The third club to report on the 50×50 “A” course is Team Canada (Edmonton, Alberta Canada). Team Canada has firmly taken the lead, though there are several clubs left to report. You can view those results here: StandingsJAN50x50
The top performing dog for Team Canada was a Radical Rabbit, a Malinois handled by Kirstin O’Neill. Radical Rabbit ran without faults in a time of 23.96. You can view Radical Rabbit’s run here: https://youtu.be/ZPxQwAs04PM
Jumping Into the League
Playing with the NDAL is a simple matter. We’re running three separate leagues based on the size of the working space. So, if you have a working space big enough you can participate in any or all of the three leagues.
Each of the leagues also has a flavor or level of difficulty for the courses played.
50×50 ~ Focusing on international skills: Download the scorekeeping worksheet: HERE
50×70 ~ Focusing on masters skills: Download the scorekeeping worksheet: HERE
60×90 ~ Focusing on basic to intermediate skills (more emphasis on flow): Download the scorekeeping worksheet: HERE
The series will run for three months. The course maps for each are contained in the scorekeeping worksheets.
Dogs must be registered with the National Dog Agility League. For now, the franchise clubs keep the fee or pass it along as a perk to your league players. You can download the registration form HERE.
All courses in the first series will be conducted under Top Dog Agility Players rules for performance. The Top Dog Rules and Regulations can be downloaded HERE.
Questions comments & impassioned speeches to Bud Houston Houston.Bud@gmail.com. The web store is up and running. www.dogagility.org/newstore. You’ll find in the web store The Book of Agility Games, an invaluable reference to clubs engaged in league play.