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Event: Miller's Extreme Heat Captures the Carolina Celebration Shooting Dog Classic
Result: Low Country Bird Dog Association

Location: Allendale, South Carolina

Post Date: Jul 1, 2022

Submitted By: Billy Kerr

Millers Extreme Heat

Miller's Extreme Heat First in the Carolina Celebration Open Shooting Dog Classic

This year's Carolina Celebration witnessed all seasons in one week of running, featuring 72 of the top shooting dogs in the country. This year's running saw all sorts of weather from high 70's, pouring rain, strong winds and below freezing temps. For the sixth year the trail was ran on the pristine Yadkin Ridge in Allendale, SC and hosted by the Clarendon Farms and the Low Country Birddog Association. A field trailers dream grounds that feature rolling hills that allows one's dog to show their range, piney woods that shows the dogs ability to swing and hunt and plenty of opportunities to find birds.

In many of the participants opinions these grounds are some of best to run in the United States and in this reporter eyes I must agree. With that being said, we want to thank Jim Kennedy and Alex Taylor the owners of these spectacular grounds for allowing this great trial to be ran at Yadkin Ridge. Our judges, Buck Daniels and Jim Crayne, are owed a big thank you for riding 36 braces and carefully watching every dog compete for a win. Billy Kerr and Luke Wilson were right by their sides marshalling making sure everyone knew the courses and could stay on track. Al Sauls and John Ferguson made sure the dogs could be viewed by the dog wagon and of course made sure we always had snacks and drinks. Lauren Kerr prepared all the lunches every day and put on three great dinners serving a welcoming spaghetti dinner the first night, the traditional low country boil and pulled pork dinner provided by Joe McHugh and last year's winner Reedy Creek Dial Tone. We also want to thank everyone that chipped in on the dinners for the rest of the trial. Jason Hewett made a delicious chili for Saturday's lunch which hit the spot with windy and colder weather arriving that day. We cannot wait to be back again next year for another fantastic running of the Carolina Celebration on the magnificent grounds at Yadkin Ridge.

Winners
Miller's Extreme Heat PF (M. Tracy) brought home the blue ribbon this year. The female pointer gave her Owner Joe McHugh his second first place finish at this prestigious classic with Reedy Creek Dial Tone winning last year's installment. Extreme Heat ran in the last brace on the first day and set the bar high for the rest of the stake. She started her hour by traveling quickly off the breakaway making a good move up the left side of the course before the bridge crossing behind the bunkhouse. After crossing the bridge, she raced through the alfalfa field and up the next hill where she was found standing on a single at 16. After catching the front, she was found standing on a covey on course at 25. The snappy little female charged forward on course and as the handler and the gallery crested the next hill both handlers called point as both dogs were standing far to the front and Heat recorded her third find of the hour. Not long after, Heat was seen standing on the right side of the course before crossing the pond at 35. The stylish female stood tall as the covey was flushed. After crossing the pond, she rimmed the field and moved to the front. Once moving back into the quail woods handler spotted her on point on the edge of a bottom at 42. Covey was flushed with everything in order. After making the turn she was pointed out by her handler way to the front. Right before pick up, Heat was seen charging over the next hill out of sight.

Miller's Strolling for Gold PF (M. Tracy) owned by Allen Linder, took second place this year running in the first brace on Saturday morning in very gusty conditions. Gold wasted no time scoring right off the breakaway and was found standing on a covey of birds. Moving up course she made a big move up the left side, as we moved up the big hill she swung in from the left and pointed at the base of the hill. Birds were flushed and everything was in order. The stylish female pushed through the course showing well to the front. After crossing the pond dam, she moved up and over the hill and was found standing at the 45-minute mark, with birds being flushed. She finished her hour making a big move up the left side along the field edge and swung down by the road on the left side. With the tough conditions Gold's performance set her apart from the rest of the field.

