Want to support the USBCHA National Cattledog Finals and get cool stuff? We are doing a shirt/cap fundraiser. The proceeds off every purchase you make go directly to putting on the finals! We are offering a assortment of shirts and caps, as well as hoodies.
This is a limited time offer, so make sure to get your order in today! Hats are available in “one size fits all” and the colors shown here. Hooded sweatshirts are available in the colors shown and in “S”, “M”, “L”, “XL”, “2XL”, 3XL”. The Sweatshirts are $30 and Hats are $20.
To order call/text message Niyole Livingston at 641-223-3342 or email email@example.com. Please include name, item, color and size for the sweat shirts.
A team consisting of one handler directing a single dog to move a group of cattle around a course on a time limit. Each obstacle completed is worth points. The team with the most points and the fastest time wins! The video to the left explains a the trial and shows some teams competing.
Come out and watch some of the best dogs in the country competing to be the 2017 USBCHA National Champion. It begins on Thursday October 12th with the first of two qualifying rounds and runs thru Sunday the 15th where the top pointed handler and dog teams will compete in the double lift.
Sponsorships are a key part to make the USBCHA National Cattledog Finals possible. With the financial help of our many supporters, we can once again produce another great event which tests the skills of both working dogs and their handlers like no other in the nation.
The United States Border Collie Handlers' Association is an organization that sanctions sheep and cattle dog trials in the U.S. and Canada. It was founded in 1979 and the first USBCHA National Sheepdog Finals was held that same year. The first USBCHA National Cattledog Finals was held in 2001. The USBCHA's goal is to promote and preserve the working border collie, with an emphasis on the amazing ability to control stock in wide open spaces and take commands at great distances, but all breeds may compete at sanctioned trials and in national finals.
The American Border Collie Association is the premier registry of the border collie in the United States. The ABCA was founded in 1983 to register and promote the working border collie and provides funds to USBCHA trials, including the USBCHA National Cattle and Sheep Finals held yearly, as well as other events promoting working dogs, and funding health and genetics research.