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    Chapel Farm Seasonal Availability and Deliveries.

    For those who obtain Chapel Farm from a stockist we would suggest you give them a call to find out their plans as possibly some may not always be available over the holiday period. For clients who order via the Chapel Farm website or by phone, due to the seasonal rush and extra pressure on […]
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    More Good News for the Chapel Farm Team of Sponsored Handlers.

    North West Labrador Retriever Club held their 24-dog 2-day Open Qualifying Stake at Hy Fly on 11/12 November under the watchful eyes of judges John W Halsted, Mike Rolland, Lee Hartis and David Logan with Head Keeper Kevin Hughes. The weather had proved awkward at times, especially with the strong wind on the first day […]
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    Our Thanks to Client Ella S for This Feedback

    “I am writing to say how pleased I am with your dog food. I have 2 working dogs of my own, a Labrador and a young cocker spaniel. At present the cocker is still on your puppy/junior food and my lab is on the performance 24. Both my dogs look very fit and healthy on […]
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    A Gentle Reminder, Don’t Leave it Too Late.

    David’s Spaniel training DVD’s remain popular all year round but we always see an increase in demand at this time of year possibly due to some finding their way under the Christmas tree as they do make an ideal gift for the gundog handler. If you are considering making a purchase could we kindly ask […]
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    David and Ozzie Qualify for Cocker Championship

    Heolybwlch Goose of Buccleuch, “Ozzie” handled by Buccleuch Gundogs Manager, David Lisett entered his first trial three weeks ago. It was an Open Cocker Stake held at Invermark, organised by The North of Scotland Gundog Association. Despite his lack of experience, Ozzie performed very well and achieved an excellent Third Place. On Saturday, in only […]
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    Great Result for Lee Hartis and Chapel Farm

    Chapel Farm sponsored gundog handler Lee Hartis has enjoyed his second win in a week. His first was with Troddenmills full throttle of Leacaz, “Todd” at the Yorkshire Field Trial Society 2-day Open Stake held at Ripley Castle. This win qualified Lee and Todd to compete at the IGL Retriever Championship, a 3-day event which […]
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    An Excellent Test for Saltire Gundogs

    Our thanks to Stirling based Chapel Farm Stockist and Saltire Gundogs Trainer Jim Fleming for sending this update. Jim had organised a Gundog Test on the 12th of October held at Clay Pigeon Shooting ground near Polmaise, Stirling courtesy of Craig Nicol. Jim says: “Weather was kind and there was a very good all round […]
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    A Great Start to the Season for Simon Dixon

    Chapel Farm sponsored Simon Dixon is having a fantastic year. His third win of the season came at the 3T’s Open at Stean mid-September with FTCh Dawsonlee Jellybean (Lucy) His latest win came yesterday with first timer Dawsonlee Legolas at the ESS Club of Scotland Novice AV Stake at Craigadam Estate courtesy of Mr Richard […]
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    Success at Sandringham for Tallulah and Amelia

    Chapel Farm Sponsored Junior Handler Tallulah Dyson and younger sister Amelia enjoyed their time at Scurry Bandits at Sandringham Game and Country Fair and as can be seen both did very well in the various scurries with Amelia having a great Saturday being awarded three firsts. On the Sunday Tallulah competed in the Combined Scurry […]
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    An Excellent Galloway Country Fair

    Thanks to all who attended Galloway Country Fair at the weekend and visited the Chapel Farm marquee. It was really good to see so many old friends and to make quite a few new ones. The weather on Saturday was very pleasant and while the forecast for Sunday may not have been so good, the […]
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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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