The black grouse blog has a new ally.
Game shooting at Ripley Castle, North Yorkshire: A game shooting feature from the October 2010 issue of Shooting Gazette.
I will soon have two gun dogs for training.
The Wye Valley Retriever Club held a working test at Orelton Court, Worcestershire by kind permission of Mr and Mrs Phil Spilsbury.
The black grouse blogger finds an army in the woodock strip.
The West of England Labrador Retriever Club held veteran and open tests at Hinton Park Farm, Hinton St. George by kind permission of Mr. and Mrs Edd Ruell.
I'm worried I'm being too soft on my gun dog during training.
The Golden Retriever Club of Northumbria held an a.v. novice and open working test at Murton Grange by kind permission of Sir Tom Cowie, estate manager Derek Cornforth and headkeeper…
It’s been an unexpectedly busy few days for the black grouse blog.
So says the black grouse blogger.
I sent my spaniel away for training with a professional.
The North Midland Area of the United Retriever Club held intermediate and veteran tests at Carlton Towers, North Yorkshire.
Wye Valley Retriever Club held open and novice working tests at Ravenhill Court, Worcester, by kind permission of Ron Treverton Jones.
The black grouse blogger spied something incredible in Dublin.
And how easy is it to find breeders and train a gundog protégé?
The GWCT has revealed grouse shooting is worth £23,300,000 to the Scottish economy each year.
The moorland is changing.
I am a novice handler with a ‘hot’ young spaniel.
The Essex Area of the United Retriever Club held their open qualifier test at Laurels Farm, Great Horkesley by kind permission of Stephen Bunting.
Moving around the black grouse moor ain't easy.