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TSAMC Events 1999-'00

11/06/99 - Warrens, WI: Midwest Musher Season Kick-Off Weight Pull Seminar

11/07/99 - Warrens, WI: Midwest Musher Season Kick-Off Weight Pull: (Results)

12/04/99 - Richland Center, WI: Nature's Mercy Winter Celebration Weight Pull: (Results)

01/08/00 - Madison, WI: Ode to Champions Weight Pull: (Results)

01/22/00 - Fitchburg, WI: Hobbit Haul Weight Pull: (Results)

02/05/00 - Wisconsin Dells, WI: National Championship Weight Pull: (Results)

02/19/00 - Bemidji, MN: Paul Bunyun Festival: (cancelled)

02/26/00 - Eagle River, WI: North Woods Championship Weight Pull: (Results)

02/27/00 - Eagle River, WI: TSAMC Invitational Weight Pull: (Results)

03/11/00 - Mishicot, WI: Iarortuk Fun Finale Weight Pull: (Results)


How did your dogs fair in the final Point Standings?


All of our weight pulls feature natural surfaces and are on snow whenever possible. We provide AMCA certification for all dogs qualifying. Each regular class dog to pull qualifying weight will receive points towards the Overall Season Points Championship Award. We will also offer medallions to the top four dogs in each class at each weight pull.

Please note. The members present at the August, 1998 TSAMC meeting voted to change the time allowed for novice dogs from 45 seconds to 30 seconds. This will be re-evaluated prior to the start of the 1999-00 season. The judge will let the handlers know when 10, 20, and 25 seconds have elapsed so the handler can move in and make needed corrections. As always, any dog to have the cart/sled moving when time expires will be allowed to complete the pull as long as forward motion is continued. The reason for this rule change is that the novice class is a training class and should be used as such. Handlers should move in, as they are allowed per TSAMC rules, to make corrections right away rather than waiting for time to expire before correcting their dogs. TSAMC would like its novice handlers to utilized the novice class in the same manner in which obedience handlers use fun matches and run-throughs. If you have any questions or concerns regarding this new rule, please contact a TSAMC Board Member, bring them up at the novice handlers' meeting, or have them addressed at the weight pull training seminar in Warrens, WI. Regular class dogs will continue to have 45 seconds to complete their pull.


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