CHUK is run by a committee. Each of the committee members has an equal vote and they make decisions regarding the Rules, Regulations and anything else that comes up.
Faye runs Phase Purple agility training club based in Cumbria. Faye has been competing in agility for many years with her own dogs. Faye is area co-ordinator for Northern England. Phase Purple put on agility shows throughout the year and have been running some fun Hoopers have-a-go rings alongside their shows. Phase Purple currently also offer Hoopers training classes. Faye is an Accredited Canine Hoopers UK Intstructor.
Sarah is based in the East Midlands in Leicestershire. Sarah is vice chair of the Xoloitzcuintli breed club and can be found in the Discover Dogs area at Crufts dog show most March’s. Sarah is currently owned by 3 Xolo’s and started competing with her rescue girl last year. Sarah runs Shh..! Creative Photography and takes fantastic action shots! She can be found around the agility rings or around horse shows with her camera. Sarah is an Accredited Canine Hoopers UK Instructor.
Elizabeth is based in Scotland and is our Scottish area coordinator. Elizabeth competes in agility with her westie. Elizabeth is hoping to get Hoopers classes up and running in Scotland straight away.
Angela is based in East Sussex . Angela has been promoting Hoopers in the South of England for the last 18 months and is one of the initial founders of bringing Hoopers to the UK. Angela has been competing at IMCA and PAWC for many years. Angela does distance handling with her dogs and her young pup Wiki is starting both his Agility and CHUK adventures this year!
Hayley is based in Coventry in the West Midlands and is the area co-ordinator for the Midlands. She runs Taming Canines, a dog training club based in Rugby. Working full time in a reputable rescue centre learning about canine behaviour before qualifying to be a dog training instructor with BIPDT, Hayley set up classes for agility and obedience in 2011 and now also offers Hoopers classes. Hayley is the other initial founder of bringing Hoopers to the UK and before the formation of CHUK, was successfully teaching and running Hoopers/NADAC style competitions since 2014. Hayley competes in agility with a range of different breeds currently spanning grades 3 to 7 at the Kennel Club, most commonly seen competing with distance handling with her kelpies and her husky. When not training or competing in agility, Hayley spends her time competing in Bikejor and Canicross and doing other dog related activities such as K9SUP, heelwork to music freestyle, dog walking, running the British Agility Association and working with dogs with behavioural issues. Hayley does a lot of 1-2-1 agility training specifically aimed at problem solving for handlers and their dogs. Hayley only teaches using positive methods that involve games and free shaping. Hayley is an Accredited Canine Hoopers UK Instructor.