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TOC Region Results & Who's Advacing

Finals: April 23 & 24, Greencastle IN

April 4, 2021

Source: Trevor Wade, UKC Coonhound Program Manager

The first ever weekend of UKC Tournament of Champions Regions is in the books! The dust has settled and we have an UNOFFICIAL list of 64 dogs advancing to the Finals in Greencastle, IN in a few weeks.

Huge shout out to the hunters for their interest and support with 1,029 dogs qualified, 655 entered and now 64 are advancing.

Thank you to the field reps who officiated the events. Out of the entire weekend, 6 questions were brought back. Thats a great job selecting high quality judges.

Thank you to the host clubs, guides and judges who made the Regions a success.

254 casts went to the woods this weekend and 234 came back with a plus point cast winner. Great work all around!

Region Results: Friday
Region Results: Saturday
List of Advancing Dogs (unofficial)

View all results from Results page

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