Retrievers test their abilities at the Master National Retriever Club Event

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ST. LOUIS, MO (KTVI) – The Master National Retriever Club is a nonprofit organization which educates and promotes retriever hunting, and works to provide annual testing of retrievers within American Kennel Club guidelines.

President of Master National Club Jace Tramotin and Corporate Liason of Master National Club Michelle Love joined Kim Hudson in the parking lot to talk more about this annual test and to let one of the highly trained award winning retrievers do a demonstration!

This is an invitational event attended by the dogs who qualify with the highest AKC Retriever Hunt Test title of Master Hunter. All dogs must qualify during the previous year to be invited to this event.

Many of the events during the event will be at the August A. Busch Memorial Conservation.

This event will benefit not only the dog groups that use Busch Conservation Area but also the hunters, fishermen, bicyclist, hikers, photographers, nature lovers and all people in the St. Louis area that use the Busch Conservation Area.

For more information on the Master National Retriever Club Event, visit or check them out on facebook,

25th Anniversary Master National Retriever Club Event
October 1st  – October 9th
August A. Busch Memorial Conservation

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