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Old May 18th 04, 03:36 PM
Robin Nuttall
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Viva and I participated in our last ever NADAC trial last weekend. Viva
actually managed an Open Gamblers Q. I never thought she'd do it, it was
a tunnel out to a jump, then the teeter and another jump. The thing was
that parallel with the teeter but closer to the handler was a set of 6
weaves. Given that Viva always sucks into me and that she also sucks to
weaves I didn't think there was a chance. But she did it and got a blue
with 39 Opening points! Here's a pictu

http://www.ddgraphix.com/viva/tunnel2004lr.jpg

Viva also finished her Novice Tunnelers. Cala got a Tunnelers Q, and
missed her other Q by a second when we kind of had a confab which ended
up with her jumping on top of the tunnel instead of going into it.

Ah well, on to CPE and back to AKC this weekend.

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Old May 18th 04, 06:04 PM
Robin Nuttall
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Debbie S wrote:

I"ll be interested to hear your views on CPE. Our largest, local
NADAC/USDAA club is considering dropping at least one NADAC trial to
start up CPE.


I think it sounds like loads of fun, and everyone I've spoken to who has
done it has been very enthusiastic. I think there's a reason it's
growing so rapidly--and you're at least the 10th club representative who
has told me they are seriously considering dropping NADAC for it.

I really don't want to do USDAA because I don't want to do Performance,
nor do I want to do the 6'3" aframe and the 26" jumps. And yes, I know
that not wanting to do Performance is a personal hangup. But I feel like
I've got a fit, capable dog who is not lesser in any way, so why would I
want to move her down in class. Perhaps not logical, but there it is.
And if I can do snooker *and* Gamblers *and* all the other CPE games all
in one place that's just bonus.

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Old May 18th 04, 06:04 PM
Robin Nuttall
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Debbie S wrote:

I"ll be interested to hear your views on CPE. Our largest, local
NADAC/USDAA club is considering dropping at least one NADAC trial to
start up CPE.


I think it sounds like loads of fun, and everyone I've spoken to who has
done it has been very enthusiastic. I think there's a reason it's
growing so rapidly--and you're at least the 10th club representative who
has told me they are seriously considering dropping NADAC for it.

I really don't want to do USDAA because I don't want to do Performance,
nor do I want to do the 6'3" aframe and the 26" jumps. And yes, I know
that not wanting to do Performance is a personal hangup. But I feel like
I've got a fit, capable dog who is not lesser in any way, so why would I
want to move her down in class. Perhaps not logical, but there it is.
And if I can do snooker *and* Gamblers *and* all the other CPE games all
in one place that's just bonus.

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Old May 18th 04, 06:04 PM
Robin Nuttall
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Debbie S wrote:

I"ll be interested to hear your views on CPE. Our largest, local
NADAC/USDAA club is considering dropping at least one NADAC trial to
start up CPE.


I think it sounds like loads of fun, and everyone I've spoken to who has
done it has been very enthusiastic. I think there's a reason it's
growing so rapidly--and you're at least the 10th club representative who
has told me they are seriously considering dropping NADAC for it.

I really don't want to do USDAA because I don't want to do Performance,
nor do I want to do the 6'3" aframe and the 26" jumps. And yes, I know
that not wanting to do Performance is a personal hangup. But I feel like
I've got a fit, capable dog who is not lesser in any way, so why would I
want to move her down in class. Perhaps not logical, but there it is.
And if I can do snooker *and* Gamblers *and* all the other CPE games all
in one place that's just bonus.

 




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