|Kipling got his own tailgating chair...Thank you Kinney Drugs|
for having such a pretty 'boy dog' chair on sale this week.
Teller LOVES High Goal Farm - even without air conditioning, he really loves the footing there and consistently has good runs at this venue. I think he still prefers dirt over rubber and turf, but he seems to like the crown matting over the synthetic turf. I speculate it's because he can hear his feet - but who know's what he's really thinking inside that enormous head of his!!!
Saturday we were all out of bed by 3:15am and on the road by 4am. Yeah, we're a little nuts us agility folk. That's how we roll. Teller and I started the weekend with a knocked bar in JWW - and by knocked - he crashed it, never getting lift. Not his usual careful jumping style, but it wasn't a fall and he carried on merrily. He came back strongly with a standard Q.
|Teller's 42nd QQ.|
Monday all of our stars aligned for a JWW Q in the morning and both a standard Q and a T2B leg in the afternoon. In all we left Greenwich with three standard Q's, one JWW Q, one T2B Q and 78 MACH points - a pretty good weekend for a Woo :-)