By Helen Gray
Wednesday, 13 April 2011
The Moray Firth Spaniel and Retriever Club held their open English springer spaniel trial at Glenferness, with a novice stake held the next day at Tomatin.
The judges for both stakes were Malcolm Taylor and David Lisett, and the generous sponsors were CSJ dog food and Tain Pottery.
For more information please visit the club website at www.mfsrc.co.uk.
1 Alec Coutts with Wyndhill Brett of Stagsden
2 Andrew Cunningham with Suzie Bonnie Beauty
3 Bill Johnstone with Durie Lass
CoMs Duncan Sutherland, Alan Johnstone and Wendy Rose
1 Eddie Scott with Broomfield Rosetta
2 Davie Wilson with Meikleburn Strome
3(& Guns’ Choice) Alec Coutts with Clarburgh Pippa of Stagsden
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