Sarah Kirkwood and Spice
Spice gaining her agility championship title at 4 years of age. This is the highest title/award available to agility dogs in Australia.
Spice winning the Geronimo Jumping Cup for 2013 (highest performing jumping dog in NSW across 12 months), the Balder Trophy for 2017 (highest performing agility dog in NSW across 12 months) and winning NSW Agility Dog of the Year 2015, 2016, 2017, NSW Jumping Dog Of The Year 2017.
Spice becoming the National Champion in Masters Agility and Runner Up National Champion in Masters Jumping at the 2014 Agility Nationals in Queensland. Our agility nationals are held every second year, and Spice followed this up by being awarded National Champion in Masters Jumping, National Champion in Masters Gamblers, and Runner Up National Champion in Masters Agility at the 2016 Agility Nationals in South Australia.
“Spice” – Agility Champion Kerodan Hidden Colours RN ADM ADO JDM JDO SDM SPDM GDM – Black and white female border collie, DOB 02/06/2009.
“Seeker” – Kerodan Thrill Seeker ADM ADO JDM JDO SDM SPDM GDM – Tri Colour male border collie, DOB 06/02/2013
“Scream” – Kerodan Man Of Action – Black and White male border collie, DOB 14/11/2015, has just started competing.
‘I compete regularly in agility competitions around New South Wales and Australia with my border collies Spice, Seeker and Scream. Agility can place significant strain on a dog’s joints over their careers, and as a result I am always looking to prevent injury and maintain optimum fitness in my dogs.
I have been using Joint Performance on my dogs over 2 years. Spice, at 8.5 years old has often pulled up stiff after big competitions. She has been working freely and happily since starting Joint Performance, and recently won the title of NSW Agility Dog of the Year for the third year in a row.
Seeker, at 4.5 years old, has been on Joint Performance as a preventative since 6 months of age and is showing no signs of stiffness or soreness post competition. He is already competing successfully in masters, the top level of agility. Scream, at 2 years old, has just begun competing and has also been on Joint Performance as a preventative since 6 months of age. I look forward to many years trialling with them both.’