Stacy Peardot-Goudy has been teaching, competing, and generally living dog agility since 1989 when she was bitten by the "bug" while competing in obedience with her Boxer "Jazz".
Stacy began her agility career competing with Jazz in NCDA agility. She soon began to judge for that venue while at the same time teaching agility. When USDAA came onto the scene she began competing in that venue as well, soon after becoming a USDAA judge. Then came NADAC where she competed and judged as well. Stacy's first Border Collies "Jack" and "Secret" are 2 of the pioneers of the sport of agility and accomplished many firsts.
Stacy's accomplishments include:
- Representing the USA at the IFCS World Championships as a competitor on 3 separate occasions with 2 different dogs, earning the first ever title IFCS World Champion in 2002 with her dog Secret.
- Stacy and Secret once again represented the USA in 2004 at the IFCS World Championships going on to win the all around Silver medal.
- In 2006 Stacy represented the USA yet again with Able who finished 5th overall with 7 clear rounds.
- In 2008 and 2010 Stacy was named IFCS team USA coach helping her team medal in numerous events both years.
- Competed in the ESPN Great Outdoor Games medaling with 3 different dogs at multiple events.
- Won numerous USDAA Regional Championships including wins in all categories, Grand Prix, Steeplechase and Dog Agility Masters team tournaments.
- National Finalist in each of the organizations that she competes in and has been a member of the National Champion Dog Agility Masters team 2 different times with 2 different dogs.
- Showing her diversity as a trainer and handler Stacy has trained and handled 9 different dogs to their USDAA Agility Dog Champion titles, more than any other handler in the country!
Stacy presents seminars worldwide and hosts agility camps, workshops, classes, and private lessons through her agility training school C Spot Win located in LaPorte, CO where she resides with her husband Geoff and son Nicholas.