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2021-22 Spotlight Series Winners Announced

Congratulations to our three young winners

June 21, 2022

Source: Trevor Wade
Job Title: Coonhound Program Manager

UKC would like to congratulate the winners of the 2021/2022 Next Generation Spotlight Series sponsored by Bright Eyes.

In the Nite Hunt series, Kayde Wood, of Peru, Indiana won the Senior Division.

Sweeping the Nite Hunt and Bench Show portions of the Junior Division was Colton Rorvik, of Peru, Indiana.

After an impressive race in the Senior Bench Show Division, Brooklyn Sargent, of Sparta, Kentucky took home the win.

Their hours of training and building relationships with their hounds will be rewarded by getting the recognition theyve earned at 11 a.m. on Saturday, July 23rd, before the bench show at Youth Nationals in Medina, Ohio.

We also offer the sincerest gratitude to Bright Eyes Lights, Ray Conrad and his entire team for their support and contributions to the youth of our sport through the Next Generation Spotlight Series and Youth Nationals.

Guided by the belief that dogs make a difference by being the best partner a human can have in the field, on the job, or in a competition event, UKC is a community for people and dogs to pursue excellence together. Founded in 1898, UKC has been dedicated to enhancing the lives of Dogs That Do More, and their owners, by providing essential resources to help owners and breeders make informed decisions. The dog-human bond is celebrated through family-friendly programs highlighting the instincts and heritage of purebred and mixed-breed dogs alike at over 18,000 licensed events annually.

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