Owner: Fran Murray
ISDS No. 213102
Natural out running dog with good stamina, excellent gatherer and work dog in pens , invaluable at lambing, a good all rounder.
Have trialled, but work was more time consuming.
This dog has all the qualities which is starting to become rare in many collies.
Owner: David Rees
ISDS No. 00/321721
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"Cap is a reliable outrunning dog with plenty of push on the heaviest of sheep. He is always coming forward but is easily handled. He is never off his feet and has quiet, natural power. He has a perfect temperament and has already proved himself to be a good sire. I have a really good one year old bitch from him who is demonstrating Cap's outwork and push on bigger numbers of sheep." He is DNA clear for CEA and is dual registered with both the ISDS and the Kennel Club.
The semen is eligible for Australia
Owner: A.Llyr Evans
ISDS No. 309467
Zac is a red and white smooth coated pricked eared dog and is the son of Gwynfor Owen's Zac ISDS Registration No 263935, which has been a popular stud dog and has gained a reputation as a very good breeder of working and trial dogs.
Zac is a quality type of dog and a natural out runner, a very good on his flanks and can handle all types of sheep with plenty of power when needed. He will give 100% on the farm working sheep and cattle and on the trials field where he won his first open trial when he was 16 months old and was also completing double fetch courses at that age. He is a very confident dog with a good temperament. He is DNA tested CEA Normal, therefore can never breed CEA affected puppies
Microchip no. 956000002341255
Owner: Elaine Plant
Although specialising in Obedience he still works sheep!.
In obedience he is proving to be a strong but biddable dog. Will hopefully follow in the footsteps of his father Obedience Champion Gesviesha Falcon Flyer, son of Bobby Dalziels Wisp
Owner: Mike Northwood
ISDS No. 234479
Drift has a high-class working pedigree displaying many of triallings most successful competition and breeding dogs. His sire, Turk 178034, descends through the well proven and recognised lines of Fortune's Glen and Thomas Longton's English National Brace Champion Maggie 140478. Maggie was a full sister to Thomas' English National Driving Champion Tweed 140476 and they both return in lineage to the unreserved power of the International Supreme Champion Bosworth Cooon 34186 and Reserve International Supreme Champion Gyp 38336. Drift's dam, Jess 219788, is extremely well bred in her own right, descending as she does from International Supreme Champion Davy 131049 and John Templeton's triple Scottish National Champion Roy 114678, through Roy's first born son, John Bathgate's Vic 128240, the 1984 Scottish National Driving Champion.
Drift, like his father was easy to train and a real balancer of sheep. He is confident at daily work and will work lambs as well as ewes. Placed at open trials Drift is a dual purpose dog.
Owner: Aled Owen
ISDS No. 224454
By Carl 188967, out of Nel 171678
- Reserve Welsh Champion - 2000
- Int. Farmers Champion - 2000
- Int. Supreme Champion - 2000
- World Sheepdog Trials Champion - 2002'
- Reserve Welsh Champion 2004
Microchip - 968000000094546, hip score - 8
Please note - BOB has tested genetically Normal for CEA/CH, hence can be bred to any mate and will produce no pups affected with CEA/CH
Owner: Marlene Kinver
ISDS No. 220333
Predominantly of Welsh bloodlines, Speed is bred back strongly on his sires side to John Thomas' highly successful Craig line. These same qualities are again displayed on the maternal side of his lineage through Mac 116944, who's great-grandfather Reserve Welsh National Champion Chip 29946, was Craig's sire. In fact Craig is line-bred to Chip as he also appears as a maternal great-grandfather on his dams side.
Speed working name Jake, This dog is a proven breeder clicking well with a variety of females. Offspring are forceful and bold, running in the Irish nursery finals and trials on the mainland. In professional hands Jake would have gone all the way.
Once taught Jake never forgets
Owner: Aled Owen
ISDS No. 315270
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A natural dog who could be the best dog I have ever had. A natural outrunner with bags of power and breeding well to a variety of bitches.
