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Result: Oklahoma Open Shooting Dog Championship

Location: Enola, Oklahoma

Post Date: Jan 27, 2021

Submitted By: Michael G. Griffin

INOLA, OKLA. -- With small entry and a weather delay, we got started on Saturday, January 16 at the McFarlin Ingersoll Ranch in Inola, Okla. We thank Kay Ingersoll for her continued support of the trials at the ranch.

Seemed like birds were ready to play. We had several dogs on birds, and they seemed to fly very well on the first day.

After the delayed start, the weather was really good both days and we had good trial. We had ten good Derbies and had several of these on birds.

Oklahoma Open Shooting Dog Championship Winners

Boumeester's Bar None, six-and-a-half year-old white and liver pointer male, owned by Christopher (not Chip) Martin of Lucas, Tex., and handled by Chuck Stretz, was named the champion and whose performance came in second brace. Bar None ran a big race with two well-spaced finds. He was easy to handle, stayed to the front looked good all the way.

Pure Gossip Runner up

Pure Gossip, also handled by Chuck Stretz, was named runner-up. The white and black nine-year-old pointer female is owned by Bob Reynolds of Kansas City, Mo., and was in the last brace of the stake. She run a big race with a find coming in the middle of her heat. She was easy to keep up front, very showy and attractive.

Other dogs that got look from judges included Excalibur (Stretz), Ceaser (Harold Gearhart), Game Sport (Gearhart), Iron and Wine (Jon Humphrey).

Oklahoma Open Shooting Dog Derby Winners

Derbies all ran well considering a strong wind. First placed Aaron's Four Roses (Gearheart) was the most pleasing. Close behind was Flint Ridge Annie (Neira) with a good job looking for birds. Third placed Stylish Miss Bell (Tom Curtsinger) also did a nice job on the ground.

We thank the judges, Greg Gibson of Wichita, Kan., and Andy Neria of Savonburg, Kan., for the Championship, and Bob Barker of Claremore, Okla., and Greg Gibson for the Derby.

We wish to thank Purina for all their support. And all club members who helped.

Inola, Okla., January 16

Judges: Greg Gibson and Andy Neria


17 Pointers and 1 Setter

Winner--BOUMEESTER'S BAR NONE, 1662742, pointer male, by True Confidence--Bar P Fizz. Christopher Martin, owner; Chuck Stretz, handler.

Runner-Up--PURE GOSSIP, 1644013, pointer female, by Westfall's Black Ice--Lock N Load. Bob Reynolds, owner; Chuck Stretz, handler.

Judges: Bob Barker and Greg Gibson

OPEN DERBY -- 8 Pointers and 2 Setters

1st--AARON'S FOUR ROSES, 1687814, pointer female, by Erin's Redrum--Lane's Happy Jackie. Dave Merritt, owner; Harold Gearheart, handler.

2d--FLINT RIDGE ANNIE, 1686814, pointer female, by Chelsea's Thunder Bolt--Upfront's Southern Star. Paul Ott, owner; Andy Neira, handker.

3d--STYLISH MISS BELL, 1691586, pointer female, by Valiant--Haney's North Star. Tom Curtsinger, owner and handler.