Richter

judy.jpg  Jörg Mente (DE) – Prüfungsleitung

Liebe Teilnehmer an der Oberwald Trophy,

als ehemaliger Förster bin ich seit 50 Jahren berufsbedingt Jäger und habe verschiedene Jagdhunde-Rassen geführt, von 1985 an auch Labradors. Seit über 30 Jahren bin ich JGHV-und seit 13 Jahren auch FCI-Field Trial-Richter. Alle unsere eigenen Hunde waren und sind Nachsuchen-Hunde, sowohl auf Niederwild, als auch auf Schalenwild.  Bei Nachsuchen braucht man Beides: Gehorsam und Selbstständigkeit. Mit der Dummy-Arbeit haben wir ein hervorragendes Trainings-Mittel dafür, dass sich beides die Waage hält.

Über die Einladung mit vier  Richtern aus dem Mutterland unserer Hunde gemeinsam zu richten, habe ich mich sehr gefreut. Hoffentlich habt Ihr Teilnehmer auch viel Freude an der Oberwald Trophy und gewinnt weitere Aspekte für Eure Trainingsarbeit.

 

 

Terry Prentice  Terry Prentice (UK)

My interest in shooting and gundog training started in my early teens. I first competed in field trial in the early seventies. Since then I have had considerable success with Labradors and golden retrievers running under the Findpoint affix. I have qualified for the retriever championship six times, and my best placing to date a diploma of merit in 2014.

 

I have been an A panel judge for more than thirty years and have judged all over England, Ireland and Europe.
At present I have the honour of being the president of the international Gundog league.

I am honoured that the Swiss Retriever Club has asked me to Judge. and look forward to meeting all the competitors at this year’s event

 

 

craig.png  Craig Perry (UK)

I was brought up in a family that were keen on shooting and fishing especially rough shooting, so I always had  spaniels and labradors around me which taught me a lot about gun dogs. I wanted to try field trials so I bought cynhinfa John as a puppy , joined a local club Usk Valley and began my journey into field trials and tests.


I began trialling  nine years ago and to date have won seven trials with Cynhinfa John making him up to a field trial champion and qualifying  and running in the IG L championship in 2015 and 2016. Running Cynhinfa John in tests he has won outright top dog twice at Sherborne Castle team events and been part of the winning team. He has run for Wales ten times at the CLA and Skinners World Cup also represented Wales at the Anglesey international. Cynhinfa John also represented Great Britain at the international team event at Chatsworth in 2015. 


I have had another dog Cynhinfa Lennon who won his first novice trial and represented Wales at the CLA international test. Also had another dog Rimrock Wolf who won his first novice trial and went on to win his first open trial, a two day open qualifying him to run in the 2017 IGL championships. I have been a committee member of the Usk Valley Working Gundog Club for 8 years also field trial secretary for four years.


I have been judging trials for seven years and in 2015 I passed the J Regs exam and in 2017 qualified as a B panel judge for field trials.