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11—13 October 2019

Bury Farm Equestrian Club, New Bury Farm, Mill Road, Slapton, Bucks, LU7 9BT
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AC Events is proud to be producing the British Agility Championships . This event aims to showcase the very best of British Agility and to provide handlers with an event that gives a prestigious atmosphere at this brilliant venue, along with an incentive to excel with large cash prizes and great support from our sponsors.
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Quick Fire Answer

  • All faults are converted to time
    (e.g., 5F = 5 seconds).
  • The competition is run over two jumping rounds & two agility rounds.
  • Handlers score points for the places they gain in each heat.
  • The top ten dogs from each height class, after the first two qualifying rounds, will go forward into the speed jump off final on Saturday.
  • The Top 15 Dogs after 4 rounds will progress to the British Championships final on Sunday
  • The fastest dog with the least amount of course faults will win the final.

Quick Fire Answer

  • This class consists of two jumping rounds and two agility rounds.
  • Handlers Score points for the places they gain in each heat.
  • The top scoring dog from each height class after the first two qualifying. rounds will go forward into the Speed Jump off final on Saturday.
  • The Top 10 dogs after 4 rounds will progress into the British Novice stakes final on Sunday.
  • The fastest dog with the least amount of course faults will win the final.

Quick Fire Answer

  • This is an Open class for any level of dog.
  • This course will be a jumping class that will include an a-frame.
  • Handlers run one single course.
  • The winner of each height class will progress directly into the Speed Jump off final on Saturday.
  • The fastest dog with the least amount of course faults will win.
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Sari Mikkilä, Finland

Sari Mikkilä, Finland
My agility journey started 1993with my shelties and I have competed actively with my own dogs since then. Now I have two shelties and one bordercollie at home. I like to take part in different kinds of training sessions and seminars to educate myself both as a judge and as a competitior.

When planning courses, I aim for speedy and flowing profile, incorporated with versatile choices and possibilities for handling - courses that also require technical skills and the ability to “read” the course-plan. Good lines for the dog and smooth to run.

I have been FCI qualified agility-judge since 2008. Although I have judged a lot since then and visit lot of countries, itґs always interesting to visit new countries and see all the competitors running with their dogs. Every competition, every day and run is always a pleasure and privilege to watch. I wish to the participants the best of luck and I hope you will enjoy the courses. Have fun with your dogs.

Alexander Beitl

Alexander Beitl
I became addicted to dog sport in 1994. I participated at the FCI Agility World championship and at the FCI European Open. In 2011 I became the head coach of the German National Agility Team.

Agility took over my life and I am still fascinated at this amazing dog sport as a handler, trainer and even as a judge.

I have been Lucky enough to judge the German Championship, German Classics, B.A.C.K., WAC tryouts as well as judging in at least 20 different countries.

I am honoured at the opportunity to judge the British Agility Championship. I am looking forward to setting handlers challenging and interesting courses.

Iain Patz - Novice Stakes

Iain Patz - Novice Stakes
I began agility 6 years ago with my border collie called Leo. Since then it has been a none stop journey of fun with all my dogs and the many new friends I have made on the way. I have managed to get 2 dogs from grade 1 to 7 as well as a third dog to grade 7. I have also been very lucky to compete internationally at the IFCS Agility Championships for the last 2 years.

I am very lucky to be able to judge agility as well, have judged Cruft Singles Qualifiers, Senior Olympia Qualifiers, Crufts Large teams heat, and OJAC 2018. I am looking to work my way toward Championship Judge Status in the future and feel very honoured to be asked to judge at the British Agility Championships 2019.

Bury farm equestrian club venue


Bury Farm Equestrian Club,
New Bury Farm,
Mill Road, Slapton,
Bucks LU7 9BT



11–13 October 2019

Dog Agility Training, Willow Tree Farm, Downington. Fairford Road, Lechlade, Gloucestershire GL7 3DL
Telephone 01367 252828
Email info@britishagility.co.uk
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