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Open Dog-16 entries
1. Gunther- Lei Ruckle
2. Quixote-Orlandi, Gonzalez, Richmond
3. Mudbug-Lei Ruckle
4. Jr-Tefts
Nbq- Tommy- Darlene Pratt
Champion - 13 entries
1. Emmy Lou. - Jay and Melissa Phelps
2. Gotterdid - Ben Marley
3. Chance- Wm and Darlene Pratt
4. Bennie- Barney and Laura Linebaugh
Nbq- Razzy- Richmond- Tuck
Open Bitch- 20 entries
1. Scarlet- Orlandi, Gonzalez, Richmond
2. Prada- Orlandi, Gonzalez, Richmond
3. Lei Ann- Darlene Pratt
4. Georgia- Jay and Melissa Phelps
NBQ- Brie- Betty Pearce, Carol Makowski
Derby-11 entries
1. Scarlet- Orlandi, Gonzalez Richmond
2. Prada- Richmond, Orlandi, Gonzalez
3. Chips- Richmond, Orlandi, Gonzalez
4. Quixote- Richmond, Orlandi, Gonzalez
NBQ- Baker- Mike and Miriam Tefts


Very good Couple days for our Jr. Finished Is FT title with 4th in dog . His offspring. 2nd in dog class 1&2 Bitch Class and 1-4 in Derby class
 

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Field trial In US are west coast CALI and Washington state North East NY, NJ, PA and some times RI MD or VA Midwest in Ohio Hunt test add Colarado/Utah and delete ohio Nationals Were in OHIO next Year Illinois near Chicago.

For an idea of how it works

competition video

same pair different location same outcome


Hunt test is different for FT as it is pass/fail vs direct competition, three modes solo, Brace (2 dogs), 2 couple brace (Pack, 4 dogs) they can run up to 30 minute in attempt to pass and rather than being put on line the dog need to find the bunnies on their own,.
 

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Field trial In US are west coast CALI and Washington state North East NY, NJ, PA and some times RI MD or VA Midwest in Ohio Hunt test add Colarado/Utah and delete ohio Nationals Were in OHIO next Year Illinois near Chicago.

For an idea of how it works

competition video

same pair different location same outcome


Hunt test is different for FT as it is pass/fail vs direct competition, three modes solo, Brace (2 dogs), 2 couple brace (Pack, 4 dogs) they can run up to 30 minute in attempt to pass and rather than being put on line the dog need to find the bunnies on their own,.
Too bad none of them are near us in Georgia!
 

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Check with Local Beagle clubs on might let you Join HPT is open to beagles as well but Most beagle clubs are exclusive.
 

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there are formal Packs in Georgia

Ripshin Basset hounds
Columbus, Georgia.
A private pack. Uniform: Green coat with orange collar. MBHs: Mr. & Mrs. Edgar Hughston, 916 Ripshin Rd., Ellerslie, GA 31807, Tel.: 706-561-1953 (home) or 706-568-7650 (office). E-mail: [email protected]. Hon. MBH: Mrs. Jack Hughston, 2626 Holland Rd., Cataula, GA 31804. HuntsmEn: The MBHs. Hon. Whippers-in: Ann Hughston, William Gordy, Sally Hughston, Joel Westbrook, Lynn Westbrook. Hon. Sec.: Lynn Westbrook. Kennels: Ripshin Road, Ellerslie, Ga. Hounds: 10 couples of English Crossbred. Hunt cottontail. Meets: Three days a week at the convenience of the MBHs. Visitors welcome. The country lies in the state of Georgia, the counties of Muscogee and Harris. The country of the Midland Foxhounds, with their kind permission. Consists of 10 by 5 miles of wooded hills. ,

Byfield Bassets
Hull, Georgia.
A private pack. Uniform: Green coat, black collar with red piping. MBHs: Pat & Rodney M. Swanson, 3898 Neese-Commerce Rd., Hull, GA 30646, Tel.: 706-335-9558, Fax: 706-335-6928. Huntsman: Rodney M. Swanson, jt.-MBH. Field Master: Hal Wyche Greer III. First Whipper-in: Pat Swanson, jt.-MBH. Hounds: 8 couples English/Crossbred. Meets: Sunday afternoons October�April, weekday mornings at the convenience of the MBHs. The country is the same as that of the Shakerag Hounds with kind permission of the Masters. In northeast Georgia, the counties of Jackson, Madison, Hall, Dawson and Oconee. The country is largely open pastureland and dense thicket cover.
 

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Too bad none of them are near us in Georgia!
Near is all relative we have people travel from Michigan and Virginia regularly to attend . The furthest we have gone is 18 hrs to Nationals in St. Louis.
 
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