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  • 18 Sep 2017 12:24 PM | W. Cody Anderson (Administrator)

    Through credible research, The National Beagle Club of America, Inc. has found a pet rescue organization, Austin Pets Alive, assisting with animal rescue in Texas in the aftermath of Hurricane Harvey.  


    Members wishing to contribute may do so directly at  

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    www.austinpetsalive.org


    Very truly,

    Jessica Anderson, President

  • 10 Apr 2017 10:37 AM | W. Cody Anderson (Administrator)

    RESULTS OF THE NATIONAL BEAGLE CLUB 2017 SPRING BEAGLE PACK TRIAL

    March 29 – April 2, 2017

    Institute Farm

    Aldie, Virginia


    Judges:

    Alan Forney and Helen Dellacroce


    Three couple class (16 entries) The Nantucket Harrier Plate

    1st Glenbarr

    2nd Ben Venue

    3rd Orlean

    4th Octorara


    Five couple class (16 entries, 1 scratch)  The Huyler Thophy

    1st Ardrossan

    2nd Orlean

    3rd Wolver

    4th Fairview


    Eight couple class (11 entries, two scratches)  The Richard V. N. Gambrill Memorial Plate

    1st Octorara

    2nd Old Chatham

    3rd Ben Venue

    4th  Glenbarr


    The Treweryn Bowl for Highest Scored Run:

    Octorara’s Eight Couple


    The John C. Baker Horn for Highest Total Scored Pack:

    Old Chatham


    Three Hour Stake

    The Minstrel Plate for 13” Beagles

    1st Farmington Chester

    2nd Farmington Noah

    3rd Still Meadow's Farmington Gaylord

    4th Glenbarr Hoagie


    The Nantucket-Treweryn Forger Trophy for 15” Beagles

    1st Still Meadow’s Old Chatham Gobblin Holler Apollo

    2nd Fairview Turbo

    3rd Sandanona Vintage

    4th Orlean Abby 


  • 01 Feb 2017 1:34 PM | W. Cody Anderson (Administrator)

    The National Beagle Club is pleased to support the 2017 Beagle/Basset/Bunny Benefit for Hounds F4R Heroes at Institute Farm. A full day has been added for a basset two-hour stake and runoff. Beagles will run two couple format on Saturday, with a Top Four Runoff on Sunday morning. Full event info and entry/reservation forms can be found here.

  • 01 Feb 2017 1:29 PM | W. Cody Anderson (Administrator)

    We are pleased to announce that the 2017 Triple Challenge entry and reservation forms can be found here. Entries must be postmarked no earlier than March 1, 2017. Entries will close when thirty (30) entries have been received.



  • 01 Feb 2017 12:00 PM | W. Cody Anderson (Administrator)

    RESULTS OF THE 2017 SOUTHERN CLASSIC PACK TRIAL

    JANUARY 27 & 28, 2017

    BEAUX EDEN PLANTATION

    FORT VALLEY, GEORGIA


    JUDGES:

    Jake Carle

    Alex Bobbitt


    THREE COUPLE CLASS:

    1st Briarmount

    2nd Glenbarr

    3rd Octorara

    4th Bill’s Pack


    FIVE COUPLE CLASS:

    1ST Briarmount-Coleman Creek

    2nd Orlean

    3rd Glenbarr

    4th Octorara


    HIGHEST SCORED RUN: Tie between Briarmount Three Couple and Briarmount-Coleman Creek Five Couple


    PARTICIPATING PACKS (Pack Huntsman)

    Ardrossan (Fran Jacobs)

    Bedlam (Mandy Bobbitt)

    Bill’s Pack (Bill Bethune)

    Briarmount (Joe Hester)

    Coleman Creek (Jim Anderson)

    Glenbarr (Billy Bobbitt)

    Octorara (Larry Bright)

    Orlean (Ramsay Barrett)

    Ripshin Bassets (Sally Bickerrstaff)

    Why Worry Beagles (Helen Dellacroce)


  • 14 Nov 2016 9:38 AM | W. Cody Anderson (Administrator)

    RESULTS OF THE 2016 FALL BEAGLE PACK TRIAL

    OF THE NATIONAL BEAGLE CLUB OF AMERICA, INC.