2015 Welsh National Champion
2015 Supreme and International Champion
Llangwm Cap Clear IGS
Llangwm Cap Clear NCL
Llangwm Cap Carrier TNS
Owner: Allistair Lyttle
ISDS No. 270337
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DNA Carrier for CEA
Can be bred to DNA Normal bitches only.
Excellent Work and consistent trial dog. Winner of Singles title One man and his Dog 2010
You can see spot in action on youtube by clicking on the following link
Owner: Gwynfor Owen
ISDS No. 263935
Zac is a classy, powerful dog who has never taken a backward step when working stock. He is a natural out runner and is equally at home on the hill or on the trials field. He is brown and white, pricked ears and has stamina to spare and he enjoys large difficult courses and has been a regular winner on the North Wales trials circuit. He has been a popular stud dog and has gained a reputation as a very good breeder of working and trial dogs.
He is DNA Normal
ISDS Registration No 263935 D.O.B 04.03.03
Kennel Club registration no. AM0901081
Microchip no. 981000002771171
Welsh team member 2009 and 2011
Welsh driving champion 2011
Talgarreg Double Fetch Trial 2010 - 4th
Deerplay Final 2007 - 2008 - 2009 and was was 2nd in 2009
Vivod Champion 2008
Owner: Richard Millichap
ISDS No. 224339
Ben is used as a top class hill dog at Hendre Owen Farm where his value, working upwards of fifteen hundred ewes and lambs and a 150 or so suckler cows, cannot be overstated. Add to this the fact that he has been supremely competitive on the trials field, winning more Open trials than Richard can remember, to go along with his impressive National and International resume. 1999-6th in the Welsh National and 7th in the Supreme Championship.
2002 5th in the World Trial and the winner of the One Man And His Dog televised trial; 2003 Reserve Supreme Champion and International Outwork Champion, and you have one of the greatest work dogs of the last decade.
Ben is producing quality hill and trial dogs to a variety of bitches. Taddymoor Cap, a Ben son, was placed in the top ten at the 2004 Supreme Championship and is a multiple Open trial winner; Richard Millichap's Lad, another Ben son, is also a multiple Open trial champion. Both will represent Wales at the coming World Championships in Ireland in July.
Microchip - 9810000000398214
Owner: Thomas Longton
ISDS No. 216081
Tremendous hill dog, first class everyday work dog and open trial winner. Well bred with natural ability.
3rd at 2003 International Brace Championship
16th at 2003 International Qualification Trials
8th at 2003 English National
2nd at 2003 English Brace National
2nd 2000 International Supreme Championship
3rd at 2000 International Brace Championship
10th at 2000 English National
2nd at 2000 English Brace National
11th at 1999 English Brace National
2nd at 1998 International Brace Championship
2nd at 1998 English Brace National
Owner: Janet Beales
ISDS No. 248493
Hip Score 3:4
DNA genetically Normal for CEA
Throws Rough Coats
Carries the red/brown gene and the dilute gene to produce slate and lilac.
Mars produces fantastic temperaments, a fantastic working pedigree with all the colour thrown in as well proven by his pups doing well in sheep work and agility. Pups by Astra Mars are usually wanting to work sheep/cattle by twelve weeks (depending on the mother) and have proved easy to train.
SH CH Rocheby Old Smokey X Balrion Weathertop Jane Eyre
BVA Hips 3/4
Owner: Michael Longton
ISDS No. 257223
Monty is a wonderful dog who always wants to be by my side helping me. He has the style for the trials field where he can either take flighty sheep gently or push heavy sheep round and also the power and natural ability to work a large flock of sheep. He won the 2004 English National at Piddinghoe by a clear margin of 13 points. He has a lovely friendly nature with people.
Owner: Janet Beale
ISDS No. 231276
Hip Score 4:4
DNA Genetically Normal for CEA
Throws Rough and smooth coats, Carries the red/brown gene.
