is the official website
Trial Liaison Council.
FTLC was established in terms of the Constitution of
the Kennel Union of Southern Africa. The Council has
jurisdiction over every club affiliated to the KUSA,
which carries on Field Trial activities.
objectives of the Council are:
To provide a
single body representative of all clubs
carrying on Field Trial activities within the
area of its jurisdiction.
create and provide the means of closer
co-operation and liaison between all clubs with
particular reference to the allocation and
approval of dates for proposed Field Trials and
any other public activities promoted by such
act as an advisory and supervisory body to
To provide a channel of communication to the
KUSA and between member clubs and the Federal
assist and represent the Federal Council in its
dealings and communications with member clubs
and individual members of such clubs and to
perform such other functions as may be delegated
to it by the Federal Council.
P.O. Box 906239
Practice notes issued in relation to
Retriever Field Trials:
Training on the venue
2021 Championship Stake
The event was
hosted by the Walmer and Suburban
Kennel Club on 21-22 August 2021.
The judges were Dr Alan
Kloeck (Snr), Rob Ainslie, Michael Kloeck
and Neil Tatham.
First place went to
Charles Trollope's FT.Ch Gospelash
Highlander of Chardale (Rookie) and second
place went to Terry Watson's Roodehek Orions
Longbow of Lymond (Kester).
Guns' Choice was
awarded to Rookie.
2020 Top Dog Awards
awards were confirmed.
members for 2021:
Chair - Dr Alan Kloeck
Vice Chair - Jenny Smith
Secretary - Renee Minny
Treasurer - Marie Wynne
Retriever Field Trial Results (Current
The key to abbreviations used may
be found here.
Trial Fixture Calendar
View or download the Club Schedules as they
are made available. (PDF)
this link to find available Schedules
KUSA entry form
For all field trial events, the entry form is
available in MSWord
and PDF formats. Remember, do
not alter the layout or
terms and conditions!
To enter trials, please use only the
official KUSA Field Trial Entry Form by
selecting the preferred format from the
Entry forms for other working
disciplines will unfortunately be rejected.