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Thread: Rowdy (by Pirate) delayed triple, etc., this morning

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    Default Rowdy (by Pirate) delayed triple, etc., this morning

    http://youtu.be/T0-kyE9XYqs
    This morning we ran a delayed triple. M1-150 yds, M2-160 yds (angled back), M3-80 yds, B1-160 yds, B2-200 yds. Order was M1, M3, M2, B1, B2. B1 is on top of the levee (about 3-4 ft. high). B2 is about 30-40 yds behind the levee.

    Wind was at my back but slightly quartering to my right. There is a pretty severe drop off about halfway to M1 and M2. Not sure if dog could actually see the duck hit the ground. I did not use any primers in deference to the dry conditions (snow expected Sun).

    On the go bird when I put my hand down I accidently said "Shadow" and he didn't flinch. I was proud of him.

    I spent too much time trying to fine tune his line on B1 and I got some avoidance. His first look out was the best one and I should have sent him.
    I got a cast refusal on B2 and then used voice to try and get him over the levee. But he stopped on top of the levee like where he found B1. I guess that was expecting too much.

    He did very good on ignoring the diversion.

    Not every day has to be perfect for the dog and handler to learn something.

    As always constructive comments are welcome.
    Last edited by Wayne Nutt; 01-31-2014 at 07:07 PM.
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    Hey Wayne. This video is on private mode. That is unless you want it that way.

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    Thanks, switched to public. Dumb me I didn't even know there was such a thing as private mode.
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    Did the same thing with a video this week its easy to do.

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    Thanks! Wayne. Good job! Looked like he was a bit reluctant on the second blind. Like I posted on the other thread nice to see grass.
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    Wayne, Love your work with your dogs and now I hope you can help me out.WITHOUT gundog now for over a year and my life feels empty.I have had 2 great labs but there lives are to short and hurtful when it comes to an end.Now my first lab ruby was out of marathon man and she was wound tight ft people loved her.I need some advise on what type of breeding I should be looking for.Iam getting older now and I need a line that is not so high strung.Will train for hunt test,hunting and best buddy.I remember watching md Houston run,not the fastest but the smartest.Need some advise. thanks
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    Jakeruby, I like the bitch Cha Cha a lot. And I like Pirate a lot too. Both these dogs are pretty calm. Castile Creek kennels has a breeding of Cha Cha and Grady which I think would
    be good.
    Pirate (FC AFC Land Ahoy) has a web site and lists
    some breedings.
    There are some videos of Cha Cha winning the SRS crown championship on YouTube. There are some of Pirate winning a field trial on YouTube also.
    A word of caution, these pups are pretty expensive.

    Hope this helps.
    Edit: Cha and Grady pups are due in March .
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    Wayne, that's a great video. Thanks for sharing! So nice to see Rowdy's progress. Keep up the great work!
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    Here is the old man Shadow (by Patton) running the same setup. Look at that butt snapping at the duck (second retrieve) when I took it. Watch my left hand closely on the next delivery. Shadow is starting to slow down.
    http://youtu.be/RZ2zAHcyAxk
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    Castile Creek's Rawhide, SH "Rowdy"

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    Wayne video is on private again
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