"By 1920 dogdom was again active and shows and field trials were once more
in full swing. "Lune Prince", at this time owned by Tom Moorby, whose
kennel was founded in 1919, created a wonderful record, but there was one
pointer which beat him on several occasions. This was "Ben of Bobbing", who
became a dual champion. The Ferndale Kennel remained a strong power as did
Tom Steadman's Mallwyds. Ernest Scott had a bitch, "Queen Grouse",
who became the dam of "His Majesty", owned by H. Lonsdale. This dog
became a most successful sire, with "Ch. Flagan of Ardagh" and "Int. Ch.
Felicity of Ardagh", owned by H.E. Whitwell, among his progeny."
-- Edmondson and Robertshaw, 1978