    HELD AT INSTITUTE FARM, ALDIE, VIRGINIA
    NOVEMBER 9 – 13, 2016


    JUDGES: ROBIN CONRAD AND SALLY BICKERSTAFF, MBH


    13” THREE COUPLE CLASS (THE LISETER PLATE TO THE WINNER) – TWO PACKS COMPETING

    1st Bedlam

    2nd Waldingfield


    15” THREE COUPLE CLASS (WHEATLEY FRANTIC CUP TO THE WINNER) – 13 PACKS COMPETING

    1ST Octorara

    2nd Ben Venue

    3rd Farmington

    4th Warrington

    THE NATIONAL CHALLENGE CUP FOR 

    BEST THREE COUPLE PACK 50% FIELD 50% BENCH:  Octorara

     

    FIVE COUPLE PACK CLASS (SOMERSET CHALLENGE CUP TO THE WINNER) – 14 PACKS COMPETING

    1st Glenbarr

    2nd Bedlam

    3rd Octorara

    4th Ben Venue

    THE JOHN C. BAKER CHALLENGE PLATE FOR 50% FIELD AND 50% BENCH: Ben Venue


    EIGHT COUPLE PACK CLASS ( RICHARD P. ROTH PERPETUAL TROPHY TO THE WINNER) – 11 PACKS COMPETING

    1ST Octorara

    2nd Old Chatham

    3rd Sandanona

    4th Farmington

    THE 75TH ANNIVERSARY PLATE FOR

    BEST EIGHT COUPLE PACK 50% FIELD AND 50% BENCH: Farmington


    BENCH SHOW - JUDGED BY JAKE CARLE


    LISETER PLATE FOR BEST 13” BEAGLE:  Bedlam Melody  (Trophy missing)

    RESERVE: Glenbarr Van Gogh

    TURNBULL CUP FOR BEST 15” BEAGLE: Middletown Valley Bluebell

    RESERVE: Bedlam Messenger

    JOHN C. COPERTHWAITE MEMORIAL PLATE FOR CHAMPION BEAGLE: Middletown Valley Bluebell

    RESERVE: Bedlam Melody


    SIR SISTER CUP FOR HIGEST SCORED RUN IN ANY PACK CLASS:
    Octorara eight couple


    ROBERT P. J. HARRISON MEMORIAL TROPHY FOR HIGHEST TOTAL SCORE IN THE PACK CLASSES:

    Octorara


    C. G. RICE WHIPPER-IN AWARD:

    James Dean


  • 15 May 2016 11:04 PM | W. Cody Anderson (Administrator)

    ‘Good things come to those who wait’ may provide the best epithet for the 2016 Triple Challenge hosted by the National Beagle Club at their home grounds in Aldie, Virginia the first weekend of May. This was certainly the idiom for the die-hard contender and supporter of the Triple Challenge Gregg Moore and his talented hound Moore's Punk Rock Star in the Park, which was co-owned by Paul Moore and took the grand prize at the end of two days of demanding competition.


    The exceptional planning and venerable diligence of co-chairs Jennifer Buckley and Amy Burke insured that the event ran smoothly. Purina, as always, provided brilliant support and a handful of welcome favors and the winners with generous gifts.


    The Triple Challenge is a three phase competition which judges the beagle in a brace format, a stake/large pack format and a bench show. Each phase of competition is evaluated by separate judges who are not privy to the scores and standing of each hound.


    The brace format kicked off the competition first thing Saturday morning and was judged this year by Brandan Dunlop and Brandon Keese who spent the entire day and into the early evening placing hounds. Hounds were run in trios and pairs from 7:30 a.m. until mid-afternoon. All hounds were brought back for a late afternoon ‘play-off’ wherein the format was adjusted to three groups of ten.


    After evaluating hounds in both formats Brandon and Brandan selected the 15” high hound (and high hound overall) as HBCH CH PR’ Gerharts Go Get ‘Em Billy and owned by Terry Gerhart from Coudersport, Pennsylvania. The 13” winner, T&D’s Lane Rae Mountainside Molly owned by Steve Fox (and always assisted by his son Tucker) from Bluemont, Virginia. The third overall scoring hound, regardless of measurements was Bush’s Abbey owned by Ramsay Barrett followed by the fourth placed Stoney Ridged Hare Raiser RS Slugger owned by Aaron M. Jacobus and fifth was Old Chatham Bastille owned by Jessica Anderson.


