CSJ Charity Retriever Test raises over £1000 for Pet Blood Bank

The CSJ Charity Retriever Test was held on 3rd May at Finderlie Farm, Fife – kindly hosted by Mr Gerard Eadie CBE and we’re delighted to say everyone there raised an amazing £1075 for the CSJ chosen charity – Pet Blood Bank.

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Presenting the cheque for £1075 to Jody Wise, Pet Blood Bank

It was the 2nd year at this venue for this annual event – the first one was held over 10 years ago originally organised by the late Peter Smith, St Andrews who was a very key CSJ stockist in Scotland.

Alison Sorley at Charity Test 2014

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Tom Smith – winner of CSJ Charity Test Puppy Class 2014

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Dick Sorley – winner of CSJ Charity Test Open

Alison Sorley (Secretary for the CLA Scotland Gundog Team) kindly offered to continue running this fundraising test and has worked hard over the last 4 years to make it so successful. Last year, over £900 was raised for the Pet Blood Bank.
 
 The funds were raised in a number of ways: Entry fees, ‘Guess the whisky’ competition (not a tasting competition!) You wrap up a bottle of whisky and then for a £1, you can guess which brand it is 🙂 as well as a raffle and an auction of various gifts donated to the event. We were delighted that Jody Wyse from Pet Blood Bank was  on hand to receive the cheque.

Results of the Test

 Puppy
 1st. Tom smith – Cynhinfa Nelson
 2nd Brian Paxton. – Melvillewood Rhum
 3rd Anne Holt. – Rhayannie Bothy Ballad
 
 Novice
 1st Andy Sandilands -Abergowans Blake
 2nd Willie Spacey – Night Star flash
 3rd Logan Brown – Our Islay Skye
 
 Open
 1st Dick Sorley – Kenmilquin Durie of Denbank
 2nd Janet Nicol – Roughburn Plover
 3rd Ian White – Haggisbank Henry
 
 Judges. Rodger Meldrum, Ally Kennedy, Annette Usher and Ann Faulds
 

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