Meon Valley Open Cocker Trial, 3rd December 2022

Meon Valley Open Cocker Trial, 3rd December 2022

By Chris Bridgewater

The Meon Valley Open Cocker 14 dog trial was held at Malsanger, Hampshire on Saturday 3rd December 2022.

Judges – Mike Shefford & Tom Sheppard

Results

1st WHISPERED SPECIAL SECRET AT EQUINEECHO Lesley Young (handler Carl Colclough) & Best Hunte

2nd CRAIWARN TINKERS STELLA OF COSTAPAKIT Janet Righton & Guns Choice

3rd CRAIWARN TINKERS LAD Natalie Canno

4th JADENMOSS EVHO ECHO Sean Conno

CoM GECART ATLAS OF PIGEONWICK Richard Bunyan

CoM BYRBWLL PEAKY BLINDER Jon Ree

CoM JARAILSTAR OPTIMIST James Starke


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Meon Valley Novice Cocker Field Trial 30th November 2022

Meon Valley Novice Cocker Field Trial 30th November 2022

Congratulations to the winners of the Meon Valley Novice Cocker Field Trial held on 30th November at Rushmore Farm, near Andover.

Winner – Andy Robinson





Results

1st – EDGEGROVE ALINA Andy Robinson

2nd – WOODASH GIRL ON FIRE Phoebe Watkins

3rd – BYRBWLL QUINLAN Jon Lees

4th – GAMEGOER FLIGHT Graham Watkins

CoM STRIGIDAE HEDGEHUNTER Sam Thatcher & Guns Choice

CoM GELART HAPPY HATTIE OF PIGEONWICK Richard Bunyan

CoM CENTREWALK SALSA Julie Etherington

CoM NETTLEBRIDGE SOLAR Mark Burr













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Arfon Working Gundog Group Open AV Retriever Trial

Arfon Working Gundog Group Open AV Retriever Trial

The Arfon Working Gundog Club held their Open AV Retriever Trial at Checkley Wood Shoot by kind permission of Mr Ivor Beavis. The judges were Mr John Yarwood, Mrs Lynn Mitchell, Mrs Victoria Stanley and Mr Phillip Smithies.

The weather started off a bit dull but, as the day went on, the clouds cleared and we finished in sunshine.

I would like to thank our hosts, the judges, the guns and the helpers who volunteered to carry the game etc. and the competitors. Finally thanks to our sponsors CSJ Specialist Canine Feeds for providing gifts for the award winners.

Results

Winner – IntFTCH Skovagers Six Mile Woodcock a Lab Bitch Owner/Handler Miss Louise Munchaus Adsboel

Second – FTCH  Lowtrrey Klay of Ticefield a Lab Dog Owner/Handler Keith Broomfield

Third – Brocklebank Vital -a Lab Dog Owner/Handler Miss Amy Collier

Fourth – Brockahghs Forba a Lab Dog Owner/Handler Jim Collins





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Meon Valley Working Spaniel Club Trial,  10th November 2022

Meon Valley Working Spaniel Club Trial, 10th November 2022

By Chris Bridgewater

Open A/V (except Cocker) Spaniels

Judges Andy Robinson & Roger Shepherd

at Savernake by kind arrangement with Paul Howard

Thank you to Ceri and everyone at CSJ for their kind sponsorship. It was a great Trial, results below…

1st CHURAIL CHALLENGE  Owner Nicky Hunter  /  Handler Carl Colclough

2nd HALAZE ULTRA  Owner/Handler Chris Thurston-Woolnough also GUNS CHOICE

3rd SHALLSPOON SNAKE HIPS Owner/Handler Paddy Williams

4h DASHBROOK TYPHOON Owner/Handler Steve Bolton

CoM DRUMAGROVE CARMEL Owner/Handler Harley Thomson

CoM HAGGHOUSE PREDATOR Owner/Handler Grant Branton

CoM IMARACANIS COCO OF BUCKLAWREN Owner/HandlerSimon Jones

CoM FUSELEA HARRIOTT Owner/Handler Julie Thatcher

CoM CHAMARET DANCER Owner/Handler Anna Holland

CoM DASHBROOK MIDSUMMER Owner/Handler Steve Bolton



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Arfon Working Gundog Club Novice Retriever Trial, 19th October 2022

By Arfon Working Gundog Club

The Arfon Working Gundog Club held a 14 dog Novice A.V.Retriever Stake at Bryn Y Pys, Overton on Dee, Wrexhan by kind permission of the Rosselli Family and Head Keeper Mr Tom Painter. I would like to thank the judges for giving up their time and also to the guns, our team of helpers, our hosts, the competitors and all who organised a very successful day.