    After a delightful cocktail party hosted by the esteemed Jean and Joie McDonald, who have contributed endless years to the success of this events, we supped heartily and re-convened in the main room for a splendid auction conducted by the enthusiastic Shelley Good-Cook and a team of assistants. Post cocktails, dinner and auctions we dug into our sleeping bags in order to rise early for the final two phases of competition.


    All began at the break of dawn as Shelley (our emcee from the auction) and Collin Anderson led roll call for the 3-hour stake which was Moore’s Punk Rock Star in the Park enthusiastically judged by our two mounted judges Hazel Hannon of the Middletown-Orange County Beagles and Andy Bozdan who hunts the Loudon Fairfax Hounds.


    Judges were expert equestrians and kept perfect pace with the freight train which struck almost immediately in the hollow of the enclosure and rocked back and forth for almost 45 minutes when judges made their first cull of the group. Hazel and Andy ran the class for the full three hours and pared the pack to a group to a dozen before calling it a class and making their selections. As always, judges must review every last hound and provide a score for each. It is a trying task when galloping along a crying pack with a posse of beagles who are all worthy of notice.


    Just prior to 10 a.m., hounds were collected and we all retreated to the dining hall for an excellent brunch and minor respite. Within an hour, hounds and handlers reassembled in the main lawn for the final phase of competition which was the bench show. 


    Just prior to the bench show, the stake winners were announced per winners of each measured group. FC Random Farm’s Whiskey owned Adam Keith was the high hound for the 13” competition and the 15” high hound was Gary’s Runem Over Snoopdog owned by Harry Burger. The top five hounds without size considerations were as follows: The highest placed hound was Gary’s Runem Over Snoopdog owned by Harry Burger. Second place was Old Chatham Apollo owned by Cody Anderson and third was awarded to Hurry Up Sweet Pea owned by Michael Tobery Sr. The fourth position went to Moore’s Punk Rock Star in the Park co-owned by Gregg Moore and Paul Moore. Fifth place went to Sycamore Creek Zeus owned by Danny Cunningham.


    Just before noon, experienced AKC judge Oleg Voloshin carefully and professionally evaluated individual hounds for conformation and movement. Judge Voloshin was not privy to any of the scores of the hounds and their previous placements. He placed 15” Champion Bedlam’s Lane Rae Tattle Tale owned by Alayne Hartuniewicz narrowly edging out Moore's Punk Rock Star in the Park. The top 13” hound was Still Meadow’s Farmington Gaylord owned by Jennifer Buckley. Without size considerations, the top five hounds were as follows: Bedlam’s Lane Rae Tattle Tale owned by Alayne

    Hartuniewicz was first; followed Moore's Punk Rock Star in the Park co-owned by Gregg Moore and Paul Moore. Bedlam’s Messenger owned by William Bobbitt held the fourth position followed closely by Bedlam Minstrel in the fourth place. The fifth place was Old Chatham Foreman owned by the Old Chatham Foot Beagles and shown by Cody Anderson. It cannot go without remark that three of the top five bench hounds incorporated the Bedlam name. Mandy Bobbitt continues to produce an impressive line of hounds which excel in both the bench and field.


    If you were keeping an eye on the competition, there was a voice in the chorus that Moore’s Punk Rock Star in the Park possessed the proper va-va- voom for this competition, especially after his sound finish in the stake competition and a second place finish on the bench.


    As we gathered for the final announcements, it must be noted that the number of hounds that were considered ‘qualified’ (scoring higher than 200 point overall) was exceptional. Competition was close and fierce, and hounds which excelled in one category met their maker in the next phase of competition. But that is what makes the two days so exciting!


    And as premised, it was the handsome and diligent hound, Moore’s Punk Rock Star in the Park, co-owned by Gregg Moore and Paul Moore that won the weekend!


    Beneath the banner of our die-hard sponsors, which include Purina and Garmin, our champions were photographed.


