Trial Points

This site keeps trial points for the United States Border Collie Association (USBCHA) sheepdog and cattledog trials, and the Northeast Border Collie Association (NEBCA) sheepdog trials.


The United States Border Collie Handler’s Association, Inc. (USBCHA) is the sanctioning body for sheep and cattledog trials trials throughout the United States and Canada. It was founded in 1979 and has grown into an organization of more than 800 members. Members who qualify at sanctioned Open trials during the year are eligible to compete in the USBCHA National Sheepdog and Cattledog Finals to determine the champion Open dog and handler for that year.

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The North East Border Collie Association is a non profit club supporting the breeding, training, farm use and trialing of working border collies. The NEBCA region consists of Maine, Vermont, New Hampshire, Massachusetts, Connecticut, Rhode Island, New York, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Maryland, Ontario, Quebec, and the Maritime Provinces of Canada. NEBCA sanctions trials in these areas and promotes training opportunities.

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Border Collies

The working Border Collie has been bred for generations selected for those traits that make the best working partner on the farm or ranch.

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