- Our club was the first to train a bitch to SchH III within the BSA (Brian Sincock with Bonnie).
- Each successful SchH III first time qualification from the start point of BH is honoured by the club with a special trophy.
- WRSC members have won the BSA National on four separate occasions:
- - Chris Bows with Vorhanden Jeck in 1997
- - Jim Jackson with Lothar vom Boombos in 1998
- - Richard James with Latchets Tiquila in 2002
- - Richard James with Latchets Tiquila in 2003
- Latchets Tiquila is the only bitch to win the National twice with the highest score to date and the only overall excellent at a National with the 288 points achieved in 2002.
- Our members, including Don Harrison, Richard James, Alan Wood and Pat Woods have represented the BSA in the European Championships at both the WUSV and the FCI.
- Success continued in 2006 with our two representatives (Alan Wood and Pat Woods) at the National gaining third and fourth place respectively to help the club regain the BSA top club trophy for the second year running.
- At the first GSDL WDG National 2008 the White Rose had four club members entered.
- Our helpers and tracklayers over the many years have contributed to the organisation success, in participating at all levels, and we are very fortunate at the moment to have 2 B class licensed helpers and one at the A class level.
- We have titled a Rottweiler bitch to Sch111 the first one in the UK
We look forward to ongoing success and continued support for all who are interested in our wonderful sport. Following our amalgamation into the GSDL our aim is to encourage more people into the sport in the UK and raise it to a level that will challenge the very best on the international stage.
The definition of a White Rose Legend is to have either been selected for the International match, or the World Championships (both WUSV and FCI) or to have won the BSA National.
Jim Jackson with Cody
Chosen to represent Scotland at the International Match
Cody was a working police dog as well as participating in our sport, and was bred from two show champions and came to Jim as a young dog.
Don Harrison with Hobbie
Chosen to represent England at the International match
Hobbie came to Don as a young dog bred from show lines, quickly making SCH111 and qualifying more than 20 times with many times excellent in the tracking phase
Chris Bows with Jeck
Chosen to represent England at the International match and won the BSA National in 1997, Jeck achieved an EXCELLENT overall score and gained excellents in tracking and protection, twice achieving 100 points in tracking. Jeck was a home bred dog from East German working line male and a German show line female.
Richard A James with Deano
Chosen to represent England at the International match came to Richard as a young dog making excellent in tracking and protection, bred from show lines.
Jim Jackson with Lothar
Owned by C Bows, Lothar won the BSA National in 1998, imported from Holland by C Bows, scored excellent in protection.
Pat Woods with H
Pat bought H as a pup from imported German working line parents, quailified her to SCH111 and represented the United Kingdom in Warvre at the first WUSV event that competitors were invited to compete at, H was the second dog that Pat had qualified to SCH111
Richard A James with Jet
Jet was owned and trained by Caroline Robertson, and later handled by Richard winning the BSA National in 2002 and 2003 with the highest overall national winning score and the only overall excellent at the national event, gained excellent in tracking and obedience, twice selected for the WUSV team for Ravenna and Eindhoven.
Pat Wood with Axel
Selected to represent the United kingdom in FCI championships in 2005 and 2006, Axel was imported by Pat from Belgium having his IPO 1 title, breeding is Belgium working lines.
Alan Wood with Mollie
Selected to represent the United Kingdom in FCI championships 2006 and WUSV championships 2005, bred from UK working line female and imported working line male
Richard James with Jake
Selected to represent the United Kingdom in WUSV championships 2009 trained from BH to SCH111 by Richard top placed H O T dog 2009 All Breed Championship, Jake is bred from a Czech imported female and sired by a son of Richards National winner Latchets Tiquila
Terri Wright with Tess
Selected to represent the United Kingdom in Haganau France 2014 achieving overall qualification Good and winning the UK All Breed National in the same year.
Non members / visitors must request permission to attend in advance of each session.
A training fee of £ 5.00 per person per session including tea/coffee
Chairperson: P James
Secretary: A Brooks
Treasurer: C M Spurr
Trainer: K Sullivan
Tuesday: 12:00pm till late
Sunday: 11:00am till late