Oahe Buck PM(Rice) owned by Mac Stidham took third place honors this year. He ran the last brace of the second day. Off the breakaway Buck Pushed up the course and was seen crossing up the left side before making the cut through the bottom. After the crossing through the bottom, he was seen heading over the next hill while cresting the hill he was seen crossing back to the front from left to right. Buck moved to the front and went on point at the 15-minute mark. Covey was flushed and everything was in order. After crossing the pond dam, he pointed at the 24-minute mark, but no birds were produced. After making the turn by the paved road he pushed to the front and pointed off the right side of the course at 42. A covey was flushed as the dog stood tall. Buck made his way back to the front riming the right edge by the lodge pond. After coming over the hill and Buck was nowhere in sight, point was called by the scout and Buck was buried up on the edge of the bottom on another covey at 55. He finished his hour well to front heading towards the pond dam.
THE RUNNING
Brace 1 JCL's Dal PM(Adams)- Dal went strong off the breakaway and moved to the right before the dove field. After a long absence tracker was asked for at 33. Hillhavyn's Drug Runner PM(Martino)- Made a big move off the breakaway and was seen rimming the hillside on the left of the course, he moved to the front and had a unproductive at 13 on the other side of the dove field. Drug Runner pushed to the front showing well but after an absence before the pond crossing the tracker was asked for at 43.

Brace 2 Miller's Heat Seeker PM (G. Tracy)- Heat Seeker made a big move off the breakaway and was seen rimming the far hill to the front. After a short absence the scout called, "point" off to the right at 12. Seeker had a covey pinned far to the right with everything in order. Catching the front Seeker was seen pushing the front up the left side by the road, he swung back to the front and moved across the dove field. After crossing the Wolf Pond, Seeker moved up the hill and swung to the front. After topping the hill, he was seen on point off to the left on the edge of the bottom. Covey was flushed with everything in order. At pick up Seeker was seen crossing the front and over the next hill. Hightailing Penny PF(Joyce)- Penny ran stout forward race showing well to the front, she finished her hour with no birds.

Brace 3 RQ's Saddle PM (J. Tracy)- Saddle looked great on the ground and showed and well, he finished his hour going hard to the front with no birds. Miller's Blazing Hot Chick PF (G. Tracy)- Hot Chick made a big move off the breakaway and was next seen moving up the course across from the barn. She scored her first find at 27 when she was found standing on top of the hill across from the bunkhouse. Chick showed well to the front as we moved down into the creek crossing. After crossing the creek, she made a big move to the right as the course moved up the hill. She scored her second find at 52 after the scout found her pointed far off to the right. Right before pick Chick was seen crossing over the next hill out of sight, after pick-up was announced by the judges she was found pointed over the next hill on a big covey.

Brace 4 Dunlooking's Ronin PM (J. Tracy)- With the temperature reaching the upper 70's it made it hard on the dogs. Ronin ran a hard forward race, but the handler elected to end his hour early. Miller's Million-Dollar Penny PF (M. Tracy)- Penny ran strong to the front but the heat got the stylish running female and handler elected to pick up early.

Brace 5 Bronco Bully PM (M. Tracy)- Bully scored early pointing off the breakaway on the edge of the bottom. He moved the front and made the bridge crossing. After crossing the bridge, he was seen far to the front moving up the left side of the course. Bully had an absence while heading back towards the bridge crossing. He finished his hour hunting to the front. Zumbro Stinky Pete PM(Rice)- Pete ran a strong forward race showing well to the front, he made the turn by the railroad tracks. After a long absence the handler asked for the tracker at 40.

Brace 6 Hillhavyn Good Time Rail PF(Martino)- The female pointer started strong on the ground showing well to the front. She recorded her first piece of bird work at the 30-minute mark as her and her bracemate were seen pointed far to the front. Not long after she scored again on a divided find at the 35-minute mark before crossing the pond. After riming the field on the side of the pond she was seen heading up right side of the course. Rail made the bottom crossing and was last seen peaking the next hill. She finished her hour well to the front.

Brace 7 Panther Creek Rosie PF(Rice)- Rosie started her hour off moving up the left side of the course making a big move on the far hill before crossing towards the dove field. Before crossing the dove field Rosie pointed on the edge with a nice covey find at 10. The female pointer hunted well to the front until she scored another find at 33 in the cut through. After crossing the pond dam, she was seen to the front crossing the next hill. She finished her hour well to the front going over the next hill. Miller's Upgrading the Ante PF (G. Tracy)- the female started her hour off strong and was pointing on course at the 3- minute mark. A covey was flushed with everything in order. She moved well to the front hunting the entire way. Point was called by the scout at 30 well to the left but a mishap by the dog ended her hour.

