Stacy Goudy - October 2016

Stacy Goudy will be coming to Paws@Play in the beautiful Santa Ynez Valley for two full days of seminars, to be held on Monday, October 17 and Tuesday, October 18.

 

Monday, October 17 - Masters/Excellent

Dogs must be competing at the Masters or Excellent Level.

This seminar is for dogs and handlers that already have a sense and are applying the "fancy" turns on course in trials but needing to make the timing more efficient as a team.  Jaakko, Ketschker, German, Blind, Lap, and other turns will be presented.  Some Masters weave skills will also be covered.

Tuesday, October 18 - Advanced/Open

Dogs must be competing at the Advanced/Open level and be proficient at all obstacles except the weaves.

 

This seminar will focus on learning the foundation and application of the "fancy" turns on course.  Jaakko, Ketschker, German, Blind, Lap, and other turns will be covered.

Each seminar will run from 8:30am-4:30pm with a 1-hour lunch break.  There are 10 working spots per session.  A working spot costs $190/day and an auditing spot costs $50/day.

To register, contact Karen Van Hoy at karen@vanhoy.com.  

 

About Stacy

 

Stacy Goudy has been teaching, competing, and generally living dog agility since 1989, when she was bitten by the "bug" while competing in obedience with her boxer, Jazz. 

Stacy began her agility career competing with Jazz in NCDA agility.  She soon began to judge for that venue while at the same time teaching agility.  When USDAA came onto the scene, she began competing in that venue as well, soon after becoming a USDAA judg.  Then came NADAC, where she competed and judged as well.  Stacy's first border collies, Jack and Secret, are two of the pioneers of the sport of agility and accomplished many "firsts."

Stacy's accomplishments include:

  • ​IFCS world team member on four separate occasions with three different dogs

  • IFCS World Champion with Secret (2002)

  • IFCS All-Around Silver with Secret (2004)

  • IFCS 5th Overall/7 clear rounds with Able (2006)

  • IFCS Team Member with SoBe (2015)

  • IFCS Team USA Coach (2008, 2010)

  • ESPN Great Outdoor Games medalist with three dogs

  • Winner of numerous USDAA Regional Championships in Grand Prix, Steeplechase, and Dog Agility Masters Team tournaments

  • National Finalist in each of the organizations that she competes in

  • Has trained and handled 9 different dogs to their USDAA Agility Dog Champion (ADCH) titles

Stacy presents seminars worldwide and hosts agility camps, workshops, classes, and private lessons through her agility training school C Spot Win located in LaPorte, CO, where she resides with her husband, Geoff, and son, Nicholas.