THE RALLY COURSE BOOK
A Guide to AKC Rally Courses – Updated Edition 2015
The Rally Course Book: A Guide to AKC Rally Courses contains AKC Rally course designs for all levels of AKC Rally competition. Ideal for Rally practice, Rally training classes and for Rally judges. AKC Rally rules and AKC Rally signs are clearly explained. Rally instructors and competitors will find section one an indispensable aid for teaching, with lessons on right turn and left turn courses, creating Rally courses and the AKC Rally rules and requirements for each level. Section Two includes useable AKC Rally courses with exhibitor sheets and you can also learn to design courses of your own!
AKC RALLY – TEACHING, DESIGNING AND JUDGING AKC RALLY COURSES
• AKC Rally signs explained.
• AKC Rally signs updated through 2015.
• 33 New Rally course diagrams and designs to copy for your own use.
• Learn how to design Rally courses.
• AKC Rally rules and regulations for each level.
Wirebound, softcover workbook, 8.5 x 11, 72 pages with diagrams
AUTHOR JANICE DEARTH
Janice Dearth has judged over 3,000 handler/dog teams in AKC Rally venues over the past ten years. She is an AKC Rally judge, all classes; ASCA Obedience Judge, all classes; AKC Provisional Novice Obedience Judge; AKC Non-Regular Obedience Class Judge, #19012; NADOI Endorsed member; NADOI list administrator; NADOI board of directors; Pikes Peak Obedience Club Life Member and a UKC Rally judge.
RALLY COURSE BOOK CONTENTS
• Section One: Instructor/Exhibitor Rally familiarization
Instructor’s class syllabus
Lesson One: right turn courses
Lesson Two: left turn courses
Glossary of terms
Lesson Three: Creating Rally courses
AKC rules/requirements for each level
Creating an Excellent Course
Guidelines for Creating Advanced Courses
Guidelines for Creating Novice Courses
High Jump and/or Bar Jump
AKC Rally Signs with explanations
Some General Regulations
• Section Two
Sample Rally courses and exhibitor sheets
REVIEWS FOR RALLY COURSE BOOK
“The only informational book on Rally obedience that includes useable courses and instructions on how to create new courses.”
– Dog & Kennel magazine