Brace 8 Hightailing Pearl PF (Joyce)- Pearl ran a good forward race to start her hour. After crossing the small dove field Pearl was seen pointing to front at 21. Unfortunately, no birds were produced. Pearl shortened up after that but still hunted hard and pointed again at 26 with birds being flushed and everything in order. Pearl wasn't pleasing the handler and was picked up at the 30-minute mark. Miller's Sweet Talking Candy PF (M. Tracy)- Candy made a good move off the breakaway and was found pointing at the 10-minute mark but a mishap while the birds were flushed ended her hour early.

Brace 9 Diamond Hill Mad Max SM (J. Tracy)- Turned loose across the pond Max pushed to the front and was seen crossing over the next hill as the course turned back to the right, after a long absence tracker was asked for that the 25-minute mark. Rocky River Showmaster PM (M. Tracy)- Showmaster hunted well to the front but wasn't pleasing the handler and was picked up at the 25-minute mark.

Brace 10 Skyz The Limit PF(Adams)- The pointer female scored early pointing birds behind the bunkhouse off the breakaway. Limit moved well to the front hunting the whole way she pointed again at 32 but no birds were produced. Moving the front Limit pointed again at 51 but a mishap on her birds ended her hour. Miller's War Bonnet PF (M. Tracy)- War Bonnet moved well to the front off the breakaway and was seen moving up course through the pine strips. She made the turn in the corner and moved to the front and down through the bottom. On top of the next hill, she scored her first find at the 36-minute mark. Bonnet moved across the bridge crossing and pointed again at 43 off the road with flight of birds being called. The female pointer moved up the right side of the course and was found pointed near the railroad at the 50-minute mark, but no birds were produced, and the handler elected to end her hour.

Brace 11 Proof Nation PM(Rice)-Nation made a big move to the front down the left side and was seen crossing to the front before crossing the bridge. The male pointer hunted hard to the front and recorded his only find at the 55-minute mark. He finished his hour. Miller's Unfinished Business PM (M. Tracy)- Tracy's Male started strong up the course off the breakaway and was pointed out crossing well to the front before the bridge crossing. After making the second bridge crossing, he was seen swinging around the alfalfa field and crossing the front when he went on point at the far end of the field. A covey was flushed, and his first find was recorded at the 32-minute mark. Business ran the rest of his hour showing well to the front and finished far to the front.

Brace 12 Oahe Buck PM(Rice)-Covered in winners. Waybetter Rocky PM (M. Tracy)- Rocky hunted hard to the front making some nice moves but with no birds by the 50-minute mark the handler elected to pick him up.

Brace 13 Heard Hill Goldeneye PM(Rice)- Goldeneye made a big move off the breakaway showing well to the left. After making hard turn and getting out of pocket his hour ended. Miller's Triple Digit Heat PM (M. Tracy)-The pointer male scored early riding up on him standing at the 8-minute mark. Covey was flushed and everything was in order. Heat made a big move up to the left and point was called by the scout far on the left at the bottom of the hill. No birds were produced. He moved up the left side of the course and crossed the front. After a long absence the handler requested the tracker at 45.

Brace 14 Steel City Karen PF (J. Tracy)- Karen started her hour off with a fine off the breakaway on the right side of the course. The female pointer moved across the pond dam and pointed again by the island field. No birds were produced. After hunting up the course she was seen pointing again at the 29-minute mark. Unfortunately, no birds were flushed, and her hour ended. Osceola Seminole Wind PF (M. Tracy)- Wind made a big move off the breakaway but wasn't seen after crossing the pond dam and the tracker was asked for at 15.

Brace 15 HIllHavyn MajorTom PM(Martino)- Tom moved to the front off the breakaway and was seen heading up the left side. He turned and swung down the hill and crossed the dove field. After crossing the pond dam, he made some good moves to the front. He scored his only find on a covey at the 50-minute mark and finished his hour to the front. Iron Bully PM (M. Tracy)- Bully started off early with a find at the 7-minute mark with flight of birds being called. He didn't waste anytime pointing again at 14 on the other side of the dove field. He moved up course and pointed on the left at 20 with birds being produced. After making the turn and crossing through the bottom he pointed again at 26. Not long after that Bully was seen pointing again at 29 with birds. He crossed the pond dam and made a big move up the far hill and was found pointing at the 40-minute mark, but no birds were produced. He started hunting hard and scored a back at 50. Bully finished his hour pushing the front on top of the hill.

