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UK Agility Grand Finals

The 2020 UK Agility Grand Finals will take place on the 24th and 25th October 2020 at Addington Equestrian Centre in Addington, Buckinghamshire.

Focusing solely on dog agility, The UKA Grand Finals is the culmination of many heats, hotly fought at UKA shows throughout the year, to reach one of the nine prestigious Finals.
Dogs at all levels, from Beginners to Champ will be showcasing their agility abilities in Agility, Jumping, Steeplechase, Games, Pairs and Teams classes.

Rules of the Heats 2020

Rules for all Grand Final Qualifiers can be downloaded here.

Heat Rules
Heat Rules

2020 Schedule of Events

Downloadable PDF ring plan and schedule of events.

2020 Ring Plan
2020 Ring Plan
2020 Check In Times
2020 Check In Times

2020 Qualifier Heats Diary

Find out what qualifiers each show is hosting throughout the year.

The Heats
The Heats

Saturday Provisional Running Orders

Provisional Running orders can be downloaded here from early October 2020.  These will not be updated here if people withdraw and reserves take their place.
Final versions will be produced at the Grand Finals once check in has finished for each event.

Canine Conditioning Masters
Canine Conditioning Masters
Clear Qs Snooker
Clear Qs Snooker
Dog StreamZ Pairs
Dog StreamZ Pairs
SWAG Beg. Steep. Semi Final
SWAG Beg. Steep. Semi Final
Norton Rosettes KO
Norton Rosettes KO

Grand Final Information Sheet

Download and print your daily information sheet which includes information on the venue and timetable plus the 2021 Grand Finals Heat Diary.  Available early October 2020

Saturday
Saturday
Sunday
Sunday

Sunday Provisional Running Orders

Provisional Running orders can be downloaded here from early October 2020.  These will not be updated here if people withdraw and reserves take their place.
Final versions will be produced at the Grand Finals once check in has finished for each event.

Agility World Team : Agility
Agility World Team : Agility
CSJ Grand Prix Semi Final
CSJ Grand Prix Semi Final
Agility for Juniors Jumping
Agility for Juniors Jumping
Dogeria Challenge Jumping
Dogeria Challenge Jumping
Click here to buy tickets for the 2020 UKA Grand Finals.
Click here to buy tickets for the 2020 UKA Grand Finals.

All about the Grand Finals Venue

Addington Manor Equestrian Centre is one of the finest equestrian centres in the UK with an unrivalled range of facilities. With 5 outdoor all weather arenas, enormous grass fields & 2 state of the art indoor arenas, we won’t be short of space.

Venue Website
Venue Website

The 2020 Grand Final Judges

Natalie Webb and Shaun Hunt

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Natalie Webb

Natalie studied Animal Behaviour and Welfare at The University of the West of England and currently lives in Gloucestershire with her four dogs.

She has been competing in agility for over ten years and has taken part in most of the major UK finals. She started out with Shelties but is now probably better known for running Belgian Shepherds. She was lucky enough to represent Team England at The World Agility Open in 2013 and was a member of the Team GB squad in 2015.

Natalie is a Kennel Club Championship and GJP Approved judge. Some of her biggest appointments to date include the Republic of Ireland EO try-outs and the Open Junior Agility Championships. She has been selected to judge at the World Agility Open in 2022 and looks forward to awarding her first challenge certificates at The Agility Club show in 2020.

To view a sample of Natalie’s courses, Click here

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Shaun Hunt

Shaun began competing in agility over 30 years ago. He currently competes at Grade 7/Champ with his two Border Collies. Over the years Shaun has competed at every major British Final and represented GB and England on many occasions. He has gained Agility Champion, Masters Champion and World Agility Open Biathlon Champion status along the way, with his current dog Phix.

Shaun has been judging for over 20 years at both KC and UK Agility shows including judging at several UKA finals before the inception of the Grand Finals.

Shaun has been lucky enough to have competed at every UKA Grand Finals since it began and is now looking forward to the new test of Judging at the event. He feels it’s important to give back to the sport he loves and hopes he can do justice to this amazing event in his new role.

To view a sample of Shaun’s courses, Click here