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Field Trial Results 2009

Randalyn Black Jazz
The 2009 Cocker Spaniel Championship
was held at The Shadwell Estate near Thetford on the 14th and 15th January. 29 dogs qualified and 27 ran. After a cold and frosty start to day one, game was there for all the dogs but often they had to work hard for it and all produced and showed their ability. The second day also produced game for all the dogs who worked in ideal spaniel cover of laid over bracken. Viewing was excellent for the spectators and all seemed to agree it was a superb championship. The judges were Mr K Carter, Mr G Croft, Mr J Iliffe and Mr E Martin and the sponsor was Eukanuba.

The eventual winner was Randalyn Black Jazz (pictured left), handled for her owners by Nick Gregory.The bitch was sired by Simon Tyres Ftch Timsgarry Simpson out of Lyn Randall's Randalyn Olga .


Full results of the 77th Cocker Spaniel Championships 2009 are as follows:

1st Randalyn Black Jazz
Owner Mrs J Tudor
Handler Nick Gregory
Breeder Lyn Randall

2nd Buccleuch Athena
Owner Duke of Buccleuch
Handler Dave Lisett
Breeder Owner

3rd FT Ch Mallowdale Guppy
Owner Mr D Openshaw
Handler I Openshaw
Breeder Owner

4th FT Ch Mallowdale Ria
Owner Mr and Mrs Reid
Handler I Openshaw
Breeder D Openshaw

DIPLOMAS OF MERIT:
FTCH Timsgarry Simpson
Owner/Handler/Breeder Simon Tyers

FTCH Mallowdale Gun
Owner/Breeder DJA Openshaw
Handler D Openshaw

FTCh Windmillwood DAison
Owner D Stirling
Breeder A Gwynne
Handler J Bailey

Wetlands Abe
Owner P Jones
Breeder A Read
Handler Owner

FTCh Swallowvale Teazel
Owner J Bailey
Breeder P Brumby
Handler Owner

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The Cocker Club Novice and Open Stakes 9 and 10 October 2009 at the Raehills Estate, St Anns, Lockerbie, Scotland

The Cocker Club held their Novice and Open Cocker Spaniel Field Trials on 9th and 10th October 2009 at the Raehills Estate, Scotland, by kind permission of Lord and Lady Johnstone. The judges were Malcolm Taylor and David Lisett. Lord Johnstone very kindly presented the prizes on the first day.

Nick Hill, the shoot captain went out of his way to ensure that there was plenty of game for all the dogs. His generosity was unprecedented. The amount of game allowed all the dogs to perform to the best of their ability and to show off their capabilities. Both trials were held on superb undulating ground of bracken and rushes, perfect for the little Cockers to show off what they could do. Nick had also planned the ground so that all the spectators could see what was happening, this was much appreciated.

The keepers, Billy McClung and Paul Willamson worked very hard for us to ensure that all the game was in the right place resulting in the trial being one of the most successful in recent years. The guns were all expert shots and they knew exactly what was required for the Cockers. This was also a contributing factor that made the trials so successful. In fact, the A panel judge Malcolm Taylor said in his speech that the standard of dog work was the highest he had seen at any trial of any breed.

The more experienced dogs came through at the end with Peter Jones winning the novice stake in superb style. There was a four dog run off for first place in the open stake with the judges having great difficulty splitting the dogs. Birds were shot for the dogs in the run off and the dogs were still asked to carry so the judges could make their final decision. Finally Wendy Openshaw narrowly beat Eddie Scott for first place.

There was a great atmosphere at both trials with much joking and laughing in the gallery and handlers being able to laugh at their dog’s misdemeanours.

A superb day was had by all and thanks to Lord Johnstone, Nick Hill, the two keepers, and Skinners for providing dog food for the winners. Thanks also to Marion for lighting the fire for us in the Shooting Lodge, very much appreciated! Without these people we could not carry out our sport and for this we are eternally grateful.

Lord Johnstone with Anita Jones
Anita Jones and Lord Johnstone

RESULTS

Novice
1st Maesydderwen Sublimity. M Wills (Handler P.E.Jones)
2nd Rowston Simone. Mr N Clark and K Thompson (Handler A Robinson)
3rd Harpersbrook Jutland Dusty. Mr D Chudley
4th Randalyn Ink of Episcopi. Anita Jones
COM Parkbreck Mc Ginger Thomas. Linda Hudson
COM Pokesmoor Poppet. A D Shotton
COM Churchview Toby of Lowforce. A Whelan

Open
1st Mallowdale Grand. D J A Openshaw (Handler W Openshaw)
2nd Glenugies Capella. E Scott
3rd Randalyn Black Knight. Lyn Randall (Handler S Tyers)
4th Churchview Task of Fowlersmoon. S. Tyers
COM Chyknell Hidie J Shotton
COM Wetlands Spice of Leeglen. G West
COM Wernffrwd Mai. P E Jones
COM Huic Russian Dancer. P Bone
COM Argyle Chiefton. W Clulee
COM Wirewolf Aster of Episcopi. Anita Jones
COM Clankerry Corrie. R Plunkett

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The Cocker Club Novice and Open Stakes 2nd and 3rd November 2009 at the Hamptworth Estate, Wiltshire

The Cocker Club held their Novice and Open Cocker Spaniel Field Trials on 2nd and 3rd November 2009 at the Hamptworth Estate by kind permission of Mr Donald Anderson. The judges were Guy Croft and Mike Leflay.

The keeper, Paul Bowyer went out of his way to ensure that there was plenty of game for all the dogs. The amount of game allowed all the dogs to perform to the best of their ability and to show off their capabilities. Both trials were held on light woodland with bracken and some rushes and white grass.

The guns were all expert shots and they knew exactly what was required for the Cockers. This was also a contributing factor that made the trials so successful.

The number of awards reflected the high standard of the dogs in both stakes. Peter Jones won the novice stake with second place going to Andy Bennett. Amateur handler Richard Preest took the award for first place in the open stake, beating the professionals Peter Jones and Simon Tyers into second and third place. The win made Richard’s bitch up to field trial champion, much to Richard’s delight.

The club had a superb couple of days, and thanks to Mr Anderson and the Hamptworth Estate for allowing us to hold our trials there. Thanks also to Skinners for providing dog food for the winners. Without these people we could not carry out our sport and for this we are forever grateful.

RESULTS

Novice
1st Peter Jones’s dog, Maesydderwen Supremecy
2nd Andy Bennett’s dog, Cheweky Boss
3rd Simon Blackman’s bitch, Harlaston Harmony
4th Simon Tyers’s bitch, Timsgarry Kirtley
COM
David Allison-Beer’s dog, Trederwen Bailey
Martin Deacon’s dog, Maesydderwen Speciality
Kevin Baraclough’s bitch, Jackerlantern Tuti- Fruti
Linda Hudson’s dog, Parkbreck McGinger Thomas

Open
1st Richard Preest’s bitch, Centrewalk Daydream
2nd Peter Jones’s bitch, FTCh Wernffrwd Mai
3rd Simon Tyers’s dog, Churchview Task of Fowlersmoon
4th Andy Bennett’s dog, Randalyn Black Jack
COM
Anita Jones’s bitch, Wirewolf Aster at Episcopi
Tony Read’s bitch, Wetlands Holly
Roger Wildsmith’s dog, Wetlands Spice of Dovesflight
Paul Bone’s bitch, Huic Russian Dancer
Jane Campton’s bitch, Trederwen Nant Wechan

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