Most hunt secretaries will provide a copy of the summary score sheet for each run to each handler on that run (although this can depend on things like electricity and printer ink!) A three ring binder works well to hold the summary sheets. Consider keeping a hunting journal that includes specifics about what happened on the individual runs (the first time you heard your dog give voice, how many rabbits he started, whether he found the “check,” whether he harked in to his running mates). If you want to apply for titles, you’ll need to keep track of what requirements your dog has met for each level of achievement. All qualifying scores are posted on this website as well SEE.