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Agility Team GB Squad Selection for the FCI World Agility Championships

Following the team qualifying trials held on Sunday, 27 June, the squad for Agility Team GB to represent the Kennel Club at the 2010 World Agility Championships has been named.

Team GB Manager Steve Croxford said, 'Although the overall number of entries to the qualifying event was disappointing this year, the quality of the dogs and handlers was still very high. I am very pleased that once again we are taking a highly competitive team of dogs to the FCI Agility World Championships.'

The Team is:-


  • Nicola Garrett with Ag.Ch. Obay Truly Driven, Shetland Sheepdog (Team & Individual)

  • Dawn Weaver with Ag.Ch. Piquant Painted Sunshine, Miniature Poodle (Team)

  • Dawn Weaver with Ag.Ch. Tonring Just a Puzzle, Papillon (Team & Individual)


  • Bernadette Bay with Ag.Ch. Obay Truly Balanced - Shetland Sheepdog (Team & Individual)

  • Sian Illingworth with Falconmoor Shadow Dancer - Border Collie (Team & Individual)

  • Denise Wilkinson with Meisterwork Jexie Jangles - Border Collie (Individual)

  • Natasha Wise with  Ag.Ch. Raeannes Flipping Heck - Border Collie (Team & Individual)


  • Anthony Clarke with Blazing Red of Rujaff - Border Collie (Team & Individual)

  • Gregg Derrett with Nedlo Detox Sproglett - Border Collie (Individual)

  • Linda Hutchinson with Darleyfalls Dark Secret - Border Collie (Team & Individual)

  • David Munnings with Ag.Ch. Gunran Misteree - Border Collie (Team & Individual)

The FCI World Agility Championship is the premier agility event in the world. There will be representation from 32 countries with the top competitors representing each country. The venue for 2010 will be Rieden, Germany

Accommodation at the 2010 World Champs

This is a message from Kate Howard to Team GB Supporters.

It is with regret that I wish to inform you that I will not be organising any further Agility GB Supporters tours. For many and various reasons, I will not be travelling to Germany this year. I had organised several hotel options and have passed these on to the KC and will pass on the selected hotel information as soon as I get it.

You will need to fly to Nuremburg or Munich airports and car/minibus hire will almost certainly be necessary for transfers and daily travel as the venue is quite remote.

I do not know which hotel the KC has/is selecting but the problem with hotels is twofold. It is the beginning of the Octoberfest and the hotels tend to be small and homely rather than large and commercial. Getting small amounts of rooms is OK but large amounts are difficult. The best option seems to be to get to Amberg which, although seems further than some other places, is better served by roads in an area which seems very rural.

The hotels I contacted were:-

Source: Kate Howard  (05/05/10)

Germany to Host 2010 Word Champs

Reiden, Germany has been announced as the location for the 2010 FCI Agility World Championship event on 1-3 October 2010. The Championship event it is expected to be run on the dirt horse arena surface at the Gut Matheshof Event Center. This facility is north of Munich and east of Nuremburg.  More information about the facility can be found at



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