National Kennel Club
PO Box 331
Blaine, TN 37709
Contact Us






Garmin International















sportDOG logo 








Trophy Time Gundogs








Gun Dog Supply












baja e ranch






mode transporation
Mode Transporation

 At the NUCS Nationals the Women's Division will be 3 runs. One on a 3 bird set of quail, a 3 bird run of pheasant and a 3 bird run of chukar, all three scores will be added together for the winner.  These runs will be run in the same fields as the men.  The entry fee will be $280.00, pay back will depend on the number of entries.  First place trophies will be awarded for Pointing and Flushing division.  The women runs will begin on Wednesday.  We will expand this as the women divisions grows.  You must run the dog you have ran with all year.  You can not run the same dog in the women's division and in the open division.

***2018 NUCS National Store***

Click for Merchandise

Congratulations to the
2017 High Point Dog Winners
Amateur Flushing
Gray's Life of Riley
Jordan Gray
Amateur Pointing
Double Crown's Tango
Sam Martin
Rb's Remingtons' Prince of Princes
Rusty Baker
Vaughn's Lil Lost Hazel
D Courtney Vaughn

Congratulations to the
2017 Hall of Fame Inductee's
 Reproducer Hall OF Fame 2017
RB's Princess Cartwright's Remington
Rusty Baker - Owner
Super Grand Champion Hall Of Fame 2017
Anderson's Sierra Mist
Eddie & Terri Anderson - Owner

2017 NUCS National Winners
National Results
 chad_jensen_ paisley_open_pointing
Pointing Singles
Chad Jensen & Paisley
Pointing Doubles Pointing
Randy Jensen & Chad Jensen - Crush & Nikki
Amateur Pointing 
Richard Sipes & Hellfire
Flushing Singles
Rusty Baker & Remington
Flushing Doubles
Mike Weigel & Rusty Baker - Clyde & Remington
Amateur Flushing
Travis Ludowese & Rozzi
Carson Rinehart & Ponyo, Nick Sanborn & Sara
Luke Noonan & Ruby

2017 Hall of Fame Inductees
2017 Hall of Fame
High Point Dogs for 2016
2016 National Finals Winners & Ring Presentation

Rule Additions for 2018

1.  Any event holder that is sending in false reports of events that have not been run will face a lifelong ban from the National Upland Classic. Any contestant that accepts false results from an event will face indefinite suspension and possible lifetime ban.

GPS Collars will not be allowed in the field, this included cell phones with GPS enabled apps and GPS enabled watches . Beeper collars and training collars are fine as always but no GPS collars


We glad to announce That Loyall Dog Food has become the exclusive dog food of the National Upland Classic.  We look forward to a long relationship with Loyall and ask our members to please support them.
Thanks Hal

 ******New for 2018 NUCS Women Division*******
Click here for information

**New changes effective September 1st 2017**
Once a dog has produced offspring or has been awarded a champion title of any type, a dog's name will no longer be changed.

We will only require for 1 owner to sign for a dog to be transferred to a new owner  or register a litter when there are co-owners or multiple owners listed.

We now have the Hall of Fame Updated online. 
If you or you dog is not listed correctly please contact the NUCS office to have the information corrected.
The Hall of Fame is listed by 3 division:
Dog's Hall of Fame
Handler Hall of Fame
Random Inductee Hall of Fame

The NUCS now has a Facebook Page
Click here for the direct link

NUCS Hall of Fame

We are now taking orders for the Upland Classic Video.
This is a video that was filmed at the 2008 Upland Classic Nationals.
This Video provides information on our organization as well as instructions on
how to run an Upland Event. The fee for the video is $25.00
Contact the NUCS office at 865-932-9680 or by email for more information.

All dog's that are entered into an NUCS Tournament must be registered with the NKC/NUCS BEFORE entering the event.

The National Upland Classic Series is an organization comprised of people who know and appreciate quality bird dogs.

Our tests are designed to simulate a natural upland bird hunt in a competitive fashion. We want to recognize the dog that shows its inherited hunting talent, the dog that enthusiastically hunts the whole field while exhibiting control and consistencyŚThe Classic Upland Bird Dog.

The hunter is expected to conduct oneself in a safe, courteous, yet competitive manner, which exemplifies the values of the The Classic American Wingshooter.

We at the National Upland Classic Series relish competition, enjoy the comradery and just plain having fun. Sensibly structured entry fees and great paybacks.
Come play with us!