The Irish Setter Club of Southern California began in 1929 with three Irish Setter owners. Mostly interested in "Field", they decided to form the ISCSC.
By 1932 the club had grown to 30 members and the first breed show was held. The show had an entry of 35 dogs. The show was held in the City of Compton.
The first obedience trail was held in 1954 at the Lakewood Country Club in Long Beach.
The first field trial was held in March of 1957 at Prado Dam. In 1961 a field trail open to all pointing breeds was held in Arlington.
Our club previously celebrated our 100th Specialty Show on June 4, 2011 with an entry of 73 dogs in Conformation, 8 dogs in Obedience and 11 dogs in Rally.
We have many fun events planned in the future and hope you are there to be a part of it with us!