Heelwork To Music

Heelwork to Music Show Judges training
Judges at Kennel Club licensed Heelwork to Music Shows are expected to maintain and abide by the highest standards, adhering to Kennel Club regulations and the judges' Code of Best Practice. There are three judges for each Heelwork to Music or Freestyle class
Training seminars for Heelwork to Music Judges
All judges must be fully conversant with the Heelwork to Music (L) Regulations. A very effective way to achieve this is by attending a Kennel Club Heelwork to Music Regulations and Judging Procedure seminar
Kennel Club Heelwork to Music Accredited Trainers & Presenters
The trainers listed below have been accredited by the Kennel Club to provide judges' training on Heelwork to Music Regulations & Judging Procedures.
Heelwork to Music Awards
In 2009 it was announced that the Kennel Club will be issuing certificates for those dogs gaining their Heelwork to Music Excellent Awards.
Heelwork to Music
Set to music, competitors devise routines of up to four minutes, and perform with their dog.
Heelwork to Music at Crufts
One of the highlights of a Heelwork to Music (HTM) competitor's career is the opportunity to compete in front of an audience of thousands at Crufts.
Getting Started in Heelwork to Music
Heelwork to Music at CruftsTo compete in Heelwork to Music, you will need to meet a couple of formal requirements; most importantly, though, you will need to have thoroughly trained your dog and prepared your Heelwork to Music or Freestyle routines.
Heelwork to Music competitions
Once you are ready to start competing, you can find details of Heelwork to Music Competitions by emailing the Kennel Club to request a list of Competition dates from clubsandtraining@thekennelclub.org.uk
Competing in Heelwork to Music and Freestyle
Once you have started training your dog and understand how Heelwork to Music works, you will want to think about entering a competition.
Heelwork to Music Competition Administration
Kennel Club registration of canine societies is not mandatory, although it offers many benefits in terms of eligibility to hold licensed events, access to Kennel Club information and services
Heelwork to Music Working Party
The Heelwork to Music Working Party acts as a channel of communication between the Kennel Club and those who compete in Heelwork to Music and Freestyle. Like the Liaison Councils for Agility, Obedience and Working Trials, the Working Party was set up to represent grass-roots opinion
New to Heelwork to Music?
This section contains information to those new to Heelwork to Music, including how to get started and how to compete in Heelwork to Music competitions.
Already involved in Heelwork to Music?
This section contains information for those already involved in Heelwork to Music, including how run a clubs and shows and information for Secretaries
Heelwork to Music Team GB
The Kennel Club has announced that it is hoping to send a British team to compete at the 2014 FCI World Championships in Heelwork to Music and Freestyle.
Heelwork To Music World Championships 2014
The Kennel Club would like to remind competitors who wish to be considered for the 2014 FCI World Championships in Heelwork to Music and Freestyle Team GB, that the deadline for applications is 31 October 2013.
New Listed Status Clubs To Hold Heelwork To Music Shows
To encourage more people to get involved with heelwork to music, the Kennel Club has opened up the opportunity for more organisations to run heelwork competitions as well as developing a wider range of enjoyable formats for competition and training options.
Amendments Made To The Heelwork To Music Regulations By The Kennel Club
Following the creation of Heelwork to Music Listed Status, the Kennel Club has made a number of changes to the Heelwork to Music ‘L’ Regulations. Amendments have also been made to the ‘A’ Regulations – The Rules of the Kennel Club. The General Committee has recently approved the amendments which will come into effect immediately.
Heelwork To Music Training Day For Young Kennel Club Members
Heelwork To Music Training Day For Young Kennel Club Members
Kennel Club Regulation Changes For Breed Show And Working Dog Activities Schedules And Catalogues
The Kennel Club has made changes to its regulations on the submission of schedules and catalogues for breed shows, agility, obedience, heelwork to music, working trials, bloodhound trials and rally.
Heelwork To Music Training Day Returns For Young Kennel Club Members
Young Kennel Club (YKC) members are being given a unique opportunity to boost their heelwork to music skills with high profile trainers in Oxfordshire on Saturday 23rd April 2016. Read more.
Heelwork to Music and Freestyle Team GB 2017 Looking for Recruits
The Kennel Club is planning to enter a team to compete at the Open European Heelwork to Music and Freestyle Championships in Belgium from 26th- 28th August 2017 and is inviting applications. Read more.
Changes to Heelwork to Music Rules and Regulations
The General Committee has recently approved amendments to the heelwork to music regulations. Learn more.
Heelwork to Music Survey and Guide for Beginners
The Kennel Club is conducting a survey on the discipline of heelwork to music. Click to read more and to take the survey.
Mary Ray Wins Fiftieth Obedience Certificate with Levi: Come and See Mary at Discover Dogs in London
Mary Ray, the well-known dog trainer whose heelwork to music routines at Crufts are regularly seen on television, has won a fiftieth obedience certificate with her Working Sheepdog, Levi. Click to read more of her achievement.
Kennel Club Announces Heelwork to Music and Freestyle Team GB Teams For 2017
The Kennel Club has announced the names of the heelwork to music competitors who will be part of Heelwork to Music Team GB in 2017. Read more.
Changes to Heelwork to Music Regulations
The Kennel Club has recently approved a change to the regulations for heelwork to music. Read more.
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