Irish Red and White Setter
The Irish Red and White Setter is an ancient breed from Ireland – the forerunner of the Irish Red Setter. References to the Red and White setter (including desciptions of a ‘croucher’ or ‘setter’) can be found in gundog books as early as the 14th century, although they probably would look nothing like the dogs we see today.
The Irish Red and White is a happy, good natured, truly loyal and affectionate dog. It is highly intelligent, independent and is extremely energetic, just what a game dog should be. They are capable of doing whatever you ask of them, but whatever that is they need proper and consistent training from an early age.
No matter what you intend to do with your Irish Red and White Setter: agility, obedience, showing, working or ‘just’ a loyal and loving family pet, we hope there is something of interest on this site for all. Have a look at the breed standard for the finer details.
This year’s Ladies Kennel Association show in December at the NEC has been cancelled.
The Club has taken the decision to cancel its shows this year – the Championship Show and the Autumn Open Show. Hopefully it will be possible to hold this during 2021.
This year’s AGM has been postponed: in accordance with Kennel Club’s recommendation it will be held just before the 2021 AGM. Further details will be posted.
The latest information on dates for all club events
Spring Open Show
Judge – Mrs Jane Eyeington
Steventon Village Hall, OX13 6RR
Annual General Meeting
Shuttington Villae Hall, B79 0DP
Judge – Mrs Suzanne Humphries
KC Building, Stoneleigh CV8 2LZ
Autumn Spring Show
Judge – Mrs Jacqueline Ward
Hasland Village Hall, Chesterfield S41 0AY