Born to Run
Hosted by Santa Barbara Supersonic's
Santa Barbara - June 2014
4.417 Mia *New PB
4.738 Daphany *New PB
Flyball Dog Excellent
Flyball Dog Champion
Flyball Dog Champion Gold
|Points for Sunday
|Points for Saturday
Tailspins traveled to Santa Barbara for the Born To Run Flyball tournament hosted by Supersonics on the weekend of June 28 & 29, 2014.
Tailspins had three teams competing both Saturday and Sunday. Linda, Sandy, their five dogs, my four Jacks, and I went down on Friday and
spent some time enjoying ourselves at the on leash dog beach named Arroyo Burro Beach County Park.
We had the pleasure of having Pam’s daughter, Heather, & her family, Larry, Jaylene, Kylee, and LJ and their four legged family members
Magnum & Rider join us for the weekend. Pam was excited about meeting her new dog, a black n tan male Doberman named Duke who was
brought to her at the tournament.
Rachel and her Giant Schnauzer Tory came to the tournament site midmorning on Saturday and brought the most delicious box of tree ripened
fruit & Strawberries. Rachel really out did herself this time by making some chocolate covered Strawberries for the team. When Rachel is
able to join us at tournaments she is the one who does our stats, and on the stat sheets Rachel shares her artistic talent with us by including
her “doggie drawings” on them.
It was nice to see Sharon’s husband Ted at the Tournament.
For Piper, Tucker, & Smiley, this was their first tournament sanctioned by NAFA. As often happens with green dogs they experienced a few
hiccups over the course of the weekend. Thankfully we have three Veteran dogs, Jenny, Gunner, & Zephyr who stepped up to the plate and
finished their races.
On Sunday we were joined by our teammate Victoria, & her sister, Dd, who brought Victoria’s new puppy “Bugs” and Torino.
On Sunday our team Flaming placed second overall and our teams, Need For Speed and Rebels both placed third in their divisions.
The weather in Santa Barbara was really warm on Saturday and seemed rather humid Sunday morning but in the afternoon a nice breeze came
up and that made some pretty nice weather to race in.
One of our dogs reached a long awaited milestone, and our green dogs earned the first of many titles to come, and the weekend was spent
with good friends and great dogs.
Flyball Master Excellent
Flyball Dog Excellent