Three Ridings Labrador Club.
Working Test Schedule 2021
The club has traditionally published on our website a guide as to how our Working Tests are run.
As we progress forward to living alongside Covid we have removed this guide and advise all members of our actions for 2021. We all hope for a return to normality in the future.
It is fundamental that all members read our Covid 19 Prevention Protocol because all our events will be run under these conditions until further notice.
To view the Protocol click here
If events are oversubscribed there will be a draw by FTMS and entrants will be notified by phone. The club prefers entries by FTMS but will accept them by e mail to firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone to Alan Lord 01765 620 421. Please do not make payment until your run is confirmed and then do so by FTMS or PayPal details will be circulated with confirmation of place. Entry fees must be paid before the event and if not the run will be offered to a reserve.
The following Working Tests will be run, entry forms are available on the website or by phoning Alan Lord, 01765 620 421 when they will be sent by surface mail.
May 23rd. Novice 20 dog maximum at Studley Royal Ripon. 09.00 at HG4 3DY Entries close May 12th To download an entry form click here
June 6th. Aske Hall DL10 5HJ. Entries close 27 May. 20 dog Novice, Start 09.00. All novice dogs and handlers to leave the site by 12.30. 20 Dog Open. Start 13.30. Open to be run on cold game(Partridges) To download an entry form click here
July 18th Rosedale. Meet at the Lion Pub. YO62 7QL. Entries close July 8th. 20 dog Novice, start 09.00. All Novice dogs and handlers to leave the site by 12.30. 20 dog Open, meet at the Lion Pub 12.30 for a 13.30 start To download an entry form click here
August 22nd Escrick YO19 4RP. Entries close August 12th. 20 dog Novice, start 09.00 Meets at John Jewitts Barn, all dogs and competitors to leave the site by 12.30. 20 Dog Open meet 13.00 for a 13.30 start To download an entry form click here
The club has considered Kennel Club and North Yorkshire Police advice before making these arrangements to ensure compliance, and to give as many members as possible the opportunity to run. If, in the future, Government Guidance changes and no longer restricts numbers we will accept all entries and very much look forward to doing so!
Handlers may enter more than one dog but must indicate first dog preference to facilitate giving all members a chance to run and maximising places.
Events will be run as static safari but may include walk up.
The club expects all members to act in the best traditions of sportsmanship, and with due courtesy to our hosts and judges.
All clubs need help on the day especially with dummy throwers. If you can help, even if you are entered but can throw for the other open/novice class, please contact Alan Lord.