2022 NAHRA InVitational

  • June 18, 2022 5:08 PM | Ron Stahl (Administrator)

    Today is the final day of testing.  The fifth and final test is the Alaska Equine & Small Animal Hospital upland series.  This series is a chukar hunt.  The handler enters the field from the road where the dog is to begin hunting the field about half way through the field he is then joined by the gunners as the dog continues the hunt.  Once the dog is within approximately 10 yards of the bird the bird is flushed.  

    Brody & Scott Rae getting the job done.

    After the morning hunt, we all waited for the final results from the judges. It had been a long week for all of us with travel, pre-event training, and three days of testing. New friends were made, and catching up with old friends was done. This week will be one that will be remembered by all that participated. 

    And the results of the 2022 NAHRA Invitational:

    Glory & John GilbertShelby & Micah JassmannFaith & Harry WilliamsHank & Larry HousemannTic & Jesse FurmannTwoey & Jon GravningBrody & Scott RaeIndie & Ron StahlToby & Alan BlackNewman & Larry HousemannMieka & Dick OfstedalSummer & Joe GrohsLove & Harry Williams

    Congratulations to all!

  • June 17, 2022 10:29 AM | Ron Stahl (Administrator)

    The day started with the trailing test. This test was conducted through a partially dry pond, which proved challenging. 

    16 dogs return for the water test. 

    The Avery Sport Dog water series started with a live flier walkup, the right-hand bird. Following this mark was a short mark off the shore that splashed about 10 yards into the water. The go bird was the bird thrown into a cover toward the end of a point.

  • June 16, 2022 5:31 AM | Ron Stahl (Administrator)

    Day one of the Invitational was Hawaiian theamed fun!  The first series was a challanging land triple with a land blind and honor. 

    The second series was the double blind that consisted for a water blind with an entry into the corner of the pond and out to a point where the birds was planted.  The second blind was a land blind down along the shore with heavy covers and a steep angled slope twards the water.

    The day ended with the Hawaiian worker dinner!

    Test Dog

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