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1959 NC Palamonium with R.H. Scott & Clyde Morton

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Read 'Why Brad Harter and John Russell Deserve Election to the Field Trial Hall of Fame' submitted by Tom Word. You can read on Gundog Central here : https://gundogcentral.com/articles/5565/brad-harter-and-john-russell

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Quail with Saffron Couscous created by Jenny and Rick Wheatley of Food for Hunters is this weeks featured recipe on Gundog Central. You can view the recipe using this link : https://gundogcentral.com/recipes/5492/quail-with-saffron-couscous

About Food for Hunters : Jenny and Rick Wheatley both grew up in Southern California and connected over a shared love of the outdoors. They started their wild game cooking blog Food for Hunters in 2011, where they share recipes, photos and thoughts on wild food. Today, Jenny and Rick continue to hunt, fish, forage and cook in the Cornhusker State of Nebraska. Their recipes have appeared in numerous publications, including Petersens Hunting, Game and Fish, Nebraskaland and North American Whitetail magazines.

The Nebraska Center for the Book awarded their book Hunting for Food: Guide to Harvesting, Field Dressing and Cooking Wild Game the Wildlife Honor Award in 2016.

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This weeks featured article is from a brand new contributor to Gundog Central, Say hello to Joseph Spence. Joseph is an Emmy Award-winning filmmaker, writer, and musician based in Nashville, TN. His short story is called Turkey Stand and has artwork contributed by Leah Brigham. You can read it on Gundog Central using this link : https://gundogcentral.com/articles/5487/turkey-stand

About Joseph Spence : Joseph is an Emmy Award-winning filmmaker, writer, and musician based in Nashville, TN, was born and raised in Pascagoula, MS. His childhood along the Gulf Coast was spent hunting and fishing with his father, who instilled in him a love for the outdoors that continues to inspire his creative work.

About Leah Brigham : After graduating from Millersville University of Pennsylvania with a Bachelors of Science in Art Education, Leah began teaching Art to inner city Middle School students in Houston and later Dallas, TX. Leah has shared with her students her passion for art and nature. This passion has sustained her and continued throughout her life in the form of painting and drawing.

Leah was introduced to American Field Horseback Field Trails and has been able to experience the excitement of seeing her own dog, competing for the National Championship at Ames Plantation in Grand Junction, TN ...standing on point, head and tail held high. This has inspired her to create works of art depicting dogs and the wildlife associated with the sport and hunting.

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Here is short story  #7  of my week of Gun Dog Related short stories. Today's story is from Jim Edmundson with artwork contributed by Leah Brigham. Jim's story is called The Hunt Goes On and you can read it on Gundog Central here : https://gundogcentral.com/articles/5471/the-hunt-goes-on

About Jim : Jim Edmundson is an avid outdoorsman and hunter. He spent over 30 years training bird dogs and horses, competing in field trials from the prairies to the southern plantations. He currently lives on the family farm in eastern North Carolina where he enjoys hunting with his son and friends.

About Leah Brigham : After graduating from Millersville University of Pennsylvania with a Bachelors of Science in Art Education, Leah began teaching Art to inner city Middle School students in Houston and later Dallas, TX. Leah has shared with her students her passion for art and nature. This passion has sustained her and continued throughout her life in the form of painting and drawing.

Leah was introduced to American Field Horseback Field Trails and has been able to experience the excitement of seeing her own dog, competing for the National Championship at Ames Plantation in Grand Junction, TN ...standing on point, head and tail held high. This has inspired her to create works of art depicting dogs and the wildlife associated with the sport and hunting.

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Today featured short story is from Tom Word with artwork contributed by Leah Brigham. Tom's short is called 'Should We?' and you can read using this link : https://gundogcentral.com/articles/5470/should-we

About Tom Word : Tom Word is a lawyer who represents individuals about managing their assets and for amusement writes fiction and non-fiction about bird dogs and humans obsessed with them

About Leah Brigham : After graduating from Millersville University of Pennsylvania with a Bachelors of Science in Art Education, Leah began teaching Art to inner city Middle School students in Houston and later Dallas, TX. Leah has shared with her students her passion for art and nature. This passion has sustained her and continued throughout her life in the form of painting and drawing.

