Please note all nominations must be received no later than August 31 of the nomination year. (Nominations are good for three years).
In order to be nominated, dogs must be deceased. Persons may be nominated, living or dead, however, they must be at least 65 years of age, if still living.
In order to be considered, a resume that depicts a candidate’s complete field trial record in all types of field trials events, the candidate’s progeny and their quality. The dogs candidacy should be dependent on his entire competitive career, and the quality of his/her offspring.
Persons to be nominated and elected into the GSP Field Trial Hall of Fame, need to have rendered outstanding service to the sport of field trialing, both at a local and national level for a long period of time. They need to have significant contributions that have made a measurable difference in the improvement to the sport of Field Trialing. Activities such as judging, being a club official, breeder, handler, and/or a sustained record of breeding German Shorthaired Pointers which have contributed to the improvement off the GSP as a breed.
Because this is a great honor to bestow upon a person, the Election Committee needs an accurate and complete biography. Incorrect or misleading facts within the biography will cause the nomination to be denied until it is updated and corrected.
I wish to nominate the following person/dog to the German Shorthaired Pointer Field Trial Hall of Fame.