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Result: Central Prairie Field Trial Club

Location: Orchardville, Illinois

Post Date: Apr 22, 2024

Submitted By: Rick Stanford

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The Derby entries were down, but the quality was not. First place went to Steven Feuss, handling Trigg, a pointer male. Trigg had several broke finds and a back for his brace. Trigg ran a far-reaching race and stayed in contact with his handler. Rob Warner's setter male, Jack, finished second with five finds and a back for his brace. Jack sure was a strong bird-finder in this brace.

Amateur Gun Dog
We had nine dogs enter this stake. There were lots of birds on the course for this stake, giving each entry an opportunity to find and point birds. Sadie, a female pointer, was selected for first place. Craig Hiatt calls her "Tripod," as she only has three legs. Sadie lost a rear leg when she was very young. She does not let the loss of a leg to slow her down. Sadie had multiple finds with the majority being broke finds. Second place went to "Diamond," a German Shorthair female handled by John Landolina. Diamond is a bird-finding machine. Third went to David Cates's setter male, "Scout," with a forward race and pointing several birds.

Amateur Puppy
The judges for this Puppy stake were very impressed by the quality of the eight entries that came to the line. Don Heisner won the Puppy stake with "Abby," a setter female sired by Don's "Buck" dog, so that line looks like it will continue. Second place went to "Queenie," a pointer female who ran a big race and handled for Travis Patterson. Third place went to a dog that came from North Carolina to compete. "Spot" is a setter male owned and handled by Worth Lewis.

The Central Prairie Field Trial Club would like to recognize our sponsors Purina Pro Plan, Garmin, onX Hunt, Mule Brand Gear, and Gun Dog Central. These sponsors are a big part of holding a field trial. We would also like again to thank the Ellis Family for use of their farm. Thanks to all the owners and entries.

Orchardville, Ill., March 10
Judges: Georgie Casey and Dan Crunk

1st-CRAIG'S RUNIN ROXIE, 1665573, pointer female, by Mac's Silver Dollar-Hilo Southern Tea. Craig Hiatt, owner and handler.
2d-GLOVER'S FLINTSTONE, 1691597, setter male, by Islander-Kodiak Island Bird Dog. Jack Glover, owner and handler.
3d-BEAUCOUP CREEK BUCK, 1666952, setter male, by Shadow Oak Bo-Beaucoup Creek Ellie. Donald R. Heisner, owner and handler.

NBHA AMATEUR DERBY - 3 Pointers and 1 Setter
1st-ELM HILLS TO THE TRIGGER, 1701516, pointer male, by Redhawk's Clyde-Rolling Hill's Alice. Steven Fuess, owner and handler.
2d-WARNER'S UTAH JACK, 1701466, setter male, by T's American Gunfighter-T's Whistling Dixie. Robert Warner III, owner and handler.

1st-CRAIG'S SASSIE SADIE, 1690033, pointer female, by Greypointe Izquierda-You Never Can Tell. Craig Hiatt, owner and handler.
2d-NO LIMIT'S LITTLE SLICK, 1702850, German Shorthair male, by Right Stuff's Rock N Roll-Outbak's Attitude. John Landolina, owner and handler.
3d-DAVE'S MISS SCOUT, 1698467, setter female, by Toby Rock Gaffney-Swift Rock Paint. David Cates, owner and handler.

Judges: Frank Christie and Dedan Wheat
NBHA AMATEUR PUPPY - 4 Pointers and 4 Setters

1st-BEAUCOUP CREEK ABBY, 1704369, setter female, by Beaucoup Creek Buck-Glover's Pepper Shaker. Donald R. Heisner, owner and handler.
2d-HUBER'S ICE QUEEN, 1705274, pointer female, by Lester's Shockwave-Bonner's Carolina Belle. Aaron T. Patterson Jr., owner and handler.
3d-SPOT, unreg., setter male, breeding not given. Worth Lewis, owner and handler.