Scurry Bandits will be putting on an extended programme of events at Sandringham Game & Country Fair, highlights of which will be the Rock for Recovery Charity Dash on both days, and the Junior Lintran Challenge on the Saturday.
Saturday they will be running the normal scurries – including a 70metre long bale jump
Also the Sandringham Mayhem
This consists of a 15 dummy pickup, run by a 3 man team with 3 dogs: fire shot, start clock, stop clock only when all 15 dummies are hanging on peg. All dogs on course at the same time.
They will also be running the Sandringham Dash in the World of Dogs Arena: 3 dogs, 3 handlers, 9 dummy pick up. The charity to benefit will be Rock 4 Recovery
This will be run maybe once maybe twice depending on numbers
The Lintran Junior Challenge will also take place on the Saturday; this is the final for juniors who have won over the course of the year so is by invitation only. Judges Nat Cannon and Frank Hopkins from Lintran
Finals day: Water, long retrieve, bales and pick up junior novice and open
There is the possibility of open gun dog scurries being run alongside the finals: this is yet to be confirmed.