Final blog for 2018, what a start to this racing season for us all.
We tried a new course at Charlton Park in October, finding another blinder, with a great campaign field. We had a great attendance and it was thoroughly enjoyed by all.
We then raced in Wareham in December, an old event that is enjoyed every year – and yes this year it was wet….very wet….just to make a change!
A good attendance again, not too small, not too big!
We always have our trusty photographer on hand to take hundreds of pictures for us, always to a top notch standard. Huge thanks to Nick J
The club has grown this year welcoming some new members – all have been a fantastic addition to the club.
Our club spirit has grown and become stronger. Shown in no truer way than by our awesome junior Kai – he always runs every race with enthusiasm and the most amazing sportsmanship – we are super proud of him.
Our members have attended many events, all over the country, spreading our goodwill and spirit wherever they go.
We have lost a valued canine member of our club, the gorgeous Sam; the generosity of the people in our sport blew us away. We are going to put on a class at Wareham each year in his memory – watch this space….
We would like to thank our club sponsors, K9 Fitness Ltd - Dog Exercise, Boarding & Daycare, Exeter Canine Hydrotherapy, Paws, Play and Stay and of course Edgar Cooper – who have stepped up to the plate and sponsor our event classes providing the best food possible for our wonderful canine competitors.
Our next event is in February 2019, at Charlton Park, we are hoping to mix the 1st and 2nd course together in some way to gain the best of both worlds!
We want to take this opportunity to wish everyone, human and canine a very Merry Christmas and wish you all the best for 2019.
Merry Christmas to you all and thank you for all your had work in putting on these rallies, well done and happy new year x
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The NATBs will be keeping you up to date on their members, their dogs and events for the 2015/2016 Season. Hope you enjoy!