Article for November - December 2010
Find A Beagle Field Trial Club Near You
There are ten beagle field trial clubs in South Carolina that hold trials licensed or sanctioned by the American Kennel Club, and four others sanctioned by the American Rabbit Hound Association.
The four AKC clubs that run trials where beagles compete in braces or pairs include: Savannah River Valley Beagle Club at Edgefield; Iodine State Beagle Club at Ware Place; Black Jack Beagle Club between Camden and Bishopville; and Spartanburg Beagle Club near Pacolet. For information, contact Pat Robertson at (803) 309-3271 or via e-mail at email@example.com.
The six clubs that run AKC small pack option trials include Cove Creek Beagle Club near Pickens; Foothills Beagle Club near Belton; Tokeena Beagle Club near Townville; Poplar Branch Beagle Club near Aiken; Sand Hills Beagle Club near Cheraw; and Norway Beagle Club near Neeses. For information, contact Scott Wilson at (864) 642-4565, or via email at scott@RabbitHuntingBeagles.com.
The four clubs that run ARHA large pack trials include Barrineau Beagle Club near Lake City; Greater Pee Dee Beagle Club near Scranton; Pee Dee Beagle Club near Timmonsville; and Small Cry Beagle Club near Hartsville. For information, contact Butch Lee at (843) 598-9362 or Phillip Broach at (843) 389-2069.
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