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If I wanted to enter a Rally trial how do you know what includes rally. This is probably a really stupid question. I went to the SCDOC calendar of events and I really couldn't tell if they were having rally or not. There is the So. Calif. Lab event at the end of April, but I think that one would be a litte daunting for my first outing. So I was looking for something a little less intimidating that was around the early May timeframe. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
 

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Never mind - I figured out if I went to the AKC site it was easier to find a Rally Event. Quite a few in the summer that aren't too far away. I think I'm going to talk to the trainer I'm using right now and get her input just so I feel a little more confident and then I'll sign up for one. If I sign up I'm more likely to focus on training better.
 

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There are a few shows coming up that are breed only or group only shows if on the event search page you click on the button that says rally-obed-agility then it will show the shows and breeds allowed. Hopefully i will see you at whatever show you enter in as I am getting ready to enter rally excellent. Also A really hugr show to go to even if you don't enter is the mission circut. it is held over 4 days at the pomona fairgrounds. It is held I believe at the begining of june or may and is a great show to goto even if you only watch because they have rally agility obedience and huge confirmation.

Kelly and Amber
 

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You might want to look for some local matches to test the waters first before plunking down $25/day to show. ;)
 

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Thanks for the info. The club I'm taking lessons from has a show-n-go?? monthly. Thought I'd see if I can attend that as a start. I just found out that the director of the club is in my Monday night class so I may ask her if I can attend and also to see if they have any matches.
 

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I think you should give it a try at the LRCSC's specialty! The place is small, the event is pretty small, it's easy to get around...which might make it less daunting. I hate going to shows at big places because then I have to worry about finding the right place...

The specialty at Featherly is a great place to go! And keep in mind that they'll have a match in October too.
 
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