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2019 Champs General Discussion / Re: Entry and Reservations opening tonight
« Last post by Ditz on March 15, 2019, 06:15:40 AM »
I am filling out the entry for my 9 year old dog and I am a 69 year old woman.  Do I enter as a veteran dog or a veteran handler?  I don't seem to be able to be both!  Thanks!
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2019 Champs General Discussion / Stakes team
« Last post by AndreaEntin on March 15, 2019, 03:19:48 AM »
Hey Chris

How will Stakes teams be working this year?
Do your teammates need to be in the same team division?

Thanks Andrea
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2019 Champs General Discussion / Re: Entry and Reservations opening tonight
« Last post by TeamHeavyMetal on March 14, 2019, 08:30:37 PM »
Thank you for that. So for my Open dog, I can pay the $300 (assuming he qualifies) and run Thursday - Sunday and potentially qualify for a "Finals" for Pre Elite also that runs on Sunday?
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2019 Champs General Discussion / Re: Entry and Reservations opening tonight
« Last post by Chris Nelson on March 14, 2019, 07:21:01 PM »
For gamblers you can definitely use it as training if things donít go to plan!

And since you can make up your own course itís a nice way to get connected and work on skills that you want to fine tune before the main event :)


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2019 Champs General Discussion / Re: Entry and Reservations opening tonight
« Last post by Marcy Matties on March 14, 2019, 07:14:50 PM »
Regarding the entry, I am a complete newby and have a question. If I am going for Pre-Elite qualification and dont qualify, do I get my money returned? Also, what does the $300 entry fee cover? Just running classes? And do I need to pay the $300 fee AND the $125 fee to run? Any help would be great. Sorry for all the questions.

The $125 is for the Pre-Trial runs.  They are on Tuesday and Wednesday - before the Champs runs start on Thursday.  Some people come a couple of days early and enter those runs.  They are just like a regular trial - 6 runs a day.  Some people don't come as early and don't do those runs.  It's just what you choose to do depending on when you choose to get there.
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2019 Champs General Discussion / Re: Entry and Reservations opening tonight
« Last post by Ed and Dino on March 14, 2019, 07:13:21 PM »
So I see Pre-trial and Side runs have a number of Gamblers runs.

I know Gambler's is a strategy type game but having never done it, and not expecting to see it until later in 2019 I have general question.

With Chances if you have an issue with the distance then you can always just cross the line and run the numbered course as an E run.

With Gamblers if you enter this game and realize you have no idea what your doing can you make up your own course and have an E run as long as you get off the course in less than 70 second maximum.

If I sign up for Gamblers, I want to think I can get some benefit from it even if I stink at the actual point (and points) of the game.

I'll have a Novice green dog and like to give him a few runs but not sure Gamblers fits forh novice Gamblers handler with a novice (green and young) dog.
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2019 Champs General Discussion / Re: Entry and Reservations opening tonight
« Last post by Chris Nelson on March 14, 2019, 06:45:23 PM »
Regarding the entry, I am a complete newby and have a question. If I am going for Pre-Elite qualification and dont qualify, do I get my money returned? Also, what does the $300 entry fee cover? Just running classes? And do I need to pay the $300 fee AND the $125 fee to run? Any help would be great. Sorry for all the questions.

So the main event is Thursday through Sunday.   This is the main competition and that is what the $300 entry is for.   Everything else is just extra that you don't need to do if you don't want :)

If you enter and can't make it, whether because you can't qualify or any other reason we offer full refunds up until August 15th.   After that you'll get progressively less and less the closer it gets to the event.



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2019 Champs General Discussion / Re: Entry and Reservations opening tonight
« Last post by TeamHeavyMetal on March 14, 2019, 06:38:44 PM »
Regarding the entry, I am a complete newby and have a question. If I am going for Pre-Elite qualification and dont qualify, do I get my money returned? Also, what does the $300 entry fee cover? Just running classes? And do I need to pay the $300 fee AND the $125 fee to run? Any help would be great. Sorry for all the questions.
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Trials / Re: Play~Bow April Trial OPEN
« Last post by giddyup on March 14, 2019, 02:38:37 PM »
Looking forward to it!!  Always a fun trial and a beautiful trial site!  (And I believe my friend - new to Play Bow - signed up too! 😀
Jill & Hopper & Tango
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General Discussion / 2019 Championships Logo Design Competition
« Last post by Chris Nelson on March 14, 2019, 09:38:46 AM »
Contest time yet again!

We do a contest each year for the logo for Championships.

The rules are:
1) No more than 7 colors can be used
2) It should look good on a purple background
3) Any obstacles shown should be NADAC obstacles, so no chutes or tires :)

The winner will receive $750.

All submissions must be sent to Support@nadac.com
The cutoff date for submissions is April 14th at Midnight, Eastern time.

We will then create a voting page and let the community vote for their favorite designs and a winner will be announced on April 20th!

Please note that in order to vote this year you are required to have a NADAC dog registration number, in order to ensure you are an active member of the community :)

Please share to your creative friends and family.
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