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  • 2021 Election for New Officers - Updated

    The nominations are in for new officers of JCAC for 2021-2022. They are: President - Craig Coonrad Treasurer - Lisa Hansen Secretary - Ann Hammersly Training Director - Wendy Hultsman Members-At-Large: (3 to be elected): Christine Gibson Alice Nicholson Renee Stanneart Jeff Newman NOTE NEW DATE! The election will be held on Monday, June 7, 7 PM at the Patch. You must be a member to vote. Please attend the meeting and help elect our new officers and check out the many things going on this summer with the club!

  • New Trailer Image

    Members of Jumping Chollas got together, painted one of our trailers gold, and added this image on the west side of one of the trailers. We LOVE it! Thanks to everyone who played a part in making this happen!

  • Website Updates

    Results from the two April trials (AKC and NADAC) have been uploaded to the 2021 Results page.

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  • 2021 Results | Phoenix AZ | JCAC

    Top of Page 2021 JCAC Results ​ July 20 2021 NADAC Mini-trial July 29 Gamblers ​ July 14 2021 NADAC Mini-trial July 14 Weavers ​ July 7 2021 NADAC Mini-trial July 7 TNG ​ June 10 2021 NADAC Mini-trial June 10 Tunnelers ​ June 8, 2021 NADAC Mini-trial June 8 Gamblers ​ May 14-16 2021 NADAC May 14 Gamblers Regular May 15 Regular TNG May 16 Chances Jumpers ​ Apr. 16-18 2021 NADAC Apr. 16 Jumpers Regular Apr. 17 Barrelers Chances Regular Apr. 18 TNG Tunnelers Weavers ​ Apr. 10-11 2021 AKC Arp. 10 FAST JWW STD T2B Apr. 11 FAST JWW STD T2B Mar. 19-21 2021 NADAC Mar. 19 Gamblers Tunnelers Mar. 20 Jumpers Regular 1 & 2 TNG Mar. 21 Chances Regular 3 & 4 Weavers ​ Feb. 19-21 2021 NADAC Feb. 19 Jumpers Tunnelers Feb. 20 Barrelers Regular TNG Feb. 21 Chances Regular Rnd 1&2 Regular Rnd 3&4 Weavers ​ Feb. 13, 2021 NADAC - Jr Handler Trial Feb. 13 Regular TNG Tunnelers Jan. 22-24, 2021 NADAC Jan. 22 Chances Tunnelers Jan. 23 Gamblers Regular Weavers Jan. 24 Jumpers Regular TNG ​ Jan. 15-17 2021 AKC K9 Cares Jan. 15 JWW Ex/Mas16R JWW Ex/Mas4-24 STD Ex/Mas Jan. 16 FAST4-16 JWW STD T2B4-16 Jan. 17 FAST16P-24 JWW STD T2B16P-24

