Please find below the link to the Charity Clay Shoot Auction on 26th May 2018 raising money for the My Name’5 Doddie Foundation and Murray House Dementia Unit at Queens House, Kelso.
Due to the continuing relaxation of the Covid 19 restrictions in Scotland and in considering advice from The Kennel Club, DEFRA and the Scottish Government, the Association intend to organise and run trials during the second half of 2021, after carrying out appropriate Covid-19 risk assessments.
Specific Covid Compliance requirements will be included on the schedules for each trial and entrants should note that when signing the Declaration at the foot of the entry form, they are agreeing to abide by the Covid measures that are in place for that event. The measures may vary due to the specific nature of the ground, sub-group etc. or may be altered if the Covid situation should change in the run up to the trial.
For further information on Scottish Government guidance on current protection levels visit https://www.gov.scot You may also find it useful to visit the KC website www.thekennelclub.org.uk and read the KC advice on the resumption of licensed events.
The Scottish Field Trials Association is one of the oldest Gundog Associations in the United Kingdom.
It was established in 1907 and has gone from strength to strength since. The Association runs Open and Novice Stakes for Retrievers and Spaniels and Open, Novice and Puppy Stakes in Pointers and Setters. We now also run HPR trials as well.
The Association also runs the Kennel Club Champion Stake for Pointers and Setters in alternate years. For many years this prestigious event was held at Lord Mansfield's Logiealmond Estate in Perthshire.
In recent years, the championship has been staged at Byrecleugh Estate, by gracious permission of the Duke of Roxburghe. For the future, we hope that members of the Association will enjoy the benefits of our new website. We will add results and news of all our sporting events throughout the year.