Please note that the following standard classes may not be run at a lower jump height than qualified for, even for ‘not for competition’ (NFC).
Games are designed to test the handler and dog in dealing with the different elements of course strategy, distance control, and versatility. UKI competitions may contain one or more of the following:
The object of the game snooker is to score as many points within the maximum course time set by the judge. The scoring is the similar as the game snooker. However, the judge may place the obstacles in the ring in any way.
The judge will design a course consisting of 3 or 4 red jumps and one of each of the other snooker colors: yellow (2 points), green (3 points), brown (4 points), blue (5 points), pink (6 points), black (7 points).
Snooker consists of two sections. The opening section allows the dog and handler to collect as many points as possible by completing each red jump followed by any colored obstacle.
The second part, the closing, requires the dog and handler to complete the colored obstacles 2 through 7 in sequential order before course time has elapsed.
Results from these classes will not count towards UK Agility International progression.
UKI shows can obtain permission from UK Agility International to hold special classes. These may include, but are not limited to, Pairs, Teams, Knock Outs, Tunnelers and new games. The classes will not count towards UKI progression and the rules of each event must be stated in the schedule.