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Special Bulletin

North Dakota Classics

By Piper Huffman, AFTCA Secy. | Sep 12, 2019

Columbus, N. D. — The four-stake North Dakota Classics trial was completed at Columbus, N. D., on September 10. Rain curtailed the running on Monday, September 9.

The Dr. Douglas Guthrie Open Derby drew 13 entries, judged by Tony King of Thompson, Mo., and L. J. Lundstrom of Sisseton, S. D. First was Rester’s Cajun Charlie, white and orange pointer male owned and handled by Cecil R. Rester of Angie, La. Second was Nilo’s Feathered Indian Dot, handled by Mark McLean. Named to third was white and black pointer female Double D Betty, owned by Doug Burns of Norman, Okla., and handled by Allen Vincent.

The North Dakota All-Age Classic drew 27 entries, presided over by Tony King and L. J. Lundstrom. First was Lowrider Frank, seven-year-old white and liver pointer male owned by Dr. Jim Mills and Steve Lightle of Searcy, Ark., and handled by Allen Vincent. Second was Touch’s White Knight, seven-year-old white and orange pointer male owned by Eddie Sholar of Leesburg, Ga., and handled by Mark McLean. Ace’s R Wild, white and black pointer male owned by Tony Gibson of Union Springs, Ala., and Dr. Reuben Richardson of Montgomery, Ala., and handled by Mark McLean, was awarded third.

The D. E. Hawthorne Open Derby drew a field of 12 and the D. E. Hawthorne Open All-Age Classic drew 24. Both stakes were judged by Sean Hauser of Manchester, Ia., and Lance Schulz of Bismarck, N. D.

Named to first in the Derby was S S S Stormy, white and liver pointer female owned by Rick Snipes of Aspermont, Tex., and handled by Allen Vincent. Second was Nilo’s Feathered Indian Dot, handled by Mark McLean, and third was Rester’s Cajun Charlie, handled by owner Cecil Rester.

Winner of the D. E. Hawthorne Open All-Age Classic was Touch’s Malcolm Story, three-year-old white and orange pointer male owned by Alex Rickert of Bozeman, Mont., and handled by Mark McLean. Touch’s Blue Moon, pointer male owned by Tony Gibson  and Dr. Reuben Richardson, and handled Cody McLean, was second. Third was Whippoorwill Mayhem, pointer male handled by Larry Huffman for owner Ric Peterson of Gilbert, Ariz. The Hawthorne Classic drew 24 dogs and was judged by Lance Schulz and Sean Hauser.

 

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