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Present at the AHBA weekend were Vikki Wong's Blanche, who earned an AHBA HCT
Also Lauren and Cosi, now in Scotland from America. Cosi, I understand, is a show champion over in the States. gained his Herding Capability Test under two judges.
S Huytyens' Lex, in Belgium.
A real treat to meet Chacha and Steven from Belgium again,
a happy dog working with confidence!
High light link above and left click; choose middle option... to see Australian Shepherd trialing in the U S A!
video from US Nationals... Nursery Class...
This is of Dan the Man, an AUSSIE...first one to qualify for USBCHA Finals.... and it happens to be of Elsie Rhodes breeding coming out of her Man, who was an awesome dog in his own right...
Check out this video of an aussie introduced to sheep at Raise Lodge, Cumbria, by owner , with Derek Scrimgeour.
(Highlight, left click, select middle option)
Her owner pauline Bonnet says, "Talise is a three year old aussie born in Sascahewan, Alberta, in Canada and is by WTCH Spinoff's Tray of Grit out of Caitland Twice the Spice. She is 3/4 working lines mid drive soft dog. This was her first ever proper lesson "
Rachel Cudworth's Flis
14.5.14, Fliss, on her second ever 'go' with sheep!
Show 'em your badge!
Late March, out of the round pen for Rooster and Sue!
Kanga with Mandy
and the youngster Cooper shows keen interest!
March sessions saw return of Liz Hulley with Pitch.
Began in Feb for three aussie shepherds, training in 20Lands to take pressure off land at Glebe.
L Whyman and Nolly
L Hulley's Pitch
Below, Tulip in the Uk starting out...
Tulip from ?Amsterdam
Meet Lexi, a very strong herding Aussie met in Belgium recently!
Reluctant to 'Standstill'
But we got him to in the end!
Fancy footwork Linda!
Keep back you beast
Tulip. Fourth session, more sheep, in Parrot paddock!
6 months old; very serious about the job! Gives a bit of distance too!
Tulip and Liz get into circling third session
Tulip well up for it!
Introducing Tulip... first session
Whoops! She weaseled in through a square of sheep net! Coped well, nothing awful happened!
This the more cautious approach normally used FIRST, Tulip! An introduction to a keen young puppy, about 18 weeks old.
Nolly from France