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    DefaultAgility Results

    This weekend Boo got his 3rd and 4th MX legs, and is now up to 70 points On Saturday he also got 5th out of 45 or so in 20". Dusty got his first two OJP legs with a 1st and a 2nd and an OAP leg with a 2nd (he and a MACH3 Boxer are going through the lower levels of Preferred at the same time, so it's kind of fun to have our old 24" friends with us still ;D).

    Kelly, have you and Amber been doing Lynda's shows down in San Diego?

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    I wish all the orgs used the same codes so I'd know what you were talking about - but obviously congratulations are in order

    (how many points do you need?)


    cheers

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    Thanks Umm the MX is 10 legs in Excellent B Standard, Boo has 4 out of 10. Then the MACH is 750 points, which you get for every second under course time, and 20 double-Qs, which you get for Q in Excellent B Standard and Jumpers on the same day. Boo is still in Excellent A Jumpers (we haven't really clicked yet with the handling), so right now all he can get is points.

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    cool thanks thats helps some ... :P

    what venue is this? AKC? NAADAC?

    I'll plead being Canadian ... ;D

    in AAC we move through three levels - starters, advanced and masters...

    at each level we need various combos of standard runs and games .. snookers (I think all venues have some version of this?) gamblers (where the dog must work at a distance), team (where you have a partner that runs their own course) and jumpers (without contacts or weaves)

    there are also steeplechase classes which is one level and the purpose is to go as fast as possible - there are weaves and an aframe but the course just flies...

    I also trial a little (um three trials) in cpe but those are the only two venues that Brody is eligible for (unless I go for a ILP for havenese or something) that I can get too

    they have rocking games!

    cheers

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    Congratulations! I doubt I'll ever title in Execellent levels. My dogs are getting older, and the courses getting longer and quicker. We just barely make course time in Open. Oh well. We'll keep at it for the fun

    Hope you go on to snag that MACH.

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    Congrats!
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    Congrats..good job

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    This is AKC. The USDAA follows pretty much the same titling as AAC except that USDAA has titles for each individual game. I used to do USDAA with Dusty (now it's too high of jumps and too many runs a day), we like Snooker.

    Thanks everyone! I'm not sure whether I'll have time to "snag that MACH" with Boo. Plus he needs to learn how to keep his brain turned on through an entire Jumpers course :P

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    Yes we are still working for Lynda. We should be at all the shows but the ones they don't take vouchers at and the Ventura Shows. And congrats on Boo and Dusty, I wish we were Qing like you guys..lol.
    We will be at the following Lynda shows:

    Mar 15-16
    Mar 22-23
    April 5-6 (I will be working at the LRCSC Hunt Test)
    April 12 Inland Valley Retriever Practice (Prado)
    April 19-20
    April 25-26( I will be at the LRCSC dog show)
    May 3-4
    May 17-18
    May 23-26
    May 31-June 1
    June 7-8 (I will be at the Hunt Test at Prado (Chino))
    June 14-15
    June 21-22
    June 28-29
    July 4-6
    July 26-27
    Aug 30-Sep1
    Sep 6-7
    Sep 27-28
    Oct 25-26
    Oct 31-Nov 2
    Nov 15-16
    Nov 22-23
    Nov 28-30
    Dec 6-7
    Dec 13-14
    Dec 26-28
    Jan 1-4th 2009

    Kelly and Amber


    Quote Originally Posted by agilityretrievers

    Kelly, have you and Amber been doing Lynda's shows down in San Diego?

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    Cool, we'll see you this Sunday then ;D (and some more of those, but I tend to not plan shows until like three days before they close). You and Amber are going to be really busy!

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