If you are going to Suffolk Five Rivers and are able to help on a ring, could you let Sandra firstname.lastname@example.org know. Suffolk Five Rivers club provide a ring party at our show and could do with some reciprocal help at their show.
Our club show is fast approaching and we will be looking for as much help from club members as possible. The show can’t run without you. If you would like to get involved before or during the show, please contact Sandra.
The timetable is as follows:
Tuesday 29th August – Wednesday 30th August: show preparation (setting up fencing, camping facilities, marking pitches etc.)
Thursday 31st August: show preparation and competitors arrive (organise camping, set up rings)
Friday 1st September – Saturday 2nd September: competition (help needed to run rings and in the kitchen and marquee)
Sunday 3rd September: competition and show pack away
Monday 4th September: show pack away
If you are able to spare some time to help run the show please offer help to Sandra (Show Secretary).
It doesn’t matter if you’ve never been to a show before, other people will show you what to do.
Letchworth members who help at our show get:
One dog’s entries free
Free VIP camping or day parking near the rings
A packed lunch
Dinner on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday
Not For Competition Dogs
If you would like to come and help at the show and want to bring a dog with you who is not competing, you will need to enter your dog “Not For Competition”. Dogs must be at least 4 calendar months of age and must be registered with the Kennel Club: either on the Breed Register or the Activity Register.
Print out a Letchworth entry form (below).
Fill in your details as owner and the dog’s KC name, KC number, breed, date of birth and “NFC” in the Classes box.
Provided you have sent off the form to register your dog on the Activity Register, you can still enter your dog in the show by putting NAF (name applied for) after your dog’s name.
Sign the form and hand it in at the Secretary’s marquee at the show or to Sandra beforehand.
To register your dog on the Activity Register (for crossbreeds and pedigree dogs not on the Breed Register):
Print out and complete Form 5 – Registration of a dog on the Activity Register
The registration fee is £15
The Kennel Club will send you an Activity Registration Certificate – this will include your dog’s Activity Name (KC name) and KC number
Schedule and Entry Form
The closing date for entries is 21st July 2017. Letchworth members get free camping and one dog’s entries, on the proviso that you help out at the show.
Please hand in paper entry forms at the club. There will also be a sheet at the club for Letchworth members to give details for camping.
Thank you to those who helped on the ring at BATS on Sunday. Providing a ring party at a show is important because the arrangement is reciprocal: other clubs provide ring party at our show. If you’ve never been to a show before and want to help, other experienced members will show you what to do.
Ring Party for Wellingborough
1st – 2nd July
We are providing a ring party for Wellingborough. Please put “Letchworth DTC” in the box in the helping section of the entry form.
In order to compete at a Kennel Club agility show, your dog must be registered with the Kennel Club; either on the Breed Register if your dog is a pedigree dog, or the Activity Register if it is a crossbreed or a non-pedigree dog.
To register your dog on the Activity Register, print out and complete Form 5 (link below). The registration fee is £15. The Kennel Club will send you an Activity Registration Certificate – this will include your chosen KC Name for your dog and the dog’s KC number.
Dogs competing at Small and Medium heights must be measured prior to competing. Measuring sessions take place at most shows. You will need:
an Agility Record Book (price £1.50) – these are available at measuring sessions and can also be ordered from The Kennel Club Shop
a note of your dog’s KC name, KC number and microchip number (actual registration document is not necessary)
the measuring fee of £4
Dogs must be at least 15 months of age to be measured. If you compete at Large height it is not necessary to have the dog measured.
The heights are: Large: 650mm height hurdles for dogs measuring over 430mm at the withers. Lower Height Option (LHO) of 550mm height hurdles. Medium: 450mm height hurdles for dogs measuring over 350mm and measuring 430mm or under at the withers. LHO of 350mm height hurdles. Small: 350mm height hurdles for dogs measuring 350mm or under at the withers. LHO of 250mm height hurdles.
Letchworth vs. BATS vs. Milton Keynes vs. Wellingborough
Organised by Wellingborough DTC.
The amount raised was £837.50, which will be donated to Agility Against Cancer.
Wellingborough hosted the Inter Club Agility Match at our training venue. We finished in second place with 140 points. Wellingborough won with 149 points, BATS were third with 127 with Milton Keynes scoring 51.