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BASC NI gundog working test

BASC Northern Ireland will host its annual gundog working test at the Larchfield Estate in Lisburn on 19th March 2011 from 9am.

There will be both a team competition and an individual competition with the top team of three people taking home a prize of £150. The best individual will win £75, with overall top dog on the day taking home £100 and a dog transport box worth £350, courtesy of Plastic Promotions. There will also be runner-up prizes. Entries will be accepted on the day.

Tommy Mayne, BASC Northern Ireland director, said: "We would like to express our thanks to our sponsors Chudleys dog food, Norspace and Plastic Promotions for their continued support of this event. This popular working test is always well supported and we look forward to seeing old and new faces on the day."

A gundog working test is a competition which aims to assess the working ability of various breeds of dog. For more information, phone BASC Northern Ireland on 028 9260 5050 or Tommy Mayne on 07775 400531 or email nire@basc.org.uk


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