A very experienced agility trainer with over 17 years in the field, Amy and Fudge beat off plenty of competition. A first place in the singles jumping was on the cards until an unfortunate grading on one obstacle downgraded them to a close and well-earned second place.
Amy was thrilled with the performance. “We had lots of fun. Fudge took everything in her stride and rose to the occasion beautifully,”
Amy and Fudge, who is seven years old now, had much better luck in the Jumping round, with Fudge flying round clear in 31.18 seconds. That took her into first place for a while, but she was narrowly beaten by 0.04 of a second by seven-year-old Papillon, Masha (full name Livewire it's All Gravy), who came all the way from the U.S.A.
On Saturday, day three at Crufts, Amy competed as a team member with Corton’s Chaos Theory in Crufts’ team event. Again, Fudge performed brilliantly, completing a fabulous clear round, but at the end of the day, although the team got to the semis, it wasn’t quite enough to carry the team through to the finals.
Agility World was launched in 2013. The company is passionate about dogs and competing in agility championships. Their online shop was launched in 2013 and provides a wide range of dog care equipment and accessories.
Agility World’s owner, Sharon Roberts, said, “All credit to the whole team for an amazing effort. We’re particularly proud of our own Amy and Fudge.”
Find out more from http://www.agilityworld.co.uk.