American Field
https://americanfield.villagesoup.com/p/1777462

Special Bulletin

Border International Trials

By Paul Falkowsky | Sep 06, 2018

Stoughton, Sask. — The 2018 running of the Border International trials were concluded at Stoughton, Sask., the Border International Championship drawing 21 contenders. The winner emerged in Touch’s Spaceman, white and orange first year all-age pointer male owned by  Matt Griffith of Edmond, Okla., and handled by Randy Anderson. Runner-up was Westfall’s True Grit, three-year-old white and liver pointer male owned by Ryan Westfall of Liberty, Mo., and handled by Andy Daugherty.

Miller’s Hot Rod was named winner of the Border Open Derby. The white and orange pointer male is owned by Greg Reed of Newcastle, Okla., and was handled by Randy Anderson.

Second was Marques Lady Luck, white and liver pointer female owned by John and Sue Ivester of Huntersville, N. C., and handled by Robert “Lefty” Henry. Placed third was S F Saltwater, white and orange pointer male owned and handled by Larry Smith of Pleasant Hill, Ia. The stake drew fourteen entries.

In the concluding Alberta Open All-Age Classic with 22 dogs, the winner was Westfall’s River Ice, four-year-old  white and black pointer male owned by Brad Calkins of Centennial, Colo., and handled by Andy Daugherty. Second was Worsham’s Silver Comet, three-year-old white and orange pointer male owned and handled by Joe Worsham of Easton, Mo. Third was Touch’s Blackout, six-year-old white and orange pointer male owned by Richard Peterson of Gilbert, Ariz., and handled by Randy Anderson.

Judges for the Championship were Glenn Johnson of San Dimas, Cal., and Jim  Michaeltz of Goodman, Mo., who also presided for the Open Derby and the Alberta Classic.

 

 

Comments (0)
If you wish to comment, please login.