4/18/15 :: At the Tricounty Collie Breeders Association specialty shows, Simon was Select Dog under judges Heidi Mendez and Lori Montero.
4/19/15 :: Judge Susan Abraham awarded Simon Best of Opposite Sex to Best of Breed at the Collie Club of Connecticut specialty show
4/25/15 :: Simon was Select Dog under judge Jeffrey Silverman Presley at the Collie Club of Western New York's specialty
4/26/15 :: Under judge Amy Gau at the Collie Club of Western New York's specialty show, Simon was Best of Opposite Sex to Best of Breed
5/1/15 :: Simon qualified in Started ducks at the Del Mar Herding club at Birdsboro, PA
5/2/15 :: In Started sheep, Simon qualified with Second in his class at the Colonial Rottweiler Club's Herding trial.
5/3/15 :: Simon won his class in Started ducks at the Colonial Rottweiler Club's Herding trial.
Keiko has garnered 8 points so far in our quest for her Championship!
10/4/14 :: Simon was High in Trial at an AHBA trial from the HTDs1 class. He earned a score of 86-1/2 out of 90 points, and finished his title the day after.
9/6/14 :: Simon, Ch. Camloch Sensation!, RN, HSAs earned another herding title when he completed his Herding Started duck title. This was at the Wine Country Belgian Tervuren Club's trial. Ducks are Simon's absolute favorite stock to work. He smiles and chatters his teeth with Joy as he works them.
At the same trial, youngster Caleb, Camloch Luminescence earned his first leg on his Herding Tested title working sheep. This young rough dog has so much natural talent, that it's exciting!
9/7/14 :: Simon and I were on a roll and qualified again the next day at the Rochester Collie Club's herding trial. We are learning to work as a team more and more every day. Ducks are difficult to work so it feels wonderful to be making steady progress working them.
Caleb completed his HT title at the same trial. It is exciting to work such a young dog and see where he is headed as a working dog in the sport that the breed was bred to do. He will also embark on a conformation career when he is ready.