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LovenLifeGuy

Hunt tests

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Anyone know where I could go to watch some hunt tests near the metro or not too far? I want to get an idea of what they consist of and how they are run. More interested in the Sr. and master tests if they are not put on at the same places as the jr.

Thanks, LovenLifeGuy

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I'm amost certain that there is one in Waseca on Sat., 4/28. Just a shot down Hwy. 13. No idea where or when though.

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I was trying to put this in the hunting dog forum but messed up. I dont know how to move it if someone could give a guy a hand.

Sorry, LovenLifeGuy

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What are you exactly looking for. field trials or more towards hunting trials where it is you and your dogs out hunting the competition. email me i have a website for the hunting competition. my Email is trebeschterry@yahoo.com

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Im looking for the tests and not the field trials. Dogs dont compete against one another just a pass/fail deal. I think they are called Jr, Sr and master hunter tests.

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I just ran my gsp Dixie in the Jr. Hunter test at the GSPCMN hunt test today and will run her tommorrow too. I will post a report soon. Check the AKC website for info on hunt tests in MN. All the info is there including contact info. Trials and hunt tests are really a great way to do some things with your dog in the "off" season.

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