Collect ring cards on the day (showing the classes you are entered in and your running order).
The height categories in a class will be run in the order shown.
Letchworth vs. BATS vs. Milton Keynes vs. Wellingborough
Organised by Milton Keynes. Held at our training venue.
All proceeds donated to charity, Animals in Need Northamptonshire. Please bring a raffle prize on the day.
The club will pay for your entry and enter you into the classes on your behalf. We will try to give everyone as many runs as possible (maximum of 4 runs per dog). Please fill in your dog’s grade, height and whether you want lower height option.
Show opens at 8.00am – please arrive between 8.00am and 8.30am to help set up the equipment. Judging starts at 9.00am. Ring cards should be collected on the day.
Inter Club Match Entry PDF Form (can be filled in before printing or emailing)
An Agility Match is a small scale show, where the entry is limited to the members of the participating clubs – in this case Letchworth, BATS, Milton Keynes and Wellingborough.
As with Kennel Club shows, dogs must be registered with the Kennel Club, although we accept pet names on the entry forms. A dog that holds an Agility Certificate is not eligible for a Match.
There will be two rings: Agility and Jumping. Classes are organised by grade, there being several classes for which each dog is eligible.
Dogs are awarded points for each result in their class; the winning club is the one with the highest points tally.
Wellingborough are the current holders of the Inter Club shield.
The closing date for entries is this Friday 20th July.
There will be an envelope at the club this evening to collect any entries handed in.
Those helping at the show over the 3 days get 1 dog’s entries free and free camping.
Please see http://www.letchworthdtc.org.uk/agil_shows.htm for further details.
We are on Ring 4 at BATS on Sunday. If you want to come along and help on the ring and don’t have a ring party pass, you can collect one from the club on Tuesday.
It doesn’t matter if you haven’t been to a show before, someone will show you what to do.
Following our successful Agility Show at Huntingdon Racecourse last year, the Club donated £500.00 to Huntingdon Rugby Club (our hosts for the clubhouse, ring and camping areas) to be spent on equipment for their youth teams. They have purchased some banner feather flags for their mini age group teams to make it easier for everyone to find the correct age group.
Due to waterlogged ground, the Spring at Ramsey show has moved to a new venue at Market Harborough Showground.
The Market Harborough Showground
For those helping at the show, Sandra is judging on Saturday.
Each year we provide ring party at shows for other clubs. They reciprocate by providing a ring party at our show in September. Anybody who works on the ring for which we have provided ring party all day at these shows will receive a packed lunch, priority camping or car parking.
When entering any of these shows please put Letchworth Ring Party in the helper box on the entry form to ensure you are allocated to the Letchworth ring. If your dog is not yet ready to compete, you can still help at a show. Please see below for how to enter a dog “Not For Competition” (NFC).
If you would like to come and help at the show and want to bring a dog with you who is not competing, you will need to enter your dog “Not For Competition”. Dogs must be at least 4 calendar months of age and must be registered with the Kennel Club: either on the Breed Register or the Activity Register.
To register your dog on the Activity Register (for crossbreeds and pedigree dogs not on the Breed Register):
If you won out or moved up at a KC show or a UKA show during 2017, you can apply for a Winning Out Certificate from Agilitynet.
The online application form is https://agilitynet.co.uk/section/wo/
The deadline for applications is Monday 29th January.
Could anyone who has applied already double check their name on the New Years Honours List to ensure their details are correct.
David Anderson is collating a list of agility member’s competitive achievements for the AGM in February. You may have got your first clear round, won up a grade, qualified for a final, etc.
Please visit our Facebook Group and add a comment to David’s post by the end of January to record your achievements. Please follow the standard format below, one achievement per line e.g.
David and Fin – first clear round
David and Fin – won into Grade 2
David and Fin – qualified for Crufts
Alternatively you can email your achievements to David firstname.lastname@example.org
Could everybody make sure they have entered their Agility results for 2017 into the blue Points Folder by 30th January at the latest.