Tatton’s Tigers Agility started in 2016 by Ollie Tatton. Ollie has over a decade’s worth of agility training and handling experience and has been teaching since he was 18 with numerous accomplishments along the way; including European Agility Festival winner and UK Nationals runner up in 2017 with his youngest competing dog, Thea. In 2018, Ollie became Games Champion and Masters Champion, winning his place on Team England at the World Agility Open in May 2019 in Ermello, Netherlands.
Since moving to Worcester in 2017 and teaming up with Lucy Conway, they have established a safe and secure venue in Worcester with a full set of competition equipment and ample parking.
Lucy started agility in 2015 after rescuing her dog Baylee. She thought that agility would be a fun hobby that would allow them both to bond, little did she know that they would both soon become addicted! Lucy started competing with Baylee in 2016, reaching Grade 2 by the end of the year. Since partnering with Ollie, Baylee has gone from Grade 2 to Grade 5 in 2017 at KC and from Beginners to Champion in UKA.
In 2018, Lucy and Baylee finished the year on top of the Crufts Large ABC table with 5 clear rounds, placing in each one, qualifying them for the Semi Finals in London. They only went and won the Semi Finals overall which means they are competing at Crufts 2019!
Tatton’s Tigers welcome a range of abilities from new starters through to championship handlers. They are fortunate to have a variety of people training with them from new starters and beginners to advanced handlers and GB members all in training for the upcoming season.
Our Agility Mission
Both Ollie and Lucy strive to be the best athletes they can be in order to allow their dogs to reach their maximum potential. They are true believers in keeping everything fun, positive and rewarding for both handlers and dogs. After all, this is why we all do agility; to spend quality time with our favourite four legged friends: to create a really strong bond between dog and handler: and to train and compete at an appropriate level for you.
From Left to right; Saskin, a Collie X Staffie rescue from Dogs Trust; Thea, a Welsh Working Sheepdog from Many Tears Dog Rescue; and Baylee, a Bassett X Labrador rescue also from Dogs Trust.
We love our rescues and strongly believe that rescue dogs make the best working dogs!
Meet our Tigers!
Tatton’s Tigers welcome a range of abilities from new starters through to championship handlers. They are fortunate to have a variety of people training with them from new starters and beginners to advanced handlers all in training for the upcoming season.
We are incredibly proud of all of our Tigers, from those that have just started from scratch, to those that are out there competing at various levels within Kennel Club and UKA Agility competitions.