OKIGO ASFA Pag
updated : 8-11-2022
ONE DAY PREMIUM LIST
OKI Gazehound Organization
Region 6 Invitational
ALL BREED ASFA SANCTIONED FIELD TRIAL
Saturday, Sept 10th, 2022
See separate Premium List for regular ASFA trial on
Sunday, Sept 11, 2022
TWIN TOWERS PARK (east of Dayton & east of Fairborn)
501 Yellow Springs Fairfield Road, Fairborn Ohio 45324
Roll-Call 8:30 am EDT
Early Entry Fee: $20.00 per Hound
Kennel and Breeder stakes $5/pair of hounds, Bench Stake $5/hound.
Early Entries close Sept 7th, 2022 @ 9 pm EDT
at the secretary’s home, 1338 Red Bush Ln, Macedonia OH 44056-2428
NO DAY OF TRIAL ENTRIES WILL BE ACCEPTED
Permission has been granted by the American Sighthound Field Association for the holding of these events under American Sighthound Field Association Rules and Regulations. Audrey Silverstein, Chairman, ASFA Scheduling Committee.
I-75 to south of Dayton. Take I-675 (northeast) about 20 miles. Exit at Route 235
(Fairborn) and turn left on route 235 north. Go 0.5 miles and turn right at Yellow-Springs-Fairfield Road.
Go 3.5 miles to the Park on the right.
I-70 to east of Dayton, then exit on I-675 south.
(ignore the route 235 exit off of I-70). On I-675 go south 3 miles and exit at Route 235 (Fairborn). Go
right on route 235, north 0.5 miles and turn right at Yellow-Springs-Fairfield Road. Go 3.5 miles to the Park on the right.
I-70 to west of Springfield, then exit on route 68 south
(Xenia/Yellow Springs). On route 68 go south 6 miles, past Young's
Dairy, and turn right at Yellow-Springs-Fairfield Road. Go 2 miles to the Park on the left.
PLEASE NOTE THERE IS A LOW CLEARANCE BRIDGE ON THIS ROUTE THAT MAY NOT ACCOMMODATE RVS
The coursing field is next to the pavilion. DO NOT PARK ON THE GRASS.
ASFA Officers and Board Members:
President: Philip S. Fullam; 1st VP: Greg Breitbach; 2nd VP: Cathy Sanderson; Corr. Sec’y: Mary Frances Miller; Rec. Sec’y: Jennifer Gysler: Chief Financial Officer: Scott Hurlbert
Region 1 Dir: Karen Sanders Region 2 Dir: Jayme Jones
Region 3 Dir: Tom Golcher Region 4 Dir: Terry Sayre
Region 5 Dir: Trisha Borland Region 6 Dir: Gayle Kytta
Region 7 Dir: Eddie Kominek Region 8 Dir: Kathy Sanders
Region 9 Dir: Jeff Trombetta Region 10 Dir: Keith Hicks
Region 6 Perpetual Trophies
The Brynmair Trophy
The Brynmair Trophy, donated by the hounds of Brynmair, is in honor of the coursing Irish Wolfhounds past and present and to encourage the continued participation of those hounds who love the sport of lure coursing.
The Old Goat Trophy
Donated in loving memory of Eve, Ch Windriver’s Crimson Arrow CD LCM CGC ROM VC. The foundation of Rare Earth Ridgebacks, Eve’s claim to fame is more for her descendants than from her own coursing career, which didn’t start until she was six years old. Eve earned her LCM at the age of ten and was still used as test dog at fourteen. Eve’s descendants include five #1 RRs: Phoebe, Maggie Mae, Ida, Wanda and Nitro, as well as seven Lifetime Top Twenty RRs: Ida, Star, Zappa, Troi, Wanda and Nitro. Eve’slove for coursing was distinguished by her signature chortle before the Tally-Ho and her
passion to shred the bunnies, two traits that seem to be inherited by her offspring!
