a Flyin' ADCH, TM-Bronze, GCH, MX, MXJ, JHD
I am the proud owner of Lock-Eye
Tyme's a Flyin, JHD, NA, who we call Ty. His parents are Lazer
and Vip and he was born May, 2003.I had been doing agility
for about 2 years with my Cocker Spaniels, Libby and Lex. The agility
arena was my first introduction to Border Collies.I started to become
intrigued with their speed, focus and abilities. A friend, who I met
through agility, started to bring her BC to my house totrain and I
just fell in love with the dog.
Lock-Eye Layel, MX MXJ
Layel screaming 'round the Agility course!
I can hardly believe 3 years has gone by so fast. I want to update
you on all that Layel has accomplished during this time. She is all
that I said before and then some. We have competed primarily in AKC
trials just because there are so many close by, but she is also accomplishing
great things in USDAA , for the few trials she has done.
Regardless of the placements, she ran her little heart and soul off. As, you can imagine the Tampa convention center was a, "3 ring circus", with agility, obedience and breed finals going on under the same roof. On Saturday alone, there were 22,000 spectator tickets sold! Layel acted like a seasoned competitor as did both her brothers, Jag and Reno. That is quite a tribute to you Michelle.
She was also doing great herding, gathering naturally out in the big field, learning to drive, when a ewe plowed into me and trashed my knee and ending the "sheepies" for awhile.
Up here in the north east we are very fortunate to have many training opportunities, most of which I take advantage of. Layel is consistently recognized as a brilliant thinker who will do anything for me, without question, in a heartbeat and do it well.
If, I were not already at my limit here as to the number of dogs I can have, I would be sending you a deposit and saying, "pick my next puppy Michelle"
Needless to say, I love Layel and everything about her, she is my little buddy.
MACH Lock-Eye Rodeo Reno, MAD (USDAA)
, What a year 2004 was, Lock-Eye Rodeo Reno started out the year in AKC Excellent
A Standard and Jumpers W/Weaves, and quickly moved to Excellent B where he finished
his MX and MXJ. In the process Reno earned 7 of the 20 Double Qualifications needed
for his MACH. In addition Reno also Qualified for the AKC/Eukauba Agility Championships
ADCH Richfields A Kuna Mantada
ADCH MACH Lock-Eye
the Grade, AX and AXJ and Junior Dock Dogs
Quiz is primarily an agility dog - and has just started his career and finished his Novice Standard and Jumpers titles in AKC. He is an exceptionally smooth and fluid dog to work - he jumps with ease and is totally responsive and biddable. Unlike many BC's he goes to the line without a "peep". Calm and collected to the line and on the start line stay - but once you say "go", he's completely ON. (What a boy!) I look forward to a long and successful agility career with Quiz.
MACH Lockeye Flirt
purchased a Border Collie 3 years ago form Michelle Weese. The experience has
been very positive in every way, from our first phone
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