Land blind shown if previous post was run as second series. Same strong crosswind, but surprisingly good dog work with most dogs crossing the tree trunk on their initial cast.
Water blind was from further down the same dike. That line was at about 30degrees more to the right than the the land blind and there was no real suction from the land test. Again, very strong crosswind. Varying work, with one dog actually finishing the blind with only one whistle/cast which occurred as the dog landed on the far shore and was insurance to make sure the dog continued its angle rather than climbing the bank. PWRC-QualWB.jpg
Thanks for both posts and photos, info..
Congratulations to all that competed. And, congrats to Peggy and "Calli", Denyell and "Ledge"....and Michael... Qualifying JAMs..
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Choctaw's Piscataquis Sebec CDX MH CGC WCX ***
UCDX HR SR Sand Dancer's XX MTB Ranger UDT, MH, WCX **
HR SR Scarlett's Andi O'Malley CD SH OA NAJ CGC (OAJ-2 Placements) 9/16/1995-3/31/2011
A Sportsman is gracious in defeat, humble in victory and appreciates the opportunity to compete. HPW
RJ- Maestro/Clayton Taylor
Great job Clayton Taylor your dogs ran great!!!
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Placements are 100% correct. Clayton Taylor's dog #9 was RJ. Sorry.
Kudos and congratulations for their Derby placements to three of my favorite ladies in the game, Suzan Caire, Sherry McClure, and Sylvia McClure, first, second, and third.
Congrats on the Q 2nd with Leif, Ann & Bob!
Kim Pfister, Rainmaker Labs
Congrats Clayton, keep up the great work!!