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Sanctioned Agility Trials

February 8-10, 2013 (titling plus tournament classes)

High Goal Farm

Greenwich, NY

(1 ring inside on mats)

Our judge was Seth Dunn - THANKS!

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New Titles - CONGRATS!

Lisa Marcus and Gib - Performance Tournament Master Silver
John Marcus and Elmo - Performance Tournament Master Gold
Eileen Wilentz and Celt - Advanced Jumpers
Linda Breuning and Annie - P1 Gamblers
Chris Beck and Can-A-Soda - MAD
Kristin Van Derpool and Dart - Performance Dog 1
Kathy Chittenden and Bodie - AAD and Advanced Standard
Donna Tessitore and Kyla - P1 Pairs
John Marcus and Eve - Jumpers Champion Silver

February 2, 2013

Final confirmations have gone out.

Hello, Exhibitors!

Thank you for entering the February 8-10, 2013 USDAA Trial hosted by AgileDogs Agility Training and High Goal Farm.  This is your entry confirmation. We have a total of 126 dogs entered for 270 runs on Friday, 307 runs on Saturday and 277 runs on Sunday.   With your help things will run smoothly and our days will not be long.  We hope you will have fun this weekend. 

Please note: Please check your individual run information carefully.  You have until 6 pm on Monday, February 4th to email Trisha Stall trisha@agiledogs.net with your move ups and/or corrections.  Any changes made after that will incur a $5 charge per change.

Some important notes

Site Details:   

There are a few rules that we're asking people to follow so that we can use High Goal Farm for future trials.   The pond, barn, livestock, woods, and Cerilli house are off limits to anyone at the trial.  Anything else that is roped off is also off limits to anyone at the trial. There is a large field on the side of the agility building for exercising your dogs.   Dogs not in the warm up area or in the ring must be leashed at all times.   No smoking is allowed in the building.   No alcohol or drugs are allowed at the trial site.   Please clean up after yourself and your dog(s).  There will be garbage receptacles for dog waste, cigarette butts, and any other garbage.  Please bring water for your dogs.  Crating space is limited, so please conserve space by stacking crates if possible and by using only high occupancy x-pens.  Please be considerate of folks who will be crating their dogs in their vehicles by leaving the parking spaces adjacent to the building for them.  Thanks in advance for complying with the above requests.  In addition, please note that the building will be kept at approximately 58 degrees, so come prepared to dress in several light layers while in the building.

Check-in, Measuring, and Starting Times:

NOTE: there is no check in Thursday.  Site and building opens at 6:45 each morning.

Friday:          Check-in and measuring will be from 7:15 - 7:30 am
                     General / Judges’ briefing 7:30, 1st dog on the line immediately after walkthroughs
                      Note: Those people not entered in team who are running in jumpers later in the day may check in at the secondary check in time of 1 pm.

Saturday:       Check-in and measuring will be from 7:15 – 7:45 am 
                     General / Judges’ briefing 7:45, 1st dog on the line immediately after walkthroughs

Sunday:         Check-in and measuring will be from 7:15 – 7:30 am 
                     General / Judges’ briefing 7:30, 1st dog on the line immediately after walk throughs



Only a few copies of the run catalog will be available at the trial.  The catalog will be available for download by Wednesday evening on www.agiledogs.net


The volunteer schedule will be posted on the AgileDogs website Wednesday evening.  Thanks to all who volunteered!

All volunteers will get our undying gratitude (because you know we can’t host trials without your help!), and will also get the following perks:

*       $4 in lunch tickets good at our food vendor

*       A $2 coupon redeemable at a future trial given for each class worked

Please do not worry about conflicts between classes you’re working and classes you’re running in.  All workers will be accommodated.  You can move your dog within a class to make sure you have time to concentrate on having a successful run with your 4-footed partner! 

If you didn't sign up to work and are interested in helping, we'd love to add you to our volunteer list!  Please contact Lisa Norris, jumpinbeandogs@hotmail.com, 518-330-4447. 

FOOD: We are pleased to have Pork n Jojo’s, Eric and Joanne Lapine, as our food vendor!  They will be offering breakfast and lunch all weekend.  Volunteers will get lunch tickets good at the food vendor.

The following class, level, and height order is tentative, and subject to change if necessary.

Friday, February 8
(team to run random heights, Champion followed by Performance; other classes to run high to low, Championship followed by Performance)

Team /PV Jumpers
Team/PV Snooker
Team/PV Standard
Team/PV Gamblers
Masters Challenge / Perf. Masters Challenge
Team/PV Relay
Starters Jumpers / Advanced Jumpers / Masters Jumpers

Saturday, February 9
(low to high, performance followed by championship)

Masters Gamblers / Advanced Gamblers / Starters Gamblers
Masters Standard / Advanced Standard / Starters Standard
Masters Pairs / Advanced Pairs / Starters Pairs
Steeplechase / PSJ Round 1
Steeplechase / PSJ Round 2

Sunday, February 10
(high to low, championship followed by performance)

Masters Standard / Advanced Standard / Starters Standard
Grand Prix / Performance Grand Prix Qualifier
Masters Snooker / Advanced Snooker / Starters Snooker
Masters Jumpers / Advanced Jumpers / Starters Jumpers











68 Louse Hill Rd, Greenwich, NY

From North or South (Saratoga Springs): take Exit 14 of I-87 (Northway) and follow the signs for Rte 29, east. Go 9 miles on Rte 29 to Schuylerville. Take a right at Cumberland Farms. Go 0.3 miles to the light and take a left at the light, following Rte 29. You will pass the Washington County Fairgrounds. 2.7 miles past the fairgrounds, take a right at the Battenkill Vet Clinic onto Rte 40, south. Go 0.3 miles. Take a left onto Bulson at the Elks Club. Go 0.4 miles. Take a right onto Hegeman's Bridge Road, Go 0.2 miles and take a left onto Louse Hill Road. Go 0.2 miles and turn right up the driveway to High Goal Farm.

From South or East, alternate route: Take Route 22 North through the towns of Petersburgh and Hoosick. In Cambridge, take a left onto Route 372 West, and follow for 10 miles. Take a left on Hill Street (this is the end of Route 372, it's at a traffic light); follow for 1.4 miles (it becomes Hegeman Bridge Road). Turn left onto Louse Hill Road, follow for 0.2 miles and turn right up the driveway to High Goal Farm.

Contact information:

Trial Chairperson: Wendy Cerilli, agilitytraining@yahoo.com, 518-692-8758
Trial Secretary: Trisha Stall
, Trisha@agiledogs.net  518-331-7814