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            ISAE Open Show  Saturday 1st June

                                                1st June Steventon, Oxfordshire 


                                       Best In Show
                Anlory Aidan JW - owned by Julie Greenan
                           Handled by Dave Hopewell 


                      Judge: Jo-Anne Parsons (Bransett)

                     Congratulations to all the winners


                                 Full Class Results HERE  

         Dog CC & Best In Show Sh Ch Copper's War of Roses (Blake Crocker) (L)

Bitch CC & Res BIS Lochlorien True Detective Is Andley (Cheryl & George Stevenson) (R)

           Judges: Jane Mugford (Dogs), Referee: Christine Warner, David Bell (Bitches) 


                                  Click on the photo above or See link for more photos


Full Class Results HERE   
In light of the ongoing COVID-19 situation the Committee of the Irish Setter Association, England has made the decision to cancel its forthcoming open shows which were scheduled to take place at Steventon, Oxfordshire on 13th June 2020. The Committee is currently considering options with regards to the rescheduling of the shows, and will provide a further update when plans have been finalised. We would like to thank our judges for their understanding and look forward to seeing our Members and other exhibitors later in the year.

From the Joint Field Trial Sub Committee Secretary


“I regret to tell you the committee have cancelled the ISAE/S&P Summer trial in light of the Kennel Club recommendations re KC events in the Covid-19 pandemic, and the uncertainties of what will happen. We feel it is not appropriate to hold the trial in these uncertain times.  We are indebted to the landowners and gamekeepers for their continued support and generosity in allowing us access to their land for the trials.  I would like to thank you all for your continued support of the clubs and hopefully we can look forward to a better year in 2021.”