da Vinci Days Canine Frisbee Competition
A high flying competition for dogs and their owners. Registration begins at 9:30am; limit to first 20 teams
Madison Field on 11th Street
10:00 AM -
Enjoy a morning of flying discs and four legged competitors!
Novice and seasoned competitors are welcome to strut their
stuff at the da Vinci Days Canine Frisbee Contest. Registration
starts at 9:30am; limit to first 20 teams.
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2012 EVENT RESULTS
1st Place, 33 points Eric & Odin 3 year old Border
Collie/Spring Mix traveled from Portland (first time frisbee
2nd Place, 26 points Jason Terry and Oscar, 9.5 year old Border
Collie/Aussie mix traveled from Bend
3rd Place, 23.5 points, Julia Buck and Kit, 4 year old
half-baked, half-breed from our home town of Corvallis
4th Place, 22 points, Rich Roskopf and Allie, 3 year old
Aussie/Lab mix travled from Beaverton
General Competition Rules
The event will loosely follow the Skyhoundz Distance/Accuracy
Event Rules. Distance/Accuracy is a fast-paced event in which teams
attempt to score points by completing as many catches as possible
within various scoring zones in the time allotted. All levels
are welcome! Pre-registration not required, please register AT the
event at 9:30 am and is limited to the first 20 teams who sign up.
Handlers with multiple dogs may sign up a second team only after
everyone has a chance to sign up and event is not full.
Each human contestant must read and sign, without modification,
the da Vinci Days Canine Frisbee Registration Form, which contains
a liability waiver and publicity release. Competitors are
responsible for reading and understanding the competition rules
before they compete.
Because of time constraints, no practice throws will be
permitted at the event.
Female dogs in any stage of heat will not be permitted to
compete and must not be brought to the competition site.
Dog owners/trainers are required to clean up after their dog's
nature breaks. If a nature break takes place during any event, time
will be suspended until the break has concluded. During a nature
break, a thrower should maintain his or her position on the field
and should not attempt to gather discs or move closer to the
competing canine while time is suspended. Time will resume at the
conclusion of the nature break. Any clean-up necessary must be done
by the thrower upon completion of the round.
Where required by local ordinance, all participating dogs must
have proof of Rabies inoculation and license.