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Working dogs, November 4, 2016

Competitions

“There were two outstanding runs,” remarked Richard Montgomery who judged the Mid-Shires Double Gather Championship at Wytham on October 23.

 

Of the 31 dogs eligible to compete having been placed in this season’s Mid-Shires open trials, 20 ran. After a flat start, the course, which had a scattering of trees, gently rose to the lift. As there was much room on either side, some dogs gathered wide.

 

Throughout the sheep ran well over the outfield, however they were not easy in the shedding ring. Using up time at the shed resulted in some competitors not getting finished at the pen.

 

Third to the post, Bob Powell set the standard gaining 110 points with Drift. They stood top until Ed Hawkins ran Troy at 15. Troy lost five points from his first outrun, which was to the right for five sheep.

 

He had a good lift and first fetch. Once he reached the turn back post, situated 20 yards in front of the fetch gates, he was turned back to the left for a second packet of five sheep.

 

He went back well and on completion of his out-bye work he had lost 20 points. Throughout the left-hand drive he dropped eight points for deviations of line. In the shedding ring the six unmarked sheep had to be run off leaving the four with collars.

 

Troy had a faultless shed and dropped one point as he penned the four sheep to score 131 of 160 points.

 

Ben Smith and Ben were last to run. Smooth-coated Ben had an excellent start, clean over his first outrun and lift before losing three marks from his first fetch. He had a good turn back and second gather, dropping just a single point and losing four from his second fetch.

 

On completion of his out-bye work, Ben was 12 points ahead.

 

Although his driving was good it was not quite as polished as Troy’s as he dropped 12 points. In the shedding ring he lost six points and two went at the pen. Scoring 132 Ben (R. Cooper’s Meg, A. Owen’s Mac) held onto his lead to take the title with a single point advantage.

 

RESULTS.

 

MID-SHIRES, Fai Farms, Wytham, Oxford, (Judge, R. Montgomery, Bristol) Double Gather Championship (20 ran) 1, B. Smith (Wytham) Ben, 132 of 160; 2, E. Hawkins (Ipswich) Troy, 131; 3, N. Vyas (Wigston) Todd, 119; 4, B. Powell (Cold Ashby) Drift 110; 5, A. Tomkinson (Melton Mowbray) Floss, 107; 6, P. Johnson (Barton under Needwood) Jack, 100.

 

YORKSHIRE, High Skibeden Farm, Harrogate Road, Skipton, North Yorks, (Judge, J. Rangeley, Bolton Percy) Nursery (48 ran) 1, A. Kyme (Lumb) Dan, 81 of 90; 2, R. Atkins (Oakworth) Dash, 80; 3, J. Atkinson (Escrick) Wisk, 71; 4, V. Ibbotson (Oakworth) Hilston Sally, 70; 5, Thomas Longton (Quernmore) Oz, 69 OLF; 6, J. Scrivin (Elslack) Nell, 69.

 

FYLDE, Rooten Brook Farm, Quernmore, Lancaster (Judge, D. Wood, Rivington) Nursery (20 ran) 1, T. Huddleston (Caton) Ness, 84 of 90; 2, A. Ritakallio (Neston) Kipi, 83; 3, Tim Longton (Quernmore) Rooten Brook Roy, 77; 4, A. Temple (Holmrook) Jess, 70 OLF; 5, R. Watson (Millom) Cap, 70; 6, C. Kempson (Cowpe) Fleet, 67.

 

DOVEDALE, Biggin Moor Farm, Biggin Moor, Buxton, Derbys, (Judge, G. Birchenall, Chinley, 31 ran) Nursery 1, D. Wood (Derwent Valley) Craig, 79 of 90; 2, J. Gilman (Bosley) Bonny, 75; 3, R. Saxon (Crowden) Ben, 73; 4, P. Wood (Derwent Valley) Joe, 71; 5, J. Saukkonen (Warwickshire) Gannon, 69; 6, Y. Smith (Ashbourne) Trev, 63.

Novice 1, G. Dermody (Nantwich) Mirk, 67 of 90.

Beginner 1, D. Hayes Peggy, 57.

