The Kennel Club Singles Agility winners have been crowned at this year’s Crufts, in the large, medium and small dog finals.
In front of the crowds at the world’s greatest dog show, Crufts, the three competitors won after competing against sixteen large, ten medium and ten small dogs at Crufts in both jumping and agility and then in an agility final.
Singles Agility Small
Britain’s Got Talent’s Ashleigh Butler and Sully, a Collie cross took the top prize on Friday 8th March, winning the Kennel Club Singles Agility small final.
Proud owner Ashleigh said: “Sully was super, he was a good boy.
“It was a very fast course, over and done with very, very quickly. It’s always a surprise when you win, but it’s obviously amazing to get to Crufts in the first place.”
Singles Agility Medium
Vegas, a Commission Collie cross and owner, Dawn Weaver from Portland, Dorset took the top prize on Friday 8th March, winning the Kennel Club Singles Agility medium final.
Delighted owner Dawn said: “Vegas is amazing. He already won the Olympia just before Christmas so it’s just amazing to win both. He is an incredible little dog.
“It seemed a long way round but the course was great so thanks to the judges for that. He is just a phenomenal little dog.”
Singles Agility Large
Pebbles, a Border Collie and owner, Natasha Wise from Long Buckby, Northamptonshire took the top prize on Friday 8th March, winning the Kennel Club Singles Agility large final.
Thrilled owner Natasha said: “I am so happy, she was just phenomenal. She doesn’t care about the crowd.
“I’m going to give her loads and loads of cuddles and affection tonight!”
To compete at Crufts, the winners had qualified by gaining points at heats held at Kennel Club licensed shows throughout the country.
Caroline Kisko, Kennel Club Secretary, said: “Very well done to all of the winners on their exceptional achievement at Crufts. It was great to see the bond between the pairs and there was some fantastic team work on display. We wish them the best of luck for the future.
“The Singles Agility finals are a wonderful competition and even qualifying is an amazing achievement so well done to every dog and their handler for competing.”
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