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Trophy Winners 2021

The following trophies were awarded at the AGM on 27th March 2022. Congratulations to all. Becky Trophy Miss S Stevenson’s – Sh Ch Plainfires The Captain of My Heart Is Steelriver (IMP CHE) ShCEx Riverside Cup Mrs H Ford’s – Percuil Dasher Hallbent Trophy Miss S Stevenson’s – Blacktoft Caress of Steelriver JW Drum Goblet Mrs S May’s – Ronevorg Dark Angel of Lussac JW Pewcroft Trophy Mrs H Ford’s – Percuil Dasher Kysheemy Obedience Trophy Mrs J Haines’ – Tenacious Tally. Handler Mrs P Hewett Society Agility Trophy 1st. Mrs H Carter’s – Llantrussa Rosalind (316 points) 2nd. Mrs….

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FCRS CH Show 03/04/2022

Closing Date reminder Postal entries close: Monday, 7th March 2022 (Postmark) On-line entries can be made up until midnight on Sunday, 13th March 2022 at https://www.fossedata.co.uk/shows/Flatcoated-Retriever-Society-April-2022.aspx Link to Schedule: https://www.flatcoated-retriever-society.org/wp-content/uploads/2022/02/FCRS_APR_22_Schedule-PROOF1-2.pdf Other Information: Patella Testing will also be available please contact Liz Branscome for further details. Tel: 01525 405884 or email: [email protected] Have a go Handling –  Free for those just starting, who want to have some practice either with your own dog, or using someone elses, coached by an experienced handler Lauren Broome. Extra classes for Brace and Progeny. Awesome prizes for the Junior handlers Looking forward to seeing everyone ….

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FCRS Field Trial Dates 2021

Dates for your diary (book your days off work or from picking up!): Saturday 16th October 2021 All-aged (Breed Only) Field Trial, Spreyton, Devon Monday 13th December 2021 Open (Breed Only) Field Trial Ampton, Suffolk We hope to find a ground in the Midlands or further north for a Novice Trial too. (Schedules will be produced later in the summer) Helen Ford Acting FT Sec…

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Dual Event Weekend – Update

Further details are now available about this event whcih now include “Show Handling Training” .   Please use the Working Entry form from the Working Forms page (or below) to enter the working tests.  The organisers would be grateful for help with dummy throwing and stewarding. Click here for details   GWT Entry Form…

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Shooting Dog Certificate – 20th January 2018

Shooting Dog Certificate  20-01-18 held at Shadoxhurst Kent We started the day with everyone meeting at The Kings Head PH for breakfast with the guns. Weather forecast was not good with rain forecast for pretty much the whole day, unfortunately this time they were right . Six handlers had entered with two of them had entered before with previous dogs. We moved off to a largely open grass field for the first drive where unfortunately the guns only dropped 3 birds, one of those being picked by a beater. We made use of the two birds we had and as…

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Crufts 2017 – Other Results

Apart from the normal show classes, Flatcoats also did well in other classes. Gamkeepers – Judge Miss A. G. Cooper Open Stakes: Mixed Class 2nd  Ms D. Hall with Ghilgrange Noggin The Nog JWRes: Mrs H. Fox with Black Mica’s Likes It Hot At Blacktoft JW Open Stakes: Dog  3rd Mr D. Wilmhurst with Kulawand Intuition At MandamayVHC  Mr and Mrs Huyton with Hopevalley Morning Madness At Hightyne Open Stakes – Bitch Res.  S. & P. Hurstfield with Stac Polly Open Stakes – Mixed 1st Mr P and Mrs C Huyton with Hopevalley Morning Oregon For Hightyne3rd Mr P and…

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Cause of Death Register

Please click the following link to add dogs to the register. Cause of Death Register      Please click on the link below for information on the Cambridge University Cause of Death Register: Death Register Statement     Newsletter Article 2017: Cause of Death Database Owner’s Perspective By Chiara Talamonti…

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Rescue, Rehousing and Welfare Scheme

The objectives of the Scheme, which has its own website, www.flatcoatrescue.co.uk, are to place in loving, caring homes, Flatcoated Retrievers that due to unfortunate or unforseen circumstances require rehousing and to assist, where possible and/or appropriate, with welfare matters concerning Flatcoated Retrievers.  Please note the Scheme will assist any Flatcoated Retriever and its Owner/Breeder, in confidence, whether or not the Owner/Breeder is a member of the Flatcoated Retriever Society….

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National Training Programme

At the Field Trial Sub Committee meeting in September 2003 it was agreed that a national training programme for puppies, new and inexperienced handlers should be set up; it has been very rewarding to see some of these handlers achieving awards in working tests for the first time and ‘being bitten by the bug’. Professional trainers/experienced field triallers sympathetic to our breed have been approached to run puppy and beginner training classes, for flatcoats only, to teach the correct foundation of gundog work and good handling techniques.  The classes are kept numerically small (4 – 6) so that handlers can…

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