22 Feb 2012

Next AICC Lure Meeting at Gt Habton: 25 March

Next AICC Lure Meeting at Gt Habton: 25 March

After an enormously successful and enjoyable day’s Lure Meeting at the weekend, the AICC will be holding a further Lure Meeting on 25 March, again at Great Habton, Amotherby, near Malton, North Yorkshire; first In Slips 11.30am

Contact Arron Atmore at the AICC (01429 836959) if you have any queries or are interested in entering a dog.

1. The Coquetdale and Border Stake for 8 All Aged Dogs at £20.00 each. Winner £100.00 and Trophy, runner up £50.00

2. The Old Yorkshire Stake for 8 All Aged Bitches at £20.00 each. Winner £100.00 and Trophy, runner up £50.00

(First round losers from stake 1 and 2 to go into purse for 8 All Aged Winner to receive trophy)

3. The North Lincs Stake for 8 Track All Aged at £20.00 each. Winner £100.00 and Trophy,

runner up £50.00

4. The Ryedale Stake for 8 Puppies at £20.00 each. Winner £100.00 and Trophy, runner up £50.00

5. The Sherburn Farmers Stake for 8 Whippets at £10.00 each. Winner Trophy; Purse for first round losers, winner trophy

ALL ENTRIES to be received by 21 March 2012, draw to be held on 23 March. All prize monies are dependent upon stakes filling, and will be adjusted accordingly. ID cards for all dogs MUST be provided to slip steward. All dogs must run in muzzles. All entries accepted under AICC rules. All entries at owners’ risk. AICC accepts no responsibility for damage to any person, animal or vehicle in any manner whatsoever.

Entry to field is upon purchase of card and all persons will be required to purchase a card to gain entry, including organisers.

Sponsors welcome! Please contact the AICC (01429 836959) if you are interested in becoming a sponsor for this event!

All funds raised to be used by the AICC for coursing stakes to be held at various meetings in Ireland during the season 2012/13. These stakes will be open to all greyhounds.

AICC, St Marys Cottage, Monk Hesleden, Co Durham; Tel; 01429 836959

THE AICC thanks everyone for supporting the AICC and its aims (to keep coursing alive in the UK during the temporary interruption of the hunting act). The AICC provides stakes at irish meetings throughout the season, culminating in the ENGLISH INVITATION STAKES CHAMPION CUP, these stakes are open to all dogs (owned and trained in UK) to promote coursing greyhound ownership, the structure of coursing clubs in UK and maintain the friendship of those involved in coursing.