Our judges were Mr Keith Bellamy, Mrs Victoria Stanley, Mr Gary Collier and Mr Gareth Lewis.

I would like to congratulate our winner who, on her way to victory, achieved a multi dog eye wipe, also congratulations to the other award winners.

Results

Winner – Minstead Boa Vista Lab B owned and handled by Judith White

Second – Kynigos Majic Midnight Lab D  Owner Handler – Paul Edmunds

Third – Risbtbrow Bertie Lab D Owner Handler – Chris Kettle

Photo shows l-r – Paul Edmunds, Gary Collier, Judith White, Keith Bellamy, Chris Kettle, Gareth Lewis


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Cornwall Gundog Club Show, 18th September 2022

By Joy Baguley

Judge Mrs Jan Janes
VIS Clunie’s Golden Retriever Warrentor maple Moon
RBVIS Newman’s Hungarian Wire Haired Visla Lanokk Violeska

Judge Mrs Jan Janes
BPIS Leeming’s Golden Retriever Kadaka Kalypso at Iscadu.
RBPIS McCabe’s Spaniel (Cocker) Zheridons Zephranthos at Grandtully.
3rd BPIS Coleman, Irish Setter Camaling Rose Royal
4th BPIG Stone’s Kideoan Mark Time for Merrem

Judge Mrs Jan Janes
BIS Pike’s Irish Setter Redclyst Boris
RBIS Henderson’s Gordon Setter When I Was Your Man Black Lofty
3rd BIS Attwood’s Welsh Springer Spaniel IR SH CH Kylowen Drym ShCM ShCEx
4th BIS Osman’s Pointer Fleurfield Firethorn at Marissolo ShCEx



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Scottish Border Collie Club (SBCC) Heelwork to Music show

Scottish Border Collie Club (SBCC) Heelwork to Music show

By Helen Glass

Xena who had a very successful show poses with her sample pack when she got home

Our HTM show went very well. Everyone loved their time in Scotland and they were of course amazed by their welcome packs. We made up 60 packs and your samples were in each of them. As your brand is well known by those in working disciplines they were very pleased to have your sample packs.

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Congratulations Sam Roper on a fantastic 2022 season

Congratulations Sam Roper on a fantastic 2022 season

By Sam Roper

From left to right – Ruby, Amber, Vinnie, all offspring of Sam Roper’s Roo. 

Ruby won the “High Moss Trophy” at Keswick show 2022 for Champion Shepherd’s Dog

Amber and Ruby together won the “Grant Ashman Perpetual Challenge Trophy” at Eskdale show 2022 for best brace of shepherds dogs .

Vinnie won the “Godfrey Hewitt Soole Trophy at Wasdale Head show 2022 for best Shepherd’s Dog .

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Introducing UKDS (UK Dog Sport)

Introducing UKDS (UK Dog Sport)

By Wendy Beasley

For those of you looking at UK Dog Sport for the first time and wondering what it’s all about
here is a bit of an overview.

UKDS is a sport designed to cater for all breeds and all people. It is hoped that before too
long events will take place all over the country so people will not need to travel miles to
compete and, in addition to this, the levels are set so that whatever stage you and your dog are
at there should be a level to suit you.

Based loosely around working trials there are tests of nosework, control and agility with the obstacles within the capability of nearly all dogs. At its most basic levels exercises allow for dogs to be worked on the lead and encouraged with food or toys, and yet the top level is set at a standard equal to the highest level of competition. This sport is not KC affiliated and those running events are free to put on as
many or as few levels as they can accommodate and also set the entry number to their own
limits.

As competitors progress through the levels, they will become more challenging and give those
who want to continue to improve something to aim for, but there is no requirement to move
on and participants may remain working one level for as long as they wish.

UKDS is still very much in its early days and things may change as the sport moves on but,
for now at least, it’s “try it and see” while we continue to learn and tweak it where necessary.
So why not give it a go and hopefully enjoy a new sport that you and your dog should find
both challenging and rewarding.

For more information and further copies of the Regulations and Guidance Booklet

Contact: Wendy Beasley

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