We like to introduce our males, some of them could be able to use as stud dog if you have the right broadbitch and if you are the kind of breeder who take great responsibility and really loves the breed

It is a big thing to let males be used by some other breeders, and we have some things we want you to know:
Are you sure your broadbitch is what the breed needs to develop?
Are you sure you are able to take care of a litter?
Are you sure you know all the Kennel Club rules and all the veterinarian recommendations?
Are you sure you can find good home to the puppies?
Are you sure you could keep some?
What else could be your reason to have puppies, if you not are planning to keep one or two?

If you live in Sweden, are you sure your future puppybuyers will check the hips and go to MH description?

Well I'm sure that not everyone will, but I'm happy if some does!

During the years I've learned that it is very easy to let to many breeders use our stud dogs.

So now I like to think:
Would I like to have a puppy from that litter?
If the answear is "Yes!"
we would like you to come.

Remember, the litter is your responsibility, regarding to the broadbith quality, health  and care and so on.

I'm  responsible for my stud dogs health regarding eyes, hips, temperament and also need to make sure my dogs are good enough when it comes  to exterior and shows.

My part is also to try to check as much as possibly what progeny my males give regarding health, showresults and temperament.

If I do not think my male is good enough I don't want him in breeding terms at all, or maybe some could do very very good for the breed in some part, but not in another part, then we might have to give it a try.... We have to consider parents, brothers and sisters and so on.

To expect the father to "copy" all his good or bad things to his progeny is not to be done in reality.

Hope you enjoy the page and pictures.


You can find some informations of our colliemales at present here and also see some pictures under "Mina Hundar" = My Dogs

Gatefields Smoke On The Water

Smoke has A-hips

2 hairs of distichiasis

Smoke is KORAD, he has passed the hardest tempramentn test in Sweden.
Smoke is champion in 6 countries as well as INTERNATIONAL CHAMPION and NORDIC ChHAMPION
He is also Swedish Junior Winner 2015 at his first show
Smoke is SEVCH, he has 3 first price in tracking blood/dears/elks. The tracks are 600 meters long and 12-24hours old and are to be find in the forest.
Smoke is RLDN, that's a titel from rally-obedience

Smoke has sired 4 litters, the oldest born 2017
Some of them are successfully shown

We are planning to let Smoke try the NHAT

Gatefields Hot Or What.

Rod has A hips
Rod has clear eyes now but crd as a puppy.

Rod is KORAD, he passed the hardest temperament test in Sweden
Rod is RLDN- that's a Rally Obedience Titel
Rod made his Anlagstest i Viltspår well and can now compete in blood tracking.

Rod has sired 4 litters, one in Finland, one in Norway and two in Sweden
Only some of the oldest are hip-checked, so far with very good results
They who are shown have done well, for exampel our own two kids had CC and res CC from junior class
The two litters from this year have been very successfull in puppy classes.

We are planning to let Rod do the NHAT

Gatefields Magical Player

Bosse has A-hips
Bosse has clear eyes as pyppy and adult

Bosse is KORAD, he passed the hardest temperament test inSweden and did it so well thar only a few collies have had higher score than him.
He has several full brothers and sisters with the same results

Bosse has CK from show
Bosse has RLDN-a Rally Obedience Titel

Bosse has litters in Sweden and Finland.

One son is KORAD and has CC in Norway and Sweden as well as several CACIBs
One daughter har res CCs
One son at Irokon Kennel in Finland has plenty of CCs and CACIBs and are EEJCH as well as EECH, he was also one of Finlands top-collies 2017
A daughter at Irokon Kennel is also EEJCH and has several CCs

Bosse is very well known for his lovely temperament