American Field

Special Bulletin

Egyptian Open Shooting Dog Championship

By John Shure | Apr 04, 2019

Cutler, Ill. — The 2019 Egyptian Open Shooting Dog Championship was concluded Wednesday, April 3, at Pyramid State Park, Cutler, Ill. From an entry of 28 dogs, Judges Scott Jordan of Grant, Minn., and Jon Lam of Makanda, Ill., named Lancelot’s Tall Knight, coming ten-year-old white and orange pointer male handled by Chuck Stretz for owner Dr. Richard Steckley of Wichita, Kan., the winner. Runner-up was Zumbro’s Stinky Pete, coming five-year-old white and black pointer male, handled by Travis Gellhaus for owner Terry Reinke of Longmont, Colo.

The Gail Neal Open Derby drew seven dogs and pointer female Cheyenne Nation was the winner for owner/handler Scott Jordan. Garnering second and third place for handler Shawn Kinkelaar were Silver W Jill Z, pointer female, owned by Debbie Ozner of Ochlocknee, Ga., and G H Storm Warning, pointer male, owned by John Roswech of Chester, N.J., and George Hickox of Carson, N.D.


The newly activated Indiana Open Shooting Dog Classic began April 4 on the Pyramid State Park grounds with an entry of 24 shooting dogs. There were no entries in the Derby.

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