The Usk Valley Working Gundog Club is kindly sponsored by Skinners

 The Results for the Novice HPR Trial held Saturday 28th August 2021 are now available on the HPR Trial Results page 

Thank you to Simon Kirby Field our HPR Trial Secretary and Pauline Kirby for ensuring the trial ran smoothly and organising a very enjoyable Trial  and thank you to the Competitors for supporting the Cub and we wish you every success for

the rest of the Season.





 Date and Venue:

  10th September 2022 at Gray Nags Moor, Alston CA9 3BG


Mr Eddie Kania (A3037) and Mr Rob Irvine (NP)


First: £35.00                    Second: £20.00               Third: £15.00
Prize cards and skinners dog food voucher will be awarded for 1st, 2nd and 3rd place.

Annual Field Trial Shield for First Place and Helwycrwm Shield for Guns Choice. 

 Entry Fee

Members £45.00 per dog            Non-members £70.00 per dog

 Closing Date

Entries to be posed to Mr Simon Kirby Field Trial Secretary, 15 Park Street, Porth, Rhondda Cynon Taff. CF39 0DH. Please include an A5 stamped addressed envelope for the draw to be communicated.

Entries Close: First Post 19th August 2022  (in hand, not postmark).

Field Trial Entry fees are payable on the day, prior to the start of the Trial (No payment no Arm band).

 Draw Details

The draw will take place at the Field Trial Secretaries home on 20 August 2022

 Other Information

To ensure we have time to process your application, Membership must be paid in full at least 7 days prior to the closing date to have preference in the draw for the Field Trials.  If full payment is not received 7 day prior, entries will be processed as a non-member.


Copies of our terms and condition of entry, covid statement, ft risk assessment, J Regs and recent amendments can be found on our club forms section of the website.

Any withdrawals need to be confirmed with the Field Trial Secretary via Telephone only

and must be in-line with Kennel Club Rules  


J REG AMENDMENTS AS OF 1st January 2015

  All Competitors must note when Owners accept a run it is understood that:

(1)They have NOT committed the entered dog to any other Stake on the same date.

(2)They are NOT in contravention of The Kennel Club J Regulations governing Field Trials.

(3)They are NOT depriving someone of a run by entering a dog with an eliminating fault. 

Our conditions of entry state that:   After an applicant has been successful in the draw for a place in the Stake, or as a reserve has accepted an offer of a run, if the run is not taken up, the applicant may become liable for the full entry fee if his or her place is not taken up by another competitor except;

(1)Where the applicant has qualified out of Novice Stakes (where applicable) or. 
(2) Where the dog drawn to run has qualified for the championship after entries have closed or
3) On the production of a veterinary certificate confirming that the dog entered for the stake is unfit to compete or
(4) On production of a medical certificate that the applicant or the applicants nominated handler is unable to compete (J7f).