Hello, friends!!! Sporting events, such as field trials, test a particular dog’s strength in hunting ability.
The Southland Weimaraner Club (which is one of two local Weimaraner clubs) is pleased to announce the following details for the 2020 Western Field Classic and Western Field Futurity. The Chair for this year’s event is yours truly.
Barrett Collective Weimaraners (including Trax, Barrett, BaseCamp, and L&L Weimaraners) in participation this year will be:
- Baja (2016 Rossi x Mika)
- Steven (2016 Trax Breeding)
- Soba (2018 Trax Breeding)
- Pax (2019 Echo x Gracie)
- Prim (2019 Echo x Gracie)
- Teddy (2019 Echo x Gracie)
- Nacho (2019 Otto x Bliss)
- Sierra (2019 Bowie x Gracie)
- Shelby (2019 Prince x Elleven)
- Captain (2019 Prince x Elleven)
- Talon (2020 Trax Breeding)
Please contact me at 949-278-2981 or via email at email@example.com with any questions. The premium may also be downloaded, here.
Weimaraner Club of America
2020 Western Field Classic and Western Field Futurity
HOST CLUB – Southland Weimaraner Club
Event Number: 2020168427
November 10, 2020 to conclusion
Camp H (formerly Castle Butte Wells Area), California City, CA
This trial will be run under the flexible format and the club reserves the right to rearrange the running order of the stakes and add/rearrange judges if conditions warrant.
This field trial is held under the Rules and Procedures of the American Kennel Club.
All stakes open to Weimaraners only
Bitches in season may compete in any stake.
DISCLAIMER: An inherent risk of exposure to COVID-19 exists in any public place where people are present. COVID-19 is a contagious disease that can lead to severe illness and possibly death. By attending this event you voluntarily assume all risks related to exposure to COVID-19. The FT Committee and the Weimaraner Club of America assume no responsibility related to COVID-19.
FIELD TRIAL SECRETARY: Jana DeTevis
Mail entries with checks payable to Jana DeTevis
Mail to: Jana De Tevis, 13548 Barkley Pl, Chino, CA 91710
Phone: 949-278-2981 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
All entries must be complete and have a signature to be drawn.
Entry fees may be paid by Venmo, Zelle or PayPal. Contact email@example.com for details. $4.00 additional per entry.
Please indicate dog and stake.
NO DOG WILL BE DRAWN WITHOUT AN ENTRY FEE!
**Walking Handlers: Please indicate on the entry if you are walking.
Entries will close at
6:00 PM on Monday, November 2, 2020
Drawing will take place at 6:00 PM on Monday, November 2, 2020
117 S. Robinson St, Tehachapi, CA 93561
Judges and Stakes to be Judged
Grand Open Ltd All Age
Jim House, Battle Ground, WA & Ellis Herz, Sherman Oaks, CA
Ellis Herz, Sherman Oaks, CA & Jeff Rhine, Encinitas, CA
Open Gun Dog
Jeff Rhine, Encinitas, CA & Ellis Herz, Sherman Oaks, CA
Julia Pond, Coeur D’Alene, ID & Greg Knight, Alta Loma, CA
Amateur Gun Dog
Raul Pineda, Palmdale, CA & Julia Pond, Coeur D’Alene, ID
Greg Knight, Alta Loma, CA & Jeff Rhine, Encinitas, CA
Stakes, Schedule and Entry Fees
Courses and Birds
All stakes shall be run on a single course. Chukar and/or quail shall be released in all stakes except the puppy stake. Chukar and/or quail will be used for retrieving – callbacks at judges’ discretion. Grand Open Ltd All Age, Open Gun Dog and Amateur Gun Dog are retrieving stakes. Horseback handling will be permitted in all stakes.
A blank cartridge will not be fired in the Puppy stake.
Tracking collars will be permitted in all stakes as per AKC rules.
Trophies & Standard AKC rosettes to all placed dogs.
WCA Rotating Trophies to the first place dog in Grand Open Ltd All Age, Field Futurity and Amateur Gun Dog.