    RESULTS OF THE 2016 TRIPLE CHALLENGE

    Held at Institute Farm

    Aldie, Virginia

    May 7 & 8, 2016


    Champion Hound: Moore’s Punk Rock Star in the Park (owner Greg Moore and Paul

    Moore)

    Reserve Champion Hound: Gary’s Runem Over Snoopdog (owner: Harry Burger)

    3 rd Place: Glenbarr’s Bedlam Messenger (owner Billy Bobbitt)

    4 th Place: HBCH CH PR’ Gerharts Go Get ‘Em Billy (owner: Terry Gerhart)

    5 th Place: Old Chatham Middletown Valley Foreman (owner: Cody Anderson)

    6 th Place: FC Random Farm’s Whiskey (owner: Adam Keith)

    7 th Place: Hurry Up Sweet Pea (owner: Michael Tobery Sr)

    8 th Place: Ch Bedlam’s Lane Rae Tattle Tale (owner; Alayne Hartuniewicz)

    9 th Place: Waldingfield Voicemail (owner: Waldingfield/Ridge Lee Foundation)

    10 th Place: B&B’s Shes Fancy Fancy (owner: Stanley Booker)


    High Scoring Hounds in each category by measurement:

    Brace:

    13” winner: T&D’s Lane Rae Mountainside Molly (owner: Steve Fox)

    15” winner: HBCH CH PR’ Gerharts Go Get ‘Em Billy (owner Terry Gerhart)

    Stake:

    13” winner: FC Random Farm’s Whiskey (owner: Adam Keith)

    15” Winner: Gary’s Runem Over Snoopdog (owner: Harry Burger)

    Show:

    13” winner: Still Meadow’s Farmington Gaylord (owner Jennifer Buckley)

    15” winner: Ch Bedlam’s Lane Rae Tattle Tale (owner: Alayne Hartuniewicz)


  • 25 Apr 2016 10:48 PM | W. Cody Anderson (Administrator)

    This past weekend the National Beagle Club hosted an event to raise money for the Hounds F4R Heroes organization which raises money to help those who have served our country by enabling them to participate in activities such as hunting and fishing and field trials of various sorts. They also support the training of comfort and service dogs for veterans. This event was organized by Matt Lafley and Steve Fox, two NBC members who enjoy beagling and wanted to do something to help our veterans, and with the support of their families and friends, and NBC members like Sandy and Jay McKenna and Liz Reeser the event raised over $6000 for this cause while at the same time giving beaglers, both NBC members and non-members, a chance to enjoy running their hounds and watching other hounds run. A truly successful event thanks to the inspiration and hard work of Matt and Steve.


    Joe Hester has suggested that I am more efficient in getting out the results of these beagling events when I have some success, so to prove his point I have attached the results of the first annual Hounds F4R Heroes 2 couple pack trial.


    RESULTS OF THE 1ST ANNUAL HOUNDS F4R HEROES TWO COUPLE PACK TRIAL

    NATIONAL BEAGLE CLUB OF AMERICA, INC.

    Institute Farm, Aldie VA.

    April 23 and 24, 2016


    Judges:

    Dan Powell

    George Bell

    Curt Driggs

    Travis Leake


    1st Glenbarr (Billy Bobbitt)

    2nd Hebron Valley (Glen Jones)

    3rd Hills Bridge (Miki Crane)

    4th Wolver Beagles (Susan Stone)


    PARTICIPATING PACKS:

    Warrington Foot Beagles

    Glenbarr Beagles

    Waldingfield Beagles

    Holly Hill Beagles

    Middletown Valley Beagles

    Orlean Beagles

    Hills Bridge Beagles

    Mid Valley Suoer Troopers

    Hokie Hounds

    Gobbler Creek

    One Shot Beagle Boys

    Wolver Beagles

    Hebron Valley Beagles

    Old Chatham Foot Beagles



  • 18 Apr 2016 10:44 PM | W. Cody Anderson (Administrator)

    It was a very memorable weekend as Jeep Cochran stepped down from chairing the Masters of Bassets Committee. The chair and the crown were passed to Carter Amigh. The party to honor Jeep was beautiful and the NBC was decked out in her best. I extend my sincere thanks to all who helped with the party and the usual trial duties.


    Hunting was tough due to poor scenting conditions, dry grounds and warm weather. However there were lots of rabbits both in the Enclosure and on the outside. Spectacular runs were few and far between. Our judges did a great job both in the field and with judging the bench show. A special thank you to them.

    I hope to see many members at Hounds F4R Heroes this coming weekend as we hunt to salute and support our veterans.

