News and Updates
UPDATE 4.2.2023 Hello,

We've received 68 birds so far with more coming in the next month. The birds have looked great and health is good. The majority of the birds are all trap trained. The biggest challenge we've faced the past two weeks is rain and/or snow nearly every day and frequent high winds. That has made it challenging to get the birds out more frequently. The weather should begin clearing up soon and the birds will be out as often as possible. 

As a reminder, we'll be using the Tauris clocking system. It is very reliable and we are currently setting it up. We will begin posting loft fly data to wincompanion in the near future so you can keep an eye on your birds. We will also be posting videos to the facebook page so please check it out!

It's not too late to sign up! If you're not currently in the race we encourage you to sign up if you're looking for a race with working speeds! 

Kendal and Braeden
UPDATE 3.12.2023 We'd like to thank the following for sending this past week:

Dave Harrett
Evolution OLR
Zollie and Dave
Jeff Butterman

The birds are doing well overall! The weather has been very cold the past few weeks with some brutal winds. It is looking to start warming up this week. The first group of birds will begin trap training this week! Thank you for sending us healthy birds so far! Birds are receiving probiotics and plenty of minerals. It's going to be a fun year! Keep sending!

Kendal and Braeden


We have already received 30 birds into the loft! They are in quarantine and are all in good health. We'd like to thank the following for sending over the past week:

Tim Allen
Dr. Dominic Dekeratry
High Desert Yearling Classic

Kendal and Braeden
We'd like to thank the following fanciers for sending birds this week to Rock Creek Classic OLR:

Deko Loft
Alberts Family Loft
Birdhigh Loft
Keyways Loft
Zorrros Loft

Thanks for sending some great birds! Keep them coming!

Kendal and Braeden

We are now accepting birds for the 2023 series! We look forward to receiving your birds and are excited to run this series again. The race course is South to North through the Nevada Desert. Your birds will be tested with working speeds out to 350 miles. Our final race last year was 1232 YPM and our average speed winner was 1326 YPM. Speeds will vary with conditions but should be similar overall this upcoming year! Last years final was 8 hours on the wing. 

We will be using the Tauris clocking system! Looking forward to flying your birds! 

Kendal and Braeden

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