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Dan Blevins
05-22-2005, 06:07 PM
any other results???

JusticeDog
05-22-2005, 10:42 PM
Open

1st - ?/Bobby George
2nd- Vince/sletten
3rd- $/jackie mcKay
4th- ?/Scott Harp

Derby:
1st: Kicker/Judy Powers - same dog as Q - Double Header with the young dog!
2nd: Hal Gierman
3rd: Bobby George
4th: Cuz/John Pease
JAMS: Rusty (handled by me!) sorry, I don't know the other Jams - I'm doing this from memory!

Cresthill
05-22-2005, 11:03 PM
Congratulations Susan and Rusty!! I know Diana will be so pleased when she hears the news.
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jeff t.
05-23-2005, 11:40 AM
Amateur Resuts?

Doug Main
05-23-2005, 12:40 PM
Amateur Results:

1st - Dave Hemminger - Corry
2nd - Bob Hanssen - Meba's Ms Chief
3rd - Charlie Hines - Cody
4th - Alan Hamilton - Hannah
RJ - Judy Powers - Ginger
Jams:
Bill Truax - It's - R- Time
Bill Truax - Star
Jimmie Darnell - China Doll
Doug Main - Missy

Emily Faith
05-23-2005, 01:42 PM
Doug,
Doesn't that qualify Cori?

Doug Main
05-23-2005, 02:03 PM
Doug,
Doesn't that qualify Cori?

I'm not sure. Did he already have a win? He got 2nd in the open last weekend at Iowa. I got the impression from Dave that he was already qualified, and needs 1 pt for his title. But, I really am not sure.

AmiableLabs
05-23-2005, 02:07 PM
RJ - Judy Powers - Ginger
Darn that yellow girl, close again!

She has her Am-handled Open (110+ entered) win, all she needs are points to flesh the titles out.


Kevin & Sherri Walker -- "Ginger's" biggest fans!!!

Emily Faith
05-23-2005, 02:11 PM
Doug,
He did not have a win. If Dave ran him at Iowa for the Open second there, then he is definitely qualified. Do you know if Dave ran him in that Open, or if Lister did?

trog
05-23-2005, 06:17 PM
great grounds
great workers
great judges
great tests
only got a JAM but enjoyed the whole weekend
keep up the good work - not many clubs, grounds, etc that can still do this
triples in the open and 1st in am, nice blinds - open blind was awesome to watch - maybe 400+ yards with an almost 200 yard entry??

had a wonderful weekend

terry roglitz

JusticeDog
05-23-2005, 11:34 PM
great grounds
great workers
great judges
great tests
only got a JAM but enjoyed the whole weekend
keep up the good work - not many clubs, grounds, etc that can still do this
triples in the open and 1st in am, nice blinds - open blind was awesome to watch - maybe 400+ yards with an almost 200 yard entry??
had a wonderful weekend

terry roglitz

I couldn't agree with you more, Terry. Very hospitable group.

I saw Pauly Sletten run that open water blind with Vince...... it was awesome. (Steve Faith got his win for Eve's AFc on those grounds with almost the exact same water blind. )

Lots of fun and memories on those grounds..... I remember Jamie lining a 300 yard+ land blind (no such thing as pure land at Mid-Illinois with all those water pockets)..... I titled my first HRC dog in seasoned there on those grounds last year... a Jamie son.

Ran into some people I hadn't seen for awhile..... :D

Starky
05-26-2005, 12:48 PM
I would like to know the names of the dogs that took 1st and 4th in the Open.
Thanks!

Franco
05-26-2005, 07:31 PM
Bill Truax - It's - R- Time
Bill Truax - Star



Anyone know if this is the same Bill Truax that played Tightend for the Los Angeles Rams back in the 70's and LSU in the late 60's?

JusticeDog
05-26-2005, 10:15 PM
Bill Truax - It's - R- Time
Bill Truax - Star



Anyone know if this is the same Bill Truax that played Tightend for the Los Angeles Rams back in the 70's and LSU in the late 60's?

Don't think so..... Bill's a member at the Madison Retriever Club, is FT chairman, on the board, and even so, is still a little young to be playing for LSU in the late 60's!!!! I'd say late 30s, early 40s.... crabby as an old guy during the club FT... (don't anyone told him I said that.... I mean just because I said it on the internet doesn't mean he has to know....!!!)