The first month of the NDAL 60×90 Masters league Winter series featured a numbered course designed by Geoff Teare.
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 first month of the 60×90 Masters Winter series plays for Clermont County All Breed All Stars. Meherah, a Border Collie handled by Daelyn Grome finished the January course with zero faults in 28.79 seconds:
First Place Team
Clermont County All Breed All Stars, the team in Milford, Ohio won in convincing fashion in January, taking 7 of the top 10 placements.
As the top scoring dog for Clermont County has already been accounted for, the second place Clermont County dog, and second place overall was Leela, a Border Collie handled by Brenda Gilday. Leela and Brenda finished this course with zero faults in 32.03 seconds:
Second Place Team
Jumpin’ K-9’s out of Temecula, California finished in second place in JanuaryThe 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 35 seconds flat:
Third Place Team
K9 Manners & More out of Broken Arrow, Oklahoma had a strong showing in December, and finished third in the first month of the Winter series. Zuko, a Shetland Sheepdog handled by Christina Hatchett finished the course with zero faults in 37.9 seconds:
The top scoring dog for Country Dream Agility in Waterford, Ohio was Phoenix, a Border Collie handled by Bud Houston. Phoenix and Bud finished with zero faults in 36.77 seconds:
The top scoring dog for Lucky Dog Agility in Winterville, was Knox, a Border Collie handled by Brad Baxter. Knox and Brad finished this course with zero faults in 39.31 seconds:
POTC Thunder Pawz in Brimfield, Illinois was Swiper, an All American handled by Cindy Snowden. Swiper and Cindy finished the course with zero faults in 37.08 seconds:
The top scoring dog for Sport Dogs Jalisco in Guadalajara, Mexico was Harry, a Parson Russell Terrier handled by Omar Alarcón. Harry and Omar finished the course with 5 faults in 46.34 seconds:
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