 

WINDERMERE, Totterbank, Crosthwaite, Cumbria, (Judge, B. Helliwell, Lancaster) Nursery (23 ran) 1, A. Ritakallio (Neston) Kipi, 74 of 90; 2, J. Bentham (Dent) Fay, 73; 3, Thomas Longton (Quernmore) Storm, 72; 4, R. Watson (Millom) Cap, 69; 5, P. Ellis (New Hutton) George, 63; 6, Thomas Longton Oz, 61.

 

NORTHERN, Park House, Barningham, Barnard Castle, (Judge, B. Bell, Hamsterley) Nursery (26 ran) 1, L. Morland (Hamsterley) Roy, 83 of 90; 2, R. Green (Redmire) Tanhill Bute, 82; 3, R. Fawcett (Hardraw) Ash, 78; 4, R. Watson (Millom) Cap, 76; 5, J. Edgar (Consett) Trim, 72; 6, R. Hunter (Redmire) Dell, 70.

(Judge, A. Clark, Kirkby Stephen) Committee Novice (9 ran) 1, B. Bell (Hamsterley) Ben, 89 of 100; 2, R. Dupuy (Bowes) Pip, 85; 3, R. Fawcett Glen, 82.

 

CORNWALL, Trethern, Delabole, Saturday, Champion of Champions, (Judges, T. Hopper, Veryan & J. Harper, Jacobstowe) Driving 1, J. Watson (Postbridge) Zac, 238; 2, R. Watson (North Tawton) Jay, 230; 3, J. Carter (Delabole) Bob, 218; 4, J. Carter Joe, 209.

(Judges, J. Summers, Tintagel & R. Watson, North Tawton) Maltese cross 1, J. Watson Zac, 153; 2, J. Watson Taff, 137; 3, J. Carter Jay, 119 OLF; 4, M. Hopper (Veryan) Zac, 119.

Sunday (Judge, J. Summers) Open Driving (34 ran) 1, S. Greenaway (Manaton) Sanduck Flip, 85 of 100; 2, J. Watson Jake, 83 OLF; 3, D. Kennard (Woolacombe) Fly, 83; 4, J. Watson Zac, 82 OLF; 5, J. Carter Bob, 82; 6, N. Dalgarno (Tregony) Roy, 81.

 

RYEDALE, Roos, Withernsea, East Yorks, (Judge, P. Exelby, Nun Appleton) Nursery (19 ran) 1, G. Blyth (Roos) Calderdale Roy, 77 of 90; 2, S. Beaton (Nun Appleton) Milly, 76; 3, J. Read (Louth) Joe, 75; 4, J. Read Jim, 74; 5, J. Goulder (Pickering) Valmis Jupiter, 71; 6, I. Murdoch (Sutton on Forest) Parksfarm Moss, 70.

 

RYEDALE, Windy Hill Farm, Hutton Rudby, (Judge, J. Rangeley, Bolton Percy) Nursery (29 ran) 1, J. Atkinson (Escrick) Wisk, 82 of 90; 2, I. Murdoch (Sutton on Forest) Parksfarm Moss, 77; 3, R. Fawcett (Hardraw) Ash, 76; 4, J. Scrivin (Elslack) Nell, 73; 5, A. Baines (South Stainmore) Tanhill Jack, 72; 6, S. Beaton (Nun Appleton) Milly, 71.

 

HOPE, Castleton Road, Hope, Derbys, (Judge, R. Cottrill, Woodlands Valley, 39 ran) Nursery 1, P. Wood (Derwent Valley) Joe, 97 of 100; 2, D. Wood (Derwent Valley) Lyn, 96; 3, C. Kempson (Cowpe) Fleet, 88; 4, J. Cropper (Deerplay) Glen, 87; 5, O. Walters (Oughtibridge) Megan, 86; 6, J. Cropper Dan, 85.

Novice 1, G. Birchenall (Chinley) Dan, 92 of 100; 2, L. Bone (Holmfirth) Blue, 76; 3, J. Saxon (Crowden) Jill, 66.

Beginner 1, A. Priestley (Bamford) Matt, 75 of 100.

