Agility Skills Seminar with Sangie Brooks

Some of Sangie's Accomplishments:

4 Time World Team Member

2017 World Pentathlon Champion
2016 Cynosports DAM Champion

2019 US Open National Champion
Plus many medals at numerous Cynosports and US Opens


2021 Cynosports Performance Grand Prix Champion
2021 Cynosports Silver Performance Steeplechase
2021 US Open Winner Take all 3rd Place
2021 US Open 2021 Bronze Medal Speedstakes
2018 US Open Silver Medal Master Series

Krome is Sangie's baby dog and his future looks bright! 

Pricing and Registration

$105 per working spot ($10 discount for current KK9 students)

$30 per audit spot

Soft closing date: February 13th

Hard closing date: February 18th

Payment, Deposit and Refund Information

  • A deposit of 50% of the seminar is required to hold your spot. 

  • Full payment for the seminar is due by the hard closing date of the seminar. 

  • A cancellation fee of $10 will be applied if cancelling between the soft closing date and the hard closing date. 

  • A full refund will be given any time before the soft closing date.

  • NO REFUNDS will be given after the hard closing date. 

  • Refunds are completely up to the discretion of the seminar host - in certain cases of illness, death, acts of God, etc. full or partial refunds may be given on the day of the seminar in form of account credit, cash, PayPal, etc.  

  • Spots may be sold/given to friends if a participant cannot come and the payment will be the responsibility of the original participant.

Skills Clinic
Friday, February 25th
3:00 pm - 7:00 pm

**limited to 7 working spots**

Teams will work on handling options and timely handling through sequences including jumps and tunnels.  Handlers will be able to choose the best handling for their dog and learn when, how and why to cue their dog at certain points in the course. Novice-masters level dogs are welcome, we will be working with masters level type sequences. 

**teams will need to be able to sequence - we will be using jumps and tunnels only - all levels are welcome as long as the dog can sequence and stay with the handler and work in a group environment**