Mon 13 Jan 2020, Wellingborough

Level 6: Judge - Karen Denton
  WAPBDTWAPBDTWAPBDTWAPBDP+B+DTime
WA = Wrong Alerts (4 = elimination)P = Points (articles found X 10)
B = Bonus (10 if all items found)D = DeductionsT = time (seconds)
Interior Search 1Interior Search 2Exterior SearchTotals
No of items5Time allowed300No of items4Time allowed240No of items3Time allowed210P+B-D = Points + Bonus - Deductions
WAPBDTWAPBDTWAPBDTWAPBDP+B-DTime
1Yaz Whitehall - Banjo04000.25300040100138030100970110200.25129.75535
2Caroline Bannard - Stanley14000.75300040100195030100.251431110201129638
3Helen Kennedy - Preston050101.5250140100240020012101110202.5127.5700
4Jo Crosby-Deakin - Ehren1400030003000240030100971100100110637
5Suzanne Olford - Duke050100.2527603000240020002100100100.25109.75726
6Laura Ward - Ollie0400030003000240020002400900090780

Trial Manager and Judges Reports

trial managers report – Wellingborough 13th Jan 2020

As we were only running one level today we had a very civilised time to start our level 6 trial today. We started at 10:30am – which was great for everyone to miss the morning traffic.

The weather report was not good so we planned on running the exterior search second. As it happened we were lucky with the weather and it only started raining as we were all leaving.

Karen Denton our fabulous judge for today arrived in plenty of time. We had the judges briefing and then all competitors walked the areas.

We had interior one in the bar area, no the bar was closed… Part way through this some people arrived and dropped a load of furniture in the field and then set light to it. This was near to our exterior search. So I contacted the chap who runs the venue and he came and sorted it. Ensuring the fire was put out so that we were able to continue without any problems. Each venue seems to have certain problems, but mostly they can be sorted without any undue stress. No dogs were unduly worried.

The second interior search was in the rugby club changing rooms, always good feed back from this area. Plus lots of mud!!!

Thank you to Karen Denton for being a fabulous judge. I was the scribe today. Which was great as I was able to watch all the dogs searching. Always a privilege. Thank you to all the competitors who came along today. You all kept your smiles, even though it was rather chilly.

Some great results and I really look forward to the next trial.

Trial manager Marianne

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