Thanks for the inspiration Lisa and Crystal 😉

from Feb 3 last year – “think it’s time to goal set for 2010?”
Super Sally
keep training when I can catch a minute done … loved my summer work plan for Sally
work her perfect downs on tables everywhere done … though she still argues sometimes
run CPE level 1 and 2 classes as appropriate done – 2 trials and she’s in level 2 for all games
run AAC gamblers, snookers and maybe jumpers classes through the spring and summer – done .. not just ran but successfully ran jumpers and gamblers .. 2 tries at snookers haven’t quite panned out but that will come
add standard and steeplechase as she levels out – one of each tried at last trial – went well really

Terrific Thea
either enjoy CPE level 1 whenever possible or put a whole whack of time into training then follow Sally’s plan above – done -we went with option 1 – Thea has all level 1 CPE titles

Brave Brody
get him fit enough to play – do some drop in training to get him running again – done
trial one day a month – probably averaged out to this nearly
go to Regionals (and qualify for nationals – goal at this point) nope and that’s OK 🙂
Brody earned his snookers title and is one jumpers away from the jumpers title
we tried standard and gamblers at our last trial – not particularly successfully but we did it – and that counts! In CPE he steadily wracked up the Qs as well – he’s nearly done level 3

What good dogs …

Looking forward to this year …
(both looking ahead to think and plan and looking forward with a sense of enjoyment actually)

Brody – get that last elusive jumpers Q; finish level 3 CPE titles; work on distance a little (for fun like); run happy and quick; and perhaps attend Regionals

Thea – work on getting 200 more level 1 CPE points; get another starters AAC Q (snookers most likely given she doesn’t weave, do the teeter or like chutes); get another advanced jumpers Q
if Brody doesn’t attend Regionals ~ attend them

Sally – earn a starters snookers Q (or 2!), fix the %^&$ aframe contact; earn another 2 advanced jumpers Qs; run advanced gamblers; earn level 1 CPE standard title; finish level 2 games titles (if I can find enough classes); run steeplechase and standard once aframe is working
Regionals? maybe .. need to give this some serious thought .. but I would like to have a dog there …

Sampson – continue to backyard train him .. introduce 2×2 weaves and contacts, challenge him with short sequences

Me – participate in Regionals; continue having fun in this game I love; trust I will know when Brody wants to retire; tighten up my technical skills handling the variety of dogs I run; get the agility field up and operational; host something at the agility field; represent myself, my dogs and AAC well wherever I am playing