50×70 Fast & Fun 2020 February Results

The second month of the Winter Series NDAL 50×70 Fast & Fun is in the books. February featured a numbered course designed by Heather Cotterman.

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A numbered course is scored Time, Plus Faults.

 

Results

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Follow this link to view individual performance by dogs and their handlers. Most of these are graced with a YouTube link:

Standings020120B50X70.pdf

 

Top Dog

Representing Agility Dream Dogs out of Albion, New York, the top scoring dog in the February 2020 50×70 Fast & Fun league was Gracie, a Border Collie handled by Gary McCarthy. Gracie and Gary finished this course with zero faults in 28.31 seconds:

 

First-Place Team

Clermont County All Breed All Stars out of Milford, Ohio earned the first-place finish in the February league. 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 30.45 seconds:

 

Second-Place Team

Finishing second in February in the 50×70 Fast & Fun league was AQ4U’s Fast & Furryous out of Brooks, Kentucky. The top scoring dog for AQ4U was Blade, a Border Collie hadled by Christina Wakefield. Blade finished second overall! Blade and Christina finished this course with zero faults in 30.09 seconds:

 

Third-Place Team

Agility Dream Dogs out of Albion, New York managed a third-place finish in the Winter series. As Agility Dream Dogs’ top scoring dog has been featured as the Top Dog for February, the second-best score for the club was Bebe, an Australian Cattle Dog handled by Michael Hughson. Bebe and Michael finished the course with zero faults in 32.09 seconds:

 

Worth Watching

The top scoring dog for Cloud Nine in Maple Grove, Minnesota was Stevee, a Sheltie handled by Karen Marquardt. Stevee and Karen finished this course with zero faults in 34.56 seconds:

 

The top scoring dog for Country Dream Agility in Waterford, Ohio was Katniss, a Mix handled by Bud Houston. Katniss and Bud finished the course with zero faults in 37.45 seconds:

 

The top scoring dog for K9 Powersports in Grand Junction, Colorado was Keiji, a Papillon handled by Geoff Teare. Keiji and Geoff finished this course with zero faults in 38.72 seconds:

 

The top scoring dog for K9 Manners & More in Broken Arrow, Oklahoma, was Pip, a Standard Poodle handled by Philip VandeVerg. Pip and Philip finished this course with zero faults in 34.48 seconds:

 

The top scoring dog for Pine Meadows DTC out of South Boardman, Michigan was Flynn, a Border Collie handled by Carrie Chase. Flynn and Carrie finished the course with 5 faults in 36.45 seconds:

 

The top scoring dog for All Breed Training Club of Akron, Ohio was Folly, a Toller handled by Cindy Fink. Folly and Cindy finished the course with zero faults in 45.27 seconds:

 

The top scoring dog for Lucky Dog Agility in Winterville, Georgia was Knox, a Border Collie handled by Brad Baxter. Knox and Brad finished with zero faults in 47.17 seconds:

 

The top scoring dog for Sport Dogs Jalisco in Guadalajara, Mexico was Dasha, a Border Collie handled by Rosa Alicia Esquivias. Dasha and Rosa Alicia finished the course with 5 faults in 40.1 seconds:

 

The top scoring dog for Matrix Dog in Westminster, Colorado was Dottie, a Danish Swedish Farmdog handled by Jennifer Giacchi. Dottie and Jennifer finished with zero faults in 37.28 seconds:

 

The top scoring dog for Rosetree DTC in Lexington, Kentucky was Bentley, an All American handled by Kristyn Kay. Bentley and Kristyn finished this course with 5 faults in 48.8 seconds:

 

March Courses

New teams are always welcome to join us for NDAL league play. You are welcome to join any of our four ongoing leagues. The March 2020 National Dog Agility League games and courses have been published here:

https://wp.me/p2Pu8l-cT

 

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Questions comments & impassioned speeches to Bud Houston Houston.Bud@gmail.com. Visit our web store: www.dogagility.org/newstore. You’ll find in the web store The Book of Agility Games, a comprehensive reference to all manner of agility games played for competition and fun around the world.

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