eblaschke Posted April 28, 2013 Report Share Posted April 28, 2013 LYLE LADSTOCK DOG TRAINING CLINICJune 16 & 17, 2012ALL BREEDS/ALL LEVELSatMaple Hill Farms8999 Fairmount Rd., Novelty, Ohio 440728:30 A.M. EACH DAYCLINIC: $200 – per dog/handler for two day seminar (Sat/Sun).Auditing is unlimited at $50 per day, per person.LUNCH: Will be provided. Please specify if you are a carnivore or vegetarian.A variety of cold beverages will be provided also.All dogs must be kept QUIET, on leash or crated when not working in class.Bring a comfortable folding chair for each person attending.CONTACT/MAIL ENTRY TO:Bill or Elaine Blaschke; 8999 Fairmount Rd., Novelty, Ohio 44072BBlaschke@... or EBlaschke@...Home/Bus: 440-338-6301 Bill's cell: 216-218-8890Elaine's cell: 440-533-1878 All of these numbers have voice mail. So ifno answer, leave a message with a number so we can return your call.We have a large variety of sheep that can be used to train your dog. This wouldinclude adult rams, ewes w/lambs at side and yearling rams and ewes. We alsooffer the ability to train your dog in herding and penning on farm terrainranging from open fields, woods, trails, streams, gullies and obstacles to testyour dog.Our facilities include a 50' diameter round pen, a 32' X 48' rectangular pen, a187' X 288' paddock, a 2-1/2 acre paddock and a 25-acre pasture.We do have limited parking for travel trailers or motor homes and can offer115-volt electrical service and water. There will be a $10 per day charge forelectric and water. Bring your own hoses and cords. We do not haveseptic service so your units must be self-contained.If you are from out of town and need a place to stay, there are several motelswith in 25 minutes from the farm. They are north of the farm on Route 306 inWilloughby, Ohio at the intersection of rtes I-90 and 306.They include:Red Roof Inn, no extra charge for pets, phone # 440-946-9872Days Inn, $15 per dog, per day charge, phone # 440-946-0500America's Best Value Inn, $15 per dog, per day charge, phone # 440-953-8835A LITTLE ABOUT LYLE:Lyle started training dogs in 1986 with her first Border Collie, Jock,purchased from Jack Knox as a pup. She had never experienced sheep before thattime so she got the dog to help her out !! And so it began,... her two childrenDoug (now 32) and Val (29) helped her every step of the way by managing the farmand traveling to dog trials. Little did she know the adventure Jock would starther on !!Fortunately she was able to go to Yorkshire, England twice to work as a shepherdon the Dales with her daughter as companion and assistant shepherd. Shelearned a lot about sheep which in turn taught her to train dogs.She started training dogs not long after she started running Jock in trials. Aman had told her, "if you can train him, you can train anything!" He was quite ahandful and to this day Jack Knox laughs at what a wild but strong dog Jock was.So now, almost 27 years later she is still training dogs, Border Collies and theoccasional upright working dog. Lyle has about 12 of her own dogs and usually6+ dogs in for training. Matt, her husband, works dogs also when he's notplaying the cello for the prestigious Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra. He has twogirls that grew up on the farm with them and are now off to college.Lyle's educational background is a B.S. in Elementary Ed and Physical Education,K-12 which she draws on to teach her seminars, lessons, as well as trainingdogs.She has won and placed in many trials throughout the years and a few of thosehighlights are:-winning the Blue Ridge Open SDT in 1992 with Jock. Lyle's first win with herfirst dog!-winning the NAILE trial in 1994 with Mick (overall winner) but also winning dayone with Cap, placing 2nd day two with Cap.-winning the Bluegrass 3 years in a row with Cap! (the overall as well as eachday)-placed 4th at the National finals in 1996, placed 4th with Jace at theNationals another year. Most years being in the top 17 at the Nationals with herdogs Jock, Mick, Cap, Jim, and Shep!-2007 Lyle won the prelims at Meeker, CO with Shep, and placed 12th with Moses.Shep also won the "best drive" award in the double lift, and ended up 5thoverall.