Working Trials Competitors’ Section

Elkhound Working Trials

Competing in Working Trials is very satisfying. Shows are held all over the country for each levelof trial, giving you the opportunity to compete regularly and meet likeminded people. Training for Working Trials takes place at societies and clubs across the country, as well as at a number of training weekends and courses, and there is a friendly social scene to be enjoyed. When competing at a Kennel Club licenced event, competitors should have a good understanding of the Working Trial and Bloodhound Trial 'I' Regulations.

Progressing in Working Trials

Confused about where to start in Working Trials Stake? Take a look at Progressing in Working Trials to get your questions answered.


Every year a Working Trials Club or Society hosts the Kennel Club Working Trials Championships on behalf of the Kennel Club. The Championships is the most prestigious event in the Working Trials calendar. For more information about the Championships, visit the 'Working Trials Championships' page.

The Kennel Club also lists licenced events held by Working Trials societies. To find out about upcoming events, take a look at the Events Diary.

Working Trials Liaison Council

The Working Trials Liaison Council is here to enable competitors and Working Trial Clubs to communicate with the Kennel Club. Want to get your voice heard? The Council is the key channel for you to make posi­tive changes to Working Trials. Proposals from the Council can result in fundamental changes in KC policy which means they're valuable to everyone involved in Working Trials. Made up of 18 representatives from all over the UK, the Council meets once a year to discuss matters that may affect you. For more information visit the Working Trials Liaison Council page.

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Working Trial and Bloodhound Trial Regulations
Amendments To I Regulations
Kennel Club Code of Conduct

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