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#1 Laura L

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Posted 09 April 2012 - 10:40 AM

Bottom of the Mountain SDT (Saturday)

Nursery 6 runs
1. Jennifer Boznos & Tony 71
2. Ronnie Bingham & Cinch 61
3. Rose M. Anderson & Belle 57
4. Diana Antlitz & Brynn 52

Novice 1, 7 runs
1. John Kellner & Sam 65
2. Donna Huntington & Shae 41
3. Mike Poulos & Ridge 40
4. Hixie Bernardon & Tate 36

Pro-Novice 20 runs
1. Rose M. Anderson & Chaps 71
2. Chuck Hoffman & Sweep 70
3. Ronnie Bingham & Cinch 67
4. Samantha Jones & Meg 66
5. Nancy Flynn & Bruce 63
6. Merry Russell & Lilly 59

Novice 2, 5 runs
1. Donna Huntington & Shae 53
2. Mike Poulos & Ridge 42

Top of the Mountain SDT (Sunday)
Pro-Novice 18 runs
1. Merry Russell & Lily 79
2. Rose Anderson & Bitti 73
3. Jennifer Boznos & Tony 73
4. Rose Anderson & Chaps 72
5. Hixie Bernardon & Lad 67
6. Paul Henning & Ken 65

Novice 1, 6 runs
1. John Kellner & Sam 65
2. Nicole Smith & River 52
3. Vicki Kreiter & Teak 51

Nursery 7 runs
1. Jennifer Boznos & Tony 77
2. Rose Anderson & Belle 74
3. Polly Simpson & Picca 70
4. Diana Antlitz & Brynn 49
5. Ronnie Bingham & Cinch 40

Novice 2, 5 runs
1. Hixie Bernardon & Tate 68
2. Vicki Kreiter & Teak 53
3. Janis Reuter & Bryn 44

We would like to thank everyone who came and ran their dogs. Thanks to John Wentz for judging, Marissa Wentz & Patti Wentz for the lunches. Vicki Kreiter and Sharon Woolman for scribing. Susane & Chuck Hoffman and Merry Russell for exhausting. A big thank you to Samantha Jones & Janet Henning for spotting on Saturday.
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#2 Sue R

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Posted 09 April 2012 - 12:51 PM

Thanks for posting results here, even though I hardly recognized a single name!

Sounds like it was a Wentz family project!
Sue Rayburn - Cleverly disguised as a responsible adult, but not the brightest firefly in the jar.

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#3 KathyF

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Posted 09 April 2012 - 05:54 PM

Thank you to both you and John for hosting these fun trials. It was a great learning experience for my young dog. It was a good way to get out for the first time in the spring.

The lunch on Saturday was very good, I wasn't there for lunch on Sunday.

Thanks again, Laura.

Kathy

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Posted 09 April 2012 - 07:12 PM

Yes, thank you again for hosting these excellent trials! :D

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Posted 09 April 2012 - 07:14 PM

It was a really enjoyable weekend. It was good to get out, run Meg and see what we need to work on. IThe weekend was beautiful and the company enjoyable.
Next time we go out to eat, I'm sitting next to Rose again, I haven't laughed so hard in a long time!

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#6 Diana A

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Posted 10 April 2012 - 12:02 AM

Thank you to everyone involved in putting on these trials. It was great to get the dogs out so early in the year to work out some of the trial rustiness. Things were well run, lunches were great, and whoever ordered up the weather deserves an extra bonus :-).
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