Whio and Haze become the top dogs

Prize shared after two-day competition

2022-06-23T07:00:00.0000000Z

2022-06-23T07:00:00.0000000Z

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After a hard-fought two days of the Central Hawke’s Bay Dog Training Club Jumpers Championship Show, the top CHB dog turned out to be two . . . Kay Griffiths’ Whio, and Lynette Sayers’ Haze. The competition attracted about 150 trainers with about 300 top agility dogs from all over the country, with gogs competing at different height and skill levels — most competing over five rounds. Trainers, dogs and especially organisers were left tired but happy after the weekend’s efforts, and the club would like to thank Vet Services Waipukurau, New World Waipukurau and Palamountains My Beau animal supplements for their support. The CHB Dog Training Club is open to all dogs and trainers from beginners to competitive partnerships, with experienced instructors taking training evenings once a week. Find CHB Dog Training Club on Facebook to find out more. ■ CHB Competitors’ results: Jumpers C Charlie and Mia Thompson-Grey two 2nd’s Marshall and Jo Little 5th Ice and Penny Waldin 5th Kit and Aimee Hamlin 5th Annie and Wendy Holmes 5th Vinny and Christine Blair 3rd and two 4th’s Zoom and Susan Lorenz 1st Swag and Joanne Little 4th Bindi and Jill Payne 5th Jumpers B BJ and Susan Lorenz 2nd and 4th Whio and Kay Griffiths 1st and 2nd Willow and Edward Holmes two 3rds Haze and Lynette Sayers 1st and 2nd Belle and Wendy Holmes 5th Jumpers A Taku and Chris Ross 5th

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