American Field

Special Bulletin

Ozark and Arkansas Open Shooting Dog Championships

By Steve Messick | Jan 16, 2020

Conway, Ark. — The results are in! Claiming the top spot in the Ozark Open Shooting Dog Championship was Tug O’War, three-year-old white and liver pointer male owned by longtime patron Glenda Haag of Coffeyville, Kan. In the runner-up spot was South Forty Princess Di, white and black pointer female coming three in March, owned by John Roswech of Chester, N. J.

Both winners were piloted by Shawn Kinkelaar.

Judges were Jim Martin and Bob Barker. Forty-five starters came to the line.

The Arkansas Open Shooting Dog Championship drew 59 of the best. Claiming top spot was a sharp white and liver pointer female coming five, True Choice, owned by Greg Fried of Millerstown, Pa. She was handled by Shawn Kinkelaar. Runner-up was Swift Justice,  four-year-old white and orange setter male under the guidance of Steve Hurdle, owned by Brad Kennedy of Red Bay, Ala.

Judges were Earl Connolly of Memphis, Tenn. and Dennis Sneed of Ewing, Ill.


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