The Ken Hill Farms & Estate in Norfolk hosted the 73rd A.V. Spaniel Championship. Judges Ralph Edwards and Ron Loomes watched 49 dogs and handlers over the two days, which held in the edges of the woodlands. John Dollman the headkeeper and steward of the beat ensured plentiful game.
The Green family acquired the Ken Hill Farms & Estate in 1968 for it’s fine partridge and pheasant shooting. Great efforts have been made to secure the survival of wild partridge. Harry Buscall, the grandson of the late Sir Stephen Lycett Green owns the estate and is a keen supporter of country sports.
Running time 170 mins.
Filmed and produced by Paul French Video with commentary by Martin Deeley.