Sharon and Hannah Briggs with dogs Bluey and Plumps at a Warwick Lure Coursing Club Field Trial.
Sharon and Hannah Briggs with dogs Bluey and Plumps at a Warwick Lure Coursing Club Field Trial. Gerard Walsh

Club to host last lure coursing field trial for year

THE Warwick Lure Coursing Club will hold its final field trial for the year on Sunday at Henry Joppich Park.

Club president Anne Freebairn said each dog would have one run at the field trial in the run up to the club Christmas party.

"We are hoping to attract 20 to 30 dogs with handlers bringing an average of two dogs,” Freebairn said.

"There will be puppy runs for dogs new to the sport which will be first on the program.”

Everyone is asked to bring a plate for a shared lunch after the first runs of the day. Handlers will come from as far as Brisbane and the Gold Coast.

Registration from 8am for a 9am start. Further information on 54930408.



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