We have had some stunning frosts this winter, tops of the trees and tiny rainbows in the ice. Very enjoyable viewed from the warmth of the car, a bit more challenging when working or walking the dogs.
Carol, Lelia and Maz.
Carol and Maz ran the most successful canteen we have ever had at our Trial. Amazing effort. Rave reviews from the Trialers and the Public. They have set the bar high for next year.
Another great day at Sheepdog Training. Great opportunity to get some real practice for the young dogs at balancing and coming away from the stock. With a group of ugly mismatched dorpers as our training sheep there where plenty of challenges for the older dogs.
Our next training day is Saturday 8 July. We are hoping for a good roll up for our 8.30am start. A catch up on the trial and any suggestions and handy hints. Plus some excellent training. Let Linda know if you will be coming.
First: Mick Hudson - HGH Meg 185.5
Second: Paul Darmody - Longs Moon 178
Third: Tony Elliott - Windeyer Hent 177
Fourth: Mick Hudson - Ritchies Finn 173.5
Fifth: Mick Hudson - Perangery Marg 169.5
Sixth: Mick Hudson - MGH Jess 145.5
Seventh: Mick Hudson - MGH Jana 129
First: Tony Elliott - Gundagai Happy 86.5
Second: Charlie Cover - Windeyer Adios 75.5
Third: Karen Edwards - Windeyer Mystic Mirk 74.5
Fourth: Tony Elliott - Gundagai Nimbo River 68.5
Fifth: Carol Trainor - MGH Flight 67
First: Tony Elliott - OK George 167.5
Second: Leigh Foster - Me Mate Shirley 144.5
Third: Eileen Moriarty - Oakdean Lillie 109
Fouth: Colin Cosh - Coshies Goldie 103.5
First: Sarah Sydrych - Brands Hatch Murphy 77
Second: Lauren Vest - Sugar 69
Third: Sarah Sydrych - Wattleview Pip 66.5
Fourth: Bill Chalmers - Bashfords Tom II 28
Our Sheepdog club is for working sheepdog breeds and hold regular training days to assist people with training their dogs. We also organise and run the Trans Tasman Trial at Bungendore.