Desiree Snelleman - May 2016
Desiree Snelleman will be coming to the Field (Northridge) May 20-22 for a full three days of training.
Friday will be Course Analysis. Effective course analysis helps us to identify lines, also known as the path of the dog. We need to "respect" those lines. In this seminar you will gain a better understanding of the "ideal path of the dog" and how to read lines so that you will be better equipped to accurately and efficiently direct your dog on course. This seminar is open to students of all levels.
Saturday will be an Almost Masters session, for teams that are currently competing and continuing to train. We will be doing sequencing in this class, with a focus on handling.
Sunday (currently full, accepting wait list) will be a Masters sesion, for students who are currently competing at the Masters level in AKC or USDAA.
Each session will be from 8:30 to 5 with a lunch break. The cost is $175 per day. Auditing is $50 per day. Lunch, drinks and snacks will be provided.
To register e-mail Kate Bernstein at firstname.lastname@example.org
Desiree has made her mark on the US and World stages with her currently competing Border Collie, Pace, her retired Border Collie, Stinger, and before that, her Siberian Husky, T'ai. Nationally, Pace has won the AKC National Agility Championship twice (2013 and 2015), and USDAA Cynosport Steeplechase three times (2011, 2013, and 2015). She has competed on several international teams, including the FCI Agility World Championship, IFCS World Agility Championship, and European Open. She and Pace won the Bronze Medal at the 2014 FCI AWC, and won the large jumping at Crufts the same year.
For more about Desiree, visit her website here.