Anastasia Egorova

Returning to Australia 2024

AgilityClick, in collaboration with Ruredy for Agility, are delighted to be able to bring Anastasia to Queensland as part of her visit to Australia.

AnastasiaGet ready for an incredible experience with Anastasia Egorova, a seasoned agility expert with a remarkable journey in the world of dog training, and now returning back to Australia!

Anastasia’s journey began in 2004 as a junior handler with a German Spitz and her mother’s Yorkshire terrier. Since then, she has achieved incredible milestones, becoming a Russia Junior Champion in both team and individual events, recognised by both FCI and IFCS.

Her passion led her to Border Collies, with her dog Chase earning multiple regional and national championships in both FCI and IFCS. Anastasia represented the Russian National Team at WAC IFCS 2016-2018 and achieved remarkable success at AWC FCI Zaragoza 2016, securing gold in Team Agility Large course and winning Team Large overall, ultimately becoming the Team IFCS World Champion in 2018. Now Anastasia is currently on her way to representing Spain, where she has lived since June 2022.

Anastasia’s training philosophy emphasises independent obstacle skills, distance work, and building a strong bond of trust between handler and dog. Her approach focuses on solid foundations and bodywork to ensure a lasting and successful career for our dogs.

Anastasia has been coaching, presenting seminars and judging since 2011.

Video of Anastasia running a course

General Information

  • Session times as listed with workshop information.
  • The organisers and/or instructor may nominate which dogs will work the session or exercise.
  • Handlers working a dog may arrange for workshop co-participants to video sessions when they are working their dog (for their personal use only) but may not video other dogs or Anastasia lecturing. It is not appropriate for multiple dogs to be recorded on the same video recorder. Please note you may be asked to leave if you do not comply with this request.

Venue:  39 Cooper Road Haigslea QLD 4306 (to be confirmed).  This is an under cover venue on artificial grass.

  • the working area will not be gated off or separately fenced
  • a wading pool will be available and there is a dam available for swimming however dogs must be dry before entering the working area
  • there is a separate under cover area for crating of dogs away from the working area, or they can be under your gazebo
  • this is a rural venue and there is some livestock on the premises (with electric fences), dogs must be under control at all times

Camping/Accommodation: Is not available at the Workshop Venues.
Food/Drinks: Water, tea and coffee available. All else, including lunches, BYO.  BP Marburg (approx 6 km away) has fast food restaurants.  Fernvale (approx 11 km away) has multiple food options

AnastasiaHandlers with Dogs

  • Handlers with Dogs will be limited to 6 – 8 per session.
  • Whilst order of receipt of nominations will be taken into account, working places will not necessarily be allocated on a first come-first served basis.
  • Auditing of the alternate session(s) on your workshop day is included in your package.
  • Those requesting Handler with Dog positions will need to submit payment in full for an Auditing spot. Once a request for Handler with Dog spot is accepted, balance of payment will be required within 48 hours. Payments can be made via direct deposit (preferred) or Paypal.
  • Please note that as these will be very small groups, it will be one dog per handler per session and a dog may only participate in one group per day.


  • For the benefit of those attending, the number of Auditors may be limited.
  • In order to secure your place, payment in full will be required within 48 hours of your registration being accepted. Payments can be made via direct deposit (preferred) or Paypal.

Dogs at the Workshops

  • Please note that dogs may not, at any time, be left tied up. Dogs may be on-lead with their handler, or will be required (preferably) to be crated (or penned/suitably confined), when they are not working.
  • Unless you have received specific permission to do so, additional dog(s) that have not been registered to work the sessions, may not be brought to the workshops.
  • In the interests of all present, dogs that continually bark will need to be removed from the premises.
  • These requirements will be enforced.

Friday 19 April 2024
Young Dog Sequences – 8:30 am to 12:30 pm (dogs over 9 mths to 18 mths) – $240
Distance Work and Verbals Workshop – 1:30 pm to 5:30 pm – $240

Saturday 20 April 2024
Young Dog Skills – 8:30 am to 12:30 pm (dogs over 6 mths to 12 mths) – $240

Sunday 21 April 2024
International Agility Skills – 8:30 am to 12:30 pm – $240

Auditor Fees:
$100-00 per session, or $170 per day.

Please refer to our Terms and Conditions of Entry/Participation

Further information

To obtain further information contact Cathy Slot on 0448 815 135 or by email