K9 Powersports in Grand Junction Colorgado has reported results for the first game of the winter 2015 series of the National Dog Agility League.
You can view those results here: NOV RESULTS.
Geoff Teare writes: “November was a doozy. Only had six players this month which was too bad as the course was a lot of fun. Once I showed them various ways to run it, everyone agreed it was easier than it looked on paper!”
A briefing for the game “Time Stands Still” is included below.
Jumping in to the League
If you have interested in jumping into League Play, the November workbook for the first game of the winter series can be downloaded HERE. We’ll be accepting results for this event through the end of the day, November 30th.
Time Stands Still
Ostensibly this is a simple follow-the-numbers game. Howwever, the game has special rules for timing. When the teeter has tipped (and is touching the floor) the time will stop. OPnce the dog leaves the ramp, time will begin again.
Note that initially time begins with the dog first dismounts the teeter.
Since time is essential to the conduct of the game, the judge should personally carry and operate a stopwatch in order to use his own judgment in measuring the dogs time to complete the course [and to what extent time stands still.]
Time Stands Still is scored Time, Plus Faults.
Questions comments & impassioned speeches to Bud Houston Houston.Bud@gmail.com. The web store is up and running. www.dogagility.org/newstore. You’ll find in the web store The Book of Agility Games, an invaluable reference to clubs engaged in league play.