Ragley Hall will be the venue for this year’s Home International, on the 24th & 25th of July, 2021. Saturday, the 24th of July, will see the Retrievers from Wales, England, Scotland and Ireland go head to head in a competition where some of the best Gundogs and handlers in Great Britain compete. Sunday, the 25th of July, will see the best Spaniels and handlers complete the international event. The Welsh Spaniel team will be defending their 2019 title.
Alan Rees, Wales Team Captain, names the following dogs and handlers, making up this year’s team, after a three week selection process –
5 dogs to run out of Aled Jones with Barcudwen Molly & Brynambor Blaze of Barcudwen, Julie Thatcher with Fuselea Harriett, Rhys Carpenter with Lynchside Shikra, Nathan Quinn with WhiteBeam Warbler, David Gregory with Draigcoch Ella and David Pither with Brynambor Misty.
Andrew Fisher with Kaliture Rooster, Nigel Probert with Drakeshead Drew of Llangynidr, Mike Jones with Ffynongain Buzzard of Wauniago, Alan Rees with Fendawood Ecclestone at Delfryd, Nigel Probert with F.T.Ch. Stauntonvale Buckwheat of Llangynidr and reserves Jane Middle with Vamp Clover and Wendy Glue with F.T.Ch. Tanyrallt Blue Bloods.
I would like to thank CSJ K9, and personally Ceri, Phil and all the team for their continued support, friendship and encouragement. We look forward to seeing you all at the Game Fair.
Wales Team Captain