    Regards, Liz Reeser


    RESULTS SPRING BASSET TRIALS

    April 13-17, 2016

    Judges: Katie Schoettle and Andrea Herr, MFH

    Judges on the Bench: Katie Schoettle and Andrea Herr, MFH

    12 packs competing


    Three Couple - Strathalbyn Plate

    1st Ripshin Bassets

    2nd Tewksbury Foot Bassets

    3rd Calf Pasture Bassets

    4th Okaw Valley Bassets

    Ashland’s Lee’s Plate (50% Performance – 50% Conformation): - Ripshin Bassets


    Five Couple - Skycastle Trophy

    1st Monkton Hall Bassets

    2nd Calf Pasture Bassets

    3rd Foxboro Foot Hounds

    4th Ashland Bassets

    The Ashland Plate (50% Performance – 50% Conformation): - Monkton Hall Bassets


    Seven Couple - Ripshin Plate in honor of James S. Jones, M.H.

    1st Sandanona Hare Hounds

    2nd Hill and Hollow Bassets

    3rd Monkton Hall Bassets

    4th Ashland Bassets

    Reedy Creek’s James J. Culleton Trophy (50% Performance – 50% Conformation) – Monkton Hall Bassets


    Highest Scored Hunt, The Spring Creek Bowl: Sandanona Hare Hounds for the 7 couple


    Highest Total Score in the Field (Cumulative): The Somerset Trophy: Monkton Hall Bassets


    Bench Show Champion Basset: The Tantivy Trophy

    Champion: Raven of Calf Pasture Bassets

    Reserve: Crayon of Okaw Valley Bassets

    Entered Dog won by: Raven of Calf Pasture Bassets

    Entered Bitch won by: Crayon of Okaw Valley Bassets


  • 15 Apr 2016 11:12 PM | W. Cody Anderson (Administrator)

    The spring beagles, held on the grounds of the Institute Farm in Aldie, Virginia began with a whirlwind and by whirlwind-we shall mostly refer to the continuous blusters which swept over the five-day formal pack trial at the National Beagle Club grounds. Held in Aldie, Virginia, the competition started bright and early on Wednesday, March 30, 2016. At 7:00 a.m., eleven packs straight respectfully presented to our trial judges David Vore and Dan Jones.  On our first

    day of competition, skies were brilliantly blue. The steady and straight of jet streams overhead (courtesy of the three DC airports) were simply a clever ruse as a resilient and constant course of winds vexed the scenting almost the entire course of the trial.


    The blustery conditions were troublesome, but paled in comparison to the melancholy overtone at the absence of Patricia Jacobs, who passed just a week before the trial. Aside from the trial Treasurer she was an inspiring and dedicated member of the Ardrossan Beagles and the National Beagle Club and a very dear friend to us all. She ran a tight ship but it was well respected and she did all with her brilliantly painted Revlon red nails. In her honor the ladies participating donned the same.


    The first cast of the trial began with Old Chatham from Columbia County, New York. Temperatures had dipped just beneath the freezing point and the green fescue was encased by a crystallized gloss which trapped the scent of numerous nocturnal critters.  Alas Old Chatham fell victim to the night lines and morphing scents.  Indeed, it would take a few packs to dispel the troubled scenting.  


    Miki Crane presented her Hill's Bridge three couple mid-morning when the frost had finally evaporated.  She found a high stepping puss relatively quickly and pursued him enthusiastically and with great momentum through the hollow of the enclosure including a tricky foray through the defunct vegetable garden toward the back fence. This run earned the Hills Bridge a fourth place.


    Larry Bright and his Octorara beagles, assisted by his keen wife Debbie Bright and whipper-in Dunham Hollister were poised and prepared to meet Mother Nature and her be-twixting morals.  Mr. Bright found a high fluting cottontail buried in the upper stone wall and gave a confident, resounding chase to the tall stands of woods and back to its origin. Mr. Bright’s beagles remained shoulder to shoulder and were careful not to overstep the line. It was a grand example of holding the line when difficult conditions might tempt a pack to sway. In turn, it was rewarded a blue ribbon!


    The Bedlam beagles found a gung-ho cottontail in the hollow of the enclosure and Mandy Bobbitt’s hounds rocked back and forth in solid pursuit and almost entirely unassisted by the staff or huntsman. There were moments of brilliant cry which echoed like she had snuck in a few hounds to help, but it was the core in full pursuit. This run earned a solid second place.


    There are few adjectives to describe the character that is Mr. Ramsey Barrett, should it be necessary, let us say that he is the ‘Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious’ of the competing packs. Ramsey and his hounds are full of vim and vigor and feed off their huntsman’s enthusiasm. Their attention to detail with regard to a neat presentation is often disregarded when his hounds start hunting. They are keen to the scent and trust that Ramsay will lead them on a solid pursuit, as they did in a three couple which spread across the top of the enclosure with a solid chase which placed them third in the standings.


