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    Default Snake River

    Open to water blind
    1-2-4-9-11-12-17-27-30-31-33

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    O 2 4th.. 2-4-11-17-30-31-33

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    Open
    1st- Al Wilson - Twister Qualifies for Open and Amateur
    2nd - Boice - Woody
    3rd - Nordberg - T'Pau
    4th - Totten\Bechtel - Shorty


    Am to land blind 1-3-4-6-8-9-14-19-21-22-23-25

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    Am land blind dropped 6-9

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    Quote Originally Posted by DeWitt Boice View Post
    Am land blind dropped 6-9
    #26 was also dropped.

    10 back for the AM Water Blind: 1, 3, 4, 8, 14, 19, 21, 22, 23, 25


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    Well done Twister and Al! He is such a nice dog...congrats.
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    Congrats to Al Wilson (the nicest guy on the FT circuit) on winning the Open with Twister
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    Per the Chesapeake Tom-Toms beating have these partial results:

    Amateur--
    First: Yakity's Shake Rattle & Roll ("Comet"; Ch Crackshot's Ben There Done That x DC AFC Yakity Yak Don't Talk Back),owned by Linda Harger & Tom Ivey; handled by Linda
    Finishes her AFC!! Qualifies her for National Amateur

    Qualifying--
    First: Delmarva's Alakazam ("Allie"; Delmarva's Native Son x Hamilton's Stonefield Hannah), owned by Tom & Mary Cox; handled by Tom
    Her 2nd Qual win at less than 3 yrs.; must now compete in All-Age stakes

    Second: Sunshine Amos Mosses of McCammon (Delmarva's Native Son x Sunshine Georgia Peach), owned and handled by Garry Ratzlaff
    New Qualified All-Age dog (3rd in his litter)!

    Congratulations Everyone!

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    Thanks to Bar H Bar Ranch for use of their property for the FT. Very lovely property, very nice people, very nice community.

    Thanks to the club for putting on a well organized trial. Stuff pretty much started on time, dogs were running, no hurry up and wait. Maybe they are on to something with the schedule.

    To fill in a few blanks:

    In the Am 2nd place went to Lilly and Joe Taylor (O/H). Sadie (Irving's dog) got a JAM, I believe Mark Hudson got a JAM with his dog. Yeah SLC. Congrats to Linda for her 1st, she was sooooo thrilled! Talk about a fish hook for us newbies. There were more JAMs I don't remember Who, I don't remember the other placements.

    The Derby had only 2 placements:
    Dog 18, Anna took first. Dog 15 (Handler, Joe glass) got the 2nd.

    It was a lovely weekend, not too hot...not too cold...nice property at the Bar H Bar Ranch.

    Edit: I forgot to add that Kelly Park was a great place to camp.
    Last edited by mitty; 09-23-2012 at 07:30 PM.

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    Am
    3rd - Kareen Tietney's Jackie
    4th - Boice's Doc (Tony & Jan Snow's old dog)
    RJ Fruehling's Tucker

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