August 25, 2016

Episode 141: Welcoming Novice Competitors

In this episode (18:50)

In this podcast, we chat with Liz Armstrong about the New Beginnings Agility Trial which will be held September 16-18, 2016 in Rancho Murieta, California. Sarah and Liz talk about how this trial makes the first-time novice competitor comfortable and excited about their future in the sport of dog agility.

You’ll Learn

  • How Liz went from a newcomer to an experienced competitor that is helping to organize this trial.
  • Why it’s important that novice handlers have a good experience at their first trial.
  • How organizers plan to help novice handlers at this event.
  • How the trial appeals to experienced competitors with a Sweepstakes Premier biathlon.
  • Who the judges for this AKC trial will be and why they were asked to judge.


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