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VBCA Summer Trial

Saturday 7/9/05

 

Novice Novice

1 Mary Calley Bosco 63

2 Ray Norton Brooke 60

3 Mary Calley Medbh 58

4 Pam Gardner Rusty 50

 

Pro Novice

1 Ray Norton Maddie 68

2 Ray Norton Mirk 63

3 Steve Bell Ted 62

4 Randy Munford Grit 62

5 David Clark Clair 60

6 Lauren Seabolt Ghyll 56

 

Ranch

1 Carla King Emma 76

2 Randy Munford Vic 76

3 Tom Forrester Pete 75

4 Christine Koval Bess 72

5 Kay Sander Nike 71

6 Sam Furman Libby 71

 

Open

1 Julie Poudrier Twist 90

2 Alasdair MacraeDon 88

3 Robin French Gael 86

4 Florence Wilson Cap 84

5 RC Tomlinson Dat 83

6 Renee Billadeau Rae 83

 

 

Sunday 7/10/05

Novice Novice

1 Ray Norton Brooke 70

2 Mary Calley Bosco 70

3 Pam Gardner Rusty 60

 

Pro Novice

1 Mark Billadeau Jody 74

2 David Clark Clair 73

3 Debbie Johnson Abby 72

4 Steve Bell Ted 71

5 Ray Norton Maddie 71

6 Ray Norton Mirk 66

 

Ranch

1 Tom Forrester Pete 78

2 Pam Gardner Ferrell 77

3 Kay Sander Nike 76

4 Christine Koval Bess 76

5 Mark Billadeau Peg 74

6 Sam Furman Libby 74

 

Open

1 Florence Wilson Gunner 93

2 Carla King Liz 86

3 Alasdair Macrae Don 85

4 Sam Furman Tucker 85

5 Julie Matthews Dodge 84

6 Julie Matthews Meg 84

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Originally posted by juliepoudrier:

Um, two of those Julies *aren't* me, darn it!

J.

Oh, I know.

(And that other Julie IS really something.)

 

But my original post was supposed to read like, you know, a chant.

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It is great to have yet another superb handler join the VA ranks! Those of you that don't know Julie Matthews, she and her 10 year old Moss were our National Reserve Champion in Sturgis in 2003. I was one of the lucky ones fortunate enough to see her run in the double lift finals and witness the true heart and dedication of this dog and the partnership with his shepherdess. Moss gave Julie everything he had and more. He is the definition of a "working Border Collie".

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Hey Deb,

 

Not the right thread--but was just wondering whether the upcoming trial is full? I might have a shot at coming up from Georgia! Wanted to check with you before I made any more arrangements.

 

Thanks,

Debbie Bailey

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well robin---- picture groucho marx! something about those brown eyebrows--you just bust out laughing! :eek:

 

thanks for the invite--you guys are such fun--it'd be a blast...if i can get it all to fall into place and the trial didn't fill....

 

debbie

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Hey Debbie, if you can't make it to this one, PLEASE try to come to Tommy and Flo's in October. You're knees may knock together when you send Ben off on that outrun and then wait and wait and wait, but you certainly won't regret the experience!

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Debbie Bailey - We are still taking entries. We'd love for you to come. There should be an entry form if you do a search. If you can't find it, email me - my computer is on the blink (thunderstorm!) but I hope to be back online in a day or so. (I'm at work right now....ssshhhh)

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It was posted on sheepdog-l but entry doesn't open until mid-september. You can find it if you search the list archives.

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Thanks, guys! Made a copy of the entry form. After the Bluegrass and now Bloomfield, I figured I didn't have enough humiliation yet this year. I'll be the one sitting under the handler's tent wearing big, wrap-around sunglasses and holding a box of kleenex (and maybe a bottle of booze).

 

Cheers!

 

Wendy V.

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Wendy,

 

At this trial "under the handler's tent" is just an expression; no tent, few spectators, 1 concession stand, BIG field (600 yds, give or take a few) and great sheep.

 

Mark (Renee's water boy for this trial)

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Well Wendy if it makes you feel any better at all, no matter what happens at Edgeworth...I have had to walk to the top of the hill and then back down...It cant get worse than that unless your dog possibly kills one of Auntie Flo's sheep...

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Originally posted by Pipedream Farm:

...1 concession stand...

Is there a concession stand? Where? I must be blind! :eek:

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For the Fall trial there has been a guy with a food trailer parked by the old farm equipment; I don't think he comes for the winter trial.

 

Mark

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Wendy, can you tell us anything about Bloomfield?

 

I was supposed to go but at the last minute decided it was going to be too hot. I'm curious as to how the trial went.

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