Retriever Results was created to fill a need to present objective information about the sport of field trials and hunting tests.
The Retriever Results Database includes results from January 1995 for US Field Trials, August 2009 for US Hunt Tests and from March 1995 for Canadian Field Trials. This includes results from National events as far back as possible. We are also slowly adding even more history. First check the detail page on the Profile Scorecard to be sure we have all your results. If a result is missing and took place in the period we cover, send us an email telling us the name of the dog, handler, event, stake, date and result. We will do some additional research and make any changes indicated.
One of the most challenging aspects of creating and maintaining the Retriever Results database is getting the handler right. If we are in error, send us an email and let us know what the correct information should be.
Just send us an email with the photo with the dog's AKC registered name. We will load it onto the site.
We’re probably updating the site at the same time that you’re trying to use it. Just close your browser and try again. Since updates take only a few minutes, it should be complete by the time you try again. If the problem persists, send us an email.
You can make a PDF of the page for your records.
The information in Retriever Results is drawn from a number of sources we believe to be reliable. Whenever possible, results are checked against at least two sources. That said, sometimes we or our sources make mistakes. If you see one of these mistakes, let us know and we’ll correct it.
The newsletters and website are published by Josie Ottman and Russ Iuliano. Josie and Russ are partners in a consulting business during the day and work on projects like Retriever Results in their spare time. Josie participates in field trials; Russ is an active hunter and outdoorsman.
Once the free preview period ends, you'll be able to add up to 25 dogs as part of My Dogs. And for an extra $10 per year, you'll be able to have up to 250 dogs!
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Please send us an email and we will do it for you.
The number of master passes is automatically appended to a dog's title (e.g., MH20). While being a National qualifier can count as two passes towards the subsequent year's National, being a National qualifier counts as one pass when tabulating passes that are appended to a dog's title.
We are committed to making this a truly useful service to the community. Please email us with any and all suggestions.