Brace 16 Erin's Big Casino SM (M. Tracy)- Casino made a big move off the breakaway and was seen crossing the front from the left coming through the long pine strips. As he moved into the bottom, he had a mishap at 13 and his hour ended. Charitable Deed PF(Rice)- Deed pushed hard to the front through the long pine strips and moved through the bottom and up the right side of the hill by the road. She hunted well through the piney woods and pointed on the side of the powerline at 20. No birds were produced. She made the hard turn and moved to the front where she pointed again at 30 but after relocation no birds were produced ending her hour.

Brace 17 Grand Prairie Thrill PF (Rice)- Thrill drove hard up course off the breakaway but after not making the turn and getting out pocket the handler elected to get the tracker at 15. Hightailing Maggie PF(Joyce)- The little pointer female moved quick up course and had a short absence off the breakaway. After crossing the powerline, she was seen crossing the front and moving towards the bridge crossing. After moving into the bridge crossing point was called at the back of the gallery and she was buried up on the left side of the of the course at 17. Birds were flushed and everything was in order. After crossing the bridge Maggie was seen heading up the left side and towards the front. She was found standing at 23 by the railroad track turn. Handler flushed the birds with the dog standing tall. Maggie moved forward and crossed to the right up over the next hill when point was called far off in the distance by the scout. After a long ride Maggie scored another find at the 30-minute mark. She moved down through the course showing well to front. She finished her hour rimming the alfalfa field behind the shop moving out of sight.

Brace 18 HIllhavyn's Wild Child PF (J. Tracy)-The pointer female started her hour by moving well to the front and was seen crossing far into the bottom. She scored at the 19-minute mark pointing birds on the right side of the course. While moving towards the Clovis Pond she pointed again at 24 but no birds were produced. The female pointer moved hard to the front before making the turn back towards the bottom crossing. After crossing the bottom, she moved up course and over the far hill, not long after point was called at the 40-minute mark. No birds were produced, and her hour ended. High Drive Fancy Pants PF (M. Tracy)- The strong running female made strong moves to the front showing well, but with no birds by the 43-minute mark the handler elected to end her hour early.

Brace 19 Miller's High Heat Index PM (M. Tracy)- Heat Index scored early off the breakaway at 5 across the road with a big covey being flushed. After moving to the front handler called point at 18 but no birds were produced. High Heat pushed forward on course and pointed at 32 before the cut through. Birds were flushed and everything was in order. After a small absence Index was seen pointed on the left, but with no birds being flushed his hour ended. Nella's Belgium Brew PF (Rice)- Belgium Brew started her hour off with a back at the 5-minute mark. She hunted up course and backed again 18. Belgium Brew worked her way up course showing nicely to the front. She pointed at 42 in the cut through and tallied her first piece of bird work. Brew moved to the front and crossed the pond dam after a short absence she was found pointing to the front on a nice covey bird at the 55-minute mark. The female pointer went up course and over the next hill, after pick up, the handler found her point to the front. A pair of birds were flushed, and everything was in order.

Brace 20 Towncreek Hardaway PF (Martino)- The female pointer started her hour making a big move up course showing well to the front. She crossed the front and moved across the small dove field and pointed on the other side. After a relocation he pinned the birds and she recorded her first find. She moved down course and crossed the pond and pointed at the 37-minute mark, bird were flushed with everything in order. Martino's pointer wasn't pleasing the judges and was picked up after her last find. Answered Prayer (M. Tracy)- Answered Prayers ran big to the front showing well but after not having birds by the 35 minute and getting out of pocket the handler elected to pick him up.

Brace 21 Towncreek Hardaway Rad PM(Martino)- Rad pushed hard to the front and was seen heading through the left side of the course. He scored his find at the 27-minute mark. He wasn't pleasing the handler and was picked up. Raags Rich and Rare PM(Tracy)- The male pointer worked well to the front and hunted hard but wasn't pleasing the handler and was picked up early.

Brace 22 Erin's Tough Grit PM(Rice)- Starting this brace rain was lightly falling but by the time we reached the shop it started pouring. Although the hard rain both dogs still pushed hard through it. Grit ran hard to the front and showed well but got out of pocket and handler asked for the tracker. Faithful PF(Tracy)-Faithful ran a good forward race but a mishap on birds on the edge of the far bottom under the powerline ended her hour at 27.

