Pat and Cass qualified for Crufts 2007, thay managed to get through to the finals but sadly got E'd, never mind it was a brilliant effort.
Pat and Cass at Crufts 2007
Cass showing off.Crufts 2007
The beautiful Cass in all her glory Crufts 2007
Another picture of Cass showing off, look what I can do Crufts 2007
2006 KC Olympia Semi Finals
The Royal Show Venue: The Royal Show, Stoneleigh, Warwickshire
Date: Saturday, 2-5 July 2006
Judge: Graham Partridge
More great news Pat and Cass are through to the Olympia finals in December 2006, can they make it a double????????
Pat and Cass do it again by winning the Semi finals at The Royal Show.This is what the judge Graham Partridge had to say about Pat/Cass's run:Fresh from her triumphal win at the Highland Agility Stakes Finals the previous Saturday was Pat Brown with Bailstails First Edition.
She took almost a second off Alyson’s time to go clear in 30.65 seconds and into the lead.
Pedigree Highland Agility Stakes
Highland flingVenue: Scone Palace, Perth
Date: Saturday, 1st July 2006
Judge: Jean Fotheringham
Amazing News Pat and Cassie win the Highland Finals at Scone Sat 1st July 2006.
Pat and Cass pictured with the judge Jean Fotheringham.The Final Pat Brown to run to see some really nail-biting excitement.
I always say with Pat that she never looks as if she is going very fast but it is just the consummate control that she has of the dog which creates this illusion, with not a second wasted on any corner or on any run-out. She went round clear in 32.67 seconds to take the lead. It really was a superb round.
Commentary by Dave Ray.
This picture shows just how good this Pair are, part of the winning run at Scone.
Pat and Cass won Reserve ticket in the Champ class at Tatton Park on Saturday June 17th 2006
What a great achievement for them both.Pat and Cass had a great wk-end at Scunthorpe show by winning both senior classes and came third in Intermediate agility on the Saturday then second in senior agility and winning the senior jumping on the Sunday.
What an amazing pair they are and what a great year they are having. KC agilty week-end 12/13th August 2006.Pat and Cass had another successful wk-end winning Senior jumping, 3rd in Intermediate Agility and Jumping, is there no stopping this great pair.
Cassie-owned and handled by Pat Brown.D.O.B.11-3-01 Cass started competing in September 2002 and qualified for Senior in May 2003 at Waldidge Fell.She managed to accumalate 9 novice wins before competing in Senior,where things became considerably Harder.
However,in 2004 after many exiting runs,some good, some not so good, she became Advanced,(again at Waldrige Fell where she had left Novice exactly one year previously).2004 saw her competing in her first Senior Crufts Qualifier- which she won, taking her to Crufts 2005; her first semi final in which she qualified for her first Olympia,where she did OK and Championship classes where she battle it out with the best of them!Pat says that Cass is not easy to run, but always exciting and very talented, she would work all day,every day if allowed(Cass that is , not Pat) and care is taken not to overtrain this type of dog, for her own well being.
Pat and Cass, 2nd @ Olympia 2005
Sept 02 – 1st competition May 03 –Qualified into Senior @ Waldridge Fell 9 Novice wins before 1st Senior competition
April 04 – Won 1st Crufts Qualifier – and it did, for Crufts 2005
May 04 – Qualified into Advanced @ Waldridge Fell (same show as qualified o/o Novice – 1yr. On)
2004 – 1st semi-final, came 3rd -qualified for Olympia 2004
1st run @ Olympia – clear round coming 2nd in Prs. “Cass coped really well at Olympia and I’m looking forward to running her at Crufts. She is very different than Dodge, totally opposite actually and it’s taken time to change how I handle.
Pat and Cass, 2nd @ Olympia 2005 how proud we are of them both.xxxxxxxxx
(Cass is 1st on the left)
She’s not easy to run, but the partnership is coming better – she’s quite a workaholic and never seems to tire so I have to be aware of not overtraining, she’s very talented and ALWAYS exciting in the ring – quite a challenge!”
What a great Easter Pat and Cass have had.Dashing dogs.
They came 4th in Advanced Agility on the Saturday, then went and won Senior Agility on the same day.
Pat and Cass at Crufts; 3rd in Crufts Singles Agility Semi,qualifing for the Finals, 4th Circular knock-out in the morning, they both worked well together, with style and panache,we are so very proud of them, it was there first time at CRUFTS.
Update - April 2006 We went to Dundee this weekend 1st show since ops. Only did 3 runs – she came 1st 2nd and 3rd!
Picked up 8 points for Crufts and qual. For Scottish Highland Final. 3 ½ months off has done her good!!
Pat and Cass had three months off after Christmas and in March copeted at a Highland show coming a repectable Easter at Dashing dogs they also had many good places 1st Senior agility, 4th Senior agility,
3rd senior jumping, 2nd advanced agility and many more top places. Saturday 29th April. Dordale agilty show.
Pat/Cass had a very good day 2nd Senior Agility.2nd Senior Jumping.
Sunday 30th April.
They only had 1 run as they needed to travel a long way. That 1 run was Senior Agility in which they came 1st.
Photo's of Cass at 5 months
Cass with dad, Joe
Cass @ 7 month
Cass at 6 weeks old
Bailey with her kid's from 2nd litter, Cass, Scud, Ryan and my beautiful Typsy,
Pat and CassieThe beautiful and very talented/clever Cassie