Well on Saturday we went back to San Antonio for yet another trial. This time Bullett got to stay home and rest. The weekend prior when Bullett had won, Moose had also had a very nice run but just not quite good enough. He always does better the second time he goes around a new course so I thought "what the heck". While at the GSP club trial last weekend a couple of people had asked if I'd come to their (SAWC) trial the following weekend and I said "Maybe".
Well maybe turned into "sure I'll come on down" and the end result was one more win for Moose and two very important retrieving points.
That puts Moose within striking distance of finishing his FC this spring as well.
That gives me three more dogs now one win away from finishing and a couple of real fire starters coming out soon.
Could be a very busy season here. Hopefully I won't let them down.
Three straight weekends, three straight wins in OGD... Man what a wild ride!
Congrats to you, Bullet & Moose!
Thanks. Here's a little more recent picture. He's not nearly as impressed wtih his new necklace as I was HA!
Glad to see my girls dad Moose is still at the top of his game. His 14 month old daughter Cheyenne spent the weekend in South Texas Quail hunting. Depite the high winds and heat she had a nice outing. Congratulations and thanks for a great dog!
Neal Kissman & Cheyenne
Charlie-I can't help but feel that our first pointer Dutch that we lost to bloat is looking down on us and is smiling.We made a promise to him that we would do our best with the next dog we got and Ted is really trying to do that.I try to help when he needs me.We didn't know what we had when we had Dutch and now we do.So when we win it's for him.And Thankyou it means alot coming from you!
I didn't realize ya'll were from Fredricksburgh. I have a VERY good friend there named Ted Masser!
If you bump into him shake his hand and tell him ya'll are friends of mine. CR