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    An Excellent Training Day for Achouffe Gundogs

    Thanks to Lincolnshire Chapel Farm Stockists Mark and Julie of Achouffe Gundogs for sending us a selection of photos taken at a training day, including this one showing some of the attendees. Mark and Julie both write for online magazine http://slovakianroughhairedpointer.com/ which is relevant to all HPR breeds and is free to view by visiting the site […]
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    A Fantastic Effort by Jim Fleming

    A big WELL DONE once again to Stirling based stockist Jim Fleming of Saltire Gundogs and Top Dog Training for his efforts in raising funds for Strathcarron Hospice and the PDSA. Every year in November Jim holds an awards evening in the Albert Halls in Stirling. There were many categories as can be seen from […]
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    Please Don’t Leave It Too Late to Order

    David’s training DVD’s are popular all year round but the usual increase in demand has started for the present giving season as they do make an ideal gift for the gundog handler. If you are considering a purchase please order as early as possible, especially for those going overseas. Depending on destination country the last […]
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    A New Champion at Chapel Farm

    We are pleased to welcome a new Field Trial Champion to Chapel Farm Kennels, namely Cowarnecourt Jonquil of Buccleuch “Wiggle” (FTCh Buccleuch Pepper x Beggarbush Rose of Cowarnecourt). This follows her win at The North of Scotland Open Stake held yesterday at Birse Estate by kind permission of the Shooting Syndicate. Judges were Mr John […]
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    A Great Year so far for Buccleuch Xena “Daisy”

    The competition season began well for Chapel Farm Kennels when Gundog Trainer David Lisett and Labrador Buccleuch Xena, “Daisy”, were awarded first place in the Novice Retriever Test at Scone Game Fair in July. This was followed by a win in the first ever Scottish, Open Walked-Up Test for 30 A/V Retrievers organised by the […]
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    Success for David and Tina at Errol Park Estate

    Strathmore Working Gundog Club held their ESS Open Stake on Friday the 13th of October at Errol Park Estate by kind permission of Mr J Heriot-Maitland and Sporting Manager Mr B Kass. Judges were Mr Martin Smee and Mr James Adamson with Steward of the beat, Mr B Kass and Dog Steward, Mr Peter Rae. […]
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    Good Luck to All Competing in Dog Trials

    The Trialling season got off to a great start for Buccleuch Chapel Farm Kennels when Gundog Trainer David Lisett and Labrador Daisy were awarded first place in her first ever Trial. The season is now really getting into full swing and many handlers will be gearing up for a busy time ahead. Chapel Farm would […]
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    Fantastic Result for David and Buccleuch Xena

    David and Buccleuch Xena “Daisy” enjoyed good luck in Working Tests earlier this year winning at Scone Game Fair and also winning the inaugural Scottish 30 dog Walked up Test. On Saturday they competed in Daisy’s first ever Gundog Trial. This was the North of Scotland Gundog Association Novice Retriever Stake held at Edinglassie by […]
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    Carrs Billington Stores Join the Chapel Farm Team

    Our thanks to James of the Morpeth branch of Carrs Billington who, following the receipt of quite a few enquiries about Chapel Farm Dog Food, took the plunge and decided that his store would become a stockist. The full range of Chapel Farm is now stocked in the Coopies Lane, Morpeth, Northumberland store as well […]
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    Chapel Farm Kennels Welcomes QI Visitors

    Chapel Farm Kennels today received a visit from local students as part of the Queensberry Initiative which is a community charity project based here on Queensberry Estate. This aims to support pupils in making better connections with their local communities and increase employability skills by making use of the varied resources on the estate. David […]
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CHAPEL FARM
Queensberry Estate Office
Drumlanrig Mains, Thornhill,
Dumfries and Galloway DG3 4AG

e: chapelfarm@buccleuch.com
t: 01848 600402

About Chapel Farm

Chapel Farm is the home of the Buccleuch Kennels which are situated on the Queensberry Estate in the Lowther Hills in Dumfries & Galloway. The kennels form part of a very versatile estate where you can enjoy a castle tour, mountain biking, fishing or shooting and much more.

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