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GSP Vic November Trial

PostPosted: Wed 06 Sep 2006 1:10 pm
by Diane McCann
Date: Saturday 11th November (Brittany trial to be held on the Sunday)
Venue: Nagambie area (Directions will be posted later)
Entries Close: Thursday November 2nd
Entries to: Vicki Thomas, 17 Richards Rd, Nar Nar Goon, Vic, 3812

Begginers: H Pownall
Members $10 Non Members $13
Vetting 9.00 Start 9.30

Novice: B Kendall
Members $12 Non Members $15
Vetting 7.30 Start 8.00

Restricted: M Davis
Members $15 Non Members $18
Vetting 7.30 Start 8.00

Trial Manager: Diane McCann 03 59786292 0418350928

There will be light catering for lunch provided and camping is available on site.


PostPosted: Wed 15 Nov 2006 1:08 pm
by Diane McCann
Beginners Stake Judge: Mrs Helen Pownall
6 entries. No scratchings

1st Prue Winkfield, Yorifled One Wellington, GSP Dog, 97points
2nd Diane McCann, Yorifeld Drummer Boy, Gsp Dog, 94 points
3rd Michael Calleja, Brittina Astutoconigo, Brittany bitch, 93 points
4th David Cox, Quinquino Mama's Girl, Lab bitch, 88 points

Novice Stake Judge: Mr Byron Kendall
16 entries. No scratchings

1st Michael Hunter, Reveirter Cup Subzero, Lab dog, 124 points
2nd Neville Green, Reveirter Wine Shiraz, Lab dog, 123 points
3rd Russell Thomas, FT Ch Topnotch Hi Jinx, GSP bitch, 118 points
4th Peter Eley, Ch Black Mica's Totally Truant, FC Dog, 117 points
4th Prue Winkfield, Yorifled One Wellington, GSP Dog, 117 points

This was Mick's first trial - congratulations. First and second placing are of the same breeding from subsequent litters.

Restricted Stake Judge: Mr Mark Davis
17 entries. No scratchings

1st Kevin Andrews, Tockatunga Twist Of Fate NRD, Lab bitch, 135.5 pts
2nd Craig Dyson, Kadnook Simply Wrapt NRD, Lab dog, 132.5 points
3rd Chris Van Eekelen, Coalsgarth Cooper NRD, Lab dog, 130 points
4th Trevor Stevens, Dinigold True Blue NRD, Golden dog, 104 points

This win gave Abby her RRD - congratulations Kevin & Abby

PostPosted: Wed 15 Nov 2006 1:47 pm
by Jason Ferris
Thanks for posting up the results Diane. That completes the full set of results for the year.

I have compiled the Retrieving Trial Dog of the Year scores and have just sent them to the official verifiers. I will post up the final results as soon as I have the all clear from the verifiers.

Cheers, Jason.

PostPosted: Wed 15 Nov 2006 2:46 pm
by Prue Winkfield
I would like to add my congratulations to Mick. Not only was it his first trial, it is his first Lab and he is under 50 (in fact I should probably say under 40):D So hope you have a great trialling future Mick. Also congrats to Kevin with Abby on her RRD

PostPosted: Sat 06 Jan 2007 9:11 am
by Mick Hunter
To Diane and Prue, thanks very much. For some reason it has taken me a long time to log and reply. Just to clarify a point, I know I have had a rough life but I'm in my mid thirties. Hopefully Bo and I will do well this year

PostPosted: Sat 06 Jan 2007 10:15 am
by Prue Winkfield
Mick - to me you look in your 20s! :oops: Only said under 50 as we keep complaining about the lack of young people coming into trials and a lot (not all) are in the 50 plus bracket.

PostPosted: Sat 06 Jan 2007 12:37 pm
by Mick Hunter
I really think that not too many people know about the sport, let alone youngsters and that's why there is a shortage of new people. I only found about it a two years ago, I was buying a duck dog anyway so I though that I would give it a go to make him a better dog.

PostPosted: Sat 06 Jan 2007 3:43 pm
by Kirsty Blair
Mick, I have a sneaking suspicion that all this enthusiasm about encouraging younger people into the sport has alot to do with the older competitors looking for some fresh bodies to lug bird throwers and other non-descript gear around. They try to fool us into thinking its about the long term viability of the sport blah blah but I'm not believing it for a second! In fact, I'm pretty sure the only reason I get invited out training is because my training partners think I'm still young and silly enough to jump in the dam if required. Maybe I am, maybe I'm not :wink:

Congratulations on your first up success - hope there's lots more to come :D


PostPosted: Sat 06 Jan 2007 7:54 pm
by Maureen Cooper
At least I was not guilty on this point, Kirsty, but sorry I was not there to witness it so I need a repeat this year :wink: Actually, folks, Kirsty will be seen on the end of one chocolate Labrador... being a glutton for punishment!!!


PostPosted: Sat 06 Jan 2007 8:03 pm
by Jason Ferris
Maureen Cooper wrote:Actually, folks, Kirsty will be seen on the end of one chocolate Labrador... being a glutton for punishment!!!


Watch out Maureen, Kirsty will have Karla in AA before you know it! :wink:

Cheers, Jason.

PostPosted: Mon 08 Jan 2007 10:28 am
by Maureen Cooper
Good :lol: :lol: