From the first day Carl met Peg, they have been inseparable. Being relatively new to trailing, the learning curve is a huge obstacle to over come. Carl bought Peg as a seasoned open dog, which helped make this a bit
Pip is a three-year-old, black and white, smooth coated Border Collie. Pip was born in Scotland and was brought over to Canada when he was 10 weeks old. The moment he stepped out of the crate, Scott and Jenny started
June is owned by Shauna Gourley of Plain City, Utah. June is a four-year-old tricolor, smooth coated Border Collie. She is out of Jep, a dog also running here at Soldier. Shauna says that June is the “fun police” at home –
TERRA, handled by SHAUNA GOURLEY (Plain City, Utah). Terra is a six-year-old, tricolor, rough coated Border Collie. Terra is kind of at the bottom of the totem pole in Shauna’s pack, but she makes up for it on sheep. Terra
Annie is handled by Bev Lambert from Andover, Conn. Annie was imported as a pup from the UK. Amanda Milliken, also a handler her, imported out of the litter and gave Bev a chance to have one. The litter
Lee is handled by Beverly Lambert of Connecticut. A seven-year old female, Beverly raised and trained her. She is the daughter of two dogs she ran for several years including at Soldier Hollow, Nan and Joe. Lee’s grandmother ran at
Storm is handled by Gordon Watt, who is originally from Ireland and now living in Illinois. A 10-year old, Storm is a please dog to have around – just a happy guy — loves kids, which can be unusual for
Dude is a three-year old male, handled by Gordon Watt, originally from Ireland and now living in Illinois. Dud is a young dog running in open for the first time this year. He competed in the USBCAH 2021 Nursery trials
Due to the nature of this event and the large crowds, spectator animals are not allowed at the Soldier Hollow Classic Sheepdog Championship & Festival.
Only animals involved in the Sheepdog competition, animal-based demonstrations, and service animals will be allowed access into the event. Should spectators arrive at the event with their animals, and it is not a leashed service animal, they will need to take their animals home prior to entering the event.