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13th November - Gundog Winner Brody drives away his brand new Steed
When Brody Chequer achieved the unthinkable and became the 2013 Gundog Champion at the Midland Game Fair, the talented new handler not only saw off previous winner and stepfather Kevin John, but also bagged himself a brand new Great Wall Steed Tracker in the process too!
The Great Wall Motor World Series Gundog Championship supported by Chudleys, offers everybody the chance of getting involved, and this year’s competition proved that years of experience is not necessarily the key to success. Deserved winner Brody proves that with a bit of luck, lots of hard work and commitment, the championship is all to play for.
Speaking of his win Brody says: “I didn’t know I’d won at first, I just couldn’t believe something like this could happen to me. My stepdad has taught me everything I know, so I owe a lot to him. I’ve only been training for the last 6 months, so to win is absolutely amazing. There are not many 22 year olds that can drive away in a brand new pick up, I’m over-the-moon.”
Living in Banbury in Oxford, Brody qualified at the Highclere Country Fair running his cocker spaniel Dillon. Visiting International Motors to claim his prize, Brody was overjoyed to finally be awarded his pick up, a brand new Great Wall Steed Tracker. The perfect accompaniment for the shooting season ahead, Brody continues to say: “The truck is exactly what I need and perfect for the shooting season. From picking up and going to shoots, myself and Dillon will certainly be putting it to good use. I can’t thank Great Wall enough, I couldn’t of asked for anything more!”
Brody and his spaniel Dillon were joined by his granddad and mum for the handover at International Motors in Coleshill.