 

BRADLEY FIELD, Bradley Field House, Kendal, Cumbria, (Judge, C. Palmer, Twiston) Open (48 ran) 1, R. Watson (Millom) Ricky, 79 of 90; 2, P. Rigby (Skelsmergh) Elsa, 75; 3, B. Bell (Hamsterley) Hutch, 74; 4, Thomas Longton (Quernmore) Jim, 74; 5, A. Bradley (Crosthwaite) Tess, 72; 6, K. Cropper (Shap) Zac, 71.

 

MORETON, Station Farm, Broughton Astley, Leics, (Judge, A. Tuffin, Kineton, 33 ran) Nursery 1, Amy Rouse (Hildersham) Floss, 75 of 90; 2, B. Smith (Wytham) Roy, 74 OLF; 3, D. Roper (Northleach) Emma, 74; 4, J. Porter (Broughton Astley) Spot, 73 OLF; 5, A. Tomkinson (Melton Mowbray) Flint, 73; 6, J. Saukkonen (Warwickshire) Gannon, 70.

Novice 1, J. Porter Jo, 88 of 100; 2, D. Bostoc (Belpher) Bess, 86; 3, J. Porter Lad, 80; 4, J. Atwell (Evesham) Cali, 77.

Open 1, B. Powell (Cold Ashby) Mirk, 88 of 100; 2, R. Curtis (Grantham) Eddie, 83; 3, J. Atwell Speck, 78.

 

NORTHUMBERLAND League, Bardon Mill, (Judge, K. Preston, Elsdon) Nursery 1, M. Northwood (East Woodburn) Llangwm Floyd, 90 of 100; 2, D. Henderson (Allendale) Jill, 88; 3, P. Telfer (Haydon Bridge) Telf Kettle, 87; 4, J. Pattinson (Bardon Mill) Black, 70; 5, M. Davidson (Wooler) Tom, 69; 6, K. McNulty (Wooler) Kim, 68.

Novice 1, K. McNulty Kim, 68.

New Handler C. Pattinson (Bardon Mill) Jean.

 

INTER-SOCIETY Trial, hosted by East Anglia, (Judge, W. Cole, Tillingham) Individual 1, S. Walker (Stelling Minnis – Romney Marsh) Quill, 86 of 100; 2, M. Banham (Chipstead – Surrey) Molly, 82; 3, V. Powell (Cold Ashby – Mid-shires) Cully, 81; 4, E. Hawkins (Ipswich – East Anglia) Troy, 78; 5, R. Smith (Chipping Norton – Mid-shires) Bob, 77; 6, E. Thornalley (Worlington – East Anglia) Juke, 76.

Team 1, Mid-shires 354; 2, Surrey 300; 3, East Anglia 291; 4, Romney Marsh 212.

 

DIARY - England

 

Nov 5. HAYFIELD, Nursery, Novice & Beginner with Championship, The Grouse, off the A624 between Glossop & Hayfield, Derbys, SK13 6JZ, 8am start, enter on field by 12 noon, championship to start at 2pm, enq to J. Hussey tel 07973 816015. YORKSHIRE, Nursery, Moor Lodge Farm, Oakworth, Keighley, West Yorks, BD22 0JL, 9.30am start, enter on field, those with 2 dog 1 to be booked in by 12 noon. TRAWDEN, Nursery, Higher Twiston, Clitheroe, Lancs, BB7 4BY, 9.30am start, enter on field, those with 2 dog 1 to be booked in by 12 noon. RYEDALE, Nursery, Cawton, East Gilling, North Yorks, 10am start, enter on field by 1pm, more than 1 dog first by 12 noon. SHROPSHIRE & Herefordshire, Nursery & Novice, Crow Leasowe Farm, Middleton, Ludlow, Shropshire, SY8 3EE, 10.30am start, enter on field, open to those living within the two counties.

