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Field Trial Report

North Missouri Field Trial Club

By Tim Penn | Nov 01, 2019
Amateur Puppy Winners. From left: Mo’s Blazingstar with Lindsey Wagner, Mo’s Sweet Child with Jim Ogle and Wild Afire with Chuck Maxson.

Browning, Mo. — The North Missouri Field Trial Club held its NBHA fall trial September 22 at the Westfall Ranch near Browning, Mo.

With the forecast of rain, we still had a good attendance with all entries showing up to run. Rain moved in at starting time and it rained during the entire trial.

We would like to thank the judges for their diligent hard work and giving their focus on each dog during the rain. Judges for the Amateur Shooting Dog and Amateur Derby were Aaron McAfee of Clinton, Ill., and J. D. Waters of Mechanicsburg, Ill. Judging the Amateur Puppy were Aaron McAfee and Tim Penn of Edina, Mo.

The winner of the Amateur Shooting Dog was Craig’s Runin Roxie, pointer female owned and handled by Craig Hiatt. Roxie secured her win with a nice forward race and five mannerly finds, all with class and style. Glover’s Van Halen, setter male owned and handled by Jack Glover, finished with two good finds and a good race that notched him ahead of the third place winner, Penrosa Hidncash, setter male owned and handled by Tim Penn, that had a forward race, a mannerly find and a back.

Awarded first in the Amateur Derby was Glover’s Grits, setter male owned and handled by Jack Glover. Grits was fast and covered a lot of ground showing that he had the potential of becoming a class shooting dog, which along with demonstrating his style on his bird work made him an easy choice.

In the Amateur Puppy first place with a good forward race that could reach for the edges was Mo’s Blazingstar, setter male owned and handled by Lindsey Wagner. Second place Mo’s Sweet Child, setter male owned and handled by Lindsey Wagner, was very similar in his performance to that of the first place winner. With good style moving through the field and showing plenty of heart our third place winner was Wild Afire, setter female owned and handled by Chuck Maxson.

Special thanks to Kevin Western who managed the dog wagon and bird planting responsibilities for this event and to all the NBHA sponsors who support the NBHA throughout the year — Purina Pro Plan, Garmin, Gun Dog Supply and Mule Brand Clothes.

Congratulations to the winners. Each received a plaque from the North Missouri Field Trial Club along with a Purina Pro Plan BOGO coupon.

Congratulations to the Gun Dog Supply gift certificate winners J. D. Waters of Mechanicsburg, Ill., and Matt Wisdom of Vinita, Okla.

Browning, Mo., September 22 — One Course

Judges: Aaron McAfee and J. D. Waters

NBHA AMATEUR SHOOTING DOG — 1 Pointer and 6 Setters

1st—CRAIG’S RUNIN ROXIE, 1665573, pointer female, by Mac’s Silver Dollar—Hilo Southern Tea. Craig Hiatt, owner and handler.

2d—GLOVER’S VAN HALEN, 1674172, setter male, by Carpenter’s Blue Hawk—Sue Jetta Sue. Jack Glover, owner and handler.

3d—PENROSA HIDNCASH, 1670954, setter male, by Erin’s Hidden Shamrock—Penrosa Jane Doe. Tim Penn, owner and handler.

NBHA AMATEUR DERBY — 2 Pointers and 1 Setter

1st—GLOVER’S GRITS, 1680299, setter male, by Attitude’s True Grit—Forstar Dirty Dancer. Jack Glover, owner and handler.

NBHA AMATEUR PUPPY — 1 Pointer and 7 Setters

1st—MO’S BLAZINGSTAR, 1685734, setter male, b y Bugs N Dirt—Iron Afire. Lindsey Wagner, owner and handler.

2d—MO’S SWEET CHILD, 1685735, setter male, by Bugs N Dirt—Iron Afire. Lindsey Wagner, owner and handler.

3d—WILD AFIRE, 1685638, setter female, by Bugs N Dirt—Iron Afire. Chuck Maxson III, owner and handler.

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