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So, you and your dog would like to learn more about flyball?

For flyball your dog must possess a plain, well fitting collar or harness (no checks or half checks please), have basic obedience skills, be reasonably fit, aged over 12 months and be keen on a tennis ball. Flyball is a competitive sport, and we would ask that if you would like to train, then you are also prepared to travel to competitions, which are usually all day affairs and mostly within a couple of hours travel time from Wootton Bassett, Wiltshire.

Starters Courses are usually 10 to 12 weeks long, and most years are held from October to December. Spaces are limited and are allocated on a first come, first served basis. We are not currently taking on any new dogs/starters for the 2016 season & although enquiries still welcome we will have a waiting list. Should a space become available we would contact the person at the top of the list.

In order to play flyball, it is essential that your dog is sociable with other dogs and can be held and released by a trainer. As flyball is a team dog-sport if your dog is in any way not sociable, please do not attempt flyball.

We train at Breach Lane Equine Centre, near Wootton Bassett - please refer to map below for directions using Google (click on the ‘View Larger Map’ link below the map and type your postcode into the box next to marker A - then just click on the ‘Get Directions’ button).