World Sheep Dog Trial

The World Sheep Dog Trial is held once every three years. Handlers from countries around the world come together to compete for the title of World Champion. The next World Trial will be held September 3, 2014 thru September 6, 2014 in Scotland.  More information will be posted as news comes in from ISDS.

2014 World Trial will be held at Fearn Farm, By Tain, Ross Shire, Scotland

September 3 thru September 6, 2014

Send name of member and dog if you want to be considered HA office,

More information will be available soon. ISDS web site

USBCHA Entries

ENTRIES Dog Alternate  
Amodei, Maria Song Levi Alternate
Sheninger, Gene Sweet    
Mock, Anne D. Ben    
Boyce, Dawn Gage    
Boyce, Dawn SlimĀ     
Williams, Cheryl Jagger Fleet Scout Alternate
Nichols, Laurie Mac Scrum Alternate
Johnson, Margaret Fleet Loch Alternate
Geier, Joyce Jim Jack Alternate
Anderson, Peg SpotĀ     
Anderson, Peg Hope    
Team Alternate      
Johnson, Margaret Loch    

Latest News on World Trial

Entry forms will be received in Feb. from ISDS (HA office has not received them yet). Entry/fees must be received in HA office no later than March 20th. Handlers with highest qualified dogs will be notified soon. Entry fee $200.00, make checks to USBCHA, 2915 Anderson Lane, Crawford, Tx.  76638.

Anyone wanting to be added to World Trial list must be received by Feb. 15th. Help spread the word on entries. For information on World Trial go to on home menu (top right corner).  Below are rules for qualigying for the World Trial.  Tickets for Trial is now on sale, email

Qualifying for the 2014 World Sheepdog Trials

The USA has been allotted 11 spots to form the U.S.A. Team for the 2014 World Sheepdog Trial. Handlers who are interested in representing the USA must be USBCHA members in good standing, and must indicate their interest by applying to the USBCHA Secretary. Entries open ________ and the deadline for entry is ___________. [All entries must be accompanied by a check for entry fees of $XXX].

Team members will be selected using USBCHA qualifying points from the 2012 and 2013 seasons. The top applicant from each USBCHA District in the USA (therefore excluding District 9, and 10) will be offered a place on the team (8 places) with the remaining places (7 places) awarded to the second highest point earner in each district in descending order of points earned.

A handler who wishes to enter two dogs, must qualify both dogs through the applications process. However, any handler who is selected to the team may choose to bring an alternate dog to the trial in the event that the qualified dog is unable to compete for medical reasons.

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