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DOG AGILITY IS THE
BEST MEDICINE!

WELCOME TO THE FRONT RANGE AGILITY CLUB

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ABOUT FRAC

The Front Range Agility Club was formed to provide dog agility events in Colorado and Wyoming while emphasizing sportsmanship and positive training methods.

We hold a number of trials each year, including United States Dog Agility Association (USDAA), North American Dog Agility Council (NADAC), and Canine Performance Events (CPE) and we host agility seminars.

The Front Range Agility Club was founded in 1998. We are a group of people dedicated to the sport of agility.
 

The Front Range Agility Club is registered in the State of Colorado as a "Nonprofit Corporation".

UPCOMING EVENTS

Events & Trials

Club Meetings

Club general meetings are usually held on the 3rd Thursday of each month. Invites are sent to members via ColoradoFRAC@groups.io

November

10-12, 2023

NADAC Trial

Boulder County Fairgrounds

9595 Nelson Rd, Longmont, CO 80501

November

18-19, 2023

CPE Trial

Boulder County Fairgrounds

9595 Nelson Rd, Longmont, CO 80501

December

1-3, 2023

NADAC Trial

Boulder County Fairgrounds

9595 Nelson Rd, Longmont, CO 80501

January

13-14, 2024

USDAA Trial

Boulder County Fairgrounds

9595 Nelson Rd, Longmont, CO 80501

February

10-11, 2024

CPE Trial

Boulder County Fairgrounds

9595 Nelson Rd, Longmont, CO 80501

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What is Agility?

Running a dog in an agility trial is the ultimate game for you and your dog and is one of the most exciting canine sports for spectators. In an agility trial, a dog demonstrates its agile nature and versatility by following cues from the handler through a timed obstacle course of jumps, tunnels, weave poles and other objects. It’s an activity that strengthens the bond between dog and handler and provides fun and exercise for both, which might explain why it’s so enjoyable to watch and has become the fastest-growing dog sport in the United States!

Instructors

Dedication. Expertise. Passion.

Committee

Trial Committee Positions

Click Here for FRAC trial committee positions descriptions
Click Here for Seminar Coordinator description

 

Officers

President – Jen Bailey (2025)
Vice President – Betsy Harrison (2024)
Secretary – Amy Galperin (2025)
Treasurer – Cathy Shryock (2025)

 

Board of Directors

Melonie Harris (2024)

Meredith Keraga (2024)

Helen Coates (2025)

 

Committees and Coordinators

Awards Coordinator
Jen Bailey

Equipment Manager
Cody Keraga

Facility Coordinator
Marrin Sampson

Membership
Betsy Harrison

Vendor Coordinator
Marrin Sampson

Website
Victoria Kander

Youth Program Coordinator

Jen Bailey

* The term of the Officer or Director expires on January 31 of the indicated year

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Membership
 

The Front Range Agility Club encourages anyone interested in participating agility to attend a FRAC meeting to learn more about the club. The club is open to anyone who is training or competeing in agility, and all are welcome to attend meetings.
See events page for more information.

To apply for membership, complete the membership application, and have someone from the club sponsor you.
(Don't know anyone in the club, that's OK, join us at the next meeting and we can get to know each other).

Youth Program

We love supporting our young agility handlers in the Colorado/Wyoming Area. If you are 18 years or younger, live in Colorado or Wyoming, you may be eligible to receive up to $100 a year to be used toward lessons and/or trial entry fees.
 

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