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Live Game Training Subsidy 2022

The General Committee have agreed that the subsidy available for members to claim towards the cost of live game training days should be increased from £40 to £50 per day this year. This can be claimed up to twice in one year by members towards any live game training on production of a receipt. A claim form can be obtained from the Treasurer Heather Harley, email [email protected] This initiative was introduced to encourage members to train their Flatcoats on live game,  in order to progress to trialling their dogs. Anyone wishing to undertake live game training and who would like more…

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Back to Basics training with Phil Bruton 23rd/24th July review

A relaxed and enjoyable two day Gundog Training was held with Phil Bruton on 23/24th July. This two day training event was aimed at Novice/Open dog ability. Both days started off in a lovely relaxed social way with tea and sausage sandwiches to allow Phil to brief everyone on the objectives of the day prior to the training starting. With a mixture of abilities the training was tailored to suit everyone’s needs, with clear advice and encouragement ensuring that all participants achieved their goal. A variety of different working scenarios were practiced building the confidence of each dog and handler….

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Back to Basics with Phil Bruton 25th/26th June review.

Last weekend (25/26 June) the FCRS put on Back to Basics with Phil Bruton . Everything was set up so the dogs of different stages of their training succeeded. The first day exercises were to get dogs to know the ground more and different areas so that they could be tested further the next day. It was a very relaxed atmosphere with plenty of laughs. All the dogs showed improvement on the second day. Phil explained how the exercises would be marked in an AV field trial and a working test and had us scoring each others attempts. Jane Calverley…

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BACK TO BASICS INTRODUCTION

What are the four corners of training and why are they important? Find out on the Back to Basics with Phil Bruton on 26th March 2022. Suitable for new handlers, young dogs, and old hands who need a refresher. This day is more about training the handler than training the dog. Limited to 6 handlers and dogs. Cost is £60 and the venue is Badsey, near Evesham, Worcestershire. Contact Heather Harley to reserve your place [email protected] Apologies for short notice but other factors in my life have taken precedence. If all spots are not filled by Sunday 13th March, the day will be cancelled….

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FCRS Open Field Trial 13th Dec 2021

The Flatcoated Retriever Society held their Open (Breed only) Field Trial at Ampton, Bury St Edmunds on Monday 13th December 2021 by kind permission of the Turner Family, Mr Peter Rushbrook and Alan Hammond. Judges were Mr Phil Allen (A3), Mr Jim Gale (A44) , Mr Richard Beckerleg (A2812) and Mr Craig Horwill (B2589). Many thanks to Andy and Jenny Campbell for providing the guns who shot well and kept the trial moving, Skinners Field & Trial for their sponsorship.. Thank you to David Garman and Andrew Wilson for presenting the birds for the guns. Andrew Wilson was the society’s…

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Introduction to Field Trials Training Day

The FCRS held the first “Introduction to Field Trials” in Somerset by kind permission of Dr Tim Woodgate-Jones on 13th June. I hope all who attended have a little more insight into how a walked up trial and a driven trial operate. It was very hot for the dogs, they mostly coped with the heat with the walk up in the morning and drive after a break for lunch. Thank you to Ft Sub members Steve Ashby and Sheila Neary for acting as judges and trainers and of course our guns(dummy throwers) and trainee stewards to compliment the day. See…

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Shooting Dog Certificate 2021

Date for your diary (book your days off work or from picking up!): SDC We have a date booked for a Shooting Dog Certificate at Avon Tyrrell, Dorset on Saturday 11th December 2021 If you are interested in entering your dog for the Shooting Dog Certificate please contact the FT Sec and complete and post the SDC form which can be viewed here. Further information and guidance regarding the Shooting Dog Certificate can be found here: https://www.flatcoated-retriever-society.org/images/2018/working/sdc2018.pdf  Helen Ford FT Sec…

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