WYSIWYG Welsh Terriers
Terrier Races
In terrier races, similar to other lure coursing, an artificial lure is followed to the finish. Up to six terriers race in each heat or final.

At a Jack Russell terrier event, the Jack Russell terriers are divided into many classes by sex, age and size (puppy, under 12.5", over 12.5", veteran, low-riders, etc). Welsh terriers and all other terriers are grouped into a class titled “colored terriers.”

Each terrier puts on their muzzle and a colored collar (for identification) just before the race and enters the starting box. The “starter” waves the lure in front of the terriers, who can see it through the plexiglass front, then drops the lure. The box opens and the lure leads the terriers to the finish - a small opening left in a stack of hay bales. The first dog not just to the hay, but THROUGH the opening wins!

The 150' straight course is covered in a matter of seconds by the terriers. Add about three hurdles and the hurdles race begin.

The Challenge Lure Course is also a favorite of all terriers. The terriers follow a lure through a course of jumps, tunnels, ramps and an A-frame. The course is usually at the Memorial Day Bash and is set up by the people of Doggie Fun Zone.

Wysiwyg Welsh terriers compete in racing at fun days and the Memorial Day Bash sponsored by the
Missouri Earthdogs club.
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The following Wysiwyg and Baileywyc Welsh terriers have participated in terrier races and/or the Challenge Lure Course:

Muzzles on and looking for the lure (Moose and Lleu).
The colored collar is put on just before entering the starting box.
Let the Races begin... Flat race on the left, hurdles race on the right.
The first dog through the haybales (not just to the haybales) wins!
News from the Memorial Day Bash 2002.

Challenge Lure Course 2002.
A BIG Thank you to Lynda S. who provided the photographs included on this page.