Becky has been involved in agility for the last eleven years and currently runs a Working Cocker Spaniel. Once bitten by the agility bug she soon realised that she wanted to contribute more to the sport and decided to have a go at judging at a club show. Nine years later she has attended a number of judging courses and undertaken a whole range of judging appointments across the country.
Becky is passionate about the need for judges to be good role models and enable competitors to develop their skills by setting challenging tests of ability, while ensuring they are also safe and appropriate. She has always been keen to develop her skills further and attended the Global Judging Program in 2016. In January 2017 she attended the Global Judging Program Assessments and achieved the status of GJP Approved Judge.
Having judged all levels of competition and at the UKA Grand Finals in November 2016, Becky will also be judging the Team England WAO try-outs in September 2017.
As well as judging, Becky has also been involved in show management for the last couple of years as well as working as a UKA representative at a number of shows. Outside of agility, Becky works as a Senior Manager in the Public Sector.
Becky is extremely proud to have been asked to judge at the inaugural CSJ Agility Open and is looking forward to working with the rest of the Agility Open team to ensure that all competitors are able to experience a world class event.