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Flinthill: the girls


Flinthill Daisychain was born in February 2009. Thyme is her mother and her sire is Crookrise Floyd. I didn't intend to keep a bitch from the litter but could not resist pretty little Daisy, my first liver and white pointer.

Daisy has done well in the showring. Her wins include Best Puppy in Breed at Gundog Breeds Association of Scotland Championship Show, Reserve Best in Show at Yorkshire Gundog Club Open Show and a number of first places in classes at championship shows.

In 2011, she won a large postgraduate class a Crufts under gundog specialist Frank Kane and only just lost out to her litter sister, Barbara Wilkinson's Flinthill Forget Me Not, for the RCC.

Daisy went to the Kennel Club training weekend on grouse moors in Yorkshire in March 2012 and has shown she can quarter and find birds though needs to learn not to chase what she finds!

Now she is enjoying herself living with friends nearby but will still be taking part in local and championship shows as an active, happy veteran and comes back regularly to Flinthill to visit her family.


More Flinthill Girls

Daisy move

Daisy on the move at Border Union CS in June, 2014.  Pic by Linda Westron

daisy in woods

Daisy in the woods at Beauly near Inverness in the North of Scotland in May, 2012

A quiet moment. Pic by Photocall

daisy/flo at reeth

Discussing training tactics with Flo at Reeth on the moors in March, 2012

daisy run reeth

On the move on the Yorkshire grouse moors at Reeth in March, 2012

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