AAC Trials info and RAVE TRIAL INFORMATION
To Enter: please go to www.agilityrocks.com
Previous trial RESULTS HERE Click HERE
For Running Order or specifics regarding a particular trial, please go to the specific trial event page to the right (mobile below).
Each dog must have an AAC ID card to compete. You may enter with number pending, but must run For Exhibition Only if you don’t have your dog’s card at check-in.
ID Card Application and other forms available at AAC website www.aac.ca
Payment options: Cheque or Paypal.
Make cheque payable to Rave Dog Sports and mail cheque to the Trial Secretary (see below).
Trial Secretary: (please direct all questions to:)
Allison Frame 65 Ranchview Drive Nanaimo,BC V9X 1X9 email@example.com
Veterinarian on Call: Central Island Veterinary Emergency Hospital, 6550 Metral Drive, Nanaimo, phone (250) 933-0913
All entrants are required to help at the trial. WE NEED YOU TO VOLUNTEER to make these trials run!
Check in /Measuring: Check in and measuring 45 minutes before first dog on line. Please make sure you have your dog’s AAC ID card with you. First dog on the line at 8am unless otherwise stated.
Equipment Familiarization: Equipment familiarization for starter dogs will be 30 minutes before first dog on line.
Prizes and Awards: Ribbons will be awarded for first through fourth place and for qualifying runs. Titling ribbons will also be awarded to dogs that earn a title.
Confirmation: Confirmation will be e-mailed to you the week before. If you do not receive a confirmation letter 3 days prior to the trial date or if there are errors please notify the Trial Secretary as soon as possible.
LOCATION Indoors -Beban Park Agriplex OR Outside on grass beside Centennial Building
2300 Bowen Road, Nanaimo, BC
NOTICE TO EXHIBITORS
To qualify for entry, the General Agreement must be signed and entry must be received with payment by the deadline. Please ensure that your entry is complete or the entry may be discarded.
Exhibitors, through submission of entry, acknowledge that they are familiar with AAC rules and regulations, including but not limited to the following:
This event is open to all dogs at least 18 months of age, purebred or mixed breed, except bitches in season, aggressive dogs, or dogs suffering from any deformity, injury or illness which may affect the dog’s physical or mental performance.
Obstacles shall be chosen from those described in the current edition of the rules and regulations of the MC. No leads, collars, food, toys or other aids or devices shall be permitted on the course at any time. No toys or food on course during familiarization. It is expressly understood that exhibitors alone are responsible for the behavior of their dogs and/or children. Any exhibitor whose dogs and/or children create an unnecessary disturbance or repeatedly engage in unsafe or disruptive behavior may be asked to leave the show grounds and no refund of fees paid will be made. Exhibitors must keep crating and exercise areas clean. Please pick up after yourself and your dogs.
There will be no refund after the closing date for dogs that are withdrawn, with the exception of bitches in season or sick/injured dogs if we are provided with a vet’s certificate.