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April 2020 Coonhound Advisor

Be courteous, separating multiple entries, and more

April 6, 2020

Source: Trevor Wade, UKC Coonhound Program Manager

This article was written February 28th for the March 1st deadline to be included in the April 2020 issue of Coonhound Bloodlines

Regarding RQEs, we have changed up the process a little bit for hounds that qualify. As many know, all cast winners in the hunt and category winners in the show at these Regional Qualifying Events used to receive a receipt from the club after the fact, that served as an entry form into the next leg of the World Championship. To take some of the strain off of the host club's officials and also, save some paper from the folks who lost or threw away the receipt without reading it first, we will now be sending out the win receipt/entry form with the qualifying certificate once the report is processed. The hope is that this becomes a more efficient process and takes away the hassle of keeping up with that important piece of paper.

More topics covered:

  • Be Courteous!
  • Event Official Responsible for Separating Multiple Entries
  • Multiple Owner Entries on Same Card After Casts are Drawn
  • Dog Not Yet Transferred to New Owner with Regard to
  • Multiple Entries

Read the full April 2020 Coonhound Advisor

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