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Warren Mick

President

Northeast Border Collie Association

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Northeast Border Collie Association

Background Information

Affiliations

NEBCA INC

Board Member


Education

several degrees

mechanical engineering

Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute


Web References(18 Total References)


Judges

We wish to welcome the following judges to the 2011 National Sheepdog Finals in Carbondale, Colorado: Norman Close, Warren Mick, Frank Cashen, and Peter Gonnet.
Warren Mick -- Altamont, New York Warren Mick has had Border Collies for over twenty years and has been training and competing with them for nearly as long. He currently lives in Altamont NY with his wife Maria and eleven BCs. Warren is an engineer by trade and worked in the GE gas turbine engineering division until 2007. Warren's BC experience started in 1989 with a pup bred by his sister. Since that first dog, the world of working sheepdogs has become an all-consuming passion. He spends much of his free time training and working his own dogs but also enjoys giving lessons and helping others in training. Warren competes with his BCs at trials around the country and has run in nine USBCHA National Finals and many regional championships. He has put on numerous trials and helped organize many regional finals competitions. He has twice been a director for the USBCHA and has held many positions in the Northeast Border Collie Association. Warren usually takes on several judging assignments each year, and has been fortunate to have been a judge for USBCHA finals in 2006, the Bluegrass Classic in 2006, 2007 & 2011 and the Lacamas Valley Trial in 2010.


http://www.sheepdogfinalsblog.com/about-the-judges

The judges for the 2011 National Sheepdog Finals will be Norman Close of Coeur d'Alene, Idaho, United States; Warren Mick of Altamont, New York, United States; Frank Cashen of Enniscorthy, Co.
Warren Mick Warren Mick Warren Mick has had border collies for more than twenty years and has been training and competing with them for nearly as long. He currently lives in Altamont, New York, with his wife, Maria, and eleven border collies. Warren is an engineer by trade and worked in the GE gas turbine engineering division until 2007. Warren's border collie experience started in 1989 with a pup bred by his sister. Since that first dog, the world of working sheepdogs has become an all-consuming passion. He spends much of his free time training and working his own dogs but also enjoys giving lessons and helping others in training. Warren competes with his border collies at trials around the country and has run in nine USBCHA National Finals and many regional championships. He has put on numerous trials and helped organize many regional finals competitions. He has twice been a director for the USBCHA and has held many positions in the Northeast Border Collie Association. Warren usually takes on several judging assignments each year and has been fortunate to have been a judge for USBCHA finals in 2006, the Bluegrass Classic in 2006, 2007, and 2011, and the Lacamas Valley Trial in 2010.


Meet the Judges

We are very pleased to have some of the best judges from around the world with us for the 2006 National Sheepdog Trials - Aled Owen from Wales, Ray Edwards from England, Dal Kratzer from Michigan and Warren Mick from New York. Warren Mick and Ray Edwards will judge the first round of Open.Dal Kratzer, Ray Edwards, and Warren Mick will judge the Open Finals. Warren Mick - New York Warren Mick currently lives in Altamont NY with his wife Maria and eleven Border Collies.Warren grew up in Staten Island New York and relocated to upstate NY when he attended College.He earned several degrees in mechanical engineering from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute and has since worked for General Electric in the Power Systems division. Warren's experience with sheepdogs started in 1989 with a pup bred by his sister.Since that first dog, the world of working sheepdogs has become an all-consuming passion.He spends much of his free time training and working his own dogs but also enjoys giving lessons and helping others in training.Warren competes with his BCs at trials around the country and has run in six USBCHA National Finals and many regional championships.He has put on numerous trials and helped organize many regional finals competitions.Warren has been a past director for the USBCHA and has held many positions in the Northeast Border Collie Association including President, Secretary and is currently on the NEBCA Board of Directors.


Taipei Times - archives

Warren Mick, a border collie owner and trainer in upstate New York who is president of the Northeast Border Collie Association, said, "I've had dogs that could pick up something with one experience." He also said he had no doubt the dogs learned specific words.


Lucinda's DogBlog

Warren Mick, a border collie owner and trainer in upstate New York who is president of the Northeast Border Collie Association, said, "I've had dogs that could pick up something with one experience."He also said he had no doubt the dogs learned specific words.


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