The Alice-Ribbon-Project

The Alice-Ribbon-Project is set up in memory of Yvonne Belin’s beloved Border Collie Alice (Jewel del Mulino Prudenza), and to give her premature death a sense: Help others!

Please visit the site at:  http://www.aliceribbon.ch

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Results from Viborg Hundeforum’s Show on 29th and 30th July 2017

Download the results from Saturday here.

Download the results from Saturday’s Skills Tests here.

Download the results from Sunday here.

Download the results from Sunday’s Skills Tests here.

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Danish Freestyle Certificate both days: Lucka Plevová with Jump

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HTM Certificate Sunday: Liv Elmark with Mango

 

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Live Streaming from Crufts

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Follow this link to see the Live Streaming from Crufts from 9th to 12th March 2017

All activities from the Main Arena will be broadcasted via YouTube. You can see the programme by following the links below:

Thursday 9th March

Friday 10th March

Saturday 11th March

Sunday 12th March

All times are GMT (Greenwich Meantime)

Download the running orders here.

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Lesley Neville’s little Dewy

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The Nordic HTM Championship

Nordic HTM Championship 2017
Held in Viborg, Denmark on 29.9.2017 – 1.10.2017

Time: 29th September – 1st October (please be aware of the change of dates)

Friday 29th September
Music check in, training in the ring, running order draw etc.
Saturday 30th September

Nordic Championship for teams & 1st round of the Nordic 6+/Teamwork To Music Match
Sunday 1st October
Nordic Championship Individual Final & 2nd round of the Nordic 6+/Teamwork To Music Match

Place: InDog Elite Center, Læsøvej 6B, 8800 Viborg, Denmark

The Nordic 6+/Teamwork To Music Match

  • Each of the 4 Nordic countries can send 1 or 2 teams for this match. It can be the same team performing both days (1st and 2nd round) or two different teams – one each day.
  • A country cannot compete with the same choreography/music in both rounds. It must be different choreographies and choices of music in the 2 rounds.
  • Winner of the Nordic 6+ Match will be the country, who has the combined highest score from the two days.
  • A team competing at the Nordic 6+/Teamwork To Music Match must consist of more than 6 legs in the ring. It can for example consist of:
    – 1 dog with 2 handlers
    – 2 dogs with 1 handler
    – 2 dogs with 2 handlers
    – 10 handlers with 10 dogs
    – 10 handlers with 1 dog
    – There must be more than 1 dog and 1 handler in the ring at all times during the performance.
  • The music can be no longer than 3 mins.
  • Food and toys in the ring are not allowed.

Further information and entry forms will be available closer to the event.

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The Nordic Championship

The Nordic Championship 2017 will be held in The InDog Elite Center in Viborg, Denmark on the 27th – 29th October 2017.

We look forward to see you all 🙂

The InDog Elite Center hall

The InDog Elite Center hall

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The OEC 2016, Austria

Winners of the Open European Championships 2016

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Heelwork To Music

Individuals

  1. Anna Larsson with Flynn, Sweden
  2. Natalia Rubleva with Rejn, Russia
  3. Polina I’lina with Ilim, Russia

Teams

  1. Team Sweden
  2. Team Russia
  3. Team Belgium

Freestyle

Individuals

  1. Elke Boxoen with Jessy, Belgium
  2. Sandra Roth with Lizzy, Germany
  3. Lusy Imbergerova with Deril, Italy

Teams

  1. Team Germany
  2. Team Sweden
  3. Team Switzerland

 

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6 Days of International HTM and Freestyle in Denmark in 2017

Indog Elite Center in Viborg invites everyone to 6 days of International HTM and Freestyle in Denmark!

29th – 30th July 2017: Double HTM Show with all official classes both days.

  • Novice/Class 1 HTM and Freestyle
  • Intermediate/Class 2 HTM and Freestyle
  • Advanced/Class 3 HTM and Freestyle
  • Senior Classes (older than 9 years old)
  • Puppy Class (16 weeks to 12 mth)
  • Beginners Class
  • Skills tests class 1 – 4

The judges will be a mix of Danish and European judges.

31st – 1st August 2017: Training Days
Freestyle with Jules O’Dwyer from Belgium
HTM with Polina Il’ina from Russia

 Jules O’Dwyer has represented Belgium at the international championships many times with top placings. In 2015 her fame reached further than just the dog dancing world as she won Britan’s Got Talent with her amazing dog acts. Jules trains assistance dogs for the disabled, guide dogs for the blind, dogs for film and tv and she has experience with obedience and many other dog sports. Her experience as a dog trainer is second to none. 

Polina Il’ina is probably the world’s most successful HTM handler at the moment. She has won individual medals at the international championships with no less than 3 different dogs. She is the World Championship Winner 2016 and won World Championship Bronze with an Alaskan Malamute. Polina’s dogs make Heelwork look easy and they are extremely precise in their work.


2nd and 3rd August 2017: Training Days
Freestyle with Lucka Plevová from Japan

4th August 2017: Frisbee with Lucka Plevová

Lucka surprised everyone at Crufts 2016, when she came out of the blue and placed 2nd in the International Freestyle Final amongst the world’s best freestylers. She performed a super fast and very precise routine with her Border Collie Jump. 

Lucka has experience from both Canine Freestyle and Dog Frisbee, which gives her knowledge of unique moves, which we are not yet used to see in the freestyle ring.

Further info about the International HTM and Freestyle Summer Camp 2017 on Indog Elite Center’s website or on their Facebook page Information will be available within the next weeks. You can also prebook your place or get further information on email: iec@indog.dk

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