Congrats to all and good luck to those yet.
hi-tailyn wrote:Never should have started Open Shooting Dog that Sunday afternoon with it thundering the half hour before the afternoon braces started, then to be caught out on course 2 the farthest away from camp and haft to ride horses all the way back in the lightning.
There should be more common sense in charge. Not the run at all cost, even if you get struck by lightning. It was not fun ride back to camp.
A horse got killed not 1/2 mile from where we were on course 2. It could of easily been one of us as the horse.
There needs to be some guidelines set in place. Not just what the judge thinks. Even with the lightning strikes right on top of us, one of the judges wanted to continue like it was no big deal. Being tough is not the point.