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Thread: GDG: how to get in a limited entry Master Test

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    I wish they did not limit entry's, I've tried to enter three (one was a double MH) hunts tests without luck. One opened Saturday at 0430PM, and the next morning at 0530 it was full. Who would think a test opened for entry on a Saturday night?? They should post the entry opening times so everyone has a fair shot, or limit the number of dog's each handler can enter, cause this is getting ridiculous! I'll quit complaining now, but had to say what I thought....
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    The Big D test filled up in about 10 minutes this morning. 120 dogs. Not sure what the answer is, but it is getting ridiculous.

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    Quote Originally Posted by S.Miles View Post
    The Big D test filled up in about 10 minutes this morning. 120 dogs. Not sure what the answer is, but it is getting ridiculous.
    8 minutes is what the fabulous FB was bragging about..."new record"
    Shawn White

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    Anyone analyze the entries yet?

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    I see 8 maybe 9 amateur entries.

    Golden Goose is in ICU regards

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