News and results...
The RAS/CSJ Medium ABC Agility Stakes, jointly sponsored by RAS and CSJ, is a new National agility competition run under KC Rules for Grade 1-7 Medium agility dogs that are not Border Collies, Working Sheepdogs, or crossbreeds having 50% or more of those breeds in their make-up. In the event of dispute, the matter can be referred, with evidence, to the organiser who will investigate.
Brenda Tenten is pleased to announce the finalist for this year. The judge for the Final will be Sue White.
Letters/emails/messages will be going out to all in due course asking for confirmation that they will be attending the Final at the Hare & Hounds Autumn Show at Primrose Hill Farm, Nr Barnard Castle, Co. Durham on 22-23 September. (Schedules already available on Agilitynet Show section) with loads of Graded runs each day!
If anyone is unable to attend we will invite those placed up to 5th place from the same shows. There is also an opportunity to qualify for the Final at a Last Chance Heat on the morning of the Final at the show.
Congratulations to the finalists for 2012 as follows:-
Lansdown Agility Show - 30 June to 1 July 2012
Weimaraner Club ABC Agility Show - 16 to 17 June 2012
Keston Agility Show - 3 June 2012
Gleniffer Agility Show - 26 May 2012
Dog Vegas Agility Show - 17 March 2012
Shrewsbury Agility Show - 8 October 2011
W.B.S.D.S. & Oswestry Agility Show - 13 - 14 August 2011
West Lakeland Agility Show
Any wins/placings will stand unless the disputed dog is deemed by the organiser to be ineligible for the class, in which case the next eligible dog(s) will be promoted.
The first two dogs of each heat will qualify for the Final. The next best placed dogs at a heat will be deemed to be reserves should a qualified dog be unable to attend the Final. Reserves from heats may be invited to attend the Final up to and including the closing date of the Finals Show. After the closing date no reserves will be called even if other qualifiers have to retire/withdraw. Those dogs eligible to compete in the Final shall be the best-placed dogs in each heat which have not previously qualified.
Dogs that have already qualified for the Final may enter further heats for competition, and receive prizes for any placings. There will be a trophy for the first placed dog and for the highest placed qualified dog. (Which may be the same dog, except where the winner of the heat has already qualified.)
First published July 2012