This post is for the results of the 50×70 Fast & Fun League. Four clubs have reported results for this League. This month we are pleased to welcome back Dog Sports Jalisco! Lots of teams ran this month.
The December 2021 36×85 Fast & Fun league is a numbered course based on a course concept by Kayla Hartlage. Kayla was kind enough to send in a 60×90 Jumpers course that had some Premiere style elements. Kayla designed her course on paper and sent it in to me. I kept most of her challenges in there but obviously had to adjust for distances and such. THANKS, KAYLA!
If you would like to design courses for the league or learn how to design courses, give me a shout. I will add you to our group.
The efforts of dogs playing in December earn Lifetime Performance Points (LPP) based on the entire field of dogs who have competed on the course. The LPP is a measure of rank based on how they placed in relation to all the other dogs.
50×70 Fast and Fun December 2021 Results
The December 2021 50×70 Fast & Fun league is a numbered course based on a design by Kayla Hartlage. A Numbered Course is scored Time, Plus Faults.
Follow the links below to view individual performances by dogs and their handlers. Most of these are graced with a YouTube link:
The Top Dog of all the clubs reporting in December is TBC Gracie from Agility Dream Dogs out of Albion, New York. Gracie, a Border Collie handled by Gary McCarthy, nabbed the Top Dog spot for the month. They finished this course with zero faults in 21.13 seconds.
First-Place Team – LPP 436
The first-place team in December was Dirty Dogs Agility out of Parker, Colorado. The top The first-place team in December is Agility Dream Dogs out of Albion, New York. The top scoring dog was Gracie, Border Collie handled by Gary McCarthy. They finished this course with zero faults in 21.13 seconds.
Second-Place Team – LPP 377
K9cation out of Hudson, Colorado was our second-place team. Jasper, a Chocolate Labrador Retriever handled by Shana Goodwin was on top once again. They finished the course with zero faults in 21.81 seconds.
Third-Place Team – LPP 363
AQ4U’s Fast & Furryous out of Brooks, Kentucky was our third-place team. Ace, a Border Collie handled by Brian Wakefield, snagged the top spot finishing the course with zero faults in 24.66 seconds. Hmm, Peak wasn’t there…
Fourth-Place Team – LPP 317
K9 Powersports was our fourth-place team. Keiji the Papillon handled by Geoff Teare snaked past Trebuchet this month. They finished the course with zero faults in 24.82 seconds
Fifth-Place Team – LPP 305
The All Breed Training Club of Akron in Tallmadge, Ohio was our fifth-place team. Savvy, Nova Scotia Duck Tolling Retriever, and Cindy Fink are at it again and took the top spot. They completed the course with zero faults in 25.00 seconds.
Sixth-Place Team – 241 LPP
Jumping C Crew took sixth place. Alaska, an Australian Stumpy Tail, knocked Ruby off the pedestal nosing in with zero faults in 23.62 seconds. Alaska is handled by Liz Clements.
Seventh-Place Team – 231 LPP
PAWS4FUN from Ontario, Canada took seventhth place. Dune, a Labrador Retriever, came out on top again. Handled by Catherine Woolham, Dune finished the course with zero faults in 27.94 seconds.
Eighth-Place Team – 152 LPP
Sport Dogs Jalisco from Jalisco, Mexico rejoined the league taking eighth place. Tejiono, an All American handled by Guadalupe Espinoza, took the top seat. They finished the course with five faults in 28.1 seconds.
Spotlight Dog of the Month
Our spotlight dog of the month is Balú, a Miniature Schnauzer handled by Maria Elena Perez. They hail from Sport Dogs Jalisco in Mexico. They completed the course with 0 faults in 33.73 seconds. They took third place within their team.
January 2022 50×70 Fast & Fun League
We are starting out the year with some changes. The seasons will be four months long and be distinct units rather than a year long. We also have some rules and titles changes and are introducing easier courses for our players at the Beginner/Intermediate levels. We will also be alternating with numbered/standard style courses and games. We hope you enjoy what the league has cooked up.
New teams are always welcome to join us for IDAL play. You are welcome to join any of our ongoing leagues. The January 2022 International Dog Agility League games and courses have been published here:
Questions comments & snide remarks should be directed to Melissa Wallace at email@example.com.All payments for the IDAL should be directed to this page: https://www.ultimuttds.com/payment-processing. Bud Houston’s Book of Games is available for purchase at https://www.ultimuttds.com/product-page/houston-s-book-of-agility-games. All proceeds from the sale will go to Bud.