The second month of the Summer Series NDAL 50×70 Fast & Fun featured a numbered course.
A numbered course is scored Time, Plus Faults.
Four clubs that compete in this league have opted to sit out the oppressive summer heat. This leaves the league with 13 teams to contend for the Summer Series.
Follow this link to view individual performance by dogs and their handlers. Most of these are graced with a YouTube link:
Representing Sport Dogs Jalisco out of Guadalajara, Mexico, the top scoring dog in the August 2019 50×70 Fast & Fun league was Scarlett, a Border Collie handled by Gabriela Orozco. Scarlett and Gabriela finished this course with zero faultsin 28.73 seconds:
First Place Team
Sport Dogs Jalisco out of Guadalajara, Mexico finished in first place in August by a slim 30-point margin. This performance moves Sport Dogs from third-place into second-place for the Summer series.
As we’ve already featured Sport Dogs top scoring dog as the league Top Dog, we will share Sport Dogs #2 performance, finishing in fourth-place overall: Twister, a Border Collie handled by Gabriela Orozco finished this course with zero faults in 30.85 seconds:
Second Place Team
Clermont County All Breed All Stars in Milford, Ohio placed second in August. Clermont County holds on to first place in the Summer series, going into the final month of competition 29 points ahead of the second-place team.
The top scoring dog for Clermont County was Meherah, a Border Collie handled by Daelyn Grome. Meherah and Daelyn finished this course with zero faults in 29.06 seconds:
Meherah finished in second-place among all dogs in August.
Third Place Team
Agility Dream Dogs out of Albion, New York finished in third-place in August with a strong performance. In the Summer series Agility Dream Dogs moves from sixth place to fifth place.
The top scoring dog for Agility Dream Dogs was Chase, a Sheltie handled by Lydia Hofmann. Chase and Lydia finished the course with zero faults in 32.86 seconds:
AQ4U’s Fast & Furryous in Brooks, Kentucky finished in fourth-place in August, but managed to hold on to third-place in the Summer series. They are about 60 points out of first place and are technically in shooting distance of a win for the series.
The top scoring dog for Fast & Furryous was Blade, a Border Collie handled by Brian Wakefield. Blade and Brian finished in third place overall in August, and finished this course with zero faults in 29.63 seconds:
You can find the 50×70 Fast & Fun league July 2019 results, the first month of the Summer series, here:
NDAL games and courses for September, the final month of the Summer series, have been published here:
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