 

Nov 6. BAMFORD, Nursery, Novice & Beginner, Shatton, Bamford, Derbys, 9am start, enter on field by 12 noon, catering. HOPE, Nursery, Novice & Beginner with Championship, Hope Showground, Castleton Road, Hope, Derbys, S33 6RD, 9am start, enter on field by 12 noon. MORETON, Nursery & Novice, Chadshunt Farm, Kineton, Warwickshire, CV35 0EH, 9.30am start, enter on field. NORTH WESTMORLAND, Nursery, Novice & New Handler, Portinscale, Keswick, Cumbria, 9am start, enter on field by 1pm, those with 3 dogs 2 to be booked in by 12 noon, novice confined to Cumbria. NORTHERN, Nursery, Committee Novice & New Handler, Halfpenny House, Barden Moor, DL8 5JW, about 3 miles north of Leyburn off A6108 Leyburn/Richmond road, 10am start, enter on field by 2pm, 3 or more dogs first by 12 noon, only 1 after 1pm. NORTHUMBERLAND League, Nursery & New Handler, Healy Mill, NE61 4NZ, 11am start, enter on field. RAINOW,Nursery, Novice & Beginner, Yearnslow Farm, Rainow, Macclesfield, Cheshire, SK10 5XH, 9am start, enter on field by 1pm. WEST COUNTRY, Nursery, Middle Merripit Farm, Postbridge, Devon, MX then Driving, 10am start, enter on field.

 

Wales

 

November 5

PANTHOWELL CARMARTHENSHIRE NURSERY, Llanddeusant, SA19 9SR, start 9 am, contact L. Jones, tel: 07817 412 926.

 

PENYGRAIG GLOS/GWENT NURSERY, Llanwenarth Citra, Abergavenny, NP7 7LA, contact K. Smets, tel: 07800 983 027.

 

TREGUFF FARM GLAMORGAN NURSERY, CF71 7LT, start 9 am, contact C. Millichap, tel: 07800 784 664.

 

PENYBANC FARM CEREDIGION NURSERY, Llanfihangel y Creuddyn, SY23 4JZ, start 9 am, contact H. Lewis, tel: 01974 261 378.

 

TREMYNYDD FACH PEMBROKESHIRE NURSERY, St Davids, SA62 6DB, contact A. Daybell, tel: 01437 720 308.

 

PENYBONT RADNORSHIRE NURSERY, LD1 5TY, contact J. Simmons, tel: 07871 198 052.

 

November 6

SOUTH WALES THREE COUNTIES TRIAL, Bwlch y Ddwyallt, Pontrhydfendigaid, SY25 6EL, start 9 am, catering, contact Irwel Evans, tel: 01974 261 341.

 

November 13

GLANGWENLAIS CARMARTHENSHIRE NURSERY, Cilycwm, SA20 0TF, start 9 am, contact L. Jones, tel: 07817 412 926.

 

HIGH HOUSE FARM GLOS/GWENT NURSERY, Bryngwyn, Raglan, NP15 2BS. Contact P. Jones, tel: 07985 380 910.

 

Scottish dogs results

 

A re-run was called to separate two equally impressive runs from Craig Davidson’s Cap II and Jeff Moore’s Cap at Skipness.

 

The Cheviot gimmers were generally steady on the flat course, but they could be touchy. The cross drive-gate was difficult to judge and although the sheep tended to go through the chute with no difficulty, those packets which failed to go through first time resisted further attempts.

 

Craig Davidson’s Cap II had a clean outrun and lift. The fetch and drive went well, with just minor wavers. The chute was good and although the shed took a little time to achieve, the run was ranked first equal, until the run off gave Cap II the lead.

 

Jeff Moore’s Cap ran out well but stopped a little short at the top, which affected the lift slightly. Again, the fetch and drive went well, with just minor wavers, then a clean chute and a good shed finished the work in contention for first place.

 

Bob Malcolm and Mac have put their stamp on their nursery league by winning the first two trials at Cocklicks and Crossdykes.

The Texel ewes at Cocklicks were good to handle on a flat course, but could be testing at the pen.

 

Mac ran out well, lifted smoothly, fetched cleanly and took a good line through the fetch gates. He settled the sheep and made a good turn round Bob. The first leg of the drive was good but they were a little high on the cross-drive and missed the gates. Bob and Mac worked well to make a clean pen and a good shed to earn first place.

