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    Quote Originally Posted by Tim Carrion View Post
    Dual Ch & AFC JJ's Jessie,CD
    Just voted for her. Jessie was the first Chesapeake in the history of the breed to hold all the titles of Field Champion, Conformation Champion (Dual Champion) and Amateur Field Champion, plus and obedience title.

    Qualified twice for the National Open Championship and five times for the National Amateur Championship.

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    From a personal standpoint trained with the Patterson's AND Jessie, judged her in the all-age. She is without a doubt the nicest Chesapeake and retriever I have thrown birds for except perhaps her daughter
    DUAL CH and AFC JJ's Chi-Town Blizzard CD MH top those apple's. I had the opportunity to judge the 1996 Chesapeake Specialty Amateur All-Age stake at Mike Lardy's place , Handjem Kennels, watched a lot of excellent dogs and Jessie would have been there with the best of them.
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    Quote Originally Posted by trog View Post
    Mary "Candlewood" Howley
    think about the number of national titled dogs she produced
    think about the number of FC's or AFC's she produced
    think about the number of derby dogs she produced
    think about the number of trials she judged including a national
    think about the number of titled and nationally titled dogs she owned
    think about the number of bitches that produced more than 4 titled dogs in their lifetime - any breeder ever owned more BB, Rita, Lottie, etc
    I think it is a shame she isn't already in the hall.
    What dog won the year she judged??

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tim Carrion View Post
    Dual Ch & AFC JJ's Jessie,CD
    Quote Originally Posted by trog View Post
    Mary "Candlewood" Howley
    think about the number of national titled dogs she produced
    think about the number of FC's or AFC's she produced
    think about the number of derby dogs she produced
    think about the number of trials she judged including a national
    think about the number of titled and nationally titled dogs she owned
    think about the number of bitches that produced more than 4 titled dogs in their lifetime - any breeder ever owned more BB, Rita, Lottie, etc
    I think it is a shame she isn't already in the hall.
    Along with others. Dogs straight forward. People sometimes POTUS. I agree with you Trog her contributions to the sport of field trials is without question.....
    Earl Dillow

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    she judged the 2011 national am in Montana and the winner was Grady
    trog

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jacob Hawkes View Post
    What dog won the year she judged??
    her co judges were Mitchell Brown, and Pat Nicholls
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    my nominee for the RHOF dog would be '82 NAFC '82 CNFC CAFC FC Piper's Pacer

    140 All age points

    won the National Amateur and Canadian National Open in the same year

    Three time National finalist

    20 Titled offspring which included '82 National derby champion '88 CNFC FC AFC Hiwood Piper's Pacer Pic
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    Quote Originally Posted by lanse brown View Post
    A few things that I learned still ring true. "Lanse when you get a gift, say thank you and walk away. When you get a screwing walk away. You are going to get a lot more screwings than gifts"

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    For those of us not in the know.... Where can we see who (people and K9's) is already in the RHOF and how do you cast your vote if we feel so inclined?
    God, Family, Country & LSU Football.

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    QUOTE=Eric Fryer;1115245]For those of us not in the know.... Where can we see who (people and K9's) is already in the RHOF and how do you cast your vote if we feel so inclined?[/QUOTE]
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    Mary Howley for sure!!!!!!!!!!
    She has done great things for the breed as well as the sport. Very dedicated to it all.

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    Add me to the Mary Howley supporters...amazing and gracious lady, who has done so much for the sport, and shares her knowledge freely.
    Sharon Potter

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