Hogbaying.com produces the largest hog dog field trials in the world. We also have the largest crowds!
We are proud to promote these businesses as sponsors of the the largest hog dog field trials in the world! Please support these businesses as they support our sport.
NEWS AND EVENTS:
- Next Event! Oct 19-22, 2023$12,000 added we’ll crown the top 10 Gyp of the year futurity champ and kennel of the year! Let’s go boys! Y’all share …
- Updated Standings – SHOWTIME PET FOOD kennel of the year and the Old South Dog trailer!!! (After 3 shows)Code Red 44 Winnsboro, Louisiana Top Gun 43 Kountze, TexasTriple R kids 39.33 Downsville, Louisiana Circle B 32 Downsville, Louisiana Braveheart 29.25 Tylertown, Mississippi Johnny White 22.75 …
- Showtime Pet Food Dylan Dingler Memorial ResultsOfficial results from the last show 1 puppy1st splitZeke-braveheart Goober-Code Red3rd splitShastaRowdyHazel Marie Braveheart 2 puppy 1st Stihl/Huxley Triple 72nd rowdy/tootsie pop Braveheart3rd splitMr green …
- DYLAN DINGLER MEMORIALShowtime Pet Food presents the Dylan Dingler Memorial – May 25th – 28th417 Lonnie Malone RdDownsville, LA See flyer for details:
- Uncle Earl’s Hog Dog Trials 2023 Two Dog NALC optionNALC 1st Place Class Winner in the 2 dog class -Solomon/Cutter – Chandly Maynard/ Tri N Catahoulas NALC 2nd Place in the 2 …
- Uncle Earl’s Hog Dog Trails 2023 Two Dog Champions2 DOG CHAMPIONS -Lil Joe/ Grumpy | 3R Kids / Rhett Maynor 2 Dog 2nd Place -Goose/Cowboy – Top Gun 2 Dog Results- …
January 19th-22nd, 2023
March 20th-26th, 2023
28th Annual Uncle Earl’s
May 25th-28th, 2023
August (TBD) 2023
October 19th-22nd, 2023
Who We Are
HOGBAYING.COM is the
PROUD PRODUCER of
The World Championship
of Hog Baying and
Uncle Earl?s Hog Dog Trials
Uncle Earl’s Hog Dog Trials offer multiple classes to include: Puppy Class, Youth Class, Old and YoungClass, 1 Dog and 1 Dog.
1. Dog Can Never lose eye contact.
2. Dog must contain the hog in order to hold it at bay.
3. Dog can not touch a bayed hog.
4. Dog must bark at least every 5 seconds.
5 Dog must be within 5 feet of a bayed hog.