 

At Crossdykes, Mac landed a little tight on his sheep but settled them straight down the fetch and made a good turn and a drive. Mac worked hard and penned cleanly. The shed was more difficult, but they made the split.

 

Results

 

SKIPNESS (Judge, A. Ronald, Peninver) Open (30 ran) – 1, C. Davidson (Sandbank) Cap II, 91 Run Off (Cowal); 2, J. Moore, (Gruline) Cap, 91 (North Argyll); 3, S.L. Davidson (Sandbank) Gillieglen Queen, 90 C; 4, J. Casey (Largie) Dan, 89 (Kinyre); 5, A. McCuish (Skipness) Moss, 86 K; 6, D. Campbell (Strachur) Susie (Nell), 85 Outbye C; Argyllshire challenge – 1, Cowal 266; 2, Kintyre 259; 3, North Argyllshire 253;

 

COCKLICKS (Judge, M. Peugniez, Kirtlebridge) Nursery (8 ran) - 1, R. Malcolm (Gatehouse) Mac, 88; 2, G.A. Marshall (Cocklicks) Bob, 80; 3, A.R. Mundell (Moffat) Maid, 76; 4, G.A. Marshall (Cocklicks) Nell, 58; Novice – 1, M. Common (Lockerbie) Grit, 80; Pro -Novice –1, D. McMillan (Carsphairn) Craig, 90;

 

CROSSDYKES (Judge, K. Anderson, Ancrum) Nursery (6 ran) - 1, R. Malcolm (Gatehouse) Mac, 82; 2, A.R. Mundell (Moffat) Maid, 76; 3, G.A. Marshall (Cocklicks) Nell, 54; 4, G.A. Marshall (Cocklicks) Bob; 5, W. Todd (Langholm) Don; Novice – 1, M. Common (Lockerbie) Grit, 90; Pro Novice –1, J.A. Common (Lockerbie) Queen, 89; 2, G.A. Marshall (Cocklicks) Tan, 56;

 

HILLSWICK, SHETLAND (Judge, M.C. Hughson, Scalloway) Nursery - Under 18 months (5 ran) – 1, R. Keith (Ollaberry) Sam, 25 /60; 2, J. Nicolson (Scalloway) Todd, 22; 18 – 30 months (4 ran) – 1, J. Ramsay (Ollaberry) Tweed, 54 /60; 2, J. Ramsay (Ollaberry) Moss, 46; 3, W. Morrison (West Yell) Lad, 37; Championship - 1, J. Ramsay (Ollaberry) Moss, 54 /60; 2, J. Ramsay (Ollaberry) Tweed, 41; 3, W. Morrison (West Yell) Lad, 27; Driving – 1, J. Ramsay (Ollaberry) Tweed; Outbye - J. Ramsay (Ollaberry) Tweed; Intermediate – 1, A.W.P. Hughson (Brunthamarsland) Jock, 86 /100; Older dogs – 12 ran - 1, J Ramsay (Ollaberry) Jim, 86 /100; 2, J. Ramsay (Ollaberry) Cap, 82; 3, W. Morrison (West Yell) Nell, 81; 4, A.J. Hughson (Brunthamarsland) Faye, 79 Outbye ; 5, J Ramsay (Ollaberry) Tim, 79; 6, D. Murray (North Roe) Ali, 75; Championship - 1, A.W.P. Hughson (Brunthamarsland) Jock, 90 /110; 2, J Ramsay (Ollaberry) Jim, 85; 3, D. Murray (North Roe) Ali, 75.

 

Welsh dogs results

 

CWMBRYN BRECONSHIRE Nursery, 1, W. Jones, Moss, 7; 2, K. Evans, Don, 8; 3, R. Games, Moss, 10 OLF; 4, B. Howson, Grace, 10; 5, K. Evans, Jim, 18 OLF; 6, L. Jenkins, Neuadd Lloyd Lad, 18. Novice, 1, W. Jones, Spark, 14; 2, Gethin Davies, Lad, 17; 3, Gary Davies, Jim, 18; 4, K. Harley, Fly, 19. Beginner class, I. Rees, Ted, 43.

