2019 Lone Star HRC Hunt Test a Solid Success 
 
The 33rd Annual Lone Star HRC Hunt Test was one of the most successful events in club history. Held March 23 and 24 at Edwards Retriever Training facility in Bonham, TX, over 200 dogs entered at Started, Seasoned and Finished levels. Members, amateurs, along with their families as well as pros from several states entered their dogs for a chance to capture points and the coveted ribbon.
 
Once again, a Saturday night complimentary banquet featured the great food from Chef William Goodnight and live entertainment by Whiskey Holler, followed by a raffle to go along with the ribbon ceremonies.
Lone Star thanks its sponsors for their monetary contribution to help underwrite expenses. The sponsors are listed on the Sponsors section of the website and as well on the home page.
Evan shows off the title ribbon that Gus grabbed during the 2019 Lone Star HRC Hunt Test in Bonham, Texas.

2018 Lone Star HRC Top Dog Winner

Steve Earick and Scratch grabbed top honors in Lone Star HRC's 2018 Top Dog competition. Congratulations Steve and Scratch! It was well deserved.

Contending dogs had to retrieve three difficult marks over land and water as well as run a long blind of over 100 yards through water, land, water and then land again.

Some 30 dogs competed for this year's title held at Wolf Creek Retrievers in May.

Interested in Becoming an HRC Judge at a Hunt Test?
Click on the link below to view the qualifications.
Lone Star HRC Requirements for Apprentice Judge

Nothing is more majestic than watching a large flight of geese fly overhead.  Whether it is the first sign of fall or spring, it is sure to get your blood going and will also get your retriever shivering with excitement.

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