|1st - Tay Valley Gundog Association, novice, 1996
2nd - North of Scotland Gundog Association, open, 1996
2nd - Luthian and Borders Gundog Association, novice, 1996
Certificate of Merit - Strathmore, open, 1996
1st - Tay Valley Gundog Association, novice, 1996
1st - Labrador Club of Scotland, 2-day open, 1996
Certificate of Merit - Tay Valley Gundog Association, 2-day open qualifier, 1996
Qualified - British Retriever Championship, 1996
1st - Tay Valley Gundog Association, open, 1997
1st - Highland Gundog Association, 2-day open qualifier, 1997
3rd - British Retriever Championship, 1997
1997 Top Labrador Retriever at S.C.O.T. Game Fair
1997 selected to run on the Scottish team, C. L. A. Game Fair, Northampton,
FTCh Baildonian Baron placed third in the 1997 British Retriever Championship
making him the highest qualified British FTCh to reside outside the United Kingdom.
Baron qualified for the championship in ?96 and ?97. He further distinguished himself by
running on the Scottish Retriever team at the C.L.A Game Fair in Northampton in ?97
and was voted the top Labrador at the Scottish Game Fair that same year. Baron?s
performance record is widely recognized in Britain, Scotland and Northern Ireland.
For many years Baron has been among the most popular sires in the UK. Baron produces
black and yellow puppies which are stocky and well proportioned, a true classic Labrador
appearance with a blocky head and thick tail. His offspring have the drive and style
necessary for the field, yet retain a pleasing, calm temperament. Several Wildrose dams
are sired by Baron including Tess, Tara, Bonnie II and Chris.
In addition to frequenting the finest wingshoots in Scotland and England for trial and
sport, Baron proved to be an effective game-trailing dog for wounded stag in the Scottish
highlands. He has the nose for any type game.
Baron produces pups with natural game-finding traits with the temperament and ease of
handle that is expected in the finest of Gentleman?s gundogs. He is the genuine article.