The Puget Sound Retriever Club (PSRC) will host the 2017 NAHRA Invitational Hunting Retriever Field Test on June 21-24, 2017 at Bruemmer’s Ranch located in Tahuya, WA (see below for directions). The test headquarters will be located at Bruemmer’s Ranch.
Online entry is available via the Invitational website.
Online entries close Tuesday, May 21, 2017 at 11:59 p.m., PST
Qualification period ends, Monday, May 29, 2017 at 11:59 p.m., PST
(Entrants not earning MHR by May 29, 2017 will be refunded in full.)
Entry Fee: $250
Marty Day (Kenai, AK)
Frank Plewa (Gettysburg, PA)
Paul Pommerening (Spokane, WA)
Invitational level field test award (NAHRA Invitational rosette ribbons and bands) will be given to all qualifying dogs entered as participants. Awards and presentations for qualifying dogs will be held at The Clubhouse at McCormick Woods, Port Orchard, WA following completion of the test.
A random drawing will be held by the Field Test Committee to determine the running order. Please do not call for the running order. Check the Puget Sound Retriever Club (PSRC) Facebook page or the Puget Sound Retriever Club website after the entry closing date for further information. PSRC reserves the right to modify the schedule as determined appropriate.
Note: Ducks, pheasants, and/or chukar may be used in all tests.
Waiver of Liability: Spectators and participants (dogs and their handlers) attending PSRC events do so at their own risk. PSRC, NAHRA, Manke Lumber, and Pope Resources are not liable in case of accident or injury. Entry or attendance automatically grants PSRC, NAHRA, Manke Lumber, and Pope Resources waiver of liability, whether canine or human.
2017 NAHRA Invitational
PSRC Club OfficersField Test Committee
President, Harry Williams Test Chair, Harry Williams
Vice President, Diane Burlingame Gun Captain, Rick Zimburean
Secretary, Nora Williams Test Secretary, Nora Williams
Treasurer, Dennis Nichols Marshal, Fran Seagren
Board Member, Aaron Capps Bird Steward, Tim Lockard
Board Member, Gale Culbert Equipment, Dennis Nichols