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The Border Collie Classic 2006

The First International Border Collie Classic event will be staged in Holland next year at Ackermans Outdoor Centrum, De Heense Molen, The Netherlands, a small village in the south west of the country.  It will be organised by the Border Collie Club of Nederland.

The dates are:-
  • Friday, 7 July 2006  - 1st Grade
  • Saturday, 8 July - 2nd and 3rd Grades
  • Sunday, 9 July - 2nd and 3rd Grades

There will be individual and team events.

Four internationally know judges have been confirmed including Carl de Rouck (Belgium), Adri van de Bosch (The Netherlands), Peter Kindle (Liechtenstein) and Corrie Vink (The Netherlands)

 Unfortunately the show is being held under the rules of the FCI which this means that only pedigree Border Collies can compete. The plus side is, of course, that the title 'International Agility Champion' can be gained.

The outdoor Centum has camping facilities but no electric hook up. Shower and toilets are plentiful and really good and there is catering on the site. Just about 15 minutes away by car, there are enough places to take the dogs for a good run or a swim in the evenings.

Online registration will be open from 1 March 2006.

 For more information about the BC Classic, visit the event web site.

Source: Tony Griffin and Cathy McDonald


Spain...

Ola - Venue for 2004 IFCS Championships Announced

HomeThe International Federation of Cynological Sports (IFCS) Council has decided to hold the second IFCS World Agility Championships in Valencia (Spain) in May 2004.

The events will include:-

  • Agility - standard
  • Jumping
  • Snooker
  • Gamblers
  • Power & Speed
  • Biathlon (agility-standard + jumping)
  • All around (agility-standard + jumping + snooker + gamblers)

All news about holding of the event will be placed on the IFCS website: http://www.dogsport.ru

Source: IFCS Press Service


Denmark...

Jutlandia Cup 2004

Continuing in the Danish tradition, all British agility handlers are invited to participate in next years Jutlandia Cup from 12-17 July 2004. The show includes a whole week of Agility Competition with international judges, official classes according to the FCI rules with Danish changes.

The week will be located at the Vingstedcentret, one of the most beautiful nature areas in Denmark, which is perfect for a vacation for the whole family. For instance, there is camping, hotel accommodation, indoor swimming pool, tennis, sport fishing, etc. And it's located near: Legoland, Lionpark Giveskud, Kolding hus, History of Jelling, etc.

We look forward to see you and your dog for the Agility event of the Year.

For more information about the show (in English) visit http://www.jutlandiacup.dk/english/index.html

Source: Jens Chr. Eskildsen and Wickie Jørgensen, Esbjerg, Ingo and Birgit Borchert, Kolding, Torben and Pia Grisell, Odense

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