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Introduction to Field Trials training Day


September 24 All day

Introduction to Field Trials training Day,Standlake, Oxford Contact Vivienne Gatter [email protected]

FCRS Intro to Field Trial Training Day.  This event was to be held at Standlake on Sunday 17 July but due to the weather forecast it has been postponed until Saturday 24 September.  As a result I have some spaces for handlers.  Your dog should be reasonably steady and stop and direct but need not be ready to enter a trial.  In fact it may be that your current dog will never be ready but you might think about entering a trial with a future dog. It is for people to learn about trials and to have experienced judges/trainers explain what is required.  The day will be run on dummies.  

If you would like more info or would like to come then email me.  Also if you do not have a dog that is ready yet but you would like to learn more about field trials then you can come and observe and probably be given a job next to one of the judges so that you can listen and ask questions.  
The cost for a handler and dog is £20 and free for an observer.  We will do both walked up and driven scenarios.  

My email is [email protected] 

See link below for further information:

https://www.flatcoated-retriever-society.org/wp-content/uploads/2022/03/Field-Trial-training-Days-for-new-handlers-version-3.pdf

£20

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