These are the chronicles of two Shetland Sheepdogs and their adventures in rally-o, obedience, flyball, agility, tracking and therapy dog work.
Also including information on raw feeding, canine epilepsy, positive training, and lots and lots of Sheltie hair!

Friday, May 1, 2009

HCKOC Rally-O Trial - Day 1

Today was day 1 of the HCKOC Rally-O trials. There were conformation trials happening as well, but I didn't catch any of that as I was tied up in the Rally ring.

The boys totally rocked it today, cleaned up! I had Gio and Romeo entered in two Advanced B Rally trials each. Trial 1, they tied for High in Class with a score of 97/100. Gio was faster than Romeo by 5 seconds, so took the ribbon. Trial 2, they tied for High in Class with a score of 98/100, this time Gio was faster than Romeo by only 1.5 seconds so he took the ribbon there as well. Four great runs by the boys, each earning two legs towards their CKC Rally Advanced titles. There is one more trial tomorrow morning and I have both entered again. Could possibly finish their Advanced titles tomorrow. YIPPEE!


Anonymous said...

Way to go guys, there has never been any doubt in my mind, that they would rock. way to go guys, (and you to Dayna, as you are their teacher and an excellant one at that).

Lots of bum scratches and hugs

Winterdark said...

Hey, sounds like you guys are having great adventures! I gave you an award on Thursday, enjoy it!



Aroo, aroo, these shelties rock. Way to go guys, we are so proud of you.

Essex & Deacon

Nat said...

Congrats on your great day!! 97 and 98/100, that's awesome!


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