-more recently, June 2011, Shep and Lyle won the prestigious trial, "The BigOne" , both days, on unbroke sheep and a 900 yard outrun!- September 2011, Shep and Lyle traveled to Penrith, England to compete in theWorld Trial! Competing with the 240 best handlers in the world, we place 16th !DIRECTIONS TO FARM:From the North: Get off I-90, coming from either the west or east, at exit #193(Kirtland/Mentor) and head south on rte. 306, aka Chillicothe Rd. Continuesouth thru the towns of Kirtland and then Chesterland. Fairmount Rd. is thesecond crossroad south of Chesterland and crosses rte. 306. Turn left ontoFairmount from rte. 306 and head east one, (1) mile to the farm. The farm is onyour right, on the south side of the road. From exit #193 to the farm istwelve, (12) miles and will take about 21 minutes to drive.From the South: Exit rte. 422, coming from either the west or east at theAurora/S. Russell-Chagrin Rd./Bainbridge Rd. exit. There is no exit number. Head north onto rte. 306. You will cross E. Washington St., Bell Rd., MusicSt., and rte. 87, aka Kinsman Rd. Fairmount crosses rte. 306 and is the secondcrossroad north of rte. 87. Turn right onto Fairmount from rte. 306 and headeast one, (1) mile to the farm. The farm is on your right, on the south sideof the road. From the rte. 422/rte. 306 exit to the farm is 7.2 miles and willtake about 12 minutes to drive.From the West/Chagrin Falls area: From downtown Chagrin Falls, take E. OrangeSt. east to North St. and bear to the left. North St. turns into Russell Rd.and then dead ends into rte. 87, (Kinsman Rd.). Turn right and head east torte. 306. Turn left onto rte. 306 and head north. Fairmount crosses rte. 306and is the second crossroad north of rte. 87. Turn right onto Fairmount fromrte. 306 and head east one, (1) mile to the farm. The farm is on your right,on the south side of the road. From the center of Chagrin Falls to the farm is6.75 miles and will take about 12 minutes to drive.From the East: Leave the town square of Burton, Ohio and head west on rte. 87,(Kinsman Rd.) You will cross rte. 44 and Auburn Rd. Continue to rte. 306 andturn right and head north. Fairmount crosses rte. 306 and is the secondcrossroad north of rte. 87. Turn right onto Fairmount from rte. 306 and headeast one, (1) mile to the farm. The farm is on your right, on the south sideof the road. From Burton Square to the farm is eleven, (11) miles and will takeabout 15 minutes to drive.LYLE LAD STOCK DOG CLINICENTRY FORMSignature at bottom requiredHANDLER NAME: ____________________________________________ADDRESS, CITY & STATE: _______________________________________________PHONE: ______________________ E-MAIL : ________________________@______I WILL PARTICIPATE (CHECK DATES THAT APPLY):CLINIC: Sat/Sun, June 16 & 17, 2012_______ Number of Dogs ______________Breed(s) of dog(s): _____________________________________________________Dog's name: __________________________________________________________AUDITING: Sat/Sun for days (how many day(s)/people) _____________________Entries close June 6, 2012. Payment in full must be made in advance to hold yourspot.Checks payable to: Maple Hill FarmsRefunds are possible only if the seminar is filled to capacity and there issomeone else to fill the slot. You are welcome to resell your slot with timelynotification.In consideration that I will be participating in the Lyle Lad Stock Dog Clinicand private lessons sponsored by Maple Hill Farms, div. Geauga Drilling andSupply Co., Inc. and held at Maple Hill Farms in Novelty, Ohio on June 16 & 17,2012, I do hereby agree that in the event of personal injury or death and/ordamage to my property or animals in my control, I will not hold Jack Knox &family, the hosts & their family, their members, or workers responsible. I willpay for livestock injured or killed during my participation at the clinic.Signature: ____________________________________ Date: __________I will be having lunch: yes no (circle one)How many having lunch? ___________________ totalVegetarian: yes no (circle one)How many are vegetarian? __________________ totalNon-vegetarian: yes no (circle one)How many are non-vegetarian? ______________ total Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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