American Field

Special Bulletin

Garden State Open Shooting Dog and Open Derby Classics

By Lloyd Miller | Apr 12, 2018

Lacey Twp., N. J. — The English Setter Club of America spring program concluded Thursday, March 29. The Amateur Shooting Dog Classic and companion stakes were cancelled due to a heavy snowstorm.

The Garden State Open Shooting Classic, with a nice entry of thirty dogs, started Tuesday, March 27. Erin’s War Creek, pointer male owned by Allen Linder of Livingston, Tenn., was declared the winner. Second went to Touch’s Mae Mobley, pointer female owned by Muriel and Bill Primm of Cream Ridge, N. J. Third was Sugarknoll War Paint, pointer male owned by Pete and Chris Del Collo of Pamplin, Va., and Allen Linder. All three dogs were handled by George Tracy.

In the Open Derby Classic, with sixteen dogs competing, Miller’s Heat Seeker, pointer male owned by Dennis Hood, Muriel and Bill Primm, and Jack and Fran Miller, was the winner.

Second was Miller’s Just Plain Rowdy, pointer male owned by Allen Linder. Both dogs were also handled by George Tracy. Third place went to Ravenwood Throwing Smoke, pointer male owned by Joe Cincotta of Stockton, N. J., and ably handled by Matt Basilone.


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