    The trend-setting Octorora continued their 'scent-sational' reign in the five couple when it drew the side hill between the Graveyard and the Merry Meadow.  It took only a few minutes until Larry’s pack popped up a grand sprinter that laid a reliable line for his five couple to pursue. The Field either stood above or below the hillside swale as hounds rocketed to and fro in a demonstrated blanket format.  There were a few short checks and a slightly longer hesitation near the end, but hounds popped their puss and Mr. Bright whistled them to the line with style and they R.S.V.P.’d in force!  


    For the next part of the afternoon this hillside was likened to the Eagles Hotel California lyrics ‘you can check out anytime you’d like but you can’t ever leave’…The next two packs, Mandy Bobbitt’s Bedlam beagles and Miki’s Hill’s Bridge attempted to draw virgin ground, but their rabbits re-routed to the well-worn hillside covert. A little more spread out than the Octorara, Bedlam still pursued with great momentum and cry. Whippers-in Jeff and Billy had several views to set hounds back on the line if they were bothered. Hounds actually drew uphill a fair shake further and had one delightful rant up and across the Merry Meadow in full view of Field and judges.


    I was a few minutes tardy for the Hills Bridge five couple but had no trouble finding them by simply following the roar of the canine crowd as they too blasted back and forth across the featured site. Liz & Lee Reeser had a plethora of views to relay to the huntsman and she cheered them on with abundant enthusiasm. This energetic run gathered a 4 th place.


    The Glenbarr beagles had a delightful and full force run to rival the Octorara. The impressive part of this pack was their enthusiasm to hark in at a moment’s notice. Scenting was not perfect, but the Glenbarr beagles, inspired by Mr. Bobbitts’s gentle whistles and easy encouragement made his hounds believe that all he said was true and followed his lead through the tricky bothers.


    The eight couples began at the break of dawn on Saturday morning and the Old Chatham was first to go on the dewy morn. They cast immediately and struck just outside the kennel woods. Scenting was keen and the pack enthusiastically pressed their quarry between Field One and the Dump Woods with desperate cry. Their Achilles heel was the lower ground when their quarry ricocheted from the scattered coverts and caused a few foils. But their resilient efforts 

    earned them a second place.


    The Octorara had the key to the lock at this trial and their eight couple presented high above in Field Four. Initially they had a stale start as they drew for 15 minutes before striking a calculating cottontail which laid a trail of glory on the apex of the grounds. As previously demonstrated in the aforementioned classes, this pack was prepared for any pursuit and this class was no exception. Hounds held the line flawlessly for an academic loop. A few nods and smiles from the Field were confirmed by the judges when, once again, Octorara took the silver

    home at the evening announcements.


    The Farmington hounds popped a smart cottontail which created tremendous cry along the cover above the pond. Huntsman Sherry Buttrick patiently cheered her pack forward as they worked the line a parallel across the steep bank. Farmington received third place just in front of the Bedlam beagles who proved, as always, they were solid competition in every division.


    Just before noon on Sunday we gathered for the results in the final announcements. The trial belonged to the Octorora as they collected the John C. Baker Horn for the highest overall score in competition and the Treweryn Bowl for the highest scored run in completion for their brilliant five couple.


    We thanked our die-hard sponsor, Purina, for providing hounds with food for the trial. In addition, we applauded our caretaker Ray Owen, for his meticulous care of the grounds and his countless hours mowing, grooming, raking and clearing the 400+ acres.


    The results for the National Beagle Club 2016 Spring Trials:


    Three couple class (17 entries) The Nantucket Harrier Plate

    1 st Octorara

    2 nd Bedlam

    3 rd Orlean

    4 th Hills Bridge


    Five couple class (17 entries) The Huyler Thophy

    1 st Octorara

    2 nd Glenbarr

    3 rd Wolver

    4 th Hills Bridge


    Eight couple class (12 entries) The Richard V. N. Gambrill Memorial Plate

    1 st Octorara

    2 nd Old Chatham

    3 rd Farmington

    4 th Bedlam


    The Treweryn Bowl for Highest Scored Run:

    Octorara’s Five Couple


    The John C. Baker Horn for Highest Scored Pack:

    Octorara


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