The purpose of our Club is to provide a place where hunters whether new or old have a place to train their Dog(s) and extended the hunting season.
We strive to promote the pointing dog breed not for profit or personal gain but to promote upland game hunting and to share and teach others.
We have approximately 150 acres of secluded land 12 miles north of Strasburg, Co with access 365 days a year (weather permitting). Our facilities include a porta-potty for your convenience year round, and during Trial season access to our spacious club house with generator, and full complement of equipment for your enjoyment.
From February to May we hold gun dog trials. We have novice trials for the beginners as well as more advanced trials. These trials are for fun and friendly competition and can also be used as a training experience, especially for the new member. Awards are given out after every trial giving you the opportunity to see the rewards of your hard work. We are also continuing to develop our youth program for the future of our sport. Children are encouraged to help and participate.
We offer different clinics on Judging and understanding dog trials, as will as dog training clinics with professional dog trainers. We also have an immense network of seasoned hunters willing to share their knowledge with you if you choose. We also have bird sources available for our members training needs.
Our other events include and annual Christmas party, Club picnic and Shootout, Barbecues, fundraisers such as the Snake Break Clinic' and judging, and rules clinics on how to run the trials.
You can check out our booth at the International Sportsman Exposition every year, or better yet visit us on Demo Day held once a year after the ISE show
(see our events calendar). If you are unable to make any of these dates please use the contact information below to make arrangements for a visit.
Colorado is home to many rattlesnakes. Every year, veterinarians treat dogs that have been bitten on local hiking trails. In fact, a dog died from a rattlesnake bite in Castlewood Canyon State Park back in 2011. But you can help your dog avoid a potentially deadly encounter by attending a Rattlesnake Avoidance Clinic. It’s being featured this weekend at the International Sportsmen’s Exposition in Denver.
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"The purpose the club to help and teach owners to
train their dogs and extend the hunting experience