Class 0 was especially populated, which shows how many new enthusiasts get this spectacular sport. Gabi Steppan from Austria was invited to judge. The judge set up interesting, though quite demanding tracks, obviously adapted in terms of level of difficulty to each class. Her kindness, smile and experiencing failures and successes with the competitors aroused great sympathy.
The competition had an attractive formula because each day two runs were held for each category (A1, A2, A3). On Saturday there was a jumping open, and on Sunday agility open, which together constituted the race for the FCI Group I Cup, that is for the best sheepdog. In addition, two jumping events and one agility race for beginners were organized each day.
The event was co-organized by the Agility Fort Club, the ZKwP Radom branch and the Bemowo district in Warsaw. Agility competitions were part of the Multicup event, in which obedience and IPO (guard dogs) competitions were held in Jaktorów near Warsaw.
The weather was good, although the autumn chill was prevailing – it was the last outdoor agility competition this season.
Photoreport and results soon on http://www.agilitybemowo.pl/ UCh
The article Biegała na Bemowie comes from the site Everything you should know about dogs.