The Saluki Trophy
Donated by Tom Cigolle Jr. in loving memory of BIT Montebello Sherom’s Fuhais LCM6. Fuhais’ wish was to make sure that the Salukis of today and tomorrow are always honored and remembered. Her passion for the chase is the legacy she leaves to us all.
The Bevis Trophy
The Bevis Trophy was originally called The S.L.O. Trophy to commemorate the
relationship between Sharon Louise Othick and Bill Othick’s Whippet “Spy”. The trophy
was later renamed to honor “Air Bevis”, as he was known in the Othick household. FC
TnT’s My Foolish Heart, LCM7, LCX was ASFA’s highest scoring whippet in 1998, was #4 in 1999 and #11 in 2000. Bevis had enthusiasm and flash on the field and always gave 110%,but was also a great hound at home and returned the love he received tenfold.
Best in Regional
The Director’s Cup - Donated by Mike Scanlan to honor the Best In Regional Invitational winner, past, present, and future.
Rosettes will be offered by ASFA for: All placements, High scoring single, BOB
winners, High score in Breeder, Kennel and Bench Stake each breed, Best in Regional.
Medallions will be provided for Best of Breed.
Trophies will be offered by OKIGO for: All placements, High scoring single, BOB winners, High score in Breeder, Kennel and Bench Stake each breed, Best in Regional.
Judges (S = single judge, * = provisional judge, # = Canadian judge)
Karen Frederick, Ballwin, MO
Holly Hamilton, Cincinnati, OH
Paul Kytta II, Macedonia, OH
Jeff Leonard, Beavercreek, OH
Mary Frances Miller, Nashville, TN
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Regional Judges Assisgnments (click Here to view)
Susan Wagener, 614-370-0821
Field Trial Secretary
Gayle Kytta, 1338 Red Bush Ln, Macedonia OH 44056-2428
firstname.lastname@example.org 330-338-8617 (cell)
No entries accepted by email or fax per ASFA rules. Make check payable to "OKIGO". Late, incomplete, conditional, unsigned, unpaid entries and entries without a registration number will NOT be accepted. Entries will NOT be acknowledged by mail. Substitutes for lame or in-season hounds will be allowed if substitute has the same owner and the trial secretary is notified before the close of day-of-trial entries. Please do not bring bitches in-season to these trials; just report the bitch in-season to the trial secretary. Day-of-Trial entries closes 8:00 am EDST
day of trial.
All Hounds entering Open, Veteran or Limited Stakes for the first time MUST include a completed ASFA Certification Form, AKC QC or Waiver Form (with proof of title) and a copy of the hound’s registration certificate (registration requirement waived for NGA Greyhounds only; certification waived for Single Stake entries only).
SEPARATE, DATED 5 1/2” x 8 1/2” ENTRY FORMS ARE EQUIRED FOR EACH DAY
Trial Hours: 7:00 am EDST until completion. All Times are Eastern Daylight Savings Time
Roll Call & Inspection for all breeds: 8:30 AM EDST
Jeff Leonard, Don White, Steve Artley.
Paul Kytta II, Don White, KC Artley, Stu Hamilton
Ribbons-1st blue; 2nd-red; 3rd-yellow; 4th-white; NBQ - Green, Singles Winner- Blue/Gold, Best of Breed - purple & gold rosette. BIF – Red, White & Blue Rosette
Best In Field will be offered both Saturday and Sunday
ELIGIBLE BREEDS & REGISTRY
Only purebred Afghan Hounds, Azawakhs, Basenjis, Borzoi, Cirneco dell’Etna, Greyhounds, Ibizan Hounds, Irish Wolfhounds, Italian Greyhounds, Pharaoh Hounds, Rhodesian Ridgebacks, Salukis, Scottish Deerhounds, Silken
Windhounds, Sloughis, and Whippets. Provisional breeds may be entered in the
Provisional Stake or the Singles Stake. Provisional breeds currently
include purebred Chart Polski, Galgo Español, Magyar Agar, Peruvian Inca Orchid, Portuguese Podengo (Pequeno), Portuguese Podengo (Medio & Grande), and must be individually registered with the appropriate
All entries shall be individually registered with the AKC (ILP/PAL included), the NGA, the UKC, the FCI, an ASFArecognized foreign or ASFA Board approved registry, or possess a CRN from the SPDBS. A photocopy of
acceptable registry must be submitted with each hound’s first ASFA field trial entry; this requirement is waived for
hounds registered with the NGA.
