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City of Birmingham Champ Show 2005
2005 has seen The Kennel Club, supported by Pedigree, take over what is viewed as one of the most important and prestigious singles agility events in the United Kingdom.
City of Birmingham Champ Show 2006
Dave Ray reports on all the excitement of the KC Olympia Novice Semi Finals and the Pedigree Pairs and Team Relay. (13/10/06)
Scone Palace, Perthshire, Scotland - home of the Stone of Destiny The Highland Agility Stakes Finals
Dave Ray travels to Perth for the Game Conservancy Fair, a gala Scottish agility invitational event and a great weekend north of the Border.
How to be a Mini Winner
Getting to the top of your sport is not easy. It takes more than a good dog and a good handler to make an agility round look simple. What do the ten Olympia mini finalist have that the rest of us lack? What turns a competitor into a winner? To find out, Mary Ann Nester went to the Pedigree Smackos Mini Agility Stakes Final held at the Olympia International Show Jumping Championships and spoke to the handlers, judge and sponsors.
Royal Show Logo The Kennel Club Olympia Agility Stakes Semi Finals
Judge's report from the last ever Royal Show at Stoneleigh. It may have been the last ever Royal Show at Stoneleigh, but show must go on. The agility was fast and furious. Report by judge Pauline Bar.

News & Qualifiers
The countdown to one of the biggest agility events of the year begins. Including all the Pedigree Agility Stakes Qualifiers and their running orders. How many can you identify? (06/12/02)

 Olympia 2001- Report
Virtually every country in the world now has its own national dog agility competitions but none has become more popular than the Pedigree Agility Stakes with its final held at the Olympia International Christmas Horse Show. Agility arrived at Olympia the year after it was invented in 1979, hence this is the twenty-third year that the finals have taken place here. Dave Ray talks about the Pedigree Agility Stakes, who is running this year and when. (20/11/01)
Olympians 2001
In the past, a hard copy catalogue used to be published for Olympia every year. It was very popular with the agility fraternity and provided a bit of background information about the dogs and handlers to us lesser mortals! Although the printed catalogue is no longer published, the Administrator has asked Agilitynet to create a special page to celebrate the 23rd anniversary of Agility at Olympia. So we wrote to all the competitors and asked them a few questions about themselves and their dogs.
Pedigree Grand National Final 2003
More than 2,000 dogs converged on Longleat in Wiltshire the weekend of 6-7  September 2003 to take part in one of the country’s biggest dog agility shows and to watch the Pedigree Novice Agility Grand National Final.  (15/09/03)
Pedigree Grand National Final 2004
Judge's report from the last ever Jumping Final at Longleat.  (21/11/04)

Olympia 2000
Ann Roberts would normally be writing this report about the Olympia Dog Agility Finals but a very sad series of events meant that she and her husband Gwyn, who was judging this year, had to leave the show just after it had started. Dave Ray updates the story... (29/12/00)
Town & Country Show 2003
Ann Roberts' report on the Pedigree Agility Stakes Semi-Finals at Stoneleigh. (06/09/03)