Astra Tweed is everyone's friend as he believes that everyone will be nice to him, he is the biggest softy in the canine world but when it comes to sheep, wow, he becomes a different dog. On sheep, Tweed is very strong in every sense of the word.
If you are wanting true power, Tweed is the dog for your bitch, I have never been stuck anywhere with sheep or cattle. Tweeds pups are showing the same determination to get the job done, but have proved easy to train, his first pups have done exceptionally well in Agility and Farmwork. The winter of 2005/6 will bring out his first ever pups to have the opportunity to compete on the trials field.
Owner: Ann Lou Daybell
ISDS No. 222108
Storm is a proven sire of many open trial winners & top class working dogs. He is a natural, fluent mover with great power & authority to handle all types of sheep kindly. His temperament is 100% under all conditions, which is inherited by his offspring
Storm is DNA tested CEA Normal, therefore can never breed CEA affected puppies
Microchip - 956000000038996
SH CH Ramsayville Route Sixty Six X Balrion Weathertop Spellsong
BVA Hips 3/2
Optigen Normal by parentage
Owner: Aled Owen
ISDS No. 266416
ROY tested genetically Normal for CEA/CH, hence can be bred to any mate and will produce no pups affected with CEA/CH
2007 Supreme Champion and 2008 World Champion.
Kennel Club registration Cemig Roy AK0900700
Roy is a Key dog and is breeding quality work and trial dogs.
Owner: Aled Owen
ISDS No. 276484
Mac is genetically tested normal for CEA/CH.
Hip score 4/3.
A proven breeder and sire of many top dogs. Semen eligible for most countries including Australia.
His Blood test results are,
Owner: Chris Smart
ISDS No. 228380
Owner: James Mcgee
ISDS No. 00/309926
Sid is a tremendous work dog . He is absolutely tireless when it comes to work. An Absolutely fantastic lambing dog. Just applying the correct amount of pressure to get the job done. If I have to fault him, it is that there is no 'Off Switch ' . Having won the Nursery Final 2012 , he went on to gain over 100 open points in that season . He trialled quite well in 2013 . But seemed to get stronger and pushier towards the end of 2013 season . And me being what some people describe as a perfectionist , I took the decision to stop trialling him. As it was really bugging me that I could not stop him in the drive. Having said this , Sid will never be offered for sale. As he has proved himself to be a tremendous breeding dog also. Being the Father of the 2014 Supreme Champion Glencregg Silver and numerous other young dogs starting to appear on the trial field off him. He is one of those dogs that seems to click with almost any type of bitch . Passing on his work ethic and a superb temperament in nearly all his offspring . James P Mc Gee September 2014
Owner: Vic Morris
ISDS No. 183767
Mac 183767. He was English National Champion 1994 and Reserve Supreme Champion in the same year. He was runner up to Johnny Wilson's Spot.
Mac is Sire of many excellent dogs and is the Grandsire to 3 very famous bitches.
Clwyd Nell 254027, Welsh National Champion with Gwyn Jones Penmachno 2010
Ewen Mackinnon's Nan 267451, multi trial winner and 2nd in the Scottish National.
James Mcgee's Becca 264339, 20005 reserve Supreme Champion. 2007 Irish National Champion and 2011 World Champion
Owner: James Mcgee
ISDS No. 00/327528
Silver's record speaks for itself. He is the best dog that I have ever worked with. From six months of age, I started to train him. And at under 8 months of age, he was on the trial field. And very quickly made his mark. Finishing 3rd in Nursery league ( Donegal Section ) and went on to win North of Ireland Nursery Final 2014 at 10 months of age . I am not quite sure , but I think Silver has won almost 15 opens, from February to August 2014. Being placed 6th in World Trial and crowned it off with winning the International Supreme Championship . I think he is the youngest dog to ever do this and also to win both Nursery Final and Supreme in the same year?
