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Losthwy
06-01-2010, 07:22 PM
Cheyenne Retriever Club Field Trial closes Tuesday. It promises to be a "handler" trial with few entries.
https://www.entryexpress.net/loggedin/viewevent.aspx?eid=3707

BonMallari
06-01-2010, 07:40 PM
you're the last trial before the National Am so I'm sure that you will get a few extra amateur handled entries from those that are lacking that elusive one or two points to qualify....Good Luck to your club, Hope you have a great trial

Ted Shih
06-01-2010, 07:58 PM
Wish I could be there, Brian. But, I have to be at a Court Trial on Friday, and cannot make the Field Trial. But, you know what Trial I would prefer to attend.

MooseGooser
06-01-2010, 08:31 PM
Good Luck Brian!!

That Place (Hereford Ranch) has the coolest barn in the world.

I will be running in a HRC event the weekend before you guys!

Nice Grounds ! Great people.

Again,, Good luck to all.

Gooser

Mike W.
06-01-2010, 10:43 PM
Hope they get a few more entries for the Derby.

Those poor folks in that area have not been able to get enough entries the last 3 trials to run one (West Nebraska, Rocky Mountain, Centennial).

Mike W.
06-01-2010, 11:55 PM
Can anyone tell me approximately the mileage and/or drive time from the Denver Airport to the trial grounds?

wyochessie
06-01-2010, 11:58 PM
Hello to all!
I am new to this site, but I have been lurking for a while. I had no idea that there was a retriever club (presumably) in Wyoming. I am by no means a field trialer nor a hunt test trialer. I am, however, an enthusiast of the Chesapeake Bay Retriever! I currently own a 4 yr. old male and will be getting a new female pup in less than a week! I am an avid hunter, but I do not know much about the tests that you all talk about, other than what I have read on this forum. However, I am very intersted in getting involved.

I would just like some more information on when and where this field trial is ( I assume from prior posts that it is in Cheyenne, WY: Herford Ranch). I do not wish to compete at this time; but i would like to get out and see what it is all about and possibly meet some of you who have the experience and knowledge of the sport.

If anyone could provide me with any information, it would be greatly appreciated!

Thank You!

Brandon

Steve Shaver
06-02-2010, 12:53 AM
Hello to all!
I am new to this site, but I have been lurking for a while. I had no idea that there was a retriever club (presumably) in Wyoming. I am by no means a field trialer nor a hunt test trialer. I am, however, an enthusiast of the Chesapeake Bay Retriever! I currently own a 4 yr. old male and will be getting a new female pup in less than a week! I am an avid hunter, but I do not know much about the tests that you all talk about, other than what I have read on this forum. However, I am very intersted in getting involved.

I would just like some more information on when and where this field trial is ( I assume from prior posts that it is in Cheyenne, WY: Herford Ranch). I do not wish to compete at this time; but i would like to get out and see what it is all about and possibly meet some of you who have the experience and knowledge of the sport.

If anyone could provide me with any information, it would be greatly appreciated!

Thank You!

Brandon






You can look it up on www.entryexpress.net (http://www.entryexpress.net) . Never been there but will be running this one. Directions say take exit 367 off of I-80 and go south about 1 mile and follow retriever club signs.

Barry
06-02-2010, 08:30 AM
Can anyone tell me approximately the mileage and/or drive time from the Denver Airport to the trial grounds?

Approx 80 mins 75 mi. Easy drive up I-25.

Kevin Eskam
06-02-2010, 08:34 AM
Hello to all!
I am new to this site, but I have been lurking for a while. I had no idea that there was a retriever club (presumably) in Wyoming. I am by no means a field trialer nor a hunt test trialer. I am, however, an enthusiast of the Chesapeake Bay Retriever! I currently own a 4 yr. old male and will be getting a new female pup in less than a week! I am an avid hunter, but I do not know much about the tests that you all talk about, other than what I have read on this forum. However, I am very intersted in getting involved.

I would just like some more information on when and where this field trial is ( I assume from prior posts that it is in Cheyenne, WY: Herford Ranch). I do not wish to compete at this time; but i would like to get out and see what it is all about and possibly meet some of you who have the experience and knowledge of the sport.

If anyone could provide me with any information, it would be greatly appreciated!

Thank You!

Brandon

If you would like to come out this weekend 5th and 6th we are having our HRC hunt test on the same grounds, I am a club member and would love to introduce you to some great people, We are all retriever crazy people, most of us are hunters.

Hidden Pines HRC Club


Kevin

Barry
06-02-2010, 08:35 AM
Wish I could be there, Brian. But, I have to be at a Court Trial on Friday, and cannot make the Field Trial. But, you know what Trial I would prefer to attend.


The AM doesn't start until Sat. You could still run the AM.

Mike W.
06-02-2010, 10:45 PM
Just one more for a 10 dog derby....surely there is one more out there!

Actually closes tonight.

Barry
06-02-2010, 11:07 PM
Need one more derby dog. Where are you?

Losthwy
06-02-2010, 11:20 PM
Just one more for a 10 dog derby....surely there is one more out there!

Actually closes tonight.

It'll be the first Derby in this area. One more is needed!

Ted Shih
06-03-2010, 07:25 AM
The AM doesn't start until Sat. You could still run the AM.

Pre-National Training starts Monday. Need to start driving to Klamath Saturday afternoon

Barry
06-03-2010, 08:38 AM
Pre-National Training starts Monday. Need to start driving to Klamath Saturday afternoon

A days training, or run a trial in your backyard. Hmmm... Oh well, Good Luck

Barry
06-03-2010, 08:45 AM
We found him. Who ever you are, thank you for entering.
Cheyenne RC will have the first derby of the year. In this part of the country.
We also had the first derby of the year last year. Thanks to all who support the Cheyenne Retriever Club. Especially those of you who are stopping on your way to the National.

Special Thanks to Wild Bill Schrader, your the best.

Ted Shih
06-03-2010, 11:15 AM
A days training, or run a trial in your backyard. Hmmm... Oh well, Good Luck




Would love to get some Open points, but cannot run on Friday. Don't need Amateur points, have three dogs qualified. So, yes, under those circumstances, would prefer to spend a day training.

Looks like you got plenty of people trying to qualify anyway