Posted Date: April 29, 2008
Meet the coach! By Brenna Fender
Photo by Janet Gauntt
Stacy Peardot-Goudy has been involved in the sport of agility since 1988 and along with her canine teammates has earned hundreds of agility titles. After extensive experience competing at the highest levels of agility both nationally and internationally, and many years of teaching agility both in the United States and abroad, Stacy is now the coach for the US team for the 2008 IFCS World Championships.
Stacy has competed in all three previous IFCS World Championships and has earned the distinction of being the first IFCS World Champion along with her Border Collie, Secret. Secret and Stacy went on to win the all around Silver medal in Spain in 2004, and had seven clean rounds with her Border Collie Able in The Netherlands in 2006.
Stacy owns and operates C Spot Win Agility School in LaPorte, Colorado and hosts camps and seminars all over the world.
You will currently find Stacy competing with her Border Collies: Able, Rumor, Wally, and Veruca. Border Collie SoBe and Jack Russell Sparky are in training to one day give the others a run for their money.
Help Team USA in their quest for the gold by visiting the USDAA Online Store. Sponsorship packages, a lapel pin, and DVDs are now being sold in support of Team USA to help fund their travel to Belgium.