Oh really? I do hunt tests. My Reagan had her HRCH in the UKC and a CGC. She was a great hunter. Check out my home page.
Never tried any agility, guys in my training club might make fun, or any obedience either since you need that to get to that level. Looks like fun tho, I watch it on TV sometimes.
Both my Lab girls have their CGC (wrt the black 18 month old field bred pup, the judges must have been bribed! What a wild woman!)
My Choc has her SHR, we're working on HR but just haven't gotten to the hunt tests (we live in a major metro, so it's always a long drive). She walked on and passed both days of AKC JH in a very tricky hunt test. She also has her AX and AXJ.
The Black is ready for Started now, she retrieves splendidly on land and water and is (mostly) delivering to hand. She has had her 2nd agility class and is doing well. She jumps low jumps and bores through the chute with aplomb. And she is FAST - much faster than the Choc, who is a steady plodder who always gets there . . . eventually.
At our last hunt club picnic, the hostess (who also has a dog who runs agility) set up her agility equipment and invited everybody to let their dogs play on it. The lady who introduced me to retrieving has a Black Lab that is an HRCH but also an AX and AXJ and a CD (pretty neat dog). I met her when I was running agility.
So the two of us hit the equipment and each did a course with the dogs individually and then a relay tag course, just as though we were in a Pairs Relay class in a competition. Tori and Shelley played up like champs (they are both really a couple of hams) and 'high fived' each other at the finish.
The reaction of the hunting guys was, "How the (*)*^(&^ do you get those dogs to DO that?" They were pretty impressed.