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Great Plains Spring Field Trial

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Event# 620-583-8177

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Hundreds of dogs, horses, participants and spectators come together in the Spring and Fall to watch exceptional dogs from across America and Canada compete for top honors in both National and Regional events. Bring your horse, ride, visit or just come and enjoy the beautiful Flint Hills at the Bechtel Ranch. RV hookups, hot showers, and laundry facilities, along with on-premise breakfast and lunch are just some of the amenities offered. If you are looking for a hunting dog, companion animal or a pet, this is the place to find them; there are puppies, started dogs and finished dogs for sale.

Great Plains Spring Field Trial

Address : Bechtel Ranch Eureka KS
Phone : 620-583-8177   (Always call and confirm events.)

Email Address : info@greenwoodcounty.org

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