Rally

Rally is a growing obedience activity that has only recently been recogonised by The Kennel Club (KC). We have a small number of Manchester Terriers now competing in Rally and we would love to see more of you enjoying the sport.

More about Rally

Rally is a form of obedience that involves the dog being at heel whilst navigating a course of numbered signs with various obedience related instructions. A judge preplans the course and at Level 1 (L1) there can be a maximum of 12 signs increasing to 17 signs at L5 and 18 signs at L6. At L1 and L2 dogs compete on a loose lead. At all other levels the dogs are off lead.

Competitors start the course with 200 points and deductions are made by the judge for errors such as a tight lead, out of position and not completing the exercise. Other errors may result in the disqualification of the dog. A score of 175 and over is a qualifying score and over 190 is an excellent score. At L1-4 progression from one level to the next requires three qualifying scores of 190 or better or six qualifying scores of 175.  At L5-6 progression from one level to the next requires three qualifying scores of 190 or better or six qualifying scores of 180.

More information can be found in the links.

Rally Links
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Rally obedience Manchester Terrier


Club Contact:
For more information about Manchester Terriers and Rally please contact:

Sue Pinkham
T: 024 7636 0549
M: 07803 517045
E: pinkham1000@btinternet.com


Rally News


Obreedience and Rally news

The Manchester’s Reunited and the Rat Catchers Obreedience teams have had a very busy week in what must be the hottest week we have had in decades. 

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Fun day – Rally Workshop and competition

Thanks to everyone who joined me and Vicki Sharpe at the Rally Workshop/practice session and for those of you entered the rally competition at the fun day on Saturday. We had 17 entries which was brilliant.

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