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    Asking for a friend of mine...he was told by someone that you have to have your seasoned title in HRC before you can run in Upland tests or get any points for Upland tests that you pass.
    I can't find anything in the rule book that says such a thing.
    Is that the case?
    Thanks in advance!

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    Unless there has been a rule change I dont know about that is not true.
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    Any dog may run in an upland hunting test. They will be judged to finished level control, so it may be "recommended" by some that a dog have at least a seasoned title, but it is not a requirement.
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    Not true....
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dogtrainer4God View Post
    Any dog may run in an upland hunting test. They will be judged to finished level control, so it may be "recommended" by some that a dog have at least a seasoned title, but it is not a requirement.
    Not true. I agree with Abby's comment about the control though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dogtrainer4God View Post
    Any dog may run in an upland hunting test. They will be judged to finished level control, so it may be "recommended" by some that a dog have at least a seasoned title, but it is not a requirement.
    The correct answer.
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    Thank you for the replies!

    Barb Gibson
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    CH Rosewood Little Giant UDX VER RA MHU SH MXP MJP XFP T2BP DJ VCX WCX CCA CGC FFX-OG
    also UCH HR UUD UJJ URO1 UHIT
    (golden retriever) born 3-10-07
    a.k.a. "Tito", "The Tito Monster"
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