Silvers ability with sheep is the best I have ever seen. (And yes this is a big statement) . But Silver has a tremendous nack at landing at the right spot behind the sheep on the outrun. Sometimes looking as if he has stopped short and other times looking as if he has over shot. But if you wait until the sheep have lifted, you will discover that he is 100% correct every time. And he does this every time without command. Took me a little while to discover that he was best left to do this himself. Like his mother Becca , sheep seem to really like him . He applies the right amount of pressure, should the sheep be heavy or light. Just when I thought Silver couldn't impress me any more, he did. This happened in the final at he World Trial. Silver had a very good start. First outrun lift and fetch, almost perfect. Then on the turn back for the second packet of sheep, he got it wrong. Mainly my fault for not flanking him wide enough. And for such a young dog the amount of time spent trying to get him to go back on the right line. A fair amount of pressure applied, most dogs would have folded. But having reached the second packet from the wrong side. Silver just settled into the job, lifted the sheep and carried on as if nothing had ever happened. (A TRUE PROFESSIONAL) James P Mc Gee September 2014.
Open Trial Results Silver 2014
2nd Jan Loughlin Conn Limavady Co Derry 5th Place
9th Feb Charlie Flood Fanad Donegal 1st Place
23rd Feb Paul Rodgers Manor Donegal 5th Place
2nd March James P Mc Gee Creggan Ballybofey 1st Place
5th April Eamon McAuley Toome 1st Place
12th April Eamon McAuley Toome 1st Place
18th May Manorcunningham 3rd Place
17th May Eamon McAuley Toome 1st Place
24th May James P McGee Creggan Ballybofey 1st Place
30th May Allistair and David Lyttle Pettigo Trial One 4th Place
Trial Two 3rd Place
31st May Seamus Gallagher Newtowncrommelin 6th Place
14th June Glenravel and District Working Sheepdog Society Newtowncrommelin 1st Place
21st June Charlie Lynch Killen 1st Place
4th-6th July lsIe of man 1st Place qualifying trial day 2, Placed 3rd in double lift final.
19th July Plumbridge Co Tyrone 2nd Place
20th July Churchill Co. Donegal 1st Place
26th July Irish National 2014, Burt 8th Place
27th July Dunfanaghy Co. Donegal 1st Place
3rd August Termon and District Sheepdog Trials 1st Place
4th August Bonniconlon Co. Mayo 1st Place
5th August Clonmany Agricultural Show 1st Place
30th August North of Ireland SDS Trial 2nd Place
12th September 2014 Supreme Champion
Owner: Michael Longton
ISDS No. 259253
Rainow Todd is a free flanking fast moving dog with a good steady follow, he is quick to respond to any commands. He was fully broken by 9 months and ran in his first open aged 13 months gaining 6th prize. His offspring are proving to be keen to work sheep at a young age and are strong willed. There are videos of his offspring on youtube, just contact me for the links. He has a great hip score and also carries the red gene so can breed red pups.
Owner: Timothy Longton
ISDS No. 254883
Jake is a younger brother of Michael’s Moss a very consistent dog, with a good outrun always knowing where his sheep are, he is able to take almost any type of sheep round the course with a minimum of effort. He is good at the shed coming in quickly and with authority. Jake had a very successful nursery season, followed by making an impression on the prize list in open trials in his first season. He was reserve for the English team in 2004
Owner: Donald Macdonald's
ISDS No. 261673
Sire Bill (J K Kennedy) No 252806
Dam Connie (J K Kennedy) No 233290
Owner: Neil Jones
ISDS No. 229309
Bob has a first class working pedigree taking in many of triallings highly regarded breeding and trialling dogs, and it displays a nice balance shown between well established Scottish and Welsh breedlines.
"Power" is not about getting in first, its being able to stand your ground under extreme pressure. He came 7th in the English National and was the winner of the English heat of One Man and His Dog when he was only two.
One year after an injury at work which resulted in severed ligaments to a hock joint, (an injury that would finish most dogs), Bob bounced back to take the National Shepherds Trophy at the next National.
Bob is an excellent work dog who needs very little commanding and works well on his own initiative. With an abundance of controlled power, Bob really has the heart of a lion.