UKI Trial Fees per run


UK Agility International is run by Greg and Laura Derret who founded UK Agility in England in 2004. It has now come to North America in the form of UK Agility International.

Mission Statement: To provide agility dog competitions that are designed with all competitors in mind; enabling all dogs to achieve a level of success, while promoting high standards in competing, training and judging of agility dogs.

Main Site: https://www.ukagilityinternational.com/Default.aspx

Quick Start Guide: https://www.ukagilityinternational.com/PDFs/UKIQuickStartGuide.pdf

Comparison of some aspect of UKI and AAC: click here 

Paws 4 Fun Agility will be hosting a UKI trial on June 23, 2018 and the judge will be Wendy Beard. The premium is available by clicking herePaws4Fun Agility members in good standing will have 24 hours to register for the trial before it is open to the general public.

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Results are available by clicking here (or by using the link on the tab bar).

Try Before you Buy Registration (TBYB) 

TBYB allows a new competitor to enter their FIRST UKI trial by sending a check payment for their entry directly to the show management without first paying for their new UKI membership. The competitor must first create an account, through the UKI web page and must notify UKI by emailing info@ukagilityinternational.com of their wish to do a TBYB. This means they will not have to pay immediately for their membership with UKI, or at all should they decide not to enter any other shows and do not want to keep any points they earned towards their titles. If after that first UKI trial, the competitor would like to maintain their UKI membership then payment for the handler and dog(s) registration will be due 7 working days after that trial. Failure to pay within the try before you buy period will result in all scores being void and the created UKI account being blocked. The TBYB may not be submitted using paper registration. TBYB is not available for a new dog registration from a handler who is already a member.