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The How, What, Why, Where and When of joining UK Agility and entering shows.


Rules & Regulations, Measuring, Judges & Judging & Frequently Asked Questions.


It’s easy to organise a show; here are some essentials about running a UKA Show.

UK Agility… for all dogs

UK Agility was created specifically to provide agility competitors with a unique setting in which safety and fun for every dog is a key priority. Above all, the organisation aims to promote the growth of agility and raise performance standards by encouraging training in a competitive arena using reward-based training methods. This helps to improve dog and handler relationships and also helps create a friendly and relaxed environment for dogs, handlers, family and spectators.

Since its inception UKA has grown from strength to strength and now has over 14,000 registered Members, with around 1000 more joining each year. There are hundreds of days of competition available throughout the year, with all shows offering 4 jump heights and 4 levels enabling competitors to compete against dogs of similar size and ability. Casual classes are also available for older dogs and Nursery classes for the young or less experienced. Progression through the levels, both in Performance (Agility, Jumping, Games) and Steeplechase is achieved through a points-based system so every clear round is rewarded, encouraging consistency in each discipline.

About competing with UK Agility

For the Diary:

 UKA Grand Finals

3rd Jan 2021  and 16th Jan 2021

Cotswold RDA Centre, Cheltenham

Enter and compete with UK Agility

 World Agility Open

13th -16th May 2021

National Hippic Centre (KNHS) in Ermelo, The Netherlands

 The CSJ Agility Open

17th – 20th June 2021

Addington  Equestrian Centre, Buckinghamshire

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