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The Flatcoated Retriever Society Events List


BREED APPRECIATION DAY/BREED SPECIFIC SEMINAR The Breed Appreciation Day (BAD)/Breed specific Seminar is open to all who wish to gain a better understanding of the Flatcoated Retriever. The BAD is a mandatory requirement for all judges wishing to progress from Level 1 to Level 2 on the Judges Competency Framework (JCF). The Kennel Club has stated that from 2020, all judges will need to be registered on at least JCF Level 1 in order to undertake any judging appointment

National Working Tests

Please see link below to schedule: https://www.flatcoated-retriever-society.org/wp-content/uploads/2022/03/Nationals-2022-Schedule.pdf

FCRS Walked Up and Water Training

with Norman and Sandra Onens (Kestrelway Gundogs), Nr Evesham, Worcestershire For 12 handlers split in to two groups of 6. Half the day on walked up and the other on/over water. Dogs should be reasonably steady off lead and able to swim so not a day for puppies/beginners. Cost is £65 for the day. To book your spot please contact Heather Harley - [email protected]


*Water Training Days Wessex Area* 

Water Training with Keith and Jane Manley *This is not a formal society event. Contact the relevant person for more information*

Introduction to Field Trials training Day

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