AKC/International CH Omega-Winterway Show Stopper, HT, PT, HCT, JHD, HDAD1s, HTADIIs, CGC, HIC -- "CORK"
Cork and Louis Thompson put the five sheep through the Y-shoot
Once through the Y-shoot, Cork moves the sheep towards the center post and then to the far panels.
Cork drives the sheep behind Louis
Cork keeps the sheep moving towards the free-standing pen.
Cork works on his HTADIIs title.
Cork and Louis get all of the sheep into the pen.
Once the sheep have been released from the pen, Cork moves them towards the exhaust pen.
Louis must have Cork move the sheep away from the exhaust gate.
Cork holds the sheep still.
Cork gathers the sheep into the take-out pen, qualifying and earning his AHBA title for HDADIIs.
AKC CH / UKC Gr CH / International CH Omega-Winterway It's Showtime, HT, PT, STD1s, HTD1s (Diva) picks up the sheep from the round pen and goes to work.
Diva begins to move the sheep through the course. The rain had the pasture slopping wet but that didn't stop Diva.
Diva and Louis have rounded the post and are heading towards the Y-shoot.
Diva moves the five sheep in a group through the Y-shoot.
Diva must move the flock behind the panels and through the middle of them.
Diva goes towards the head of the sheep, to turn them back.
A little more "pressure" on the sheep and Diva has them moving properly.
Diva, a Samoyed, keeps the flock together and moving towards Louis Thompson.
Next Diva moves the sheep to the free-standing pen where they must be penned.
Diva continues to move the sheep, although one has been left behind.
Louis turns to Diva, giving her a command to get the wayward sheep.
Diva has gotten the five sheep back together and moving again towards the free-standing pen.
Diva and Louis keep the sheep gathered.
Diva and Louis, penning the sheep
Almost done, Diva holds the sheep at the gate to the exhaust pen, until Louis joins them.
All done, Diva exerts enough pressure to send the sheep into the exhaust pen. Diva qualifies for a leg at the started trial level.
Wolf River's Fierce Heart, Samoyed, owned and loved by Diana Steele
Fierce, a Samoyed, drives the sheep at a controlled pace.
Jackson (Cold Smoke's Jackson Hole) is a seven moth old Samoyed puppy, bred and owned by Janice McGlashon.
Jackson is working on his first leg for his HCT title in AHBA. Janice is working him in the round pen.
Jackson shows that he has the force to keep the sheep off the gate.
Jackson, a seven month old Samoyed puppy
Jackson turns the sheep around the judge
Janice stands between Jackson and the sheep, calling him off the sheep. Jackson quailfied for his first leg, showing that he has instinct and sustained drive.
Fuzzy begins work on the first leg for his AHBA HCT