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One Man and his Dog


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International Championship Heat 1: Scotland
Television Sheepdog Trials introduced by Phil Drabble and Eric Halsall from Loweswater in the Lake Dis trict. The teams competing for the Television Trophy are Scotland, Wales, England and Ireland. This week Scotland's competitors are PETER HETHERINGTON with Nell TOM WATSON with Mirk DAVID MCTEIR with Garry Top sheepdogs sometimes make trial work look deceptively easy. To see how much skill and patience is required, each week PHIL DRABBLE visits a farm in North Wales and watches the training of a young dog from his initial meeting with sheep to his first attempt at a trial course.


Introduced By: Phil Drabble
Introduced By: Eric Halsall
Unknown: Lake Dis Trict.
Unknown: Peter Hetherington
Unknown: Nell Tom Watson
Unknown: Mirk David McTeir
Unknown: Garry Top
Producer: Philip S. Gilbert

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