Competing in Bloodhound Trials is very satisfying. Trials are
held each year, giving you the opportunity to compete and meet
likeminded people. When competing at a Kennel Club licenced event,
competitors should have a good understanding of the Working
Trial and Bloodhound Trial 'I' Regulations.
Progressing in Bloodhound Trials
For more information about progressing in Bloodhound Trials,
Every year four Bloodhound Trials Championships are held, two
are organised by The
Association of Bloodhound Breeders and two by the The Bloodhound
Club. More information about the Championships can be found via
the listed Club websites or via the Events Diary.
Working Trials Liaison Council
The Working Trials Liaison Council is here to enable competitors
and both Working Trial and Bloodhound Trial Clubs to communicate
with the Kennel Club. Want to get your voice heard? The Council is
the key channel for you to make positive changes to Bloodhound
Trials. Proposals from the Council can result in fundamental
changes in KC policy which means they're valuable to everyone
involved in the activity. Made up of 18 representatives from all
over the UK, the Council meets once a year to discuss matters that
may affect you. For more information visit the
Working Trials Liaison Council page.