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  1. We have been herding for about 6 months now. The closest herding place is about 2.5-3 hours drive one way so we get out there about 1 weekend a month. We currently go to two trainers each day (someone in the morning, and another in the afternoon). It’s interesting that they both have different ways to presents the same information. So far I find it helpful. Altogether since we started he has been on sheep for 22 days. Val is 8 years old so we will see how much we can learn. He seems to have a better grasp then me. We are hoping to get into an ASCA trial in July. These pictures were taken during a stay and train herding boot camp I had sent Val to. I was excited since these are his 1st herding pictures.
  2. For those who are interested, Rope the Moon Publishing is having a contest (going on now and until midnight). The first person who can correctly guess the mystery breed will win a free copy of my latest book, Herding Dogs of the World: http://stockdogsavvy.wordpress.com/2014/01/01/herding-dogs-of-the-world/ First Clue: It’s a rare breed little known in its own country. 2nd Clue: The mystery breed is included in the 1st volume (pictured above) 3rd Clue: Can be a merle. P. S. If you are on Facebook you can keep up with the latest clues at Rope the Moon Publishing. All the best, jeanne
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