 

CWMPENNANT NURSERY HEAT 7, 1, J. Lightfoot, Nan, 23; 2, J. Whiteley, Whisp, 24; 3, J. Roberts, Nel, 27; 4, A. Ll. Jones, Jan, 27 OLF; 5, K. Dyszy, Mag, 31; 6, V. Hughes, Glen, 33; 7, P. Roberts, Roy, 44.

 

DOLGELLAU NURSERY HEAT 8, 1, J. Whiteley, Wisp, 10 OLF; 2, A. Ll. Jones, Jan,10; 3, K. Dyzsy, Roy, 15; 4. K. Schwarze, Brenig Wisp, 16 OLF; 5. E. L. Morgan, Spot, 16; 6, A. Jarman, Cap, 24.

 

HENDRE OWEN FARM GLAMORGAN (Gareth Davies) Nursery, 1, R. Ellis, Jim. 6.5; 2, R. Ellis, Peg,13; 3, Carly Millichap, Lexi, 14; 4, D. Howells, Gwen, 14.5; 5, D. Howells, Rock, 19; 6, R. Millchap, Max, 21. Novice, 1, R. Millichap, Max, 4; 2, L. Bowden, Don, 13; 3, L. Howells, Floss, 17 OLF; 4, D. Howells, Gwen. 17; 5, Carly Millichap, Lexi. 19.5; 6, L. Bowden, Lad, 26.

 

HUNDRED HOUSE RADNORSHIRE (Ven Davies) Nursery,

1, G. Powell, Tess, 14; 2, G. Powell, Mott, 22; 3, K. Haker, Fynydd Elsa, 24;

4, B. Pugh, Roy, 27; 5, M. Owen, Denwyn Annie, 28; 6, P. Tompkins, Roy, 29. Novice, 1, S. Pugh, Jill, 22; 2, K. Haker, Holly, 23; 3, B. Lewis, Fan, 25;

4, J. Simmons, Conner, 33.

 

PENYCOED CARMARTHENSHIRE (Sue Murray) Nursery, 1, N. Watkins, Queen, 13; 2, S. Lewis, Jess, 21, OLF; 3, M. Jones, Nan, 21; 4, T. Mallon, Jazz, 22, OLF; 5, M. Hemmings, Penny, 22; 6, H. Thomas, Bel, 22. Puppy class, 1, S. Lewis, Jess, 21 OLF; 2, M. Jones, Nan, 21; 3, M. Hemmings, Penny, 22; 4, S. Lewis, Gwen, 23; 5, O. Bennett, Mai, 36; 6, T. Mallon, Lola, 43.

 

TYNDDERWEN CEREDIGION (Lloyd Jones) Nursery, national style, 1, A. Davies, Floss, 13; 2, D. Jenkins, Bill, 14; 3, Gwyn Davies, Bill, 18; 4, J. Price, Sam, 21; 5, I. Morgan, Jenny, 24.

South Wales style, 1, Gareth Davies, Bet, 8; 2, J. Price, Sam, 9; 3, Gwyn Davies, Bill, 12.5; 4, D. Jenkins, Bill, 18; 5, A. Davies, Floss, 21.

 

PENYGRAIG GLOS/GWENT NURSERY (B. Morgan) Nursery, 1, A. Blackmore, Nip, 18; 2, A. Blackmore, Rosewood Ren, 19; 3, S. Currie, Floss, 32; 4, J. Garland, Sanduck Jake, 38; 5, G. Jones, Craig, 40; 6, R. Mumford, jack, 45. Novice, 1, A. Blackmore, Rockie, 16; 2, A. Blackmore, Malta Cap, 18; 3, A. Blackmore, Spotty, 22; 4, R. Lewis, Highcliff Penny, 23; 5, N. Matthews, Bob, 28; 6, N. Matthews, Marie, 29.

 

ST FLORENCE PEMBS NURSERY (Eifion Hope) Nursery, 1, J. Bowen, Tess, 27; 2, C. Ridge, Blue, 28; 3, I. Harries, Preseli Fly, 31; 4, T. Harries (Boncath) Meg, 38; 5, A. Morgan, Spot, 47; 6, C. Soar, Mali, 52. Sweepstake, 1, C. Ridge, Scott.

 

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