Leah was introduced to American Field Horseback Field Trails and has been able to experience the excitement of seeing her own dog, competing for the National Championship at Ames Plantation in Grand Junction, TN ...standing on point, head and tail held high. This has inspired her to create works of art depicting dogs and the wildlife associated with the sport and hunting.

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The Master by Jim Edmundson is today's featured short story on Gundog Central. You can read Jim's story using this link : https://gundogcentral.com/articles/5466/the-master

About Jim : Jim Edmundson is an avid outdoorsman and hunter. He spent over 30 years training bird dogs and horses, competing in field trials from the prairies to the southern plantations. He currently lives on the family farm in eastern North Carolina where he enjoys hunting with his son and friends.

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Today I'm sharing short story  #4  from my Gundog Central April week of Amazing Authors. Today's story is from another brand new author to Gundog Central, please welcome Michael Stovall. His article is featured along with artwork from Kate Hall. Michael's story is called 'All my heroes are gone', it's all about mentorship. You can read his article on Gundog Central using this link : https://gundogcentral.com/articles/5464/all-my-heroes-are-gone

About Michael : I’m deeply passionate about the outdoors, bird hunting, and ensuring safety in the field. My journey began with a love for nature and a desire to connect with our hunting heritage, inspired by many people who chose to invest time in the field with me.

My goal is to foster a community of passionate hunters who respect the environment, honor traditions, and prioritize safety. Together, we can ensure that future generations inherit a thriving outdoor legacy.

About Kate : Kate Hall is an outdoor artist who resides on an Angus cattle farm in Tennessee, where she began hunting at an early age. During her 13 years as a flight attendant, Kate visited 27 countries and all 50 states. She now spends her time traveling across the country in search of rising trout and upland birds with her husband and their English Setter. In his first two seasons they hunted on public lands in MT, KS, SC, AL, NC, KY and TN for quail, ruffed grouse, sharptail grouse, woodcock, pheasant, prairie chickens, and hungarian partridge. Upland hunting has enriched Kate's life and influences much of her colored pencil work.

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Today's featured story is from a brand new author to Gundog Central, Jim Edmundson. His short story is called A Jam Up Hunt and has artwork contributed by Leah Brigham. You can read Jim story on Gundog Central using this link : https://gundogcentral.com/articles/5462/a-jam-up-hunt

About Jim : Jim Edmundson is an avid outdoorsman and hunter. He spent over 30 years training bird dogs and horses, competing in field trials from the prairies to the southern plantations. He currently lives on the family farm in eastern North Carolina where he enjoys hunting with his son and friends.

About Leah : After graduating from Millersville University of Pennsylvania with a Bachelors of Science in Art Education, Leah began teaching Art to inner city Middle School students in Houston and later Dallas, TX. Leah has shared with her students her passion for art and nature. This passion has sustained her and continued throughout her life in the form of painting and drawing.

Leah was introduced to American Field Horseback Field Trails and has been able to experience the excitement of seeing her own dog, competing for the National Championship at Ames Plantation in Grand Junction, TN ...standing on point, head and tail held high. This has inspired her to create works of art depicting dogs and the wildlife associated with the sport and hunting.

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This week I'm going to attempt to bring you a brand new short story every single day. Today's featured short story is from Tom Word, with artwork contributed by Leah Brigham ( http://leahbrigham.com/index.php ). Tom's story is about My Life as a Field Trial Reporter and you can read it here : https://gundogcentral.com/articles/5461/my-life-as-a-field-trial-reporter

About Tom Word : Tom Word is a lawyer who represents individuals about managing their assets and for amusement writes fiction and non-fiction about bird dogs and humans obsessed with them

About Leah Brigham : After graduating from Millersville University of Pennsylvania with a Bachelors of Science in Art Education, Leah began teaching Art to inner city Middle School students in Houston and later Dallas, TX. Leah has shared with her students her passion for art and nature. This passion has sustained her and continued throughout her life in the form of painting and drawing.

Leah was introduced to American Field Horseback Field Trails and has been able to experience the excitement of seeing her own dog, competing for the National Championship at Ames Plantation in Grand Junction, TN ...standing on point, head and tail held high. This has inspired her to create works of art depicting dogs and the wildlife associated with the sport and hunting.

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