In 1979, with the efficient collaboration of Charles Combanaire and judged by the doctor Régis Bazin, Michel Comte organized in Montluçon a gathering of 23 braques du Bourbonnais born in the south east (result). Thinking that he had succeeded the new start of this breed, he hoped his friend Marcel Contier and other peoples from Bourbonnais province would recreate the club.
It is Mrs. Ceriana who discovered in 1980 in Paris dog show the former assistant secretary of the Club du braque du Bourbonnais Mrs. Dumont-Tostain;
she lead to the last president Mr Raimond.
Marcel Contier spoke to Michel Comte about Mrs. Perrony, to whom he had given the bitch Ornella, from a litter of M. Tahon;
she soon became a passionate breeder under the affix "Happiness", and put all her overflowing energy to promote her kennel.
My father organized a Field trial on cails at Mr. Massip's Domaine de Malicorne (a friend of Charles Combanaire) in Tortezais.
This Field trial which took place on the 6th of July 1980 gave us the opportunity to meet a new enthusiast, Jean-Paul Buot, bruttany breeder who just bought a bitch from Mr. Mercier. This meeting would give to the future club a Secretary General and a breeder under the affix "de la Bénigousse".
For the club, the year 1980 was disappointing, Marcel Contier staying idle the 1979 gathering in Montluçon couldn't be considered anymore as a constitutive meeting.
With the support of all and the help of the Société Centrale Canine (French Kennel Club) a new constitutive meeting took place in Fréjus in 1981, as well as a Field trial (Fréjus Field trial, 1981).
Michel Comte went to register the statutes of the new club in the town hall of Draguignan this year.
In 1982, the first bulletin was published, taking the number 15 keep the continuity with the 30s club,
whose last bulletin was number 14.
Thanks to the dedication of the numerous volunteers that made the club, the bulletin improved his quality from the number 16, and became biannual.
After the 1982 edition of the (Charroux Field trial),the (the 1983 edition) gathered 30 dogs from 23 owners.