Brace 23 Heard Hill's Tom Cruiser PM(Rice)- Cruiser moved to the front and scored his first find at the 10-minute mark across the bottom after a good relocation. Covey was flushed with everything in order. He moved across the bridge crossing and made a big move up the left side and was seen pointing again at 27 in the railroad turn. After coming back across the bridge, he hunted up and over the next hill. He finished his hour across the second wooden bridge. Cheyenne Jack PM(Tracy)- Jack started his hour off strong scoring his first find before crossing the bottom on a nice covey of birds. He pushed to the front and across the wooden bridge and was found pointing on the right side of the course with another covey being flushed. Moving up the big hill towards the railroad turn he recorded a back at 27. Jack scored his third find at the 38-minute mark on the edge of the big field. After crossing the bridge Jack made a big move up the left side off the hill and point was called way off in the distance at 50. Unfortunately, no birds were produced. He finished his hour going to front.

Brace 24 Back Country Buddy PM(Martino)- Buddy moved hard to the front and over the far hill. He scored on a covey of birds at the 10-minute mark through the alley. Buddy hunted up course but after shortening up a bit his hour ended early. Miller's Big Iron PM (M. Tracy)- Big Iron started his hour out with a big move to the front and was seen crossing the next hill and heading up the right side of the course. After a long absence the handler elected to for the tracker.
Brace 25 Miller's Strolling for Gold PF (M. Tracy)- covered in winners. Saddle Ridge Thunder SM (J. Tracy)-Thunder moved hard off the breakaway making a big move up the left side of the course. He pointed at the 10-minute mark before the dove, no birds were produced. The male setter moved up the left side of course after the big hill turn and got out of pocket and the handler asked fore the tracker at the 35-minute mark.

Brace 26 South Point Hog Wild PM (M. Tracy)- Hog Wild hunted hard to front but not producing any birds by the pond dam the handler elected to pick up and his hour ended. Goldberg PM (Martino)- Goldberg started with a big move up the left, as we moved across the small dove field, he was seen making on the right around the wet weather pond. After crossing the pond dam the male pointer went hard to the right and the handler requested the tracker and his hour ended.

Brace 27 Bully Rock PM (M. Tracy)- Bully charged hard to the front off the breakaway and was seen crossing up the right side of the course. He swung to the front moved up the right side of the course. After making the turn heading up course across from the barn, he pointed at 25 but had a mishap with the birds flushing wild as we were riding to him. The Secret PM (J. Tracy)- Secret started off well pointing on the right side of the course at the 10-minute mark with birds being flushed. He worked his way up course hunting the entire way, after crossing in front of the shop and into the piney woods he was seen standing again at the 39-minute mark. Birds were flushed and everything was in order. The male pointer hunted well to the front and pointed again at 48 on the top of the hill. Birds were flushed and Secret stood tall. Secret hunted hard to the front and finished his hour after crossing the creek.

Brace 28 Sunbelts Repeat PM (Martino)- Repeat moved well to the front through the long pine strips and was found pointed to the front at 17. No birds were produced after a lengthy relocation. He moved to the front but got out of pocket in the corner of the course and was picked up at 25. Bittersweet War Cry PM (M. Tracy). War Cry started his hour making big moves to front but shortened up and hunted hard halfway through his hour. Without any birds by the 45-minute mark the handler elected to end his hour.

Brace 29 Renrav Mr. Tony's Shag SM (Martino)- Martino's male setter made big moves off the breakaway and showed well to the front. After making the turn back towards the bridge crossing, he got out pocket and his hour ended. Waybetter Rebel PM (M. Tracy)- Rebel showed well to front and pointed after crossing back over the wooden bridge. He pointed at the 28 minutes, but no birds were produced. With no bird work by the 45-minute mark the handler elected to end his hour.

Brace 30 Miller's Record Heat PF (M. Tracy)- Record Heat scorched the course making big moves to the front showing well when she needed to. Moving towards the crossing she pointed at the 48-minute mark on the edge of the green field. After a relocation attempt no birds were produced and she was picked up. Reedy Creek OJ PF (J. Tracy)- OJ ran hard to the front throughout her hour. After crossing by the green field, she pointed in the bottom at 49 at the bottom of the hill. Birds were flushed with everything in order. OJ pointed again at 50 but no birds were produced, and her hour ended.

