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Would you favor a change in the procedure for entering a licensed open stake of any type that would provide any professional entering six or more dogs in such an open stake a period of a week, or more, after entries close to scratch those entries, and the entries of any other dogs entered in the amateur, qualifying and derby by the professional or a client of the professional, and receive full refund of entry fees paid? This would permit professionals to enter two or more trials for a given weekend and scratch after the total entry size of each trial is known to avoid an overly large entry created by a concentration of professionals entered in one trial.
 

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No, but I would support one stating anyone entering 6 or more dogs enter a week early.

Then everyone use EE.net and plan accordingly :lol:
 

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I think this would create too much of a hassle for trial giving clubs.

Dan Rice
 

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Remember ducks have to be ordered - too many scratches after they are ordered can cost the club a lot of extra money - been there 20+ scratches at our trial hurts the bottom line - yes we own land and taxes, insurance, upkeep, payments, etc have to be made - after what i have seen this spring we are lucky to own over 100 acres
terry roglitz
 

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Who's going to pay ($$$) for and or eat all the ducks I order the day after closing.

Maybe I can cancel one porta potie

Who's going to pay ($$$) our bookkeeper who has to do all the work so the pro can shop for a smaller trial where he has less competition.

If you allow us the right to retain 1/2 ($$$) his entry fee then it might be all right. He and his clients would have to suffer as well as the club and this would make me feel better.

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