Some articles on trials, held, trial, trials held:
... The first dog trials were held in Wanaka, New Zealand in 1867 with reports of trials at Wanaka, Waitangi and Te Aka in 1868, at Wanaka in 1869 and Haldon Station in the Mackenzie Country in 1870 ... kelpie named Brutus reported in the local paper in Young NSW as winning a Sheepdog Trial in 1871 ... in "The Versatile Border Collie," recounts the first sheepdog trials held in the United Kingdom "The first sheepdog trial was held in Bala, Wales, on October 9, 1873 ...
... The Canadian Olympic Curling Trials, known as the Tim Hortons Roar of the Rings since 2005 for sponsorship reasons, occur every four years, in the year preceding the Winter Olympic Games ... They are held to determine the men's and women's representatives at the next year's Olympic Games ... The system of qualification for the Curling Trials varies for each event, and can be quite complicated ...
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