The York Retriever Field Trial Club is a small self help organization dedicated to dogs and specifically the retrieving breeds.



As per the CKC 

The purpose of a retriever field trial is to determine the relative merits of retrievers in the field and to test both the natural and trained abilities desired in a hunting retriever. Tests should be held in a natural hunting terrain and should be designed to test and separate the competing dogs with the dogs giving the best performances on that particular day being awarded placement. All dogs running in the trial should be given the opportunity to run as many of the tests as time and circumstances allow and if completing the tests in a satisfactory manner, shall be awarded certificates of merit.

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The York Retriever Field Trial Club holds its annual Field Trial at the Scott Farm in Wyebridge Ontario

Directions to the Scott Farm in Wyebridge


Hwy 400 North to Hwy 93 West through Hillsdale, Orr Lake and then Waverly.

Stay on Hwy 93 to Ebenezer Side Road

Turn Right onto Ebenezer Side Road to second Stop Sign (at Wood Road)

Left turn onto Wood Road to Ebenezer Farm # 1994 on left side.

 *Please refer to your CKC Field Trial rulebook for detailed information regarding all field trial stakes. 

Click here /assets/pdf's ckc test rules/313-04-05 retriever field trial.pdf


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