Scheduled Run Thrus for 2020:

  • July 19th

  • August 16th

  • September 20th

  • October 25th

  • November 22nd

Next Barn Hunt Run Through: July 19th 12 - 5pm

Next Barn Trial: August 22nd and 23rd

Next Barn Hunt Classes: September 9th

  • Beginner Classes: 6 pm

  • Intermediate Classes: 5 pm

  • Advanced Classes: 4  & 7 pm

Barn Hunt

Beginner Classes are for dogs that have never done Barn Hunt before. 

Intermediate Classes are for Novice and Open-Level skilled dogs

Advanced Classes are for Senior, Master, and Crazy-8 skilled dogs. 

When you sign up for classes, let us know which class level you're interested in.

Pricing:

  • Run-through prices:

    • Instinct, Novice, and Open: $10/run or $25/3 runs.

    • Senior and Master: $15/run or $40/3 runs.

  • Classes: $130 per dog for 6 classes

  • Private Lessons: $95/hr

About Barn Hunt - Barn Hunt is a new and quickly growing dog sport catching fire across the country! Barn Hunt is based on the traditional roles of many breeds in ridding farms, barns, crop storage areas, and homes of destructive vermin. Some breeds were specifically created to fill this role, and for many of those breeds, Barn Hunt provides their first true opportunity for responsible breeders to test proper working traits in their dogs. Barn Hunt is also open to any dog of any breed or mix who wishes to play the game and can fit through an 18" wide by bale-height tall tunnel. Barn Hunt has titles, levels of increasing difficulty, and championships. Barn Hunt is an independent sport, but titles are recognized by the American Kennel Club (AKC), the United Kennel Club (UKC), and the Canadian Kennel Club (CKC). To see how to get your title recognized, go to FAQs and About (AKC/UKC/CKC).

Barn Hunt is committed to creating a safe and fun sport for dogs, that also holds rat care at the highest level of consideration. The rats used in Barn Hunt are pets. They jump eagerly into their safe, comfortable aerated tubes and truly enjoy interacting with the dogs.

We're a great sport for older dogs, and older people too! Tripod dogs can compete, and so can deaf dogs. To get started first read the rules and then join us for a class or practice session. We hope you try it, we think you'll like it!

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