I call it feet, too. Well, perfect Saturday! 3 clean first place Qs and one fault in a 4th run- still 1st place Q. I'm wondering if we should have just entered level 2 right away, but at least he had a great time and we had some good runs to motivate us! One of our trainers was there trialing as well as a few friends, so we got a lot of input and had a lot of fun. Here are videos... Standard- I thought for sure we'd have a problem with contacts. I obviously baby'd them, but it worked! I was really surprised that he didn't hold his start line... he's never broken it before. The floor was pretty slick and he biffed it too, but we pulled it off for a clean run. https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?v=10151760105107705&l=5092931468745052655 Wildcard- Didn't go quite as smooth and he dropped a bar, but still first and a Q! https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?v=10151760275267705&l=6467812043187393622 Colors- Clean first place Q! https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?v=10151760376937705&l=5603175092269424108 And Snooker- A little iffy as I decided to change my cues for this course and NOT call the tunnels, but we still came in first! https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?v=10151760748317705&l=1247674949615425757 So proud of my guy for his first trial ever, at only 15 mos old. His breeder was very pleased and his uncle's owner even came to cheer us on. Also got to trial under my favorite Judge ever, Jerry McKenzie. Recon even had the same standard course that Frag did for his first trial.