Who are Warrenby Gundogs?
Andrew Farley is the head trainer at Warrenby Gundogs. He has over 20 years of experience training all breeds of gundogs. Originally specialising in Labrador Retrievers, he has extensive experience of training all three gundog types and has won awards with spaniels, Hunt Point Retrievers (HPRs) and Labradors alike.
Andrew continues to compete his own dogs at local, national and international level as well as judging. He has won too numerous awards to mention at Novice and Open standards at Working Test competitions and Field Trials alike.
He has recently competed in the 2008 and 2010 HPR World Championships with his German Shorthaired Pointer Sanjon Ariel at Warrenby (AKA Milo) as part of the very successful Great Britain Team.
His 18 month old Labrador PriestHill Prince, affectionately known as "Indy", has already won awards at Open Standard Working Test competitions and Andrew is looking forward to competing this promising young dog again this season. Watch this space for further successes!
Emma Carter is another of Warrenby Gundogs’ trainers who has become a regular competitor and judge in the gundog world. Since joining Warrenby Gundogs in 2007, she has competed all over the UK and Europe with several dogs trained by Warrenby Gundogs. She has achieved awards in Working Tests and Field Trials in Puppy, Novice and Open Grades.
She currently competes with her German Shorthaired Pointer (GSP) Blythbeck Elixir (aka Meg), Sanjon Breana (GSP), Warrendown Flash of Atilla (GSP) and Gonegos the Changeling (HWV) at Open standard and has many wins to her name in both Working Test Competitions and Field Trials at all Standards.
Emma competed in the HPR World Championships in 2008 with Warrenby Gundogs’ Sanjon Atilla at Warrenby AKA Jake (GSP). Emma also qualified for the 2010 HPR World Championships alongside Andrew Farley with Sanjon Breana AKA Storm (GSP).
If you would like to benefit from Andrew and Emma's expertise, contact us, we look forward to hearing from you!
And not forgetting...Warrenby Gundogs could not continue without the help and support of many long-standing trainees who assist with dummy throwing and logistics. These are the unsung heroes of the training field who not only have to endure the inclement British weather for hours on end but also have to decipher Andrew’s hand signals. Truly no mean feat!