National Retriever Club of Canada

The National Retriever Club of Canada (NRCC) website is your source for Canadian Retriever Field Trial and Hunt Test information. Visit often for the most up-to-date Field Trial and Hunt Test Schedules, Results, and Activities that could impact you.

The National Retriever Club of Canada has member clubs across Canada. It is through these clubs that a National Retriever Championship and a National Amateur Retriever Championship is hosted each year. These events are held under the Canadian Kennel Club Field Trial Rules and Regulations. Throughout the year, member clubs host their own Licensed Field Trials and/or Hunt Test Stakes.

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The 2019 field trial season is fast approaching and with it comes new enhancements to our entry and reporting system. Retriever Results has listened to your requests and has worked through the winter months to implement a new user interface that addresses data quality and duplication issues. This should make entering dogs faster, easier and reduce the introduction of errors. For dogs that already exist, entering a dog is as simple as selecting the stake, entering the CKC number and the Handler.

The tentative schedules have been posted for 2019 Field Trials and Hunt Tests

      2019 National Amateur Retriever Championship

  • Host Club: Alberta Field Trial Club
  • Location: Keoma, Alberta
  • Dates: July 22-27
  • Judges: Christine Mason, Nolan Nelkenbrecher, Barry Grundy

      2019 National Retriever Championship

  • Host Club: Labrador Retriever Club of Central Ontario
  • Location: Brighton, Ontario
  • Dates: September 9-14
  • Judges: Sharon Van Der Lee, Gerry Pozzebon, Chris Bayles