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    amateur poison bird wb. short land entry into channel . up on first point on right. cast into wind & up on 2nd point on left. cast towards poison bird point. up on pb point & cast off into wind. swim another 75 yards in channel & exit water. hold line into strong wind & run 100 yards to blind on a mound that is up against dark trees . you have to watch for blind planter. he is invisible against the dark background as he plants the blind.

    Fred ran Stinger in Open.
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    I don't believe in allowing wine to breathe. I prefer mouth-to-wine resuscitation.

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    Wind and rain were like a monsoon. sheets of water came across the field.
    Callbacks to watermarks (unofficial): 1 12 22 32 44 54 61.
    Nice callbacks. Dogs that failed the blind were dropped (IMO).
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    I don't believe in allowing wine to breathe. I prefer mouth-to-wine resuscitation.

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    Default Amateur

    amateur results (unofficial):
    1 Snerdley Parrott
    2 Teddy Ebner
    3 Percy Bray
    4 Vapor Neil
    no jams awarded, 3 dogs picked up.
    Bob/Ann Heise
    "Show up. Dominate. Go home." Dan Gable

    "There is no such thing as perfection. There is always a higher level." Dan Gable


    "Look at pressure as an opportunity." Tom Brands

    "I like to relax with a chainsaw." Tom Brands 2010

    I don't believe in allowing wine to breathe. I prefer mouth-to-wine resuscitation.

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    Stinger and Snerdley, open and amateur winners, Both littermates out of Tiger and Rainy. Big Congrats.
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    By FC AFC Windy City's Mighty Mouse (NAFC Carbon x FC AFC Cody) x Flirt'n Lean Lex of Babyduck SH (NAFC Grady x Flirt QAA by NFC Chopper)

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    Anyone have the Derby Results?

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    For Derby I only know 2nd and 4th were littermates
    Babe, owned by Sherry and Milton McClure, she was 2nd
    and made the Derby list - big congratulations
    to Team Farmer, Sherry, and Milton. Sister Mavis
    was 4th! Both run by Danny Farmer and bred by Carole Robison!
    Congrats to all!
    Hopefully someone else knows 1st and 3rd.
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    # 19 Jack
    # 21 Babe
    # 6 Trooper
    # 8 Mavis

    RJ #7
    Jams 3, 17, 18, 2

    First and third are litter mates as well

    All 4 of those dogs appear to be really special..

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    # 18 is Rita. Rita and Rick Stawski -- what a combo. CONGRATULATIONS.
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    Anyone have the results for the Q?
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    Thanks for the post

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