"Support our (Canadian) AAC Team Going to the World Championship in Belgium!"
(Ingelmunster - May 9-11, 2008)
Dear Agility Friend,
Are you looking for courses or tough sequences to practice? Are you organizing fun
matches and spending hours trying to find the perfect courses? Are you in charge of a
training group and want to make sure your training buddies get the most out of your
sessions by honing their skills on "real" sequences and courses? Are you an instructor
looking for new ideas for your next class?
If that's the case, you'll be happy to hear that a brand new ebook has been created as a
fundraising activity for our AAC Team going to the World Championship. More than
25 judges have generously donated official AAC courses to allow us to create this
The ebook contains more than 500 official AAC courses in all classes and levels
(Starters, Advanced and Masters: Standard, Jumpers, Snooker, Gamblers and
Get More Information at:
Thank You for Your Support!
Good information. But I use course maps from USDAA's website as well as www.agility-ch.ch/. This one has a TON of courses. The website is not in english but you can still find the courses.
I also use a lot of courses that I actually run at trials
And I have Bud Huston's workbook.
hey, its a good cause, and the course maps are invaluable...
awesome fundraiser and awesome courses..
thanks for the idea
“I am only one, but still I am one. I cannot do everything, but still I can do something; and because I cannot do everything, I will not refuse to do something that I can do.” H. Keller