One of the best gundogs we have bred, owned and worked. She is a litter sister to FTCH Cynhinfa John who can be seen on "Stud Dogs in Use". She is also a litter sister to OFTW Cynhinfa Jesse. Also the Dam of Cynhinfa Mara who is excelling in Germany. Hips 4/4, elbows 0 and eyes clear.
Just the best! Her pedigree speaks for itself, she is also full sister to Field Trial Champion Ropehall Star & F.T.W Ropehall Lio and the Dam of one from her first litter. She is the most stylish and willing gundog I have ever handled and passes on her class and temperament to her pups.Click here for a full pedigree
Cynhinfa John's recent achievements:
Chiltern Gundog Society Open Retriever Trial Oct 2012- First.
Shropshire Gundog Society Open Stake Oct 2014 First.
North Devon Working Gundog Club Open stake Nov 2014 First. Gained Field trial champion title.
Arfon Working Gundog Club Open stake Nov 2014 First. Qualified for IGL Championship, Windsor Dec 2014.
Team Events-Sherborne Castle Country Fair with Usk Valley Working Gundog Club Team 2012, Top dog.
Skinners World cup at Highclere Castle, Wales team 2012.
International competition at Anglesey with Wales team 2012.
Skinners World cup at Highclere Castle, Wales team 2013.
CLA Game Fair, Wales Team Ragley Hall, 2013.
Skinners World cup at Highclere Castle, Wales team 2014.
CLA Game Fair, Wales Team, Blenheim Palace 2014.
Skinners World Cup Englefield Estate, 2015
Sherborne Castle Country Fair with Usk Valley Working Gundog Club 2015 Winning team.
Kennel Club International Great Britain Team Chatsworth House, 2015
CLA Game fair, Harewood House, 2015. Selected to run for Wales team.Click here for a full pedigree
Owned by Bernhard Fibæk of Denmark, who writes; "Just to tell you about Leo, bought from you in 2004. He has done extremly well in Denmark. He is now 8 years old and doesn't compete any more, but have a lot of picking up in the season. He is still in very good health, and he is a very, very good dog. His tittle "DJCH": To get this tittle i Denmark he must have 3 CC on field trails. His other title "DKBRCH": to achive this title he must have 3 CC, and there must be at least one CC at a cold game test and at least one CC on a field trail. He has had 12 litters in Denmark & 3 litters i Germany, and I am very satisfied with his progeny."Click here for a full pedigree
One of our dogs now living in Sweden; "I just want to tell you how pleased I am with Cynhinfa Hamik!! He's an extraordinarily good dog, calm, biddable and with plenty of drive and excellent game finding ability - I just couldn't ask for more. He has now won two first prizes in open class so next year I will enter him into the Elite class (the highest class in Sweden). I have had enquiries from experienced judges ...who want to use him with their bitches next year." HelenaClick here for a full pedigree
From Mara's owner Bernadette Hello, Rob and Ruth, yesterday Mara passed her first test, the German DummyA, which allows her starting in working tests in Germany. This test is open for dogs from 10 months on and she now is 10 months. Normally the dogs are much older when they pass this test. Mara won this DummyA test, got 77/80 pts . The judge has been very pleased with her. She’s a really good working dog, very easy going and stylish. We’ll go on working and training! Best regards, BernadetteClick here for a full pedigree
From Ferro and Nabil's owner, Dear Rob & Ruth! Just want to tell you that everything goes very well with Ferro (Nabil). No problems in any way. He is a calm and confident puppy. Has thrown a dummy in high grass for him twice, just to see what happens... he did great, hunts very well. The photo I attached is taken 14july so a few weeks old, you can see him behind Kimmi (Hamik). Best Regards, HelenaClick here for a full pedigree
From two of our customers, Hi Rob and Ruth , dont know if you remember us coming from E.Yorkshire in February to pick up the 2 black Cocker bitches ? Anyhow I just thought I would get in touch and let you know how pleased we are with them. They are really mad keen at retrieving and hunting and I am just starting to get them on the stop whistle which they are getting the hang of. They are fantastic little dogs and well worth the long drive to Wales to pick them up. Regards Dave and Yvette WalkerClick here for a full pedigree
Paul is a customer living in Norway: He has two of litter brothers, Cynhinfa Kadar & Cynhinfa Kadan; "I thought I’d drop you a line on how our dogs are doing. They survived the Norwegian winter in temps of below -20c some days!!!. Their training has come on leaps and bounds. Both are amazing hunters. I’m out daily with them training, where they are regularly flushing Capercaillie, Black grouse, Woodcock and Snipe. I’ve trained a Labrador to be an FTCH, and these dogs look every bit as good as he did at their age!!. I suppose like my mother likes to say “breeding will out”, if you buy dogs from the best working pedigree, they almost train themselves! We took the dogs to the East of Norway for a trial run by the Norwegian Spaniel Club, with judges from both Sweden and Norway. It was held over two days, and consisted of hunting and flushing Partridges, followed by a shot from a starting pistol and then a “hand-thrown” dead Partridge for a retrieve. Both dogs finished joint first each day in their class, with one of them moved into the elite class, so the judges could see more of how it’s supposed to be done!!. Not bad for two dogs aged 13 months at the time!. They now wish us to run them in trials in Sweden. We are very happy with our dogs; they are extremely well tempered and confident. They’ll be ready for their first “real” shooting trip when the season here starts in mid-september, and boy am I looking forward to it!!!!!!!!! Wishing you both all the best from up here in the land of the midnight sun!"Click here for a full pedigree
Cynhinfa Nana (Hannie) has a wonderful temperament with style and drive. Her Dam Cynhinfa Hannie has bred some superb dogs including FTCH Cynhnfa Laban and FTW Cynhinfa Ladislav. Her Sire FTCH Cynhinfa John is a tremendous dog who is owned and handled by Craig Perry. Hips 4/6, Eyes unaffected by TRD, GPRA, CPRA, HC, Elbows 0Click here for a full pedigree
"Cocker Spaniel puppy Cynhinfa Sean came to Denmark 3 months ago. Since then he has shown how good a breed he is. It's a fantastic smart puppy that I'm proud to own. He powers it all and will become a super cocker as adult. He is incredibly easy to teach. He is smart, persistent, intelligent and at the same time a good looking cocker with an excellent temper.
I am deeply grateful that I could take him to Denmark.
I would strongly recommend your kennel at any time
Bent Christensen, Denmark"