|Posted by Shaun Ireland on October 24, 2016 at 10:50 PM||comments (908)|
We are on the way to being back in business!!! Hoping to have the website revamped by the end of December, please keep checking back every few weeks to see what has been updated!!!
|Posted by Shaun Ireland on March 30, 2012 at 4:15 AM||comments (0)|
We had a great day Sunday weather was kind, and everyone appreciated the great prizes.
Pointer & Setter Championships held at Green Rd, Parakai 11th March 2012
Hosted By Auckland & Regions German Shorthaired Pointer Club
Waitamata Gundog Club P&S FTCH –(21 entries)
Judge David Richardson (Christchurch)
1st Kilsheelan Phoenix QC (Irish Setter) Dave Sheely
2nd FTCh Dentrese Bilda Dream (GWP) Grant Adolph
3rd Kilsheelan O’Flaccus QC (Irish Setter) Richard Tyson
4th Greyflyte Queens Andsoman (Weimaraner) Rob Gaastra
South Auckland Gundog Club P&S FTCH –( 21 entries)
Judge Eric Douglas (Gisborne)
1st Kilsheelan Phoenix QC (Irish Setter) Dave Sheely
2nd Kylemore Irish Billy (Irish Setter) Dave Sheely
3rd Jagdhunde Norwest Challenge QC (GSP) Kevin Hewitt
4th Jagdhunde Moonlight Bluez QC (GSP) Alan Cowden
Big Thank you to the following;
HUNTING & FISHING “WESTGATE”
NZ Gundog Supplies
Richard & Bridget Wells
Stewards: Joe Curtis, Sherle, & Gail Blankley, Bryan Wood
Bird persons: Petar & Viv Canham
|Posted by Shaun Ireland on May 27, 2011 at 6:47 AM||comments (1)|
Rough Shoot 04/04/11 at Onewhero
Judge Mac McArthur
Open Trial Shoot Agg
Liesel - H Sansome GWP 67 5 73
Wilson - K Hewitt GSP 62 11 73
Merle - A Cowden GSP 53 11 64
Kate - R Docherty GSP 60 9 69
Eva - G Blankley GSP 48 0 48
Nova - R Gaastra Wei 83 10 93
Mia - H Sansome GWP 59 5 64
Laina - C Reid V 43 4 47
Zara - P Walsh GSP 43 1 44
Livvy - L Roberts GSP 36 7 43
Jem - G Blankley GSP 37 0 37
Ella - C Williams GSP 33 *6 39
Pipa - J Roberts GSP 40 4 44
*denotes Agg shoot score for non shooters
|Posted by Shaun Ireland on February 11, 2011 at 4:26 AM||comments (0)|
We finished off 2010 with a veryenjoyable Limit Field Trial and QC which attracted eight good dogs, three ofwhom achieved the title of QC for pointer/setter. The letters QC are nowincorporated into the dogs’ official, registered names. It was a brilliant dayand a very good ground with a nice height of grass to run on.
The results were as follows:-
1st. Gail Blankley’s“Kate”-Jagdhunde North Western n Black QC
2nd. Alan Cowden’s“Stein”-Jagdhunde Moonlight Bluez QC
3rd. Pauline Walsh’s“Zara”-Madnco Just a Breeze QC
Our thanks to the judging Team; JudgeMac McArthur was ably assisted by Bird-boy Craig Taylor and Steward Viv Canham.
To those competitors who were notawarded the QC, thanks for entering. I am sure you all gained from theexperience. If it were easy, we would not bother to trial. Better luck nexttime.
Mac was very generous with his timeand advice, with entertaining stories of past trials.
This trial was a first for me asTrial Captain. I have been training dogs and handlers for about thirty years. Ihave been field trialing for only nine years with my present dog KilsheelanO’Flaccus QC. It was a great experience this time not to run a dog myself butto oversee the organisation on the day. I really enjoyed it. I greatlyappreciate the hard work our President David Lowe and long serving committeeman Alan Cowden have put into the Club’s field trials over the years. I wasdelighted that my efforts allowed them to compete without the burden oforganisation and effort that they have carried in past years. Gail Blankley ourSecretary ran three dogs, a no mean feat. Congratulations on her success with“Kate”, a bitch of her own breeding. Gail’s dedication to the Club ensures weoperate as a complete gundog organisation involved in show, field, the breed’simprovement and training.
We made the acquaintance of five newpeople (German and English Pointer owners) who had been referred us by the North Auckland Gundog Club. We hope to see them again inthe New Year when we recommence our club activities.
We have worked with the North Auckland Club over the past few years to thebenefit for our members. Although our club’s primary interest is in GSP ownerswe have an open membership and two of our new members Ryen Carlson and RobGaastra are currently trialing Weimaraners as well as owning GSPs. Our QC Trialcoincided with NAGC end of year retriever trials, held on a nearby Helensvilleproperty. Ryen and Rob attended after completing our pointer/setter Limitevent.
A very busy day for them and theywere both placed as follows:-
Novice Retriever (Land & Water)
Rob Gaastra’s “Nova” (Wei) 2nd. Land& 2nd. Agg.
Ryen Carlson’s “Snoka” (Wei) 3rd. Land & 3rd. Agg.
Congratulations to such keencompetitors.
|Posted by Shaun Ireland on November 25, 2009 at 7:57 PM||comments (1)|
Christmas/Santa Ribbon Parade
Sunday 29th November 2009
Akarana Dog Obedience Grounds,
Phyllis St,Mt Albert
Entries taken on the Day from 9.30am
Pre-Show handling class before Show for handlers & dogs.
Judge: May Oliver
Judging Start 10.30am
Dogs: 1,3,4,5, 6, 8,10,11
Bitches: 1a, 3a, 4a, 5a, 6a, 8a, 10a, 11a.
Child Handler, Junior Handler,
Fastest –Slowest Eater, Teeth,
Spayed - Neutered, Bitch Head, Dog Head, Puppy Head,
Mover under 12mths, Mover Over 12mths.
Champion, Imported, Field trial,
Class entry fee $5.00
Specials $2.00 each
Visit from the person in Red
BBQ Lunch & Refreshments available
Our Honorary Vet Gina Voglar from housecall vet.
Who will give a us talk on what to do iffaced with a summer emergency with your dog i.e. heat collapse, before show and will be available to talk to.
Also Catherine Livingstone from Ultra Petfoods.Sponsor of products at our recent Champ Show and Field Trial Championships,with a range of products and samples.
Entries from 9.30am and pre ring training
Vet Gina Voglar from housecall vet. 10amaprox
Judging Ribbon Parade starts 10.30 am
|Posted by Shaun Ireland on October 28, 2009 at 5:21 AM||comments (0)|
I just heard the GSP dog walk is on again this Sunday, Yee-ha, sheep sh*t from here to Africa, maybe some pheasants if I'm lucky, chickens? Always, other random dogs and people, yep, fantastic, love it, those darn beaches on the North Shore are still dangerous for us doggies, where do we go , same place same Bat channel, that's meet at the Stardome car park at 10.00 am no matter what the weather, hey I'm waterproof aren't you ?, that's in the One Tree Hill Domain, entrance off Manukau Road,
any questions get out the dog and bone and call Mary on 09-473-0967 or 0273-670-979.
For the early birds meet at café across road from Manukau Rd entrance for breakfast or a coffee about 9am
|Posted by Shaun Ireland on October 12, 2009 at 7:33 PM||comments (2)|
The club headed out to te mercer duckponds at the weekend and fun time was had by all check out the photos here.