Crufts 2013 Updates
Otis, a four year old Miniature Poodle and owner David Wright from Odell, Bedfordshire have won one of the country’s most prestigious dog agility competitions after battling it out in the Kennel Club Singles Agility final for small dogs at Crufts, the world’s greatest dog show.
Triple dog agility world champion, Natasha Wise from Rickmansworth had a weekend to remember at the world’s greatest dog show, Crufts, as she received a special achievement award as well as winning the medium agility championship final with her world champion dog, Dizzy, and being part of the winning team in the team competition for large dogs.
Raeannes Aurora, a Border Collie and owner Rebecca Sargent from Newton-le-Willows, Merseyside won the Kennel Club British Open agility competition for medium dogs at the world’s greatest dog show, Crufts.
Scoot, a seven year old Border Collie and handler Will Rolfe from Andover, Hampshire won the Kennel Club British Open for large dogs at the world’s greatest dog show, Crufts.
The international event saw the top large, medium and small dogs from different countries, which qualified at the KC International Agility Festival in August 2012, take to the ring to compete in the final.