Category Archives: Slide Shows From The MNRC
As we look forward to 2017 at The Big Woods On The Trinity, here’s a look back to Greater St. Louis. A big Thank You to photographer and Region 4 Director Randy Frager.
The judges, members of the host club and the MNRC Board of Directors are at the Busch grounds getting ready to prepare the 2016 Master National event. We wish everyone safe travel and look forward to seeing you at … Continue reading
Congratulations on qualifying your retriever for the 25th Anniversary Master National Retriever Club Event. to be held in the St. Louis area September 29 – October 9, 2016. Thanks in part to the generous support of our sponsors this 25th Anniversary test will … Continue reading
The Dardenne Retriever Club will be the host club of the 25th Anniversary Master National event to be held in St. Louis, MO at the August A. Busch Memorial Conservation Area on September 29 – October 9, 2016. The Busch … Continue reading
Thank you to Master National Board Member Randy Frager who shared some of his wonderful photos. Enjoy! Thank you to Master National Board Member Randy Frager who shared some of his wonderful photos. Enjoy
Take a look at some of the great license plates seen at the 2015 Master National. There are so many ways to say ‘retriever’– and they are all good! Enjoy
Thank you to our Master National Sponsors, the magnificent judges, the Master National Board of Directors, Host Clubs Cooper River and Lumber River RC and the hundreds of volunteers that made this event the largest AKC performance event in history. … Continue reading
Probably our biggest cheerleader is MNRC Handler Frankie Predergast. Frankie has attended EVERY Master National Event! And what’s even better he personally is responsible for hosting a great party each year for everyone to attend. Thanks Frankie– we love you!
Thank you to all the volunteers who make the Master National event possible. The MNRC hosts an appreciation dinner each year to celebrate its workers. Thank you to all who attended.
Starting Dog # 22 except for Flight D which starts with #23. Dog 22 in that flight came in heat. Flight A: Robert Rascoe & Tom McMorrow Flight B: Dales Langhorne & Ed Sullivan Flight C: Carol Hynes & Tellus … Continue reading