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  • 2016 Trials

    Thank you for your support !!

    The public is encouraged to attend any YABTC trial or match, however, if you are not entered, please leave your own dog at home. Viewing of any YABTC trial, match or meeting is free of charge.

    Fun Match

    Agility Trials

    March 19 and 20--at YABTC - Judge Pamela "Candy" Nettles
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    Worker Sat, Worker Sun

    June 24, 25 and 26-at The Well
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    August 20-21--at The Well - Judges Mary Mullen and Laura Kuterbach
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    October 7, 8 and 9--at YABTC
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    December 3 and 4--at The Well


    Rally/Obedience Trials

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    Watch Justi & Marlana Tice on their last run in earning their MACH. Congratulations Team!

     

     

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    ******* Agility Seminars *******

    Steve Swartz
    Handling Seminar
    Youngstown All Breed Training Club
    Saturday, April 23, and Sunday, April 24,2016


    Steve Schwarz has been training and competing in agility and flyballsince 1997. He focuses on
    helping handlers improve their communication with their dogs on course in a positive and light
    hearted manner. Steve brings an analytical approach from his engineering background to the
    study and training of agility.


    In order to stay knowledgeable about current agility training techniques, Steve trains regularly
    with top agility handlers and attends multiple dog and agility training seminarc each year. Steve
    competes in AKC, USDAA, UKI, and CPE venues and has competed in NADAC and UKC.
    Steve also writes the longest running dog agility blog:
    AgilityNerd (http://agilitynerd.com/) with regular articles and videos on agility training, handling, and course analysis.


    Saturday. April 23, AM Session: Super Skills (All Skill Levels) rhis hatf day seminar addreses
    key handling skills needed by agiliW teams of all skill levels and applies them to short sequences. Well focus on crisp,
    clear execution to provide our dogs with the critical informaUon they need. Well put crosses together on key course
    sequences containing pinwheels and serpentines. Youll leam multiple handling techniques for each and learn to apply
    appropriate handling cues to help you and your dog quickly and smoothly execute these sequences. You'll also run
    longer sequences to put all these skills to the test in challenging and fun combinations. This seminar is a great fune-up
    for novice and competition teams.


    Saturday, April 23, PM Session: Can You Handle It? (Open/Excellent Handlerc) I nar
    day seminar aimed at Open/Advanced and Excellent agility teams looking to improve their handling on cource. Steve will
    help you see handling altematives and help you choose on6 appropriate for your team. Teams will run courses and get
    detailed feedback on improving their execution. Steve encourages and challenges handlers to step out of their comfort
    zone to find clearer and faster handling for their dogs.


    Sunday, April 24, AM Session: Can You Handle It? (Excellent/Masters Handlers) a nar
    day seminar aimed at Excellent/Masters agility teams looking to improve their handling on c&rse. Steve will helfyou see
    handling altemaUves and help you choose ones appropriate for your team. Teams will run harder than competiuon level
    courses and get detailed feedba* on improving their exeantion. Steve encourages and challenges handlers to step out of
    their comfort zone to find clearer and faster handling for their dogs. In order to focus on handling and improving, all
    dogs must be proficient on all equipment; no remedial equipment training will be covered


    Sundav, April 24, PM Session:
    Preparing for AKC Premier (Masterc+ Handling) n nar
    day seminar starting with skill building for handling bact sides jump
    approaches, nrcving past obstades, and threadles.


    Once we've practiced those skills youll move on to applying them in combinations on longer drallenging sequences. we,ll
    spend tle aftemoon immersed in leaming and conquering thee fun challenges. I love helping teams be comforhble and
    confident tackling these course elements!

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    Run Thrus

    Rally:
    1st Tuesday of each month
    • $5 first run, $3 second run same dog
    • Sign in begins at 6:00
    • Runs start at 6:30
    • Contact: Mary Mignogna

     

    Conformation:
    Every Tuesday
    • Non-Members $5
      Sign in 6:00
      Runs Start at 6:00
         

    Obedience:
    2nd & 3rd & 4th Tuesday of each month

    There will be no run thrus in August 2016

    • $5 first run, $3 second run same dog
    • Sign in begins at 6:00
    • Runs start at 6:30
    • 2nd Tuesday:Utility, Open & then Novice
    • 3rd Tuesday - Beg. Novice
    • 4th Tuesday: Novice, Open & then Utility
    • Group Exercises are @ about 7:30.
    • Contact: Kim Burrier
     

    Agility:

    October 18 w/photo session