Qualifying Stake/Qualified All Age Search

   For dogs that are over 6 months old that have never placed or been awarded a JAM in Open or Limited Staked or placed in an Amateur Stake or won two first places in qualifying stakes. This event is commonly viewed as the stepping-stone to all age events, although some say it is a pronouncement that the dog is now proficient enough to be competitive in all-age events. . The qualifying is one event where you can see the greatest variability in the difficulty of each series. There is typically a set of land marks, a land blind, water blind and water marks. The designation of QAA means that you can run a Limited or Special all age stake.

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