Sarah Hedderly Canine Fitness Workshop
A couple of spaces have become available for the Sarah Hedderly Canine Fitness workshop at Bodelva Barn on 13th October. This will be a full day (6 hour) workshop with a mix of both theory and practical work. The aim is to give you an understanding of appropriate exercises to help improve performance as well as to help reduce injury.
To find out more and to book a place please complete the booking form and return it to Kim at the address on the form.
Set up day is on Friday 14th September and all helpers are welcome.
We will feed you and keep you entertained. An hour of your
time would be really appreciated to help set up the rings. You
can also try out the Hoopers course to see if it works ok.
There are lots of KC changes up for discussion at the next Agility Liaison Council meeting and we are pleased to announce that our area representative, Chris Huckle, will be holding an ALC meeting on Saturday 7th July at the showground. The meeting will start when the rings have finished for the day.
For those who want to try Hoopers there will be a Hoopers ring on Saturday and Sunday. Hayley Laches from Canine Hoopers UK has kindly sent a beginners course plan for us to put up on Saturday. It will cost £1 a go. You can have a practice run first and then see if you can get a clear round for a clear round rosette. The money raised will go towards the cost of the rosettes.
On Sunday, Christine Bennett and Margaret Goulden will be setting some Hoopers competition courses for you to try. If anyone can spare a little time to help on this ring that would be great.
Show info and schedule
The schedule for the July show is available
here and can be entered through
Agility Plaza. The show will be held on Saturday 7th and Sunday 8th July at
The Royal Cornwall Showground, Wadebridge, Cornwall, PL27 7JE.
You can enter four classes on each day and there will be LHO available for everyone. The larger classes will have split results. We have included a steeplechase this time as this has proved popular in the past and is ideal for young dogs or dogs that need a bit of a confidence boost. It's ideal if you just want a bit of fun as well.
Many thanks to our all of our great sponsors shown below.
Beginners now start at 7.00pm and competing dogs at 8.00 while we still have enough daylight in the evenings.
Many thanks to all those who came to the AGM.
It was a very positive meeting with lots of good suggestions made.
Many congratulations to all our annual award winners as follows:
Veteran Dog Trophy - Susan Holden & Sam
Cliff Howes Trophy - Tina Simpson & Phoenix
Clear Round Trophy - Karen Biggs & Flynn
ABC Trophy - Tina Hugh & Sidney
Anysize Trophy - Alistair Davis & Spot
G1-2 Trophy - Alistair Davis & Lad
Lizard Sml/Med Trophy - Tina Hugh & Alfie
Independent League Trophy - Kim Lawer & Bandit
Veteran Handler Trophy - Maureen Davis
Threetone Tobias Award - Kate Cook & Phoebe
For those that we havent been able to give the
awards to yet, hope to catch you at the March Match
Entries to our shows
All entries to shows using the egility system are now being taken
Agility Plaza website. People wanting to enter our shows
or any other shows that use this system will need to register with
the site. It's completely free to register and you will be
able to see your results online. You will also be able to see
all of your UKA results and you will be able to enter and pay for
UKA shows through the site.
You will still be able to enter our matches through SWAP.
Please note: Some people are asking why we changed to Agility Plaza and the answer is we had no choice. We wanted to carry on using the e-gility system and SWAP no longer processes the entries for any club using this system. It will be the same for any club that uses e-gility. It has to be done through Agility Plaza. Agility Plaza works closely with SWAP.
Polo shirts like the one Kim is wearing and embroidered with the club logo can be ordered through the website.
For information on the sizes and ordering please see the club clothing page.