American Field

Special Bulletin

Oklahoma and Ferguson Classics

By C. W. (Chuck) Taylor | Apr 04, 2019

Ardmore, Okla. — The Oklahoma and Ferguson Open Shooting Dog Classics and Open Derby were held at the Lake Murray venue near Ardmore, Okla. In the opening stake, the winner emerged in Jacked Up Jasper, seven-year-old white and orange setter male owned by Larry Williamson of Ponca City, Okla., and handled by Virgil Moore. Second was Hale’s Southern Touch, white and liver pointer male owned by Dr. Jeffrey Hale of Russellville, Ark., and handled by Shawn Kinkelaar. Third was Swift Justice, white and orange setter male owned by Brad Kennedy of Red Bay, Ala., and handled by Steve Hurdle.

There were 26 dogs in the stake.

In the Open Derby, with ten entries, the winner was South Forty Princess Di, white and black pointer female handled by Shawn Kinkelaar for owner John Roswech of Chester, N. J. Second was Dial Again, white and orange pointer male owned by Edwin Cooley of Arab, Ala., and handled by Steve Hurdle. Shawn Kinkelaar was back in the winners’ circle with third placed Silver W Jill Z, white and orange pointer female owned by Debbie Ozner of Ochlocknee, Ga.

The M. F. Ferguson Classic drew a field of 28. Back this time with first place laurels was Hale’s Southern Touch, Dr. Jeff Hale’s pointer male. Second was Jacked Up Jasper for owner Larry Williamson and handler Virgil Moore. Ridge Creek Kate, white and black setter female coming five (July 25), owned by Larry Brutger of St. Cloud, Minn., and handled by Shawn Kinkelaar, was third.

Judges for all stakes were two knowledgeable gentlemen from Edmond, Okla., Dr. Alex Jacocks and Dr. Robert Rankin.


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