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Postby GunDogAdventures » Fri Oct 09, 2015 8:05 pm

Looking forward to attending our First GSPCA Nationals this year at Bechtel. Who else is headed that way?
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Re: GSPCA Nationals

Postby GunDogAdventures » Tue Oct 13, 2015 8:14 pm

Can someone please post how many Amateur braces have run so far? Thanks!!
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Re: GSPCA Nationals

Postby Wind Dancer Kennels » Wed Oct 14, 2015 11:46 am

From what I have heard they are running 10 braces per day instead of the usual 12 braces.

They said it's been hot and that has been hard on the dogs.

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Re: GSPCA Nationals

Postby BMURPH » Wed Oct 14, 2015 12:10 pm

Brace 28 is going out after lunch
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Re: GSPCA Nationals

Postby Hotchkiss » Thu Oct 15, 2015 6:25 pm

Will the futurity start tomorrow? Anyone know how the draw went?
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Re: GSPCA Nationals

Postby Hotchkiss » Thu Oct 15, 2015 6:46 pm

I see the draw on their web page.
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Re: GSPCA Nationals

Postby BMURPH » Thu Oct 15, 2015 7:53 pm

Futurity will start Saturday morning unless something changes. In the Amateur they called back 16 dogs.
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Re: GSPCA Nationals

Postby BMURPH » Sat Oct 17, 2015 11:50 am

Congrats to the Amateur winners
1st Chase/Mark Verdon with Strut
2nd Tim/Erica Zick with Blaze
3rd Mike Patrick with Angel
4th Keith Richardson with Annie

Futurity started 8:00 this morning
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Re: GSPCA Nationals

Postby Hotchkiss » Sun Oct 18, 2015 5:35 am

How many braces were completed on Saturday in the futurity?
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Re: GSPCA Nationals

Postby BMURPH » Sun Oct 18, 2015 12:11 pm

They are doing 11 braces a day. I believe they had three scratches. They started off with catalog brace #13 this morning.
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Re: GSPCA Nationals

Postby BMURPH » Sun Oct 18, 2015 4:43 pm

They finished with brace 25 today.
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Re: GSPCA Nationals

Postby Hotchkiss » Sun Oct 18, 2015 6:26 pm

Thanks for the update. WHat is the word on the conditions? It looked really windy when I checked the weather this morning. How did the dogs handle it?
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Re: GSPCA Nationals

Postby BMURPH » Sun Oct 18, 2015 7:06 pm

The wind had effect on the dogs. It is supposed to be stronger tomorrow according to the last weather I saw which was this morning. Some of the dogs are having trouble finding birds because of the wind. Some of them are not wanting to punch through the wind instead quartering making their run not as appealing.
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Re: GSPCA Nationals

Postby GunDogAdventures » Tue Oct 20, 2015 4:12 am

A little over a year ago, I found a litter posted here on the Gun Dog Forum by Brian Murphy and ended up picking up a little male GSP. My wife and I trained him for obedience and I followed up with intro to birds and the gun. He showed a lot of potential so in August we sent him off to Phil Mathiowetz at his training camp in Kansas. I told Phil, little Chevy was on the soft side and wouldn't take too much pressure, but we wanted to see if he'd be competitive in the National Futurity. We went up to watch him run this weekend, but had to come home Monday so I could get back to work. Phil called yesterday to inform us that that the little knucklehead took Runner Up!! We couldn't be more happy!! Thanks Gun Dog Forum!!
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Re: GSPCA Nationals

Postby Hotchkiss » Tue Oct 20, 2015 6:28 am

GunDogAdventures wrote:A little over a year ago, I found a litter posted here on the Gun Dog Forum by Brian Murphy and ended up picking up a little male GSP. My wife and I trained him for obedience and I followed up with intro to birds and the gun. He showed a lot of potential so in August we sent him off to Phil Mathiowetz at his training camp in Kansas. I told Phil, little Chevy was on the soft side and wouldn't take too much pressure, but we wanted to see if he'd be competitive in the National Futurity. We went up to watch him run this weekend, but had to come home Monday so I could get back to work. Phil called yesterday to inform us that that the little knucklehead took Runner Up!! We couldn't be more happy!! Thanks Gun Dog Forum!!



