News from the GSDL WB...
- Judging News
July 2013 saw our very own GSDL WDG SV approved judge Jim Jackson judging the tracking at the Open Czech Championships.
We are also pleased to announce that GSDL WDG SV approved judge Henriette Bohnstedt has been invited by the WUSV to judge tracking at the 2014 Universal Sieger which is to be held in Slovakia.
- Qualifiers 2014
Any club interested in holding a qualifier please let us know! Please contact the Events Co ordinator. Following a recent decision by the GSDL WDG EC there will be funding available towards expenses of £750.00 to the host club.
A rule change has recently been agreed and now IPO2 qualified dogs will be able to enter the GSDL WDG Qualifiers to take their IPO3 qualification. However, this rule does not extend to the Joint Selection Trial or GSDL WDG National Championships.
- FCI IPO Wch 2013
Well done to the GSDL WDG team representing Great Britain at this event in the Czech Republic. The team consisted of Nick Warman with Von Graf Nabal, Bryan Van Daal with Argonne Drago, and David John with Argonne Enzo.
- WUSV 2013
Congratulations to Alan Wood with Hero vom Luberg representing Team GB, on qualifying at this years WUSV Championships held in Philadelphia, USA. A special mention must also be made to fellow GSDL WDG member, representing Team Ireland, Paul Flanagan with Sepp von Haus Silma on not only qualifying but achieving 3rd Place at this prestigious competition!
- GSDL WB National championships 2013
Congratulations to Nick Warman with Von Graf Nabal on winning this years GSDL WDG National Championships. Congratulations also to Bryan Van Daal with Argonne Drago in 2nd Place and David John with Argonne Enzo 3rd Place.
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2013 Helper Licensing Event
North Shropshire Dog Sport Club Training Day.
North Shropshire Dog Sport Club would like to thank everyone who supported the event.
The day went really well, £750 was raised for the Childhood Eye Cancer Trust.
Updated Competitor & Club Tables.