just got this info in on a herding clinic being offered in New York (near
Glen's Falls) and Vermont (near Rutland). There are about 4 openings still
in NY and 2 or 3 in VT...
KAYE HARRIS HERDING CLINICS
Wed., June 2, l999 Thurs., June 3, l999
SpringMeadow Farm Otterknoll Farm
Argyle, NY Wallingford, VT
Kaye Harris of Berthoud, CO is coming to Deb St. Jacques' farm in Argyle, NY
to present a dog clinic working sheep on June 2, l999. She will then be
going to Chris Davenport's farm in Wallingford, VT on June 3, l999 to work
cattle and sheep. Kaye is an ASCA stockdog judge as well as a breeder,
trainer and trialler of Australian Shepherds.
Kaye will be demonstrating a technique where the dog learns to respond to
moving off your pressure. This technique can be used on puppies as young as
l0 weeks so that when you go to stock the dog understands what you are asking
them to do as far as responding to your presence. Come see another herding
One day/ one dog $60.00 Two day/ same dog $ll0.00
Auditors welcome $25.00
Bring your own chairs and lunch. There is a deli in Wallingford (8/l0 mile
from farm). Water is available at both farms.
Dogs must be on leash unless in arena working.
Please send checks payable to Chris Davenport at l26l East Street,
Wallingford, VT 05773. 802/446-2084 otterknoll @aol.com
Reservations must be made by May 2l, l999. Specific directions from where
you are coming from will be given upon reservation.
Wallingford is located on Route 7, south of Rutland, 9 miles; 40 minutese
from I-9l (Rockingham); an hour from Deb's place in Argyle and about l 3/4
hours from Albany (through Bennington).
Argyle is located on Rt 40; l/2 hr. from Glens Falls; about an hour from
Any questions? Call Chris Davenport 802/446-2084 or [log in to unmask]