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    My love life has increased dramatically since I was on tv for 5 weeks straight, every morning there are female groupies at the end of my drive way wanting my autograph and wanting to get their picture with my dog. Most of them are pretty darn hot!!!!


    Yea right lol.

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    Ha! Golden Boy That Is some good stuff!

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    LMAO @ Golden Boy
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    Well put JM but don't waste too much breath, or finger tip skin as it is.

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    It is quite a stament to say that a SRS title means NOTHING.

    Wether you like the game or not, a dog to suceed at ANY venue has to have some talent.....

    Granted if you were looking for an AA dog you would not put as much stock in the SRS title as you would a FC or AFC, but you would rather see NO titles and have a "hole" in a pedigree (completely untitled "brood bitch" or such) then see an SRS title????
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    Is there a list of SRS titles?

    How about a list of SRS title holders?

    I honestly didn't know there was an SRS title.



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    Quote Originally Posted by K G View Post
    Either "SRS" or "Super Retriever Series"....you'll find PLENTY of feedback on the topic with either. Just scroll through pages and you'll find discussions going back as far as three years on the topic.

    Just click on thew word "search" on the bar under the ads at the top of the page, type in what you want to search for, and you'll be on your way.

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    Too bad the best SRS thread of all time is lost in cyberspace.
    These are field trials and the people involved largely don't understand a normal day much less a "normal days hunt".

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    Quote Originally Posted by Howard N View Post
    Is there a list of SRS titles?

    How about a list of SRS title holders?

    I honestly didn't know there was an SRS title.
    Not that I could find. Here's the closest I saw;

    http://www.superretrieverseries.com/...fChampions.php
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    Maybe not official titles, but QAA is not a title but it means you got first or second in a qual....

    A notation that a dog placed in a SRS would carry some weight with me, if as has been mentioned that they sometimes have over a hundred entries in classics, a dog that won (or placed) in such a field would have proved something. MAybe (probably) not as much as an AA open with 100 dogs, but probably at least as much as QUAL. I would bet that most dogs that are FC's with some "crossover training" would do well in SRS, as I would be willing to bet that SRS dogs with appropriate "crossover training" would be competitive AA dogs.

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    The SRS site shows $5,000 pay out, what's the pay out in FT ? Looks to me the best dogs would be where the money"s at

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