Jim, Dale (his wife), and I would like to extend to all of our customers our best wishes for a healthy, happy and peaceful New Year and to thank all of you for your patience over the past year as we faced the challenges of stepping into Tom's shoes and continuing to run INJOY.  We thank you for your continued patronage and we will strive to continue to provide you with the BEST lure coursing equipment available today!

If any of you have suggestions or any feedback for us, please let us know!!!  You can easily e-mail Jim through this website or phone either of us.  Jim is at 802 899 4439; I'm at 802 425 3691.    

Best wishes to all,   Trina



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Lure coursing equipment is that which is used to create an artificial or mechanical lure (often referred to as "the bunny") which can travel at speeds in excess of 50 mph. The artificial lure is pursued by any animal or bird that possesses a strong prey instinct.

The modern day version of this type of equipment was conceived (in the US around 1971) and developed by various sighthound enthusiasts for the purpose of testing their dogs instinct and physical abilities in a competitive event. This equipment is now used by sighthound people in various competitive lure coursing field trials and racing events. The equipment is also used by other dog owners for various reasons such as physical conditioning and for just the sheer enjoyment of watching a dog have fun. Lure coursing is "funnnnn" for the dogs...they do it because they want to run fast and chase an artificial lure...they cannot be forced to chase a lure.

The equipment is now used by several zoos to exercise and condition Cheetahs and African Wild Dogs. Falconers utilize lure coursing equipment to both train and condition their short wing hawks (those raptors that hunt game on the ground) and to perform educational demonstrations of a hawks hunting techniques and flight abilities without sacrificing live game.

Contact Information:

Telephone: (802) 899-4439

FAX: (802) 425-4468

Postal address: P.O. Box 21, Charlotte, VT 05445-0021

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Date Modified:  01/19/11