with Allen Gingerich
06/05/2013: Q: I was in a hunt the other night where an older gentleman had a back-up handler. At the beginning of the hunt, the gentlemen declared his dog struck and treed, at which time he handed the dog over to his back-up handler.
05/15/2013: Q: In a three-dog cast the other night Dogs A, B and C got struck in that order. Pretty soon, Dog B was declared treed, followed by Dog C.
04/15/2013: We thought this month it would be good to touch on New Club information.
02/08/2013: With exception to those lucky southerners, many of us will be denned up for another month or two, so this might be a good time to brush up on some rules and policies before the hunts are back in full swing.
01/02/2013: After all those years that we struggled with the cumbersome interpretation of how to handle the situations where dogs were treeing and the handlers had no intentions of declaring them treed, Rule 6(q) is a basic and necessary requirement in accurately scoring hounds for their work on a nite hunt cast.