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Result: Gloucester Field and Stream Club

Location: South Hill, Virginia

Post Date: Nov 30, 2021

Submitted By: Ashby Morgan

Amateur shooting dog winners runner-up

The Gloucester Field and Stream Club held a U.S. Complete trial on October 9 at the Dick Cross Wildlife Management Area in South Hill, Va.

Purina generously supported the trial. Purina is the sponsor of the U. S. Complete Shooting Dog Association and in conjunction they award placements with coupons for their products. The field trial community owes Purina a great debt of gratitude.

Once again the Gloucester Club joined in with the Cockade Field Trial Club. This seems to work well for both clubs. Cockade has all-age on Friday, Gloucester has a U. S. Complete Walking trial on Saturday, and Cockade comes back with horseback, Shooting Dog and Derby on Sunday.

I would like to thank Gary Winall and Ellen Clements for helping judge, plant birds, etc. A special thanks to Jim Jones and Jeff Smith for judging the Shooting Dog Stake. Both of these men are assets to field trials. Thanks to Sharon Townley for preparing lunch for us.


First place in the Amateur Puppy was Mobjack Bunny Girl, owned and handled by Arnold Ripley. Bunny is a hard driving classy setter. Second place went to Pinekone Pete, setter male, owned and handled by Ashby Morgan. Pete had a more moderate ground race.

First in the Amateur Derby was Raven's Haven Apple Brown Betty. Betty had a good ground race, coupled with three finds, to bring home the blue ribbon. Second place was Chippoke's Gypsy Girl, owned and handled by Lee Flanders. Gypsy is a nice looking dog on the ground and had two Derby finds.

First place in the Amateur Shooting Dog was Chippoke's Hoss Man, owned and handled by Lee Flanders. Hoss was definitely the cream of the crop on this day. Hoss had four finds and an excellent ground race. Second was Mohawk Mill Rebel Pirate, owned by Gary Winall and handled by Ashby Morgan. Rebel had three finds and a very strong ground race. Third was Sadie Ridge Cotton (Buddy), owned and handled by Dennis Kivikko. Buddy had two finds and a more moderate ground race.

Thanks to all who helped and came to the trial.

South Hill, Va., October 9

Judges: Mathew Flanders and Gary Winall

AMATEUR PUPPY -- 4 Setters

1st--MOBJACK BUNNY GIRL, 1696350, female, by Erin's Wild Atlantic Way--Quickmarksman's Silky. Arnold Ripley, Jr., owner and handler.

2d--PINEKONE PETE, 1697771, male, by Erin's Wild Atlantic Way--Quickmarksman's Silky. Pinekone Kennels, owner; Ashby Morgan, handler.

Judges: Ellen Clements and Gary Winall

AMATEUR DERBY -- 2 Pointers and 1 Brittany

1st--RIVER HAVEN'S APPLE, unreg., Brittany female, by River Haven's Blaze Sam--Gamble's Hope Time'll Fly. Joana Youmans, owner and handler.

Judges: James B. Jones and Jeff Smith

AMATEUR SHOOTING DOG -- 6 Pointers and 7 Setters

1st--CHIPPOKE'S HOSS MAN, 1675609, setter male, by Skyview New Edition--McKinney's Habor Magnolia. Lee Flanders, owner and handler.

2d--MOHAWK MILL REBEL PIRATE, 1680375, pointer male, by Mohawk Mill Pirate--Arcanum's Southern Belle. Gary S. Winall, owner; Ashby Morgan, handler.

3d--SADIE RIDGE COTTON, 1669737, pointer male, by House Ring of Fire--Touch's Blaylock Bess. Dennis Kivikko, owner and handler.