American Field

Special Bulletin

Border International Trials

By Paul Falkowsky | Sep 14, 2017

Stoughton, Sask. — The third leg of Canadian prairie trials was held at Stoughton, Sask., where the Border International Championship and the Alberta Open All-Age Classic were contested. Winner of the Border International was Westfall’s True Grit, white and liver pointer male owned by Ryan Westfall of Liberty, Mo., and handled by Andy Daugherty. Runner-up was Valiant, white and liver pointer male owned by Jay McKenzie of Eureka, Kan., and handled by Randy Anderson.

Twenty-seven dogs were entered for Judges Pat Lewis of Ste. Anne, Manitoba and Glenn Johnson of San Dimas, Cal.

The Border Open Derby drew a field of ten, and the winner emerged in Executive Action, white and orange pointer male owned by Richard Peterson of Gilbert, Ariz., and handled by Randy Anderson. Triple Shots Notorious Ways, white and liver pointer male owned by Kevin Packard of Lodi, Cal., and handled by Travis Gellhaus, earned second. Named to third was Worsham’s Silver Charger, white and orange ticked pointer male owned and handled by Joe Worsham of Easton, Mo.

Judges were Ruthann Epp of Marion Junction, Ala., and Glenn Johnson.

The Alberta Open Classic drew 26 dogs. The winner was Salem’s Annie Oakley, seven-year-old white and liver ticked pointer female owned by Dr. James Santarelli of Springfield, Ill., and handled by Andy Daugherty. Oakfuskee Theodora, white and orange pointer female owned by Jason Brooks of Pine Mountain, Ga., and handled by Travis Gellhaus, won second. Manteo’s Ace of Spades, white and black pointer male owned by Paul Falkowsky and handled by Randy Anderson, was third.

Judges for the All-Age were Clint Blyth of Fleming, Sask., and Glenn Johnson.

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