AGILITY RUN THRUS
OPEN TO MEMBERS, CONDITIONAL MEMBERS
THE FIRST 15 (FIFTEEN) NON MEMBERS WHO SIGN UP THE SUNDAY PRIOR TO EACH EVENT
December 7, 2019
January 4, 2020
February 1, 2020
March 7, 2020
April 4, 2020
Non members must email Chris Beck -- email@example.com. Registration begins at 9 am the Sunday before each event and remains open until the 15 dog limit has been met. The first 15 who register will then be sent the link to the pre-registration site.
Who may participate? Dogs that are competing or have competed in any agility venue, or dogs who are 12 months or older. All dogs must be capable of sequencing 12-15 obstacles while staying with their handler. All dogs must be able to perform any obstacle used (whether it was the dog's choice or the handler's choice), at full height, SAFELY.
Dogs who are noticeably unsound may NOT participate. Per AOC policy, aggressive dogs and bitches in season may NOT participate. The committee reserves the right to excuse any dog that does not meet these criteria.
Handlers who are training their first agility dog or are unclear about these rules are encouraged to talk to their AOC agility instructor or a committee member for guidance in assessing their dog’s ability.
Event start time is variable. Workers always arrive 1 hr. prior to the “first dog on the line” to assist with setup. Run order and the contact equipment used is also variable.
REFER TO THE CLUB CALENDAR and/or the YAHOO LIST for pertinent details regarding each event.
Cost for members is $5 per dog – cash or check (no coupons)
Cost for Non Members is $12 per dog - cash or check
Here is the link to the on-line registration and worker sign-up. REMEMBER, it will not become active until the Sunday prior to the event. Check back if it is not yet active. This link will close at 5 pm the Thursday before each event. DO NOT SHARE this link with Non-members…do NOT sign up for Non-Members!
REGISTRATION AND WORKER LINK:
TO VOLUNTEER TO WORK:
For Members - Drop ins will be accommodated during the registration period the morning of the event using paper registration forms. If you arrive late, you can either run without a course walk at one of the remaining jump heights OR wait until the next round. We typically do two runs.
Two nested courses – one easier, one harder – two minutes of floor time per run (use your time as you wish!)
Flat buckle collars without tags ONLY
Training aids encouraged (targets, food tubes, jackpot toys, etc.)
Crating in meeting room ONLY
All workers must pre-register to earn points. Watch the Yahoo list for details regarding sign ups.
FULL height equipment (5’6” frame, 5’ frame for 4” and 8” dogs – 12 poles (no aids).
Jump heights offered: 4, 8, 12, 16, 20, 24. You may run your dog at ANY height you choose.
Changes, cancellations and notices will be posted to the Yahoo List.
Cathy Keenan: firstname.lastname@example.org
Vanessa Manzi: email@example.com
Chris Beck: firstname.lastname@example.org
For information on the Capital District Agility Fun Group, go to their website: cdafg.com