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UPCOMING AKC AGILITY TRIAL,
February 17- 19, 2023
Plan to participate in the FFDTC Pensacola, FL,
AKC All-Breed AGILITY TRIALS
Wednesday, December 14, 2022, 6:00AM
Friday, February 3, 2023, 11:00PM
Friday February 17, 2023 Event # 2023063913
Saturday February 18, 2023 Event # 2023063914
Sunday February 19, 2023 Event # 2023063915
ENTRY FEES PER DAY
First entry of each dog (includes a $3.50 AKC recording fee)………… $25
Each additional run of same dog (includes a $3.00 AKC recording fee)………$12
Mail entry forms and fees to: Tami Grinstead, Trial Secretary,
5792 Pebble Ridge Dr. Milton, FL 32583.
Please make checks payable to FFDTC.
Express mail entries must include the signature waiver allowing them to be left at the secretary’s address. Inquiries may be directed to Tami Grinstead at TsYorkieLand@gmail.com . No entry shall be made and no entry shall be accepted which specifies any conditions as to its acceptance.
Illegible entries will not be processed and will be returned to the exhibitor. Returned checks do not constitute a valid entry and the Trial Secretary will add a collection fee of $25 to the amount of each returned check. EMAIL: If you have a spam blocker on your email account, please configure it to accept email from the trial secretary – TsYorkieLand@gmail.com. An initial confirmation receipt and a final confirmation will be sent to you from this email account.
Trial held at the
Escambia County Equestrian Center
7750 Mobile Highway
Pensacola FL 32526
SHOW HOURS – Fri: 9:00am – 5:00pm
Sat/Sun: 7:00am – 5:00pm
Trial will be held on hard packed dirt in a Covered Arena
Two Rings – Size 100’ X 100’ & 100’ X 100’ – One Judge
DOG ELIGIBLE TO ENTER
All dogs fifteen (15) months of age or older that are registered with the American Kennel Club or that have AKC Limited Registration, Purebred Alternative
Listing/Indefinite Listing Privileges (PAL/ILP) or an AKC Canine Partners listing
number, or approved Foundation Stock Service (FSS) breeds are eligible to
participate. Dogs disfigured as the result of accident or injury but otherwise
qualified shall be eligible provided that the disfigurement does not interfere with functional movement. Dogs should be physically sound. Dogs that are blind shall not be eligible. Blind means without useful vision. No dog shall compete if it is
taped or bandaged or in any way has anything attached to it for medical
purposes. Deaf dogs are eligible to participate. Females in season shall not be
eligible to participate. Entry fees for females in season must be refunded per
Chapter 1, Section 9. The State of Florida requires proof of rabies vaccination
COURSE WALK-THROUGHS AND WARM-UP INFORMATION
Handlers in all classes are permitted to walk the course, without a dog, prior to the start of the class, following the judges briefing. The walk-through allows handlers to plan their strategy for running the course. The walk-through is restricted to handlers entered in that class. A warm-up area consisting of one regulation agility jump shall be provided for all exhibitors. Exhibitors may not use the warm-up
areas to relieve their dogs.
RIBBONS, AWARDS, AND PRIZES
Rosettes will be awarded for 1st through 4th place qualifying dogs in each jump height in each class. Qualifying Ribbons will be awarded to all dogs receiving a qualifying score. In addition, each entered dog will receive a prize or toy to be determined by the Trial committee. The Club also gives “New Title” Rosettes, “AGCH”, “MACH”,&“PACH” Bars & Rosettes and Double & Triple Q Ribbons. All exhibitors should obtain a copy of the Regulations for Agility Trials by downloading them from the American Kennel Club website at
Please consult the AKC Regulations for Agility Trials for a complete description and eligibility for entry into these classes. The exhibitor is fully responsible for entering the dog in the correct class(es)/height divisions. Dogs running in a lower height division than they are eligible for will be eliminated.
VETERINARIAN ON CALL (OR IN ATTENDANCE)
Veterinarian Emergency Referral Center,
4800 N. Davis Hwy, Pensacola, FL
Please see map to the Emergency Vet posted on the “Grey Building”.
Exhibitors should follow their veterinarian’s recommendations to assure their dogs are free of internal and external parasites, any communicable diseases, and have appropriate vaccinations.
EMERGENCY SERVICES Fire/Ambulance/Police 911
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