A little while back I was at a hunt test and was watching a "pro" trainer. Guy had a trailer full of dogs and heavily influenced the judges in where to let him run his endless line of client dogs. To say that's irritating would be an understatement. On top of that, he would whistle the dogs nonstop on marks and blinds. So holding my tongue, which can be hard at times, I wondered if the judges should give him the pass ribbon or the dog as the dog did half the work as the "pro". So my question, is this common? I've participated in only a few local hunt test but this turned me off. He would literally hit his first whistle immediately after sending the dog. It didn't even have time to get of its line.