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Colo. competitors fared well at dog agility event

Luna, a Samoyed from Phoenix, stands on top of the A-frame during the DOCNA national championship competition on Friday at North Face Park in Carbondale.
Colleen O’Neil / Post Independent |

Colorado competitors fared well at the 2015 Dogs on Course National Dog Agility Championships in Carbondale.

The event will be held again next year at North Face Park Sept. 23-25.

In the North America Challenge National Event, Specialist Level:



• Kathy Kerns (Clifton) and her dog Freeda took second in the 16-inch Specialist Level in the Competition Division for the National Event.

• Ginnie Farnsworth (Cedaredge) and her dog Scooter took third at 16-inch Height Specialist Level in the Veteran Division for the National Event.



In the North America Challenge National Event, Intern Level:

• Farnsworth and Rhett won the 8-inch Veteran Level in the Veteran Division for the National Event.

In the 20-inch Height local competitors took 1st, 2nd and 3rd nationally:

• Daryl Pubillones (Whitewater) and her dog Rosie won the 20-inch Intern level in the Competition Division for the National Event.

• Chery Herhahn (Carbondale) and her dog Ruby took second.

• Frank Pubillones (Whitewater) and his dog Jazmine took third.

In the Specialist Level for the Regional Standard Agility Event final results:

• Kerns and Freeda won the 16-inch Specialist level in the Competition Division for Regional Standard Agility Event.

• Terri Sano (Carbondale) and her dog Mollie were second in the 16-inch Specialist Level in the Select Division for Regional Standard Agility Event.

William Lukes (Carbondale) and his dog Kate were second in the 16-inch Specialist Level in the Veteran Division for Regional Standard Agility Event.

In the Intern Level for the Regional Standard Agility Event final results:

• Farnsworth and Rhett won the 8-inch Veteran level in the Veteran Division for Regional Standard Agility Event.

• Daryl Pubillones (Whitewater) and her dog Rosie won the 20-inch Intern level in the Competition Division for Regional Standard Agility Event.

• Daryl Pubillones and her dog Dodge took second in the 20-inch Intern level in the Competition Division for Regional Standard Agility Event.

• Frank Pubillones and Jazmine were third in the 20-inch Intern level in the Competition Division for Regional Standard Agility Event.

In the Specialist Level for the Regional Jumpers Agility Event final results:

• Kerns and Freeda were second in the 16-inch Specialist Level in the Competition Division for Regional Jumpers Agility Event.

• Sano and Mollie won the 16-inch Specialist Level in the Select Division for Regional Jumpers Agility Event.

• Carol Parker (Longmont) and her dog Charlie won the 20-inch Veteran Level in the Veteran Division for Regional Jumpers Agility Event.

In the Intern Level for the Regional Jumpers Agility Event Final Results:

• Farnsworth and Rhett won the 8-inch Veteran level in the Veteran Division for Regional Jumpers Agility Event.

• Herhahn and her Ruby won the 20-inch Intern level in the Competition Division for Regional Standard Agility Event.

Daryl Pubillones and Dodge were second in the 20-inch Intern level in the Competition Division for Regional Standard Agility Event.

Frank Pubillones and Jazmine were third in the 20-inch Intern level in the Competition Division for Regional Standard Agility Event.


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