Six gifted gundog handlers beat 841 hopeful competitors from all over the country to qualify for the Chudleys Gundog Championship final at the recent two-day Sussex Country Show in Parham.
The fourth qualifying round of the Chudleys Gundog Championship took place in the glorious grounds of Parham Park over the weekend. Read more for all the results from this year’s event.
The challenging competition saw a variety of gundogs and handlers of all abilities take part in the Chudleys Gundog Championship, all vying for an unbeatable time to take them to the grand final at the Midland Game Fair in September 2016.
The second qualifying rounds in the all-new Chudleys Gundog Championship took place at the Broadlands Country Show over the Bank Holiday weekend, producing some fierce competition and another set of qualifiers confirmed for the Grand Final in September.
The first qualifying round of the all-new Chudleys Gundog Championship kicked off at the Kelmarsh Country Show on Easter Sunday 27th March 2016.
The all-new Chudleys Gundog Championship is just around the corner, kicking off on 27th and 28th March at the Kelmarsh Country Show. Hundreds of handlers and top-flight gundogs are set to flock to the new competition.