UKC Forum Member
Registered: Aug 2013
Location: Seneca, Mo
Re: Got a question
Originally posted by yadkinriver
Now if the little men and I mean the hunters at the local level are paying this extra money to make up a 200,000 purse what is going to be the entry fee for this rich hunt? It would be a shame if the little men made up the purse and only the money men could afford the entry fee. Seems like this should have been brought up by now.
All of those with 5 cast wins will be eligible to go hunt out of their zone (the country will be divided up) from the zones 64 dogs will move on to the finals, I would guess based on a percentage entered. The entry fee is reasonable and with the working man in mind and will be very comparable to the entry you pay for the World hunt zone.
This hunt should increase participation at the local level by giving a reason to drag those ol grand nights back out and by drawing those back in that cut their teeth on UKC but have since moved on. Think if a dog averages winning 75% of their cast they will hunt in 7-8 hunts just to get the 5 wins. A dog that averages 50% will have to hunt in 10. Unlike the Purina race this hunt you can be qualified by attending solely local events.
I've been hearing for years how titles mean nothing anymore with those dogs that will be drug out of the woodwork they will mean something again.
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Seneca , MO
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