M.W. Reynolds Traditional Country Sports

Mark has an exclusive line of Spanish AYA’s (¬†Bournbrook) imported directly to his store from northern Basque Country…El Pais Vasco…made to Mark’s specifications and his choice of gorgeous woods. ¬†This is probably the best valued Spanish gun in the US…all hand made…at least in my humble opinion. M.W. Reynolds has a welcoming atmosphere where his…

William Harnden Foster Painting

Here’s another William Harnden Foster painting for your blog: Sport’s Peerless Pride, the 1939 National Champion. My old friend Earl Crangle, the legendary professional trainer, rode Pride’s brace that year (Earl was 19 at the time) and even helped scout for Pride’s handler, Dewey English. I remember Earl telling me “I saw every jump Sport’s…

Ramblings: By Michael Altizer

Re-printed with permission from Bernard & Associates from Sporting Classic’s Oct 2010 Issue. Enjoy! The Au Sable springs from Otsego and Roscommon and then consolidates itself near Grayling before venturing forth on its long ramble home to Lake Huron. Along its tangled edges the dark forest rises deep and verdant in random stands of popple…

Gundogs By Tom Davis

Gundogs By Tom Davis…reprinted with permission by Bernard & Associates from July/Aug 2010 Sporting Classics…Tom Davis is one of my heros and a heck of a fine writer! I hope you enjoy this piece as much as I did! Twenty years as a Sporting Classics columnist has enabled the author to share unforgettable moments with…

>First Light by Mike Gaddis

> This is a reprint with permission from Bernard & Associates from the August 2010 issue of Sporting Classics‘ First Light by Mike Gaddis…I hope you enjoy Mike’s writing as much as I do! Among the many stones in my country canine cemetery are a select few which stand to their own. Apart, as the…