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F.T.CH. Broadmeafarm Charlie

Owners name
FarlaVale Gundogs
York, North Yorkshire, YO23
United Kingdom
Stud Dog Breeding Fee
200 per straw

Dog Details

Kennel Club name (If applicable)
F.T.CH. Broadmeafarm Charlie
Temperament i.e. good with children etc
lovely temperament
Show wins or awards
Field Trial Champion (2 Open Wins)
Health Checks
Health Tested - Clear and a NON-Carrier respectively for: prcd-PRA - Progressive Retinal Atrophy FN - Familial Nephropathy AMS - Acral Mutilation Syndrome
Details of litters previously sired
Already sired over 50 healthy offspring. He carries the 'Chocolate or Liver' gene.


Parents- Sire
F.T.CH. Randalyn Black Jack
Parents- Dam
Norbeck Disco Girl
F.T.CH. Broadmeafarm Charlie
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FTCH Broadmeafarm Charlie is a strong and well-presented medium sized cocker, furnished with handsome looks and a wonderful temperament. Charlie is a tireless hunter with impeccable working lines. He has proven extremely easy to train and at just 10 months old, he competed, and was placed in an open working test. Before he was 12 months old he had gained further awards in AV working tests.
An Early Performer
At just 16 months he completed his first field trial on rabbits and is regularly shot over for rough shooting. He is showing true talent, hunting with style and real pace. An absolute rocket in any cover, in his first season he won an A/V trial on brambles - the only cocker up against 15 Springers. In his second season, he won the 'Spaniel Club' Open Trial at the Harvington Shoot in Evesham, qualifying him for the 2016 Cocker Spaniel Championship at the Dunira Estate in Scotland. And less than 2 weeks later he won the 'Lincs Gundog Club' Open Cocker Trial at the Beeswax Estate in Stubton, making him up to a 'Field Trial Champion' at the tender age of just 2 years old! 'He is also full brother to the 2014 Cocker Championship runner-up 'Broadmeafarm Beau'. A natural retriever and game-finder, he's equally happy just sat at the peg. To see his trainability and how biddable he has proven from such a young age, visit his stud page at