Agility Trials & Other Events

 


Crocus Obedience & Kennel Club (COKC) hosts several agility trials each year.  The trials are sanctioned by the Agility Association of Canada (AAC).

The AAC is a non-profit organization founded for the promotion of uniform and safe standards for dog agility in Canada.  The AAC is committed to promoting inclusive, competitive agility at a local, regional, national and international level, for all handlers and dogs, without regard for pedigree.

Visit www.aac.ca for more information about the AAC.


COKC March 2020 Agility Trial

Trial dates are March 20, 21, 22, 2020 in the ACE arena at the Keystone Centre. Judges for this trial are Sandi Mayday of Edmonton, AB and Melanie Hart of Brandon, MB. Entries open January 10, 2020. Click below for premium list for this trial.

Agility Premium List March 20

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COKC May 2020 Evening Agility Mini Trial

Trial date for this Mini Trial is May 5, 2020 in Barn 3 at the Keystone Centre. Judge for this trial is Craig Peters of Narol, MB. Check back later for a premium list for this trial.

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COKC June 2020 Agility Trial

Trial dates for this trial are June 19-20, 2020 at the COKC grounds.. Judge for this trial is Debra Patterson of Lethbridge, AB. Check back later for a premium list for this trial.

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COKC September 2020 Agility  Trial

Trial dates for this trial are September 18, 19, 20, 2020 at the COKC grounds. Judges for this trial are Haley Warner and Brigitte Hunter. Check back later for a premium list for this trial.

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COKC offers several agility fun matches each year.  The fun matches are simply that:  fun opportunities for our students to come out and play with their dogs in a trial-like environment.

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COKC occasionally offers agility clinics that are typically presented over a weekend.  The clinics are meant to be both fun and educational, focusing on a particular aspect of agility.