NEW FOR 2016 - 


Orange = Automatic Promotion

Blue = Voluntary Promotion (if you are in the blue section and you wish to be promoted you must apply via email which MUST BE RECEIVED BY 1st October otherwise you remain at your original level for the season)

Dogs acheiving 2 wins Agility or 2 Wins Jumping may apply for promotion during the season

(please note if you choose to move up during the season you will be entered at a lower place in the higher league)

PROMOTION is via points gained within the league tables or two Agility or two Jumping wins during the season & Winners of British Open Championships & Finals.

The promotion tables are produced using the following guidelines:

Introductory to Primary:  

Gaining at least: 100 points for Automatic promotion then gaining at least 50 points for voluntary promotion.

Primary to Novice: 

Gaining at least: 100 points for Automatic promotion then gaining at least 50 points for voluntary promotion.

Novice to Graduate: 

Gaining at least: 400 points for Automatic promotion then gaining at least 100 points for voluntary promotion.

Graduate to Masters: 

Gaining at least: 800 points for Automatic promotion then gaining at least 100 points for voluntary promotion.

Please note: If your dog is Automatically or Voluntary promoted in one element & you wish to move up in both, then you may do so using the promotions form.

All the promotion tables have taken into account: Points & Wins

All automatic promotions will be completed for you.

If you wish to move up voluntarily please send an email to detailing your details, your dogs details, along with details of your move up.

All voluntary promotion needs to be resolved by 1st October 2015 otherwise dogs remain at their current level for the season.


Please can EVERYONE who currently competes at BAA shows, please fill in and return the below form by 21st March 2015. THANKYOU

 League Review Form

Those of you who wish to enter your dogs into the Paragility league - you need to download the following form and get it filled in by your vet before returning it to us.

 Paragility Application Form


New Leagues Announced

New for the 2014/2015 season

  • Lurcher League
  • Yellow Dogs League
  • ABCK League
  • Collie/Kelpie League
  • Paragility Dogs League

For more information please go to the leagues page and look at "Leagues Explained"


Negotiations are now finalised Hayley Laches of “Taming Canines” and will take control of the BAA from 1st September 2014.
All the usual shows at Asfordby will continue & will be run by Hayley & her team.
Hayley intends to continue with the BAA ethos, to continue to encourage & welcome dogs from all walks of life and impress on the importance of tolerance & respect for each others dogs personal space around the showground.
Hayley also intends to promote BAA around the country ensuring that competitors need not travel vast distances to attend a BAA show.

Thank you for supporting EMDAC & BAA over the past 12 years & we hope you continue to support & enjoy your BAA shows.

June Bass


Research & Information Papers regarding jump heights have now been printed for BAA members to read at BAA shows,


BAA are changing Jump & Dog Height requirements so that NO dog jumps
anything that is any higher than its own height measured to the withers
compulsory or no more than 1" voluntarily

Dogs under 13" = Micro = 9"
Dogs under 13" Have a choice Micro or Tiny = 11.5” (where available)
Dogs between 13" & 14" Have a choice Mini/Micro
Dogs Over 14" & up to 16" = Mini = 13.75"
Dogs Between 16" & 17" Have a choice Mini/Medium
Dogs over 17" & up to 20" = Medium = 17.75"
Dogs Between 20" & 21" have a choice Medium/Maxi
Dogs over 21" & up to 24" = Maxi = 21"
Dogs over 24" = Maxi Plus = 24"

NEW at EMDAC & Jumping Jacks shows in 2014 Dogs under 13" have a choice Micro 9" or Tiny = 11.5"

(all shows in 2015 may use this height)

This change ensures dogs competing Large KC are not forced into Mini BAA which would have been too much of a difference.
these heights will take effect from 1st April 2014 & trialled for a year, then a review will take place.

The weight to height ratios will remain the same.
The A Frame will remain at 5 feet to the apex for standard classes & 4 feet to the apex for Veterans.
Changes within the BAA are decided following "on the ground" studies, gathering of data & information from scientific studies & veterinarians that provides evidence jumping lower is beneficial for the dogs long-term well-being.


The British Agility Association are based near Melton Mowbray and hold agility competitions throughout the UK, with the emphasis on the long-term well-being of the dogs

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Hayley - 07907 882 776