ABC Chukar Classic 
(April 27 & 28,2021)
Squaw Creek Recreation Area, 
Mile Post 9, Hwy 95, Marsing ID
[Bracing Sheet]

Spring Hunt Test 
(SATURDAY & SUNDAY, MARCH 16 & 17, 2024)
Rich Cornell Ranch, 
Mayfield, Idaho
[Bracing Sheet]

Spring Field Trial 
(Apr 20-21, 2024)
Squaw Creek Recreation Area, 
Mile Post 9, Hwy 95, Marsing ID

Fall Field Trial 
(Sep 23-24, 2023)
Squaw Creek Recreation Area, 
Mile Post 9, Hwy 95, Marsing ID

Map to Mile Post 9
AKC Field Trial
Entry Blank
Finding Finey
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Idaho Brittany Club Events

Our club sponsors a variety of activities throughout the year:

Each year the club sponsors two AKC licensed field trials: one in the spring and one in the fall. You may run your dog in six competitive stakes, depending on its age and ability. The stakes are: All Age and Gun Dog (adult, two types of each), Derby (6 to 24 mos.), and Puppy (6 to 15 mos.). These events attract handlers and dogs from all over the Northwest to compete for field titles.

The Idaho Brittany Club holds a spring and fall field trial. Our trial is located at Squaw Creek Recreation Area, Highway 95, Mile Post 9 in Marsing, Idaho.

The AKC hunting tests are non-competitive events where qualifying scores will earn the dog "legs" toward the titles of Junior Hunter (JH), Senior Hunter (SH), and Master Hunter (MH) for performance in hunt tests. The standards for the various levels are designed to approximate the situations and conditions encountered when hunting.

The Idaho Brittany Club holds our Hunting Tests at various locations around the Boise area. Recently we have held the tests at the Cornell Ranch approximately 20 east of Boise and the Butte Ranch approximately 20 miles north of Emmett Idaho. Other sites include Jump Creek recreation area south of Marsing, Idaho. As grounds for holding our events become harder to find and keep, the Idaho Brittany Club have become proactive guardians of the land to help insure our ability to continue growing the sport that we love.

The Idaho Brittany Club isn't currently holding a specialty show.

IBC and the German Shorthair Club of Idaho sponsor field training each spring and summer. Training options vary from puppy training to the more challenging field manners of a finished gun dog.

Each year the club holds a Christmas party and a summer picnic for our members and their families at different locations in the Boise area. Annual awards for members and their dogs are announced at these events.

The club holds business and/or informational meetings the first Tuesday of each month. Meetings are not held in June, July, and August.

The club works with other organizations to rescue Brittanys - particularly those turned in at shelters. We have been successful in finding ‘lost owners’ and new homes for many Brittanys in need.

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