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Red & Whites in the Field

The Irish Red and White Setter is a striking dog in the field.  He should cover ground in a fluid manner and hunt with a powerful, elegant style.  The pearly white coat with vivid red patches that they are named for makes them easy to spot in most cover and at distance.  They are not as large as Gordon Setters, and of a more athletic build compared to their racy, full Red cousins and while similar in size to the English Setter, they very much have their own style.  They have less coat than the other Setters, and that coat tends to have a different texture, making them easier to groom after hunting.  And they hunt as they do everything else — with boundless joy and enthusiasm.


In the Field

An Irish Red and White Setter stands on point.  the near foreleg is pulled up in the classic point position.  The quarry is not visible, but the intensity of the dog leaves no doubt it is near.

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When you look at a dog’s pedigree it tells you what he might be.  

When you look at a dog in the show ring it tells you what he seems to be.

When you take your dog to the field, he tells you who he really is.


Got a gundog?  Work it!


Renegade pups in the field

The next generation shows great promise of living up to dad.  

Cloudless blue Skys and rolling green hills provide the backdrop for  a  juvenile Irish Red and White who sits proudly in the back of a pick-up, framed by shotguns on either side.  In front of the dog are eight birds from his morning's work
A young Irish Red and white setter stands in the bed of a pickup truck, a gun and six birds lay before her.  Late fall trees and a barn-red building provide backdrop.

Russell (Renegade's Golden Hour JH) is putting in solid work in Northern California, while pretty girl Scarlet, (Renegade's Timeless Dreamcatcher JH NA-II) is getting great field training in Michigan with her devoted biped.

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