American Field

Special Bulletin

All-America Prairie Championship

By Tracy Haines | Sep 12, 2019

Trail City, S. D. — The All-America Prairie Championship held at Trail City, S. D., drew a field of 26 entries. Named winner was Touch’s Red Rider, five-year-old white and orange pointer male owned by Tucker Johnson of Hobe Sound, Fla., and handled by Luke Eisenhart.

Runner-up was Dominator’s Rebel Heir, six-year-old white and liver pointer male owned by James Hamilton of Atlanta, Ga., and handled by Jamie Daniels.

The judges, Eddie Berendzen of Higbee, Mo., and Kirk Swanson of Red Oak, Ia., also noted for honorable mention True Confidence, handled by Luke Eisenhart, Mercer Mill Grand (Billy Wayne Morton), Erin’s Redrum, (Eisenhart) and Miller’s Blindsider (Daniels).

The companion Open Derby drew 19 entries. Owner Scott Jordan of Grant, Minn., handled his pointer male Confident Nation to first. Second was Rebel Cause, pointer male owned by David Williams of Beech Bluff, Tenn., and handled by Jamie Daniels. Placed third was True Center, pointer male owned by Frank and Jean LaNasa of Isanti, Minn., and handled by Judd Carlton.


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