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Hi: I have shown three goldens for 18 years in Ohio. I was also an AKC hunt test judge. But I had to move back home to take care of my sick mom who would not allow me to own a dog. I'm moving back to Ohio in two weeks and want to get back in the game.

My last golden, Glenbrook's Raging Storm MH UD TD OA WCX CGC NARHA's senior hunter, died of renal failure in 2008. Question. What is required to get these *** after your WCX?

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Betsy1:smile2::smile2::smile2:
 

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Gone are the days where the * or ** are used to signify a WC , WCX. Now * = A Sanctioned Field Trial Placement,
** = Placement in an AKC Licensed Field Trial
*** = Qualified Open All Age in an AKC Licensed Field Trial

Those are all competitive wins/placements, as opposed to the WC/X or HT programs.
 

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Gone are the days where the * or ** are used to signify a WC , WCX. Now * = A Sanctioned Field Trial Placement,
** = Placement in an AKC Licensed Field Trial
*** = Qualified Open All Age in an AKC Licensed Field Trial

Those are all competitive wins/placements, as opposed to the WC/X or HT programs. Instead of putting 'narha's sh' after your dogs name, you could put HR in front of his name.
 

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We no longer use a * (one star) to designate a WC or WCX.

** (two star) is any placement in a Derby or 3rd, 4th, Reserve JAM or JAM in a Qualifying stake
*** (three star) is a 1st or 2nd in a Qual, or any placement in an Open or Amateur stake

A *** is a WAY bigger step up than any WC/X or hunt test title.
 
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