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MAC November 7 & 8 Trial – Cancelled
November 7, 2020 @ 8:00 am - November 8, 2020 @ 5:00 pm
Judge: Christine Mandy from Kingston, Ontario
3 Master Standard, 2 Advanced & Starter Standard
1 Gambles – All Levels
1 Jumpers – All Levels
1 Snooker – All Levels
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I am grateful for the opportunity to have one of the best seats in the house at this November’s MAC trial. I look forward to all the fun we will have both on and off the agility field. For those of you who don’t know me…my agility journey began in 2001 with my first Chesapeake Bay Retriever (CBR), Chance. In 2004, I co-founded my own agility club, The Agility Connection (TAC) in Kingston, ON. My judging experience began by designing and judging courses for TAC’s fun-matches. I officially became a Starter/Advanced judge in July 2010 and a Masters judge in November 2014. Since then I have had the privilege of judging the 2016 Montreal Nationals, 2018 & 2019 BC/Yukon Regionals. As well adjudging this year’s Calgary Nationals, I am honoured to be judging Ontario West, BC/Yukon and Quebec Regionals. Judging has been very good to me. I have been to places I would have never been and met some of the most amazing people and teams. To say I have thoroughly enjoyed judging from one coast of this beautiful country to the other is an understatement.
Since entering the world of agility, I have trained and competed with 6 CBR and two All Canadians. I am currently competing at the Starter/Advanced levels with Livy (my daughter’s hand raised BC cross) and Fayth (aka Fluffy Bear) an All Canadian who found her way into my home and heart in March 2015. I am currently training my third All Canadian, Zoom, a foster failure, sweetheart from a reserve in Northern Quebec and my seventh CBR, Worthy. I also enjoy training and competing in CARO and have dabbled in Dock Dogs and Nose Work. I am passionate about the welfare of dogs less fortunate than our own, having organized many successful fundraisers and volunteering for numerous dog-related charities, including the emergency shelter for Humane Society International (HSI) in Quebec. Since finding my passion for rescue, I have been privileged to welcome approximately forty dogs into my home for stays from anywhere from one night, to nineteen months, to forever. I currently share my heart and home with Fayth, Zoom, Worthy and Mabel the Cat.
May you all enjoy your trialing experience as much as i know I will enjoy sharing the time with you and your beloved partners.