The last half of the current field trial season is well underway. We have had some severe weather to deal with all across the country this winter. As we move into late winter and spring events, no doubt weather related decisions will have to be made. I would suggest that erring on the side of safety is much preferred when issues arise relating to safe participation of all concerned.
CH: Lester’s Jazz Man Owner/handler: Gary Lester
RU: Erin’s Hidden Shamrock Owner/handler: Sean Derrig
CH: The Crowd Pleaser Owner/handler: Mike Moses
RU: Cox’s Arc Fault Owner/handler: Brent Cox
CH: Cocklebur Treasure Quest Owners: Bubba & Amy Spencer, handler: Bubba Spencer
RU: Rebel Pride Owner/handler: David Williams
CH: Great River Class Owner/handler: Brian Sanchez
RU: Heard Hill’s Queen Mary Owners: Lynn & Buck Heard, handler: Lynn Heard
With the field trial season approaching full swing, a review of some important procedures is appropriate as well as a few reminders.
After twenty-one plus years of service, Ms. Linda Hunt retired about two years ago. Believe it or not, she is still getting trial results and other AFTCA inquiries.
CH: Lil Miss Sunshine Owners: Frank & Jean LaNasa, handler: Frank LaNasa
RU: True Confidence Owners: Frank & Jean LaNasa, handler: Frank LaNasa
The Amateur Field Trial Clubs of America is pleased to announce the launch of their new public website. There are many exciting enhancements to the website including a new Member’s only area. Simply create a website account by using an email of your choosing, log in to the new AFTCA website and you will have access to this new exclusive section.
With the new website coming online, I will make periodic comments about AFTCA activity. They will be intended to keep the field trial community abreast of happenings within the organization.
First, let me say thanks to Torben Hansen, Frank LaNasa, Betty Shearhouse and Michael Shears for their tireless effort in helping put together the new AFTCA website.
Sheraton, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
June 15, 2013
The meeting was called to order by AFTCA President Preston Trimble shortly after the conclusion of the Purina sponsored seminar. The group was advised the meeting was being taped for the purpose of constructing the minutes.