NZ Association of rally Obedience

Rally-O for  Kiwis

Signs and Handbooks

NZARO Handbook

Signs and descriptions

NZARO HANDBOOK.

updated August 1 2017.

For up to date information about NZARO RallyO in NZ.

 

Forms and Events page

  • Joining NZARO
  • Running an event
  • Finding a Judge
  • Applying for a milestone patch

NZARO SIGNS & DESCRIPTIONS.

This publication includes illustrated descriptions of all signs which can be used in courses for NZARO Titles.

(updated August 2018)

RALLY-O SIGNS.

Download this pdf for a full set of A4 signs you can print yourself.

Includes standard, Zoom, Handy dog signs.

 

Demonstrations & LINKS

click here to view some videos of NZARO signs.
Click here to view other videos and links to good websites!

New Signs

NEW NZARO SIGNS.

Click on sign below to download A4 size publication of new signs

Around pole to heel

Around pole to side

Around & return to heel

Around & return to side

Backup centre

Spin left

spin right


Signs that can also be used in Zoom: Around pole to heel, around and return to heel, spin left


Judging

Click here to find more out about Judging.
  • How do you become an NZARO judge?
  • Some good course design software
  • Who are our NZARO judges?
 

Construction Zone

Limited Rally trials

 

Courses

Ladder 

For instructions and illustrations of how to make a PVC ladder, click here.

The Limited Rally Trial provides an opportunity for newer rally trialists, especially those in more isolated areas, to gain certificates towards their NZARO qualifications whilst reducing the amount of travel required. LRTs are primarily organised for the benefit of members of the organising club or training group, but depending on the number of participating members, the organising group may accept prior registrations from other NZARO members.

Click here to read more.

Click here to view some NZARO courses.
Click here to view some local NZARO rallyO providers.

Holding up Rally O signs.

1. Corflute and plastic pipe method. Click here for more details. 
2. Using wooden stands. Picture 1, picture 2, picture 3