50% of the entry fees (Net of Ground Fees and Other Such Fees) in the Grand Open Limited All Age, Open Derby and Open Gun Dog stakes to be divided as follows:
40%-30%-20%-10% if four placements
50%-30%-20% if three placements
70%-30% if two placements
If first through fourth place in a money stake are withheld, the prize money portion of the entries will be retained by the WCA and added to the same stake’s purse next year.
Futurity placements awarded according to WCA Field Futurity Rules.
John Bonner, President, 25 Dresden Ct, Erial, NJ 08081
Cindy James-Moore, Vice Pres., 1200 Union Wine Rd, New Braunfels, TX 78130
Vickie Margolis, 13324 Sutton St, Cerritos, Ca 90703
Robbe McAlexander, PO Box 2116, Santa Rosa, CA 95405
Field Trial Committee
Kim Burnell, Chair, 22394 William Tell Tr, Tehachapi, CA 93561
Jana DeTevis, Secretary, Carly Devine, Vickie Margolis, Janene Maxwell, Charles and Kristi Salse
Field Trial Marshal
Captain of the Guns
Best Western California City Inn and Suites, 10386 California City Blvd, California City, CA 93505, 760-373-1369
Motel 6 Mojave, 16958 State Route 58, Mojave, CA 93501, 661-219-0784
Holiday Inn Express and Suites Tehachapi, 901 Capital Hills Parkway, Tehachapi, CA 93561, 661-833-9837
PRIMITIVE “DRY” CAMPING: Is permitted and a Porta-Potty on site.
HORSES: Wrangler horses will be available through Terry Zygalinski at $120 per day or $75 for a half day. Submit reservation via email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Include which stake(s) you plan to ride.
WATER: Water will be on the grounds for horses. Please bring your own water for dogs.
WEATHER: Please be prepared for all types of weather.
HAY: Available at City/ACE Hardware, 7594 California City Blvd, California City, CA 93505. 760-373-1116
IMPORTANT NOTICE: Please note that California City requires a permit for ATV’s operating within city limits (including Camp H). The fee is $15/year ~ Fines are $500. Riding wearing a helmet is also required. Permits can be purchased at “Borax Bill” Park or at 9 businesses in California City.
ATTEND AT YOUR OWN RISK: The Weimaraner Club of America, the Southland Weimaraner Club, their officers, directors, membership and landowners assume no responsibility for participants or spectators in the event of injury or damage to animals, persons or property. All participants and spectators are responsible for their own actions and are reminded that horses are inherently dangerous and unpredictable animals.
MEALS: Lunch and Dinner on the grounds by the food team. Cost TBD.
COVID-19 Considerations: Masks or face coverings must be worn indoors. Additional safety requirements will be based on AKC Best Practices, State of California, and Local Guidelines.
MANY THANKS TO PURINA & SPORTDOG, OUR GENEROUS SPONSORS!
Camp H, California City (N 35.1931 – W 117.7092)
Directions from Los Angeles:
Go north on Highway 14 to California City turnoff, turn right and go 10.3 miles through California City to the first stop sign after you go under the bridge.
At the end of the golf course, turn left at Randsburg-Mojave Road.
Bear right at the Y to transition to Twenty Mule Team Road and follow signs to Silver Saddle Ranch about 13 miles. Pass Silver Saddle Ranch, and continue straight on Twenty Mule Team Road for 1.7 miles to Tulane Road. You will see 3 green and blue tires in a rack on the south side of Tulane Road. Turn right onto Tulane Road and go about 2 miles to the grounds.
See map or search for “Camp H, California City” on Google Maps for other ways to get to the grounds, but we will not have signs posted.
Directions from Kramer Junction:
Go 18.7 miles north onto US-395 to Twenty Mule Team Parkway.
Go west on Twenty Mule Team Parkway for 6 miles. You will see 3 green and blue tires on a rack on the south side of Tulane Road. Turn south onto Tulane Road and go about 2 miles to the grounds.
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