Congrats - great story!
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Re: GSPCA Nationals

Postby hi-tailyn » Tue Oct 20, 2015 11:07 am

Hi-Tailyn's Talented Texan
2015 GSPCA Futurity Winner
Owned by Steve Rankin
Bred by Scott Bodenstab
Trained and Handled by Ray Dohse

This has been another incredible week at the GSPCA Nationals. To breed my Hi-Tailyn Katara to Ed Moody's 2xCH FC Eshod Uprising and produced a very nice litter. Want to thank Ray Dohse as Trainer and Handler of all the parents and grand parents of all my dogs and Ed Moody's. The development and environment he provided shows in each of our dogs. Thanks You Ray for all that you provide for our dogs.

Hi Tailyn's Talented Texan is the 4th GSPCA Futurity Winner/placement that I have bred.
2xNGDC FC AFC Echo's Little Bit of Clown was the 1st also at the GSPCA Futurity.
FC AFC Hi-Tailyn Cheyenne was 2nd in the NGSPA Futurity, and
Anozira's Full of Brandi Brice was 3rd also at the NGSPA Futurity.

Want to thank the judges, Andy Gerdes and Keith Bryant for spending 3 days in the saddle watching some really nice dogs.

Congrats to all the other placements owners and dogs.

Looks like TX had 6 out of 8 of the placement dogs. Way to go Lone Star State.
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Re: GSPCA Nationals

Postby Wind Dancer Kennels » Tue Oct 20, 2015 5:42 pm

GunDogAdventures wrote:A little over a year ago, I found a litter posted here on the Gun Dog Forum by Brian Murphy and ended up picking up a little male GSP. My wife and I trained him for obedience and I followed up with intro to birds and the gun. He showed a lot of potential so in August we sent him off to Phil Mathiowetz at his training camp in Kansas. I told Phil, little Chevy was on the soft side and wouldn't take too much pressure, but we wanted to see if he'd be competitive in the National Futurity. We went up to watch him run this weekend, but had to come home Monday so I could get back to work. Phil called yesterday to inform us that that the little knucklehead took Runner Up!! We couldn't be more happy!! Thanks Gun Dog Forum!!


Congratulations on the RU win. First Futurity and get a piece of it.

Too bad you were not able to ride and watch your dogs winning performance.

Best of luck with him in the future.
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Re: GSPCA Nationals

Postby Wind Dancer Kennels » Tue Oct 20, 2015 5:44 pm

hi-tailyn wrote:Hi-Tailyn's Talented Texan
2015 GSPCA Futurity Winner
Owned by Steve Rankin
Bred by Scott Bodenstab
Trained and Handled by Ray Dohse

This has been another incredible week at the GSPCA Nationals. To breed my Hi-Tailyn Katara to Ed Moody's 2xCH FC Eshod Uprising and produced a very nice litter. Want to thank Ray Dohse as Trainer and Handler of all the parents and grand parents of all my dogs and Ed Moody's. The development and environment he provided shows in each of our dogs. Thanks You Ray for all that you provide for our dogs.

Hi Tailyn's Talented Texan is the 4th GSPCA Futurity Winner/placement that I have bred.
2xNGDC FC AFC Echo's Little Bit of Clown was the 1st also at the GSPCA Futurity.
FC AFC Hi-Tailyn Cheyenne was 2nd in the NGSPA Futurity, and
Anozira's Full of Brandi Brice was 3rd also at the NGSPA Futurity.

Want to thank the judges, Andy Gerdes and Keith Bryant for spending 3 days in the saddle watching some really nice dogs.

Congrats to all the other placements owners and dogs.

Looks like TX had 6 out of 8 of the placement dogs. Way to go Lone Star State.


Congratulations Scott. Tex looks just like his dad Ryder.
Hope this is just the first of many wins for this young dog.
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Re: GSPCA Nationals

Postby BMURPH » Tue Oct 20, 2015 7:11 pm

All-age started this morning and we completed 7 braces.
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Re: GSPCA Nationals

Postby hi-tailyn » Thu Oct 22, 2015 5:54 pm

Hearing judges don't agree on All Age Winner. May have run off in the morning. One dog had 5 finds and always found to the front, and one with 1 find after great all age move, but was handy in the middle of brace. Tough decision. Don't remember ever having a run off at a GSPCA Nats only at a NGSPA Nats.
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Re: GSPCA Nationals

Postby Vision » Thu Oct 22, 2015 7:36 pm

Do you know what dogs