Parkes dogs perform well at ACT CDC Easter Agility Dog Trials

The members of the Parkes and District Kennel Club travelled to Canberra on the Easter weekend and achieved great success at the ACT CDC Easter Agility Trial.

There were 17 qualifications achieved among the competitors.

A qualification is achieved when a dog completes a course without any faults and is under the set course time.

This was a fantastic achievement for the Parkes club with all members celebrating each other's results.

Denise Gersbach

Following are the results from the trial:

Zoe Blank

Bessie (Kelpie), Qualification Novice Jumping 500 height.

Sharon Jeffries

Leilani (Pug), Qualification and 1st place Novice Agility 200 height.

Qualification and 1st place Excellent Jumping 200 height.

Denise Gersbach

Vesper (Border Terrier), Qualification and 1st place Novice Jumping 300 height.

Qualification Novice Snooker.

Pinky (Border Terrier), Qualification Novice Snooker.

Fiona Watts

Indie (Border Collie), Qualification Novice Snooker, Novice title and 7th over all heights.

Qualification and 3rd place Novice Pairs.

Willow (Border Collie), Qualification Excellent Snooker and 6th over all heights.

Qualification and 1st place Excellent Jumping 500 height.

Qualification and 3rd place Excellent Agility 500 height.

Lynn Madden

Stormy (Border Collie), Qualification and 3rd place Novice Pairs.

Qualification and Title Excellent Jumping 500 height

Rain (Border Collie), Qualification and 2nd place Novice Agility 500 height.

Qualification and 3rd place Excellent Jumping 500 height.

Qualification and Title Excellent Jumping 500 height.

Qualification and 1st place all heights and title Novice Pairs.

"This was a fantastic achievement for the Parkes club with all members celebrating each other's results," club member Denise Gersbach said.

This trial was a great lead up for the Parkes Trial which will be held on April 17-18.

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