hello Margaret! surely not as I am not entered :-) but maybe i go and take a look at the setters tomorrow (uh, it is already today...). i take a break from shows now and concentrate on field training. my girls love the shows but field is definately much much more interesting!
wish you all the best, laura
Well its a small world!!!!!!!! Thank you so much I am so proud of her and Chloe, if it wasn't for her none of this would have happened, she moves her so well. They just go so well together, I can't move her very well now, this old age thing is something else......Thank you again Dee and the girls
Hi there Margaret, Is that Helen Cohan in your pictures? I love, the pictures they are like old masters, I would love to paint some of them. A red and white is something that I so nearly had, many years ago I sold a dog to Bob Knapton, and when he sent me some pictures of his litter I phoned him and said that I would like one unfortunately he thought that I was joking so I acquired my Irish. I love the markings on yours so many ''Islands of red in a sea of white'' turn into continents of red in a puddle of white. Will you be on the circuit this year?? All the best Dee
Yes we will be over there again, but this time it will be on an even footing, last year you could see that some of the judges were wondering why this 6 year old was still in Open and not yet a Champion so she ended up with Reserve Green Star and the same bitch kept getting the green stars it was getting manotinous and EVERYONE was getting fed up with it, that's the way it goes but hopefully this year things will change but hey its a good week for socialising we always have a good time. May see you there. Dee
Oh, you live in a very beautiful area in that case! It must be excellent for the dogs, too. I've always wanted to visit the area sometime and hopefully I'll manage sometime this summer. We're just at the edge of Edinburgh and have some excellent walking opportunities around here, which is nice too. I didn't meet you at a field training day down in Kelso in the autumnm, did I?
Yes Harry;s Kids doing well at the trails. Ierland ,Sweden ,Italy and Holland.
I have a secound litter Harry x Crairua Goldie,
Are intrested? tell me 10 day's old 5 male x 3 female His blood wil be going everywhere.
So also you have the chance to have some fresh blood in your breed.
Ital and Int FTCh Pepperstown Polly is now also Irish Ch and Sh Ch. She is entirely working and field trial bred, but this year for the first time has been shown in Ireland - she was entered in 8 Irish shows this summer and got 7 Green Stars. But now its back to work, and she is running in field trials in Ireland handled by Marc Ruymbeke, who now co-owns Polly with me
Thank you, Margaret. I think Wolfgang Stief was just as thrilled as I was, we felt it was a great day for the Irish! His bitch went really well, especially when paired with the pointer - no chance of photographs then, they were well out of photo shooting range...
Greetings from snowy Switzerland
hello Margaret. I would like to congradulate you on your new puppy Meg. I hope she is doing well. Granaghburns Wild Flower Lady (Lucy) is getting on great. She is a very intelegent active young girl and is doing great on her training. How is Meg? Does she get on with the others? Lucy gets on great with Bruce and they are like really good friends. I love taking them long walks into the countryside but Lucy gets tired a little so i decide to carry her home. Well it was nice seeing meg again and i hope she becomes a great dog one day.
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