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Result: Oil Capital Field Trial Association

Location: Inola, Oklahoma

Post Date: Jan 20, 2023

Submitted By: Bob Barker

Oil Capital AAA F22

Amateur All-Age. Front row: 1st Nemaha Tap Water with Buck Neil, second Highwall To Rebel Hell with Brian Williams, 3rd, Intensive Spinal Tap with Steven Auxier. Back row: Judge Dr. Jim Mills, Pat McInteer, judge Allen Vincent, John Humphrey, and Jesse Lambert.

The Oil Capital Field Trial Club held their fall trial October 21-23. Surprisingly with the economy the way it is, we drew 54 dogs for the weekend. This is the largest number we have had in a while for our weekend trial. With any trial nothing ever seems to go smooth when you are relying on mother nature as well as other variables. Oklahoma as well as the whole Midwest has been in a serious drought. This of course affected scenting conditions as well the 40 mile per hour wind gusts that we sustained during our trial. With those winds on Sunday our roof on some of our horse stalls were damaged considerably. Not only that but our judges had to leave early for unforeseen circumstances as well as 3 people having horse accidents. Two of those people had to go to the hospital. I attributed the horse misfortunes to extremely slick grass because of lack of rain.

Many thanks to our gracious hosts, Kay Ingersoll and her daughters Windy and Joletta for offering their ranch for all these years. The ranch has been the home of the Oil Capital, Oklahoma Championship, Inola Open, Oklahoma Shooting Dog Championship. And for many years the Quail Futurity.

Thanks goes out to the Nestle Purina for sponsoring dog food to the winners in each stake and to Barry Moore for chairing this event.
Also thank you judges Dr. Jim Mills, Allen Vincent, John Humphrey, Bob Barker and Steve Auxier for judging.

I have always said that it takes birds, food and fellowship to make a trial and we did with food and fellowship. Ray Roberts of Grove, Okla., cooked some wonderful lunches as well as a shrimp broil on Saturday night.

Unfortunately, all placements were considered on race because of such horrible scenting conditions because of the wind and drought with an exception to a Red Setter that first brace on Sunday morning in the shooting dog stake. The dog was Come Back Delta Dawn owned by Kelli Aitken and handled by her husband. She had a nice race and was on point with exquisite style as birds were getting up in front of her.

Would like to thank all of the participates that came and hope to see you all this spring.
Inola, Okla., October 21
Judges: Dr. Jim Mills and Allen Vincent
AMATEUR ALL-AGE [One-Hour Heats] - 16 Pointers and 1 Setter

1st-NEMAHA TAP WATER, 1696256, pointer male, by Coldwater Spectre-Coldwater June. Dr. Pat McInteer, owner and handler.
2d-HIGHWALL TO REBEL HELL, 1687901, pointer male, by Dominator's Rebel Heir-Good Times Girl. Buck Neil, owner; Brian Williams, handler.
3d-INTENSIVE SPINAL TAP, 1697202, pointer male, by Broken Halo-Rocky River Snow Bird. Steve Auxier, owner and handler.

Oil Capital AA DerbyF22

Amateur Derby Winners (front row): Arkansas Threat with Mike Lemmons, High Mountdan Man with Scott Hadley, and Nemaha Lima Bean with Pat McInteer. (Back row): Bob Barker,
John Humphrey, Barry Moore, and Daniel Campbell.

AMATEUR DERBY - 10 Pointers
1st-ARKANSAS THREAT, 1700971, male, by Lester's Storm Surge-Game Maggie. Mike Lemmons, owner and handler.
2d-HIGH MOUNTDAN MAN, 1702088, male, by Dominator's Rebel Heir-Rebel Dreamer. Scott & Terra Hadley, owners; Scott Headley, handler.
3d-NEMAHA LIMA BEAN, 1700804, male, by Touch's Grey Street-Jackson's Teardrop. Dr. Pat McInteer, owner and handler.
Judges: Steve Auxier and Bob Barker
AMATEUR SHOOTING DOG - 10 Entries

1st-COME BACK DELTA DAWN, 1694423, Irish Setter female, by Hercules-Hatcreek Misty Blue. Kelli Aitken, owner and handler.
2d-AIM HIGH ELHEW HADLEY, 1683609, pointer female, by Striking Elhew Zorro-Elhew Epitome. Tierra, Scott & Kiowa Hadley, owners; Scott Hadley, handler.
3d-MR. STALEY, 1694752, Brittany male, by Beans Blaze-Janee's Rush'n Pasts The Limit. Daniel Campbell, owner and handler.

Oil Capital SDF22

Amateur Shooting Dog Winners (front row): Come Back Delta Dawn with Kelli Aitken,
Striking Elhew Zorro with Scott Hadley, and Mr. Staley with Daniel Campbell.
(Back row): Clayton Thompson, Judge Steven Auxier, and Barry Moore.

Judges: Steve Auxier and John Humphrey
AMATEUR DERBY - 9 Entries

1st-BARKER'S LIGHTNING BOLT, 1700253, setter female, by Doc's Second Wind-Hard Hats Bad Dotty. Bob Barker, owner and handler.
2d-PRETTY PACKAGING, 1698860, setter female, by The Masked Rider-Ambush's Pepper. Jeff Hampshire, owner and handler.
3d-QUANTONAS ROAD TO BOONEVILLE, 1698662, Irish setter male, by Just Raisin Cain-Quantonas Red Dirt Road. Mark Chestnut, owner and handler.

Oil Capital SD DerbyF22

Amateur Derby Winners (front row): Barker's Lightning Bolt with Bob Barker, Pretty Packaging with Jeff Hampshire, and Quantonas Road To Booneville with Mark Chestnut.
(Back row): Steven Burris, Judge Steven Auxier, and Barry Moore.