Past few days have been crazy!

We had a fab time at agility trials running courses set and judged by Lee Gibson! Romeo did just what he needed to do to move up to the next level for the UKI International Program with a 1st Q in Agility – no more no less! Good enough for a semi-retired agility dog! Juliet did fantastic and ran the Masters Agility Heat clean! So very happy with her performance. She popped out of the weaves at the Jumping Heat and lost some time, but sometimes you win, sometimes you learn! Now I know what I need to work on! Even so, she accumulated the least points for both heats across the board and is now a UKI Masters Champion! (Does this mean she gets to add MA after her name now?) With this (and her results from other trials this year), Juliet has qualified for the Singapore team for World Agility Open 2016, both pentathlon and biathlon events. Woot!! What a great opportunity it was also, to learn from someone so experienced at both the #leegibsonagility Handling Workshop and Judging & Course Design Training on the days following trials (made a new Polish agility friend too and maybe helped to start a new winged agility shoes trend there haha)! Who has time to compete with others when it’s so much harder to compete with oneself. So much to improve on. Homework list getting longer! Photo by @furryphotos #sheltiesromeojuliet


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