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Thread: AKC Hunt Test Judging Sheets

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    It is not in the rule book yet but it was in the secretary mins
    we have to keep sheets for 60 days confirmed it just now with
    jerry Mann
    (It will be in the next printing of the rule book)
    don't blame me just passing on info
    and yes I do read sec mins for this reason
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    Haven't read all of the responses, but I think if you want to see the judge's sheet, you should also have to watch a video of yourself running the dog and of all the birds going down on that test. I think few of us realize exactly how things happened while on the line.

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    Once you start giving out images of your judging sheets, you really have to give them to any one who asks ... including the person likely to edit the image and then post the edited image.
    Eric

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    Quote Originally Posted by Eric Johnson View Post
    Once you start giving out images of your judging sheets, you really have to give them to any one who asks ... including the person likely to edit the image and then post the edited image.
    If that's your opinion of folks running hunt tests...God help us all....
    The dog will always prove you wrong

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    such valued things as my scratchin on judge sheets go in old coffee cans under fangs coop, handler wants a pic, go fer it
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    If handlers are permitted to take pics and potentially post them for the world to see, perhaps the same should be extended to the judges whereas they too could take pics of your sheet and post it for the world to see?

    Careful what you wish for regards -
    "Speed of the captain, speed of the ship."

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    Quote Originally Posted by stonybrook View Post
    If handlers are permitted to take pics and potentially post them for the world to see, perhaps the same should be extended to the judges whereas they too could take pics of your sheet and post it for the world to see?

    Careful what you wish for regards -
    With the atmosphere in this forum about not throwing judges under the bus by talking about their test set ups and naming names, I'm pretty sure no one would be dumb enough to post up without getting a severe tongue lashing. That being said, maybe a scoresheet pic would humble a handler or two...

    No more rose colored glasses regards -
    The dog will always prove you wrong

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    Quote Originally Posted by Labs View Post
    .... That being said, maybe a scoresheet pic would humble a handler or two...-
    and some RTF Monday morning somebody asking what "DAH" stands for.
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    Dang amazing hound? No.

    Dumb arse handler? Yes
    "Speed of the captain, speed of the ship."

    Travis Lund
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    If I need a judges score sheet to tell me what I need to work on then I am either not paying attention or am very green.
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