Wisconsin Amateur Field Trial Club Holds Junior Fun Test

We all know that getting juniors involved in handling dogs and running hunt tests is critical to the continuation of our sport.

The Wisconsin Amateur Field Trial Club is putting that belief in practice and helping Juniors in a special way.

The club held its First Youth Handlers Fun Test on September 22, 2018, in Horicon, WI.

Club representative Nancy Bauer said they all had a great time with the kids who learned a great deal about handling a dog.  The Club sends a big thank you to all volunteers who came out to help.  They would also like to thank Bill Teague and the Master National Retriever Foundation for their support.

If your club would like to get involved, information about the event is available by contacting Nancy Bauer (nancy51bauer@yahoo.com)

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One Response to Wisconsin Amateur Field Trial Club Holds Junior Fun Test

  1. Bill Teague says:

    Wonderful article & thank you so much for publishing it, my friend. Good luck with your dogs and give Jack our best.🐾🎉

    Bill Teague

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