Whangara Dog Trial Club starts club trials

TITLES TIME: The North Island and New Zealand sheep dog trials start on the Whangara Dog Trial Club's picturesque Pouawa courses on Monday morning. Around 300 competitors will take part in the week-long event and Gisborne-East Coast triallists can be expected to feature. Fraser Willson and Beau (pictured) were among those who competed on the club trials at Whangara during the summer. The North Island finalists in each of the four classes will go forward to compete in the New Zealand titles runoffs. The courses look great. A lot of work has gone in there. It is all set to go Monday.
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TRIAL RUN: Whangara Dog Trial Club started its club trials today on the Pouawa course that will host the New Zealand championships in late May. The judges for the national titles are there to get a feel for the ground.

TRIAL RUN: Whangara Dog Trial Club started its club trials today on the Pouawa course that will host the New Zealand championships in late May. The judges for the national titles are there to get a feel for the ground.

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