BADogs is pleased to announce our 2018 AAC trial dates schedule.
June 9 & 10, 2018: A 2 day, all levels AAC trial. Judge: Patti Wilson
June 28, 2018: Thursday eve Masters Mini #1. Judge: Melanie Hart
July 11, 2018: Wednesday eve Starters/Advanced Mini trial. Judge: Brigitte Hunter
August 3, 2018: Friday evening Masters Mini #2 trial. Judge: Pierre Lalonde
September 22, 2018: Saturday afternoon AAC Games Mini trial. Judge: Craig Peters
THE PREMIUM LIST FOR MAL 2018 IS NOW AVAILABLE
MAL #1: Sunday June 24, 2018
MAL #2: Sunday July 29, 2018
MAL #3: Sunday September 2, 2018
Go to the Manitoba Agility League drop down menu and click on MAL 2018 Premium List to get the entry form.
Congratulations to Carol Taylor & JETT–recipients of the 2017 Phoenix Award at the Backyard Agility Dogs August 19 & 20th AAC Trial. And thank you to all the wonderful shelties and their handlers who participated in this annual event!
“Phoenix” (CH. OTCH Alfenloch Rio Lane Phoenix) was the first recipient of the Canadian National Agility Trial Champion title, awarded on August 26, 1990 in Manotick Ontario. Phoenix was owned and handled by Pierre Lalonde.
In loving memory and recognition of Phoenix, The Phoenix Award will be awarded annually to the Highest Scoring Shetland Sheepdog entered in a Backyard Agility Dog AAC Trial. This distinction was first presented in Cornwall, Ontario in 1997.
Congratulations to everyone who participated in MAL 2017. Here are the results:
8th place: K-Town Paws
7th Place: Pole Dancers
6th Place: Flying Turtles
5th Place: Dog Daze of Summer
4th Place: Keep Calm/Go Crazy
3rd Place: Paw Wars
2nd Place: The Crate Escape
1st Place: Tails from the Barkside: !
On behalf of all the participants of the Manitoba Agility League for 2017, Backyard Agility Dogs is pleased to make a donation of $100 to the Manitoba AAC Nationals Fund. Thank you to everyone who played this year!
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