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A gundog natural instinct is to retrieve. Retrieving Trials provide a perfect avenue for these dogs to express their natural abilities, have fun and exercise. Our sport simulates hunting conditions where the dogs ability to retrieve is tested over various terrain and conditions commonly found in hunting scenarios. The dogs retrieve Dokken Dead Fowl Trainers (artificial game) from anything from dams or creeks to thick marsh or sparse paddocks. We strive to make our competitions a friendly and social environment where our competitors can not only compete whilst having fun with their canine companions, but also enjoy the comradery and friendships that develop with people of similar interests.

Saturday, 10 August 2019

Information - 2019 Multi Level Championships

SSAA WGAA Championship
Linda Jeffrey <wgaaqld@gmail.com>
Sun 4/08/2019 5:41 PM
  • Linda Jeffrey
Hello Members and Friends,

Championship at Stewartdale 17&18/8/19 Update:

Camping available at the UFR Shed.
It would be appreciated if campers could be off the grounds by 10am Monday please. 

Friday Night - Free Sausage Sizzle at ‘Stewartdale House’ at 6.30pm. Punch provided BYO other drinks. The Draw will be at 7pm. All welcome. If you can’t make it to the Draw, your competitor number will be on the table, at the UFR Shed,  on Saturday morning. 

Saturday and Sunday the gathering will start at 7.45am at  the UFR Shed. We will head to the Runs at 8am. 

Please remember that non-competitive dogs are NOT allowed at the Runs. 

Please also respect your fellow trialers  by keeping noise to a minimum while someone is competing. 

We are hoping to run 4 of the 6 Intermediate and Advanced Runs and 6 of the 8 Open Runs on Saturday. This should lead to an early finish on Sunday. Of course this decision could change.

Vetting of entire female dogs will take place from 7am outside the Shed on Saturday morning. 

Your daily lunch packs and drink will be available for COLLECTION at the UFR Shed between 11.30am and 1pm on the Saturday and Sunday. 
There will be tables and chairs their for your use.

Saturday nights sit down dinner will be from 6.30pm - please be seated at the tables under ‘Stewartdale House’ by 6.30pm. BYO drinks please. (Kids, there will be pizza and a movie upstairs for you 😊).

Sunday’s presentation will be immediately following the trial, under the house also. Nibbles and punch provided. 

You are welcome to travel through the property or via the main road to reach your runs. Please leave gates as you find them and drive slowly through the property.

Toilet facilities will be available throughout the Trial in the following locations: under Stewartdale house,    at the UFR shed and a toilet will also be located near the big dam below the house. 

Mr Andy Campell-Jeffrey  will be our Trial Manager for the Championship. Please don’t hesitate to speak with Andy, or any of the Executuve, if you have any concerns.

When travelling to the grounds, there are roadworks at Ripley. If these are still in place can we suggest you follow these directions through the estate- Left into Providence Parade, right into Splendid Road and follow round to the left, Right into Parkway Avenue, Left at the roundabout, Right into Bayliss Road.  

Sincere thanks to anyone who has contributed to the running of our Championship. We thank our sponsors - Ivory Coat, Richard and Fran Eaton-Wells, Denis Bullimore and Kylie Jarrett and all of our Specialty Trophy Donors. 

Everything is in place for a great Championship. Best of luck everyone, but importantly, enjoy your time competing with your dog and the leisure time spent with good friends. 

Linda Jeffrey
Hon Secretary
SSAA United Field and Retrieving. 

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