Thursday, 27 September 2007

Paws in the park

We went to Paws in the Park this weekend, which I have to say was one of my favourite shows this year, the courses were interesting and set at exactly the correct level (imo), the walks out the back of the hop farm were just lovely, company was great and I cant believe the agility season is nearly over :0( this is my last camping show till next year, I cooked a really nice Tia green curry and took it with me for Friday night and Hannah Chris and I ate and sat out drinking Tequila till late, surprisingly I did not have a hang over on Saturday !! Jess ran brilliantly again getting 4th in grade 6/7 jumping on Saturday 11th in the agility, and on Sunday Chris and I won the pairs which made up for us missing the pairs final and Jess came 5th in grade 6/7 jumping on Sunday too so a very nice way to finish the weekend. Todd really enjoyed the show seeing all his pals and he just loves caravaning so I am sure that he will miss it too. Roll on next year !

Tuesday, 18 September 2007

training at rosies

Tikka went to her favourite groomers on Saturday, Lora who is Rosies daughter, and while I was waiting for the princess to have her wash cut and blow dry Rosie offered to take a video in her field of Todd doing a little training session, thanks Rosie xx

Friday, 14 September 2007

Catch Up

For the last couple of weeks we have been busy here, Jess had to pull out of the pairs final (sorry Chris!) due to injury but I am pleased to say she is back and fighting fit now, she did compete last week at Chippenham and Gillingham, on Saturday I ran her like a plonka !! was so worried that even thought the physio had told me to run her that I might in fact break her again! and on Sunday as she was still in one piece I ran her properly and she came 3rd in Grade 6 Agility, which I was over the moon with, and she is continuing to be sound now so I am very happy. Corrie for the last few shows has been very consistent since DIN she has only done one run that she hasn't got a top 10 place in so I am also very proud on her.

Todd and I have been doing lots of ground work ie. Targets and start line set ups, he is just soooooo motivated and a real pleasure to do anything with :0))

This picture was taken a few days ago when they were bailing the hay at the Mead's where I often walk my dogs, I had to laugh as I thought that it was really original to take a picture of my dogs on the top of the Hay bale, then I looked at Nancy and Andy's site and they got there 1st ha ha ha
I would like to also say Good luck to all the Obays running in the Worlds this year I will be rooting her for all of you and stuck to the computer like glue ! just love the T shirts.