  • Agility classes

    Top of Page Classes Contact Training Director Class Application Forms Agility Classes ​ For more information about the training schedule, fees, and other policies, please click Training Information . Questions about classes? Use the contact form at the bottom of the page to get in touch with the Training Director. Puppy For puppies at least 5 months of age. Classes held once/week at Leaps and Bounds Dog Agility centre near 91st Ave and Pinnacle Peak. After graduating from Leaps and Bounds puppy class you may be eligible to enroll in Beginner II Contact Amber Abbott at or 602-481-9850 to sign up for the Puppy Class. ​ ​ Foundation & Relationship - Wednesdays 6:15 PM (7:15 PM in August) Focuses on the basic behaviors and tools which form the foundation for solid teamwork and obstacle performance. Starts training on contact boards, tunnels, hoops, operant learning, and more. Prepares you and your dog for Beginner I and higher. See the Schedule on our Training page for when this class starts. Foundation Application form NOTE : Our classes are popular, so there is often a waiting list for this class. Spots are offered on a first applied, first served basis. ​ Junior Handlers - Thursdays 6:15 PM Junior Handlers' minimum age is 12 years unless given permission by Instructor, Becky Gilbert. Two 16 week sessions each year starting September and February. Classes are held near 51st Avenue and Happy Valley Roads. Thursday evenings from 6:15 - For more information contact Becky Gilbert at . ​ Beginner 1 - Thursdays 6:30 PM Must have completed the Foundation and Relationship class or Leaps 'N Bounds (LNB) Puppy Class or Junior Handler class. Introduces you to training the contact obstacles, weave poles, jumps, and tunnels, and continuation of basic skills and tools that underlie handling, including stays (for start lines), recalls, and a release command. Introduces forward sends, rear crosses, front crosses and distance. ​ Beginner 2 - Thursdays 8:00 PM Must have successfully completed Beginner I or Leaps 'N Bounds (LNB) Puppy Class or Junior Handler class. Continues training of contact obstacles and weave poles, and introduces training for other obstacles including the tire and table. Introduces distance handling skills and turns, beginning of sequencing several obstacles, and beginning handling and side change skills. Works towards running a short course by the end of the session. ​ Intermediate I - Mondays 8:00 PM Must have successfully completed Beginner II class, Junior Handler class, or Puppy class. Completes the basic training of obstacles; begins focusing on handling, i.e., directing the dog through a course and continues handling and side change skills. Focuses on teaching turns, jumping skills, obstacle sequencing, blind crosses and rear crosses. ​ Intermediate II - Tuesdays 6:30 PM Must have successfully completed Intermediate I class. Focuses on handling tools such as wraps, and front, blind, and rear crosses; continues distance skills, introduces obstacle discrimination and develops additional obstacle performance skills. You will gain experience running medium length course sequences. ​ Intermediate III - Tuesdays 8:00 PM Must have successfully completed Intermediate II class. Introduces additional handling tools such as serpentines, sending to the backside of jumps, and 270s. Focuses on obstacle discrimination and continues work on distance, side changes, and obstacle performance skills. ​ Novice - Thursdays 8:00 PM Must have successfully completed Intermediate III class. Prepares you for Advanced/Competition class. Focuses on using and applying handling and performance skills and how to analyze a course sequence. Works the same exercises as the Advanced/Competition class in a simpler or shorter format. ​ Advanced/Competition - Mondays 6:30 PM; Tuesday 6:30 & 8:00 PM; Wednesday morning; Wednesdays 8 PM (no instructor) ; Thursdays 6:30 PM Must have successfully completed the Novice Class. Includes dogs at all levels of competition, and those who just want to perfect their skills but not compete. Works on more advanced skills, while polishing and further developing the foundation skills required in successfully running agility courses. NOTE : Wednesday evening's Advanced class is for instructors who want to run their dogs. It is also open to advanced handlers that want to run their dogs but without an instructor. ​ Distance - Mondays 5:30 & 6:30 PM Admission to Distance classes requires approval from the instructor and training director. 5:30 PM Class is ADVANCED Distance 6:30 PM Class is for Beginner Distance; NOTE : must be in at least the Novice class for Beginner. Classes are limited to 8 dogs. Don’t sign up unless you plan on attending all of the classes. ​ Course Class - Wednesday 8 PM & Thursday 8 AM For dogs which have successfully completed the Novice class and/or Intermediate III. Course analysis and performance. Wednesday evening class focuses on NADAC style courses. Thursday morning class focuses on running courses from NADAC, ASCA, AKC and USDAA. ​ ​ Not sure which class to register for? Other training questions? Contact our Training Director, Wendy Hultsman, using the form below. ​ ​ ​ Contact Us Thanks for submitting! Submit Class Application Forms

  • About Jumping Chollas Agility Club, Phoenix AZ

    Top of Page Our Team Members At Large Other Key Roles Our Team Effective June 2021 Craig Coonrad President Lisa Hansen Memberships & Treasurer Ann Hammersly Secretary Wendy Hultsman Training Director About Our Agility Club Jumping Chollas Agility Club (JCAC) was founded in December 1993 with a handful of charter members and 23 students as a non-profit agility training club and as a club to sponsor trials under the sanctioning of the North American Dog Agility Council (NADAC ). In 2013, JCAC created the Jumping Chollas of Greater Phoenix (JCGP) entity to be affiliated with the American Kennel Club (AKC), and now hosts AKC agility trials. In April 2019, Jumping Chollas of Greater Phoenix was approved to host AKC scent work trials. JCAC is located in the northwest Phoenix-Glendale-Peoria area of Arizona at 25128 N. 15th Ave. Phoenix, AZ 85085 , which features a two-acre site with 30,000 sq. ft. of sports turf. We train our students for competition in three agility titling venues: ​ North American Dog Agility Council (NADAC) American Kennel Club (AKC), and United States Dog Agility Association (USDAA). Our goals are to support the sport of dog agility and provide role models for responsible dog ownership. ​ In addition to agility and scent classes, we also organize and offer seminars, demonstrations, trials and other events . ​ Members at Large Jeff Newman Christine Gibson Renée Stanneart Other Key Roles Jared Gibson Jared Gibson NADAC Trial Chair AKC Trial Chair Carol Ketcherside AKC Trial Chair Sylvia Dorosh Webmaster, Forms, Facebook

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