Articles on Pointing Breeds

South Louisiana Vizsla Club

by Chuck Kimbrel, Executive Staff, Field Representative

Neupert Farms near Sunset, Louisiana was the venue for the first licensed pointing breed hunt test to be held by the South Louisiana Vizsla Club, also according to club president Adele Neupert this was the first ever pointing breed hunt test to be held in Louisiana.

Club officers, headed by President Adele Neupert, Vice-President Carole Stout, Secretary and event Chair Maria Braud, and members had been working very hard for several years to acquire license from the A.K.C. to hold events, and were very pleased with the participation in the first event, with a total of 56 dogs entered.

Owners Ed and Adele Neupert cut the grounds to perfection, this made for an excellent course with good cover changes and great places to hold birds.

A great time was had by all, with loads of that great south Louisiana hospitality extended to all.

Doozie, Top producer show Pointer bitch earns two legs of junior hunter title. She is
shown with her handler, Deb Mahoney and her owner Lee Ann Stagg

Carole Stout and Stelle, aka Valley Hunter Constellation, earning her Junior Hunter title

Maria Braud with her vizsla, Egri’s Sweet Painted Lady, JH earned a qualifying score in Senior Hunter test

Casey Breecher and Savannah, with two JH passes in two days

Casey Breecher and Reagan with two JH passes

Amy Neff and Zander, aka Valley Hunter Vermillion Zander earned a JH title

Gunners Kevin Cange and Eddie Neupert ready for the flush