The second month of the NDAL 60×90 Masters league Fall series featured a numbered course designed by Bud Houston.
A numbered course is scored Time, Plus Faults.
Follow this link to view individual performance by dogs and their handlers. Most of these are graced with a YouTube link:
The Top Dog in the second month of the 60×90 Masters Fall series plays for Lucky Dog Agility in Winterville, Georgia. Traffic, a Border Collie handled by Kelly Noonan blistered the course, with zero faults in 30.21 seconds:
First Place Team
Clermont County All Breed All Stars, the team in Milford, Ohio had a convincing win in November, taking 8 of the top 10 placements.
The top scoring dog for Clermont County was Leela, a Border Collie handled by Brenda Gilday. Leela and Brenda finished this course with zero faults in 32.90 seconds:
Second Place Team
Lucky Dog Agility in Winterville, Georgia had a strong second-place finish in November, moving up to second place, from fourth, in the Fall series. As the Top Dog has already been featured, the second-best performance by Lucky Dog was Catch, a Border Collie handled by Anna Robertson. Catch finished the course with zero faults in 36.85 seconds:
Third Place Team
Jumpin’ K-9’s out of Temecula, California finished in third place for the month; but drops to fourth place for the Fall series. The top scoring dog for Jumpin’ K-9’s was Xena, an Australian Cattle Dog handled by Althea Roman. Xena and Althea finished the course with zero faults in 37.92 seconds:
Fourth Place Team
K9 Manners & More out of Broken Arrow, Oklahoma finished in fourth place for the month; and moves down to third place in the Fall series. The top scoring dog for K9 Manners was Hotch, a Border Collie handled by Frances Scriminger. Hotch and Frances finished the course with zero faults in 36.16 seconds:
The top scoring dog for POTC Thunder Pawz in Brimfield, Illinois was Nokona, a Labrador Retriever handled by Katie Middleton. Nokona finished the course with 5 faults in 39.69 seconds:
The top scoring dog for Country Dream Agility in Waterford, Ohio was Phoenix, a Border Collie handled by Bud Houston. Phoenix finished with zero faults in 39.33 seconds:
The top scoring dog for Sport Dogs Jalisco in Guadalajara, Mexico was Dasha, a Border Collie handled by Rosa Alicia Esquivias. Dasha finished with 15 faults in 38.44 seconds:
New teams are always welcome to join us for NDAL league play. You are welcome to join any of our four ongoing leagues. The December 2019 league games and courses have been published here:
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