Youth Classes
Saturday, August 19th

Child and Youth handlers must be members of the JRTCA either as part of a family membership or as youth members. See the Child/Youth entry form for more information.

Class 156:

Child handler

Open to any youth aged 5 through 9, handling a Jack Russell Terrier, six months of age or older. This class is offered as an introductory experience in handling and learning about the Jack Russell Terrier. Judged on child's ability to present his/her dog and beginning knowledge of the Jack Russell. Quality of the dog NOT to be considered

Class 157:

Child Go-to-Ground

Open to any child aged 5 through 9, handling an adult Jack Russell Terrier. Judged on the child's ability to present his/her dog and knowledge of Go-To-Ground. To be run through the 10-foot Novice tunnel; time not to be considered. If the terrier is competing in a regular GTG class, it needs to run in the regular GTG class before It can compete in Child Go-To-Ground. (Non-Sanctioned).

Class 158:

Child Handler High Score & Reserve

Awarded to the highest scoring Child Handler and runner-up in classes. The points are awarded as follows: 1st = 8 points; 2nd = 6 points; 3rd = 5 points; 4th = 4 points; 5th place = 3 points, 6th place = 2 points, and participation = 1 point. (Non-Sanctioned, No entry fee).

Class 159:

Youth handler

Open to any youth aged 10 through 16, handling an adult Jack Russell Terrier. Judged on the youth's ability to present his/her dog and knowledge of the Jack Russell Terrier. Quality of the dog NOT to be considered.

Class 160:

Youth Handler Go-to-Ground

Open to any youth aged 10 through 16, handling an adult Jack Russell Terrier. Judges on Youth's ability to present his/her dog and knowledge of GTG. To be run through 10 foot novice liner. Time not to be considered. If terrier is competing in a regular GTG class, it needs to run in regular GTG class before it can compete in Youth GTG.

Class 161:

Youth Handler Agility, On Lead

Class 162:

Youth Handler Obedience

Class 163:

Youth handler high score & reserve

Awarded to highest scoring youth and runner up in classes. The points are awarded as follows: 1st = 8 points, 2nd = 6, 3rd = 4, etc.....Child and Youth exhibitors must complete a minimum of child and youth conformation and GTG to qualify for the child handler high score and reserve. In the case of a tie, it will be broken by a handling class to be held in the conformation ring, judge to be decided by trial chairperson.


Youth Classes
Sunday, August 20th

Child and Youth handlers must be members of the JRTCA either as part of a family membership or as youth members. See the Child/Youth entry form for more information.

Class 340:

Child handler

Open to any youth aged 5 through 9, handling a Jack Russell Terrier, six months of age or older. This class is offered as an introductory experience in handling and learning about the Jack Russell Terrier. Judged on child's ability to present his/her dog and beginning knowledge of the Jack Russell. Quality of the dog NOT to be considered

Class 341:

Child Go-to-Ground

Open to any child aged 5 through 9, handling an adult Jack Russell Terrier. Judged on the child's ability to present his/her dog and knowledge of Go-To-Ground. To be run through the 10-foot Novice tunnel; time not to be considered. If the terrier is competing in a regular GTG class, it needs to run in the regular GTG class before It can compete in Child Go-To-Ground. (Non-Sanctioned).

Class 342:

Child Handler High Score & Reserve

Awarded to the highest scoring Child Handler and runner-up in classes. The points are awarded as follows: 1st = 8 points; 2nd = 6 points; 3rd = 5 points; 4th = 4 points; 5th place = 3 points, 6th place = 2 points, and participation = 1 point. (Non-Sanctioned, No entry fee).

Class 343:

Youth handler

Open to any youth aged 10 through 16, handling an adult Jack Russell Terrier. Judged on the youth's ability to present his/her dog and knowledge of the Jack Russell Terrier. Quality of the dog NOT to be considered.

Class 344:

Youth Handler Go-to-Ground

Open to any youth aged 10 through 16, handling an adult Jack Russell Terrier. Judges on Youth's ability to present his/her dog and knowledge of GTG. To be run through 10 foot novice liner. Time not to be considered. If terrier is competing in a regular GTG class, it needs to run in regular GTG class before it can compete in Youth GTG.

Class 345:

Youth Handler Agility, On Lead

Class 346:

Youth Handler Obedience

Class 347:

Youth handler high score & reserve

Awarded to highest scoring youth and runner up in classes. The points are awarded as follows: 1st = 8 points, 2nd = 6, 3rd = 4, etc.....Child and Youth exhibitors must complete a minimum of child and youth conformation and GTG to qualify for the child handler high score and reserve. In the case of a tie, it will be broken by a handling class to be held in the conformation ring, judge to be decided by trial chairperson.