Can anyone explain NADAC to me?

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  1. Laurelin

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    I want Summer to jump 4". What is the difference with skilled and proficient?

    Is her division veteran? Or is that indicating a veteran handler?

    So confused.

    Here's what I'm looking at:

    PLEASE INDICATE THE JUMP HEIGHT YOU ACTUALLY WANT YOUR DOG TO JUMP
    Proficient Standard Division jump: 8 12 16 20 20+ PROFICIENT
    Proficient Vet/JH/VH jump: 4 8 12 16 16 PROFICIENT
    Skilled Standard Division jump: 4 8 12 16 (no 20 inch option) SKILLED
    Skilled Vet/JH/VH jump: 4 4 8 12 SKILLED

    ^^^ Which am I? She's 9.5 inches and 10.

    Also this:

    Please write in your:
    Level = Novice, Open or Elite
    Division = Standard, Veteran/Jr. Handler (only applies to classes with jumps) or Veteran Handler
    Class Level Division Fri. Sat. Sun. Total Runs
    Regular 1 1 1

    ^^^ is that correct?
     
  2. MericoX

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    Profic Vet 4", Novice.
     
  3. Laurelin

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    Ok that's what I thought.

    So I'd circle 4" prof/vet and then under class I'd put novice and division I'd put veteran?

    what is skilled vs proficient though?
     
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    Ok so what I'm gathering is that's like championship and performance, right?

    Since Summer is would jump 8" normally, I guess it doesn't matter if she runs skilled vs veterans because she can only be bumped down once to the lowest height possible, which is 4" right? But if I had an old 16" dog then it could be bumped down twice to 12.

    Darn short dogs.
     
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    I think I'm getting it. All these rulebooks are confusing. Finally figure out one then cna't figure out the others. May do jumpers and touch n go...
     

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