The final month of the NDAL 60×90 Masters league Spring series featured a game called Time Warp.
Time Warp is a numbered sequence that includes distance challenges that will reward the dog with bonus points.
On this course the dog will earn 10 bonus points for performing #6 to#8 without fault, so long as the handler stays on the opposite side of the red containment line.
The dog will also earn 5 bonus points for performing #9 to#11 without fault, so long as the handler stays on the opposite side of the red containment line.
Time Warp is scored Time, Plus Faults, Less Bonuses.
Notice that the briefing for the game is fairly complete on the course map. This is intended to allow our leagues to prudently print out the course map for the league players. It’s good to have several eyes on the rules, the placement of equipment and other small details of the game.
Follow this link to view individual performance by dogs and their handlers. Most of these are graced with a YouTube link:
First Place Team
Clermont County All Breed All Stars in Milford, Ohio ran away with the competition in June, scoring the top seven scores. Having won all three months of the series, Clermont County wins the Spring series of the 60×90 Masters League.
The Top Dog in the 60×90, representing Clermont County was Leela, a Border Collie handled by Brenda Gilday. Leela finished the course with zero faults, earning 15 on the bonus in 36.23 seconds:
Second Place Team
Jumpin’ K-9’s out of Temecula, California placed fourth in June, but owned a substantial enough lead to hold on to second-place in the series. The top scoring dog for Jumpin’ K-9’s was Rudy, a Mini American Shepherd handled by Patsy Needham. Rudy finished the course with zero faults, earning 5 on the bonus in 43.19 seconds:
Jumpin’ K-9’s will not be competing in the Summer Series, and will likely return in October.
Third Place Team
Country Dream Agility in Waterford, Ohio tied for third-place in June, and managed to hold on to place third in the Spring series. The top scoring dog for Country Dream was Kory, a Border Collie handled by Bud Houston. Kory placed eighth overall, finishing the game with zero faults, earning 15 on the bonus in 43.3 seconds:
Fourth Place Team
POTC THUNDER PAWZ out of Brimfield, Illinois tied for third place in points with Country Dream, and finished in fourth place in the Series. The top scoring dog for Thunder Pawz was Swiper, an All American handled by Cindy Snowden. Swiper finished in ninth-place overall, finishing this game with zero faults, earning 15 on the bonus in 43.32 seconds:
Worth a Mention
K9 Manners & More out of Broken Arrow, Oklahoma did not play in June, yet held on to a fourth-place finish in the series. K9 Manners will not be playing in the Summer series and is expected to return in October.
Joining the league in June ~ K9 Powersports out of Grand Junction, Colorado, placing second in June with a strong performance. The top scoring dog for K9 Powersports was Harry, a Jack Russel Terrier handled by Dan Schultz-Ela. Harry finished this course with zero faults in 38.07 seconds:
K9 Powersports will continue in the 60×90 Masters league through the summer.
You can find the 60×90 Masters league April 2019 Results, the first month of the Spring series, here:
Find the May 2019 Results here:
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