Co-sponsors of the 2023 Winning Out Certificates


For the rising stars of agility...

  The Naylor Agility Challenge

Naylor Agility, a leading manufacturer of competition tunnels and equipment, has continued their support of the agility community with the title sponsorship of the Agility Challenge.

The Agility Challenge, open to Large dogs Grades 1 Ė 4, was first held in 2009 and is now in it's 15th year. The competition aimed at both experienced and new competitors with Large dogs is certainly one to look for on summer schedules and add to your aims for 2024.

The Naylor Agility Challenge qualifiers and final location will be announced in February along with this year's final judge. The 2024 edition will host eight qualifiers, taking the top five competitors from each to the final at the end of the Agility summer season.

Naylor Agility have recently launched the new Non-slip+ Tunnel which has improved grip. These will be featured throughout the competition along with Naylor Agility tunnel straps. Made it Britain and with 40 years experience, their products provide a safe a reliable experience for your dogs.

John Grice, Naylor Agility MD, commented, 'We are delighted to support the forthcoming Naylor Agility Challenge and we look forward to each of the qualifiers and the final at the end of the year.  We do find our involvement with clubs, trainers, teams, and competitions beneficial in understanding what is required at the highest level.  This involvement has resulted in  more new development of our NON-SLIP+ tunnels, NON-SLIP Sandbags and end caps, which have been extremely well received by the agility community.'

Luke Taylor of Country Shows Agility, said 'We are really pleased to welcome Naylor Agility as the title sponsor of the Agility Challenge. The competition was set up by my dad, Graham Taylor in 2009, with the aim of offering competitors with lower grade dogs a chance of a final in a public environment. Finalists have gone on to many successes including competing at Crufts, London International Horse Show (Olympia) and representing their countries on the international stage. We have always had Naylor Agility products with our equipment and it's great to grow the partnership that has been going since the late 80s.'

Look out for updates through the summer to on the competition as we find the 2024 Naylor Agility Challenge champion.

The full range of Naylor Agility products can be found at www.nayloragility.co.uk . Social media updates can be found on Naylor Agility and Country Shows Agility.


Heat 2
Dalton Comes Out on Top

Dalton Meredith took the top spot again at Worcester Premier Agility show this year with his dog Fandabidozi Bow Wow Kapow. Having won the 2023 qualifier Fandabidozi I Have A Crush he proves he has a fantastic set up as he secures his place at this years final once again.

Judge Rachel Woodman set a fantastic course which saw 150 partnerships try to gain a top 5 place which would qualify them for the final at Mavlern Autumn Show.

Congratulations go to the qualifiers below who will be receiving an invitation to 2024 Naylor Agility Challenge Final.

  1. Dalton Meredith with Fandabidozi Bow Wow Kapow - 27.867 (C)

  2. Abigail Phillips with Psychosonic Sadie - 29.483 (C)

  3. Jo Burt with Fly We've Only Just Begun - 32.117 (C)

  4. Julia Edwards with Pollgina Editoo Joshua - 37.294 (C)

  5. Gaye Doig with Melindhowr of Portscatho AW/B - 37.57 (C)

now in its 15th year, the competition  celebrates the raising stars of Agility with qualifiers around the country. Entries are still open for the July and August heats so why not try to qualify for the final in September.

The final will take place at itís traditional location at the Malvern Autumn Show, one of the autumnís premier outdoor events. Attracting over 40,000 people across the three days of the event, the 2024 Naylor Agility Challenge final will take place in the main attractions arena of the show on Sunday, 29th September.


Heat 1
Naylor Agility Challenge Kicks Off at North Somerset

The 2024 Naylor Agility Challenge kicked off in style at North Somerset Show on Early May Bank Holiday Monday with nearly 70 competitors looking to gain a top five placing to qualifier for this year's final at Mavlern Autumn Show.

Congratulations goes to Nicky Woods and Fionn who took the top spot in Julian Bartram's open and flowing course. The partnership qualify for their first final of their agility career.

The top stop was hotly contested by grade 1 Nova, handled by Beth who was just 0.400 seconds behind top place. These two partnerships will certainly be close come the final at the end of the season.

Congratulations go to the below qualifiers who will be receiving an invitation to 2024 Naylor Agility Challenge Final.

  1. Nicky Woods with Fantastic Mr Fionn - 25.395 (C)

  2. Beth Hunt with Obione Kenova - 25.785 (C)

  3. Terry Bennett with Princess Tally - 27.861 (C)

  4. Lynne Davies with Ready Steady Here Comes Rex - 30.151 (C)

  5. Lou Pink with Raesfell Cosmic Dream - Clear 35.933 (C)

Thanks must go to Julian for setting a great course which allowed for an exciting competition and to North Somerset Show who have supported the Agility Challenge since 2014 by hosting a qualifier.

The final will take place at it's traditional location at one of the autumn's premier outdoor events, The Malvern Autumn Show. Attracting over 40,000 people across the 3 days of the event, the 2024 Naylor Agility Challenge final will take place in the main attractions arena of the show on Sunday, 29th September.

We are delighted that the final will be judged by championship judge Hannah Grantham. Hannah has a wealth of experience judging experience, having qualified as a championship judge in 2018.

To celebrate Naylor Agility's support of the Agility Challenge you can use the code CSA10 to get 10% off on the Naylor Agility website www.nayloragility.co.uk.

The full range of Naylor Agility products can be found at www.nayloragility.co.uk . Social media updates can be found on Naylor Agility and Country Shows Agility.

About Naylor Agility
Naylor Agility is a UK-based company that manufactures and supplies high-quality agility tunnels in a variety of colours, lengths and different size. Spring wire determines the weight of the tunnel which are medium and heavy duty.

Medium weight tunnels can be used at home or for small clubs where you have a few dogs. Heavy weight tunnels can be used at clubs with a lot of 'traffic' or large/boisterous dogs where you need more stability.

Not only do our agility tunnels concertina down for easy storage, but they are also waterproof, easy to clean and durable.As all agility products are made right here in the UK, they have a lower carbon footprint than similar imported agility tunnels.

First published 10th May 2024 and updated regularly

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