I want to thank the two judges for this test, Ron Allerdice (SBCA member) and Roger Frey (NCA member). They did an excellent job and they really pulled for the entrants.
I also want to thank Myra Wallis and Pam Hathaway who were kind enough to steward for this test. When one stewards for a Draft Test you have to be willing to spend a substantial amount of time and be willing to walk a mile with the dogs.
I, again, want to thank all of the wonderful members that donated to the Working Dog Fund to make these events happen. I will send another e-mail with a copy of all the donors later.
There were three entries in the Draft Test. I have attached the catalog for this test. Two of the dogs passed and the third failed only one exercise. The dogs passing were Domino for her Excellent title and Muse for her Open title (they are shown in the attached catal og).
We had three dogs entered in the Obedience Trial, with only two being shown and one qualifying. There were two entered in Novice B and one entered in Open A. The Open A dog did not qualify and one of the Novice B dogs was absent. The remaining Novice B dog earned a score of196 points out of a possible 200 for High In Trial. She is Excalibur’s Muse, CD, DD.
There were four entered in the Rally Novice B class with two being shown. Both qualified. First place went to CH. Excalibur’s Lady Of The Lake, CD, WP, DDX, TDD (also entered in the Open A class) with a score of 100 of a possible 100 points. The second place dog was Excalibur’s Muse, CD, DD with a score of 99 of a possible 100.