Gordon setter

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a Scottish breed with a black-and-tan coat

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Saturday and Sunday - New England Irish Setter Club and Tarton Gordon Setter Clubs' hunt test.
Cole, a regular racegoer and member at Cheltenham who has already decided to pay off some of his mortgage and is promising to get "lots of special treats" for his dog Shadow, a Gordon Setter, is similarly excited about his `chance of a lifetime', but said: "Totesport look to have picked the most difficult race and Newmarket is a graveyard for punters because every horse is trying to win.
Chris Donnelly, who lives in Llangrannog, Ceredigion, and owns a Gordon Setter, said most dog owners always cleared up their pets' mess but a minority paid no heed to threats of fines.
A handsome Gordon setter with black eyes to match his gleaming coat, he is beating through a light breeze, crashing through the trackless expanse of purple heather and relying on his nose to outwit his quarry.
In beating out a toy poodle, a standard poodle, an Alaskan malamute, a sheepdog, a dachshund and a Gordon setter, Rocki underlined her status as the top-winning dog of last year.
THIS ISSUE'S GORDON setter breed feature by Brad Fitzpatrick triggered some happy memories.
A four-year-old Gordon setter called Lourdace Fulcrum won Best Gundog but co-owner Josie Baddeley is the sister of judge Di Arrowsmith.
Tomorrow and Sunday - TarTan Gordon Setter Club hunting test for pointing breeds.
Among these, the Gordon setter seems to have passed along the most readily identifiable traits, both physical and temperamental.
Jose Baddeley, aged 75, from Brownhills, has been breeding dogs for more than 40 years, and is due to show three-year-old Gordon setter Lottie at this year's event.
District nurse Sylvia Gibbins was out walking Bramble, a 14-year-old Gordon setter, yesterday morning at 9.
However, beyond "getting lots of special treats" for his pet dog Shadow, a Gordon Setter, he has not thought any further into the future.
WHEN John and Linda Hewitt chose Nelson, a Gordon Setter puppy, for a family pet they thought he was gorgeous and knew he was special.
The Gordon setter owes its name to Alexander, Fourth Duke of Gordon, who is largely credited with establishing and perfecting the large black-and-tan setter.
Gordon Setter Club of Scotland's championship show, Cochrane Hall, Alva, 10am.