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    Default Niland, San Diego Club

    Amateur callbacks to the 2nd: 2,4,7,8,9,11,12,13,14,18,19,20,23,24,26,27,28,30,3 3,34,36,37,42,43,44,49.
    26 dogs back. Rotation is 45 so number 49 will start. Starting time 0800, parking in same location as today.

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    Any open callbacks?

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    Thanks for posting Lynn.
    Field trialer. I have an FC Golden Retriever and running trials Casey and a retired FT black lab Lightning.
    Marie Annette Doherty

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    Open callbacks
    1 2 5 7 8 13 14 16 17 19 20 26 27 28 31 32 34 35 36 37 39 41 43 44 45 52 55 58 60 61 65

    31 dogs back 5 scratches
    32 starts LB. Same grounds 8 a.m
    Last edited by labhauler; 03-22-2013 at 10:51 PM. Reason: add

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    Thank you for the callbacks.

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    Open 1st series:
    1st thrown right hand bird, right to left, hell of a long way out, flyer thrown left to right inverted triple, left hand bird thrown right to left in front of a small group of trees. Dogs ran from a high dyke with 3 possible water entries ( for cooling down), tight lines up front wide open layout. Handlers tried all variations. Order was right, left, flyer (middle bird). After the flyer it was a choice between the water bird –left bird with some water if the dog was really honest, sometimes too honest, & then out and to the bird. Almost a mile? Then the right hand bird; a tight line if you tried for the corner of the pond where we ran from. In front of the flyer and a long way out. Lots of choices for the dogs. Left hand bird had another group of trees to the right of the bird to choose to run to. Right hand bird had so much; dykes,ponds & trees.


    Am 1st series

    Also ran through the corner of a pond. 3 tight lines.
    Right hand bird out of a winger, thrown left to right behind a dried out bush, did not retire. Middle’s line was essentially through a huge bush, landing pretty tight behind the flyer.station. Thrown right to left. Flyer right to left. Dogs ran in a huge . dry, ploughed field. It was easy to over run both right hand & middle marks or run behind guns. The wind was a huge factor , in the a.m left to right &then switching in the p.m. from right to left. Wa-hay for nature!!!!
    Sorry if some of this doesn’t make sense. It has been a long, VERY hot & dry day ending late .
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    Default Amateur 4th Series Callbacks

    Amateur 4th series callbacks are: 4,7,8,9,11,13,18,23,24,26,27,28,30,34,36,37,42,44.
    Rotation is 20, first dog up to bat is #23. Starting time is 0800. Parking is on the south end of Mag 7 where we parked Friday and this morning.

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    Default Niland Qual

    Any news on the Qual today? Thanks in advance.

    Lorraine
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    Callbacks to 3rd series in Qualy:
    1,4,5,6,7,8,14,15,16,17,18,19,21,22,23,24,31,32,35

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    Any callback info on the open?

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