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Qualifiers & Finals

 You've got to be in it to win it!

The 4th Height Jumping Cup, sponsored by DogFest, is continuing for a further year in support of the introduction of a 4th height in Kennel Club tests. The competition is open to dogs measuring into the KC Large height (i.e. over 430mm).  There will be ten heats around the country during 2015/2016, culminating in the Grand Final in the main arena at the dog-centric public event DogFest 2016 at Great Park on 25-26 June. This exciting competition is your opportunity to try your smaller Large dog over a lower height, so please do give it a try.
Agility Challenge 2018
The Agility Challenge celebrates all that is good in the Agility calendar. It is one of the must try for annual finals for the rising stars of the Agility world.  In 2018 it is being organised by Country Shows Agility and, for the first time, is open to Large dogs G1-4.
The Agility Club Starters Challenge
This competition is open to all Grade 1-2 dogs of the correct size for each heat, but only those handled by an Agility Club member at the time of competing may qualify for the Final.
 Agility for Juniors Junior Open Championship
Aimed at encouraging Junior handlers to compete in Agility and to prepare them for future competitions.
Agria Brillo Bounce
The Brillo International Bounce was launched in 2013 by Graham Taylor as a competition exclusively for Small and Medium dogs. It was named after a small dog he used to have - and yes, you guessed it. It's Kennel Club name was Brillo Pad. In 2017 Agria Pet Insurance agreed to sponsor this competition as part of their overall programme to support the sport of Dog Agility.
The Animal Health Company Classic
An agility competition for all sizes in a Steeplechase style course that features the Westcott's Water Jump!
Agria Brillo Bounce
The Brillo Bounce was launched in 2013 by Graham Taylor as a competition exclusively for Small and Medium dogs. It was named after a small dog he used to have - and yes, you guessed it. It's Kennel Club name was Brillo Pad. In 2017 Agria Pet Insurance agreed to sponsor this competition as part of their overall programme to support the sport of Dog Agility.
Blenheim Palace Horse Trials Dog Agility Stakes
The Blenheim Palace Horse Trials Dog Agility Stakes, the brainchild of Sandra Adams, is a prestigious new competition for 2018 which will be open to Large dogs (full height only) G1-7.
Burns Welsh Handler of the Year
The Burns Pet Nutrition Welsh Handler of the Year competition is open to any Large, Medium or Small dog with a handler and/or owner (inc. joint) resident since 1 January 2015 or born in Wales. Dogs must run in two classes - one Agility and one Jumping. Times and faults are added together with the winner being the dog with fastest combined time and least faults. Eliminations are given 200 faults. In the event of a tie, a further Jumping round will be held to determine the overall competition winner(s). In the Jumping class, the winner of the Agility round will run last and so on down to 12th place, according to placing achieved. (Not size). There will be one set of awards for each class.
The Camddwr Cup
The Camddwr Cup consists of eight heats which are held at various Kennel Club licensed agility shows around the country under KC rules and regulations. These heats will run throughout the year with the Grand Final being held by kind permission of the  Dog Vegas team, at the Bakewell Agility Show in September. The first four handlers and dogs from each heat will be invited to compete in the final. It will be open to eligible dogs from Grades 3-5.
Crufts Qualifiers
A series of competitions run over a year culminating in the largest show of the year.
CSJ Highland Agility Stakes
CSJ Highland Agility Stakes is the only competition for senior and advanced agility dogs (G5-7) which open to competitors from across the UK but with qualifiers and finals exclusively held in Scotland. It consists of two agility classes - a Preliminary event and the Final, run to KC rules and regulations with jumps at full height. It's aim is to showcase the best of Scottish agility!
First Contact - Large G6
A competition with 10 qualifying heats for Large dogs eligible for Grade 6.
First Contact Master Series
Open to all UKA Champion Level Performance dogs over agility and jumping courses.
First Place Processing Large G1-3
A competition with 10 qualifying heats for Large dogs eligible for Grades 1, 2 & 3.
Just So Jump & Twist Pairs
It will be for all heights - Small, Medium and Large -  and the results will be combined.  One dog will complete an agility course and the other dog a jumping course. 

The Kennel Club Olympia ABC Agility Stakes
This competition is a special agility competition open to all dogs excluding Border Collies, Working Sheepdogs and any of their Crosses.

The Kennel Club Olympia Large Agility Stakes
For Large dogs competing at Grades 6-7.
The Kennel Club Olympia Medium Agility Stakes
This competition will be classified as combined Grades 1 to 7 and judged under the Kennel Club Regulations for standard classes.
The Kennel Club Olympia Novice Agility Stakes
For Large dogs competing at Grades 3-5.
The Kennel Club Olympia Small Agility Stakes
This competition will be classified as Small Dog combined Grades 1 to 7 and judged under the Kennel Club Regulations for standard classes.
The Kennel Club Small Mixi Pairs
This is a competition consisting of eight heats of jumping. The competition is open to small dogs, partnering either a medium dog or a large dog, and heats will be scheduled as a Special combined
class for Grades 1 to 7.
The Kennel Club Starters Cup
A competition for the rising stars of Agility G1-2 with final at Discover Dogs.
Laser Knockout Pairs
The class will be open to all sizes and grades of dogs. Pairs can be two Large dogs, two Medium dogs or two Small dogs.  Pairs cannot be a mixture of sizes.
Longhedge Show Processing (LHSP) Large ABC Jumping
A competition with 10 qualifying heats for all Large dogs excluding Border Collies, Working Sheepdogs and their crosses (Any breeds but Collies).
LOW 550
LOW 550 is a national jumping cup competition for handlers wishing to compete in a prestigious qualifier at the same height as the Lower Height Option at Kennel Club Agility tests. Sponsored by the internationally renowned SMART (Sports Medicine and Rehabilitation Therapy) Clinic, this special event is open to all dogs in the Large height category (i.e. measuring over 430mm at the withers) with hurdles set at 550mm.
LOW 550 Scotland
LOW 550 Scotland  is a Jumping Cup competition for handlers wishing to compete in a prestigious qualifier at the same height as the Lower Height Option at KC Agility tests. This Special sponsored event is open to all dogs in the Large height category (i.e. measuring over 430mm at the withers) and with hurdles set at 550mm. The organisers are the same people who are doing the 4th Height Jumping Cup and the LOW 550, with the addition of a Scot to help out locally. All are 4th Height Supporters.

SAM'S LOW Steeplechase Cup
After the success of SAM's League, Emily Osborne was asked about running a qualifier for Small and Medium dogs as they often could not enter LHO classes. Itís been more work organising than she expected but really fun to see how the idea has developed.
Triple Team Qualifier
The Triple Team Qualifier (TTQ) is a team agility event for three handler/dogs of any height combination, organised by Hannah Grantham. Heats will be held throughout 2015 with two teams from each heat qualifying for the final Who will be crowned the TTQ Champions?