The Masters Agility Championship At Westminster

Agility dogs can achieve many titles. Our competition is open to those dogs that have achieved the higher titles and are therefore eligible to compete on a “Masters” level course. There will be 330 dogs entered in this competition.

Each dog will compete in two qualifying rounds consisting of a Standard Agility course and a Jumpers with Weaves course. The 10 dogs with the highest combined scores from each height class will move on to the “Championship Round” consisting of a total of 50 dogs. The Westminster Kennel Club donates $5,000 to honor the winner of the Masters Agility Championship to the AKC training club of their choice or the AKC Humane Fund. A $5,000 donation will also be made to the AKC European Open Junior Agility Team. 

See the full list of 2019 Agility Winners and the Masters Agility Championship Records.

Watch all of the 2019 Agility Preliminary rounds on our website and app HERE.

Notice to Agility Exhibitors: 

As announced in February 2019 the entry requirements for the Masters Agility Championship at Westminster have changed. Dogs must have MACH or PACH titles at the time of entry. You must have a PACH title to enter Preferred.