Tulsa Bird Dog Club Fall Trial Results

10/17/15 1:20:04 PM --  Painted Pony Ball at Tulsa Convention Center Ballroom.  Photo by Shane Bevel

Amateur Shooting Dog

10/17/15 3:31:35 PM --  Painted Pony Ball at Tulsa Convention Center Ballroom.  Photo by Shane Bevel

Amateur Shooting Dog JC@F

10/24/15 10:57:16 AM -- Cowboys of the Waggoner Ranch with Jeremy Enlow.  Photo by Shane Bevel

Bevel’s Royal Bayou

OpenShootingDogINOLA, OKLA. — It’s been a long time since the Tulsa Bird Dog Association (formerly Tulsa Bird Dog Club) was featured here in The American Field.

The club held its first trial in October 1987 and Allen Vincent wrote the first report. That’s some pretty big shoes to fill, but here we are nearly 30 years later and the TBDA has come full circle. After nearly 20 years being absent from The American Field world, the club held its fall trial at the McFarlin-Ingersoll Ranch in Inola, Okla., under the auspices of the Oil Capital Field Trial Association and with the guidance of TBDA member and professional trainer Tom Woods of Adair, Okla.

The Open stakes counted as a KFTCA points trial, while both the open and amateur stakes awarded points in the NBHA. We had a great draw not only from Oklahoma but neighboring Missouri and Kansas as well. Thanks to all those handlers and clubs who came to support us. It made for a full weekend and a lot of fun with 45 entries for the weekend.

TBDA would like to thank its outstanding sponsors Purina and Gun Dog Supply for providing prizes to our winners and support for our volunteers.

The trial could not have happened of course without our judges Kevin Guess, Kyle Shirm, David Paine, and Tom Woods.

In a unique offering, the TBDA held its walking stakes on the same weekend and at the same location as the Oil Capital Field Trial Association’s horseback stakes, allowing for lots of social time between the clubs during lunch and at the banquet. We would like to thank Jon Humphrey, Mike Griffin, Bob Barker and the rest of the OCFTA for welcoming us back to the American Field world. And of course, without the support of landowner Win Ingersoll, we could not have hosted the trial at all. His dedication to the sport is always much appreciated.

We had a lot of fun and are excited to continue to participate and host walking stakes here in Oklahoma.

Inola, Okla., October 17 — One Course

Judges: Kevin Guess and Kyle Shirm

NBHA AMATEUR SHOOTING DOG — 2 Pointers, 5 Setters

and 1 German Shorthair

1st—BEVEL’S ROYAL BAYOU, 1653074, setter male, by Top Knotch Tuff Wind’em—White Rock Elegant Haste. Shane Bevel, owner and handler.

2d—DOC’S ICE MAN, 1657276, pointer male, by Bud’s Icey Attitude—Cody’s Super Fly. Dr. John Ruetschi, owner and handler.

3d—BORDER’S NORTHERN STAR, 1643507, setter male, by Arties Royal Mac—Border To Border. Mark Wagner, owner and handler.

NBHA AMATEUR SHOOTING DOG — 3 Pointers, 3 Setters and 1 Brittany

1st—HYTEST LAREDO, 1601658, setter male, by Hytest Duke—Hytest Lucy Sue. Christian Ogle, owner and handler.

2d—LITTLE TURBO HONKY JOE, 1663429, pointer male, by Shady Meadows Little Joe Dan—Shady Meadows Honky Jill. Nick Carson, owner and handler.

3d—DOC’S BULLET, 1641788, pointer male, by Westfall’s Black Ice—Honky Tonk High Finance. Dr. John Ruetschi, owner; Maggi Mahan, handler.

NBHA AMATEUR DERBY — 5 Pointers and 1 German Shorthair

1st—CARPENTER’S NOVEMBER MAN, 1656795, setter male, by Hytest Sky Hawk—Carpenter’s Last Jett. Carpenter’s Kennels, owner; Larry Carpenter, handler.

2d—KENNY’S LADY LUCK, 1656574, setter female, by Skyview Gambling Man—Lawrence’s Dede Girl. Charles Kenny, owner and handler.

3d—CARPENTER’S MAZE RUNNER, 1656829, setter female, by Hytest Palladin—Barker’s Blue Horizon. Carpenter’s Kennels, owner; Larry Carpenter, handler.

NBHA AMATEUR PUPPY — 2 Pointers and 4 Setters

1st—JOJO’S TEKOA WHITE BULL, 1663136, setter male, by Tekoa Mountain Paladin—Jojo’s Sky Hawk Sadie. Christian J. Ogle, owner; Larry Carpenter, handler.

2d—WING AND ROCK HILLS ANCHOR, unreg., pointer male, by Doc’s Ice Man—Vick’s Brandy High Attitude. Tony Kildow & Trent Wood, owners; Christian J. Ogle, handler.

3d—CARPENTER’S MR. PALLADIN, 1663248, setter male, by Hytest Palladin—Sky Hawk’s Blues Traveler. Carpenter’s Kennels, owner; Larry Carpenter, handler.

Judges: David Paine and Tom Woods

NBHA OPEN SHOOTING DOG — 6 Pointers, 5 Setters and 1 German Shorthair

1st—DOC’S ICE MAN, 1657276, pointer male, by Bud’s Icey Attitude—Cody’s Super Fly. Dr. John Ruetschi, owner and handler.

2d—PAWNBROKER’S ROYAL FLUSH, 1629798, pointer male, by Erin’s Bad River—Erin’s Wild Rose. Ronald Litle, owner; Jeremy Gulick, handler.

3d—LITTLE MISS SPICE, 1629633, setter female, by Skydancer Skyview Ace—Skyview New Addition. Rowdy Harris, owner and handler.

NBHA OPEN DERBY — 1 Pointer and 5 Setters

1st—BORDER’S SON OF SISTER, 1663247, setter male, by White Rock Cordite—Come Along Sister. Mark & Julie Wagner, owners; Mark Wagner, handler.

2d—SKYVIEW HIGH ALTITUDE, 1656852, setter female, by Shadow Oak Bo—Skyview Jet Stream. Jason Patty & Jerod Rigdon, owners; Jason Patty, handler.

3d—JAKE, unreg., pointer male, breeding not given. Jeremy Gulick, owner and handler.

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