In this episode (1:36:17)
In this podcast, we share our experience at Westminster and discuss the results as well as the courses, broadcast, method for determining the grand champion, and more.
- Note: We mentioned that this event was random draw. That is incorrect, it is first received. However, since it fills on day 1, it ends up being a random draw of the entries that are received on day 1. Competitors try to ensure their entry gets there on day 1 and so in practice, it becomes a random draw.
- For more photos and videos from the event, see Esteban’s Bad Dog Agility Goes to Westminster 2016 article.
- A statistical look at Westminster’s effect on dog agility
- Our podcast coverage of the 2nd Masters Agility Championship at Westminster
- Our podcast coverage of the 1st Masters Agility Championship at Westminster
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