On March 25-26, Kathleen and her DeltaBluez Emma went to an ASCA trial. Emma is a very talented red and white female that Kathleen picked out when she was born. Kathleen has spent tons of time training Emma so she can reach her full potential. Emma has run in USBCHA trials in the lower classes - Ranch and Novice and has done quite well. She has also run her in AHBA trials where she rocked. So, Kathleen ran Emma in an ASCA trial. There were some tough competition with seasoned top handlers
Emma at a practice run earlier in the month. I didn't get any pixs from the trial since I didn't go.
From the same practice run. Look at her front feet up in the air!!
See how good of a walk up she has. She is very methodical in her work.
Here are the results:
March 25 - Saturday
AM Trial: 1st on started cows with a 98 out of 100, 1st on open sheep and 1st on started ducks
PM Trial: 1st on advanced sheep, 2nd on started cows and started ducks.
She ended up with High Scoring Started Dog and High Scoring Open Dog, High Scoring Advanced Dog and High Scoring Other Breed.
March 26 -Sunday
AM Trial: 1st in Advanced sheep with a 119 out of 125, 1st in started cows and 1st in open ducks.
PM Trial: 1st in Advanced sheep, 3rd in open ducks
She ended up with High scoring Advanced and Open Dog. High Scoring sheep dog, High Scoring Other breed and Most Promising Other breed.
She was a really good teammate this weekend.
What a great weekend for this handler/dog combination. We are very happy to see you did well.