Brace 31 Pinestraw's Sweet Tea SF (J. Tracy)- Sweet Tea pushed up the course off the breakaway and recorded her first find before the dove field. The female setter moved through the course showing well to the front. She pointed again at 28 before entering the cut through. Birds were flushed and everything was in order. She hunted hard to the front and over the pond dam and was seen going over the next hill. After crossing over the hill Tea was seen standing on the left side of the hill at the 53-minute mark. Sweet Tea finished her hour going to the front. Reedy Creek Dial Tone PM (M. Tracy)-Last years winner ran a strong forward race but didn't produce any birds.

Brace 32 Miller's Southern Gossip PF (G. Tracy)- Southern Gossip ran a forward race but wasn't pleasing the handler and picked up early. Steel Valley Raven PF (J. Tracy)- Raven hunted well to front and pointed after crossing the small dove field at 10. Unfortunately, no birds were produced. Not long after she crossed to the right and pointed again, with flight of birds being called she recorded her first find. With birds on her mind, she pointed again at 18 on top of the hill. Hunting to the front she pointed at 25 but no birds were produced, and her hour ended.

Brace 33 Miller's Locked and Loaded PM (G. Tracy)- Locked and Loaded move hard to the front off the breakaway and pointed before crossing the middle road. No birds were produced. He moved to the front and was crossing down towards the paved road. After making the turn he pointed again at 32 across from the barn. No birds were flushed, and his hour ended. Steel City Avenger PM (J. Tracy)- Avenger ran well off the breakaway moving up the right side of the course. He worked his way through the course and pointed at 29 near the paved road. Flight of birds were called. His hour ended at 32 after a back.

Brace 34 Panther Creek Merlin PM (Martino)- Merlin started his hour with a big move off the breakaway and moved up through the pine strips. After crossing through the bottom and over the hill he had a small absence, but point was called by the scout on the edge of the next bottom. No birds were produced. After catching the front Merlin got out of pocket to the left and the tracker was asked for at 35. Miller's Just Plain Rowdy PM (G. Tracy)- Rowdy ran a strong forward race making some big moves to the front. With no birds by the 45-minute mark the handler elected to pick up.

Brace 35 Miller's Braveheart PM (M. Tracy)- Braveheart made a big move up the course and over the far hill. He made the turn by the railroad tracks and headed down the left side, he got out of pocket before the bridge crossing and the tracker was asked for at the 25-minute mark. Landcruiser Benny SM (J. Tracy)- Benny hunted well to the front but with no birds by the 30-minute mark his handler elected to end his hour early.

Brace 36 Blue Bar Prettyboy PM (M. Tracy)- Prettyboy charged up the course off the breakaway and was seen far to the front crossing on the next hill. He was found standing with his bracemate at 13 on the right but no birds were produced. After making a big move to the front he had an absence but was seen again crossing on the other side of the bottom and moved along the field by the Clovis Pond. After another absence tracker was asked for at the 40-minute mark. Macfay Dire Strait PM (Martino)- The male pointer made a big move off the breakaway and was seen crossing from the right before entering the cut through. He was found pointing with his bracemate at 13 but no birds were produced. Strait pushed hard to the front and was seen going over the next hill, after an absence he was seen crossing the front before the Clovis Pond. After another absence the handler elected for the tracker at the 40-minute mark.
Allendale, S. C., March 8
Judges: Jim Crayne and Buck Daniels
CAROLINA CELEBRATION OPEN SHOOTING DOG CLASSIC [One-Hour Heats] - 66 Pointers and 6 Setters

1st--MILLER'S EXTREME HEAT, 1685698, pointer female, by Just Irresistible-Miller's Bring The Heat. Joe McHugh, owner; Mike Tracy, handler.
2d-MILLER'S STROLLING FOR GOLD, 1690151, pointer female, by Miller's Upgraded Version-Erin's Little Rose. Allen Lindler, owner; Mike Tracy, handler.
3d-OAHE BUCK, 1684188, pointer male, by Just Watch-Erin's Galway Girl. Mac Stidham, owner; Tommy Rice, handler.