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    Once u are on the list you are on the list. He didn't say he was at the top of the derby list 2 years.

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    So if make the derby list in 2011, u are on the derby list in 2012 regardless of 10 points or not? Just wondering if I'm missing something, sounds like a nice dog though , too bad for that injury though

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    Yes, once u are on the list you are on it till dog reaches 2. You don't have to get another 10 points to get on derby list the next year if your dog hasn't turned 2 yet

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    Don Brawley runs a very nice chocolate, Choco, that made the derby list and I believe only needs 1/2 point for his FC/AFC. He also has a very nice young female from my breeding that was on the list and has an Am placement at only 2 years old.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gunners Up View Post
    Jeff,

    If it is two quality animals with all the health clearances I do not see why not. I visted extensively with a Professor of Reproductive Sciences from Oklahoma State Univ. Vet School and he had no issues with it and said it was a fairly common occurence in livestock and other sporting breds of dogs such as Pointers.

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    Maestro won again today

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    Does that make 35 is he tied with tide?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Luke T View Post
    Maestro won again today
    6 weeks and 22 points away from "babe" if it gets close i bet they start double staking him

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    GLEN LAKE F-ONE-O-WONDER -Voodoo was high derby point for chocolate couple years ago. He is QAA now. 21 points i believe.

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    You can also look up choc dogs on Retriever Results. Go to Milestones, select Derby list, sort by color.
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