Angie Driscoll was born in the UK but moved to New Zealand at a young age. She grew up a running enthusiast and when not running at the beach she was off visiting her grandparents' farms. After completing degrees in Physical Education and Marketing at Otago University in NZ, she was awarded a Commonwealth Scholarship to do her Ph.D. in Canada. After finishing her Ph.D., Angie started a successful consulting practice. In 2007 she 'retired' from the corporate world to spend time with her border collies. She now manages a 70 acre farm with 220 sheep in Wales, and trains and competes with her dogs.
In her 11th year of trialling, Angie is an 9-time Welsh team member.
- 2011: Meg,World Sheepdog Trials in Cumbria, England.
- 2012: Meg, Reserve Welsh National Champion and represented Wales
at the 2012 International in Cardiff, Wales.
- 2013: Meg - Reserves for the Welsh team in Stoneleigh Park, England.
- 2015: Meg represented Wales at the International in Scotland.
- 2016: Kinloch Pippi qualified for the Welsh team as a 2 year old
finishing 18th overall at the International in Tywyn, Wales.
- 2017: Kinloch Pippi, Welsh National Champion,
captained the winning Welsh team at the 2017 International in
Northleach, England, and qualified for the Supreme Final finishing 11th.
- 2018: Kinloch Pippi qualified for the Welsh team for the third year
in a row and represented Wales at the International in Ireland.
- 2020: Kinloch Mazi and Kinloch Carlos will represent Wales at the
World Sheepdog Trials in York.
Kelvin Broad is a Maori from the Ngai Tahu tribe of the South Island of New Zealand. Originally an elementary school teacher, Kelvin completed his Ph.D. in Language Arts (Literacy) in Canada. He went on to become a university professor in Canada and the U.S.A, an educational consultant with the Arizona State Government and the Government of Alberta in Canada, and also worked in a consulting capacity with a large oil and gas company in Canada. In 2009 Kelvin started teaching again in a primary school in Wales, leaving in 2017 to take up full-time pottery and to help on the farm.
Kelvin is a wildlife enthusiast, budding botanist, bee-keeper, dog-lover, cook, photographer, computer geek, potter, and runner. His 'other'passion (other than his dogs) is running and he's been fortunate enough to win a few marathons including the Calgary Marathon (8 times) and the Royal Victoria Marathon (5 times). Kelvin has also represented New Zealand three times at the World Mountain Running Championships.
Kelvin has been trialling for 12 years and represented New Zealand at the 2008 World Sheepdog Trials in Llandeilo, Wales, with his first dog, Blade.
Kelvin is a 3-time Welsh team member.
- 2016: Kinloch Levi, Reserve Welsh National Champion. In their first
International at Tywyn, he was 5th overall in qualification and went
on to finish 7th in the Supreme.
- 2017: Kinloch Levi, Captained the Welsh team at the 2017 World
Sheep Dog Trials in the Netherlands.
- 2019: Kinloch Cade represented Wales at the 2019 International in