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    I have been asked by Event Chairperson Marilyn Dahlheim to post here that all stakes at the Northwest trial will be held at Carlson's Farm in Fall City, WA all three days. The premium on Entry Express provides the address and a map.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Judy Myers View Post
    I have been asked by Event Chairperson Marilyn Dahlheim to post here that all stakes at the Northwest trial will be held at Carlson's Farm in Fall City, WA all three days. The premium on Entry Express provides the address and a map.
    Any news on Qual? I have a young dog running.
    Thanks Lorraine
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    I can't provide a lot of information about the Open. I was directing traffic from the back of the setup - behind the marks. I never saw the setup from the line, and I could not see the line so had no idea who was running. I can say that it was a tough triple. There were two retired memory birds on the left each thrown down the same row of cover and blackberry vines with a channel behind. The flyer was on the right shooting right to left into the middle of the test. I believe the flyer was the longest bird but I can't be certain. From what I could glimpse of the dog work and hear over the radio, many of the dogs were switching or going back to old falls. Some also ended up being dropped for long hunts. Unofficial callbacks to the second series (22 dogs):

    2,3,4,5,6,7,10,14,15,16,17,19,21,24,25,27,30,33,38 ,40,41,42,

    They were setting up the second series when I left. Starts with dog #25.

    Sorry I don't have Qual information other than they were into their 3rd series around 3:00. I heard the first series was tough and they had lots of handles and that the water blind is a 10 minute test with long water swim.

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    Qual results:
    1. 18 LaVeau o/h McNeill
    2. 27 Bella o Simons/h Gonia
    3. 25 Gamble o Greer/h Taylor
    4. 21 Juice o Wiacek/h Gonia
    RJ 16 Ty o/h Gilmore
    Jams 5,8,11,24

    All I know is that 17 are back to the Open water blind in the morning. Do not have numbers.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jgrammer View Post
    Qual results:
    1. 18 LaVeau o/h McNeill
    2. 27 Bella o Simons/h Gonia
    3. 25 Gamble o Greer/h Taylor
    4. 21 Juice o Wiacek/h Gonia
    RJ 16 Ty o/h Gilmore
    Jams 5,8,11,24

    All I know is that 17 are back to the Open water blind in the morning. Do not have numbers.
    Thanks Jean
    Congrats to all Finishers in the Quail.
    Congrats to Bella and Gonia - just got QAA!
    Lorraine
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    AM results:
    1. 7, Meg J. Graham
    2. 10, Missy S. Graafstra (New AFC and qualified for Nat'l Am)
    3. 12, Tuffy F. Boyett
    4. 14, Kate M. Carey
    RJ. 15, Nick J. Grammer
    Jam. 6, Mia D. Plesko
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    Silvertip's Secret Weapon, "Laser"
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    Congratulations to Jamie on Meg's Amateur win. Chance is proud of you both! And congrats to all the other finishers

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    Congrats Jamie!

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    Wow, Jamie. I heard what you said about playing this sport after callbacks in the Open. How does it feel now? Big congratulations to you and Meg.

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    Congrats Jamie! Stay on Cloud 9 for a long time. Way to go Steve and Dave! All we'll deserved for surviving a tough amateur!

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