Brownstone's Harley- "Harley" 7/29/2009 (By CH Woodhull's Roger That)
Maple Hill's Ella Enchanted QAA- "Ella" 8/30/2011 (FC AFC Land Ahoy x Stella's Duck Delivery MH)
Good Idea's The Cutting Edge- "Edge" 9/29/2014 (Grady x Good Idea's Touch of Class)
The remarks on that video are hilarious... The best is....
"Even the F'n chicken couldn't cross the road!"
Why does it show Slider having a handle on the call back page for the 5th if he had a no bird?
ReRun Handle 33. FC-AFC Bayou Teche Eye On The Ball (Slider), LM, Lauren Hays
LF: nice mark
RR: drove up hill on R of guns and retrieved the RF. over the hill to the bird
RR: traveled toward the area and was headed back to RF and was handled to the bird
LR: good mark.
posted by Retriever News Team @ 7:23 PM 0 comments
I'm enjoying all the coverage and have a question.
Would someone explain how judges deal with a series that is downwind for half the retrievers and then switches to having the rest running into the wind?
Jim Boyer KwickLabsii.com
I guess what I'm saying is that it's a good break for the dog that benefits and a bad break for the dog that doesn't... But that's life at a National.
Last edited by huntinman; 06-18-2014 at 11:11 AM.
You may have a test with a one hundred dogs in it and there will be a period where say five to six dogs here and there that dont get the same test as the other dogs. The wind, lack of wind or breeze, lighting, or some other freak factor just may knock out five or six in a row and then the conditions come back to "normal." Some damn fine dogs have been eliminated through the years for such freak events.
Semper Klamath River Amber Ale** (Amber)
Klamath's Heartbreak Kid (Valentino)
Look at the callbacks and 78-83 have probably had good timing. However, there are also some pretty good sluggers in this group as well. The 81-85 group would have been a good bid.
Last edited by Dan Storts; 06-18-2014 at 12:33 PM.