Season-opening dog trials cancelled as property sold

Property 'will no longer be available for trials'.

Property 'will no longer be available for trials'.

A SHEEP dog trial which was to have opened the club trials season in Hawke’s Bay has had to be cancelled because the property on which the two-day event was to be held has been sold.

The Waikoau trials were to have been held on Friday and Saturday next week, February 2-3, but the cancellation was announced last week by club and Hawke’s Bay centre president Clark Chrystal.

The club had been told the property would no longer be available for the trials.

The first trial in the season-proper — with the Te Aute trials having been held in November to alleviate issues with the property where it will in May host the North Island championships — will now be at Omakere on February 8-9. — NZME

A SHEEP dog trial which was to have opened the club trials season in Hawke’s Bay has had to be cancelled because the property on which the two-day event was to be held has been sold.

The Waikoau trials were to have been held on Friday and Saturday next week, February 2-3, but the cancellation was announced last week by club and Hawke’s Bay centre president Clark Chrystal.

The club had been told the property would no longer be available for the trials.

The first trial in the season-proper — with the Te Aute trials having been held in November to alleviate issues with the property where it will in May host the North Island championships — will now be at Omakere on February 8-9. — NZME

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