Williams, Noelle – JUMPIN’ W BEA


Jumpin’W Bea, one of the more “senior citizen” dogs on the trial field remains athletic and keen as a 10 year old dog, bringing lots of trialing experience to the Soldier Hollow hill.

Bea’s handler, Noelle Williams,  lives in Winlock, Washington

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Jumpin’ W Bea is a 10 year old female Border Collie — a sleek and stylish, strong-eyed dog.  At 10 (often retirement age for these working dogs), she is still quite athletic and keen.  Over the years, she has won numerous competitive trials.

Noelle raised a hand spinner flock in Alaska from 1989 to 2005.  She raised and trained her first Border Collie in the 1980’s,”which was before everything,” so the only way for her to learn how to train a herding dog was to fly to the lower-48 for clinics, or fly the lower-48 up to Alaska. Noelle also had to fly to the lower-48 to earn enough trial points to compete in USBCHA Finals for a decade, until she moved the farm to the lower-48 in 2005.  JumpinW Farm now raises Katahdin sheep and resides in western Washington state. With the love and support of her husband, Dan Williams, Noelle has raised, trained and competed with dogs from my own breeding for over 30 years, as well as selling pups, trained dogs and helping others train their dogs.