REGULAR STAKES OFFERED
Any eligible sighthound that has met certification requirements, excluding ASFA Field Champions of
FIELD CHAMPION STAKE
Any ASFA Field Champion
Any eligible hound whose age is at least six years, except Irish Wolfhounds whose age shall be
at least five years, and Afghan Hounds, Rhodesian Ridgebacks, Salukis and Whippets whose age shall be at least
seven years. Points go toward V-FCh or V-LCM titles.
Any eligible sighthound of a Provisional breed that has met certification requirements. Not eligible to compete in Best of Breed or Best in Field.
Any eligible sighthound including those disqualified to run in other stakes. Each hound runs alone. Not eligible for Best of Breed or Best in Field. Hounds are eligible to earn TCP and CPS titles from the Singles stake. Provisional breeds are not eligible for these titles.
Conditions of Entry:
All entries must be one year or older on the day of the trial Stakes will be split into flights by public random draw if the entry in any regular stake is 20 or more Bitches in season, lame hounds and hounds with breed disqualifications will be excused at roll call. Spayed, neutered, monorchid or cryptorchid hounds without breed disqualifications may be entered; hounds with breed disqualifications are not eligible to enter except in the Single Stake ? Hounds not present at the time of roll call will be scratched All hounds will run twice, in trios if possible or braces (except in the Single Stake), unless excused, dismissed or
Dayton Med-Vet Emergency Veterinary Clinic
From the Park, left (west) on Fairfield-YellowSprings Road, left at traffic light (route 235), I-675 South to I-35 West to I-75 South, exit 50A, Dryden Road, go
under I-75 then left at first road (traffic light), Clinic is on the left.
Trophy Donations (see PFG frmat of premim List)
Events such as this depend upon the generosity of the fancy. If you would
like to make a donation, OKIGO is offering the following level:
Red, White and Blue $50 or more
Purple and Gold $25 to $49
Blue $10 to $24
All donations will be recognized at ribbons.
ENTRY WORKSHEET—PLEASE INCLUDE WITH YOUR ENTRIES,
PAYMENT, AND BENCH, KENNEL, BREEDER STAKE FORMS.
Saturday Per Hound $20X ______ $_______
Breeder/Kennel Stake $5 X_______ $_______
Bench Stake $5 X_______ $_______
Sunday Per Hound $15 X_______ $_______
Trophy Donations, Red, White and Blue $_______
Purple and Gold $_______
Donation in honor of:_________________________________
In conjunction with OKIGO's trials on September 10-11, 2022, the ASA (American Saluki Association) will be offering the ASA North Central Regional trophy for Salukis only. To claim the trophy, the winning Saluki must be owned by an ASA member and must compete both days. For further information, contact CynDee Hahn, ASA Lurecoursemaster, at email@example.com or call
314-839-0620 (landline) or 314-852-8858 (cell)
A battery powered continuous loop lure machine will be used; backup equipment will be available.
Lure will consist of highly visible plastic. There will be a $5 fine for a loose hound on the field that is not in the course in progress. The club reserves the right to alter the course as required by weather and/or field condition on the day of the trial. Courses will be reversed fo
NO PRACTICES ON SUNDAY
Bring your own water, shade and food. Food will be available only for judges/workers. The Greene County Park rules do not allow alcoholic beverages on the park grounds.
OTHER CAMPING OPTIONS
In conjunction with OKIGO's trials on September 10-11, 2022, the ASA (American Saluki Association) will be offering the ASA North Central Regional trophy for Salukis only. To claim the trophy, the winning Saluki must be owned by an ASA member and must compete both days. For further information, contact CynDee Hahn, ASA Lurecoursemaster, at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 314-839-0620 (landline) or 314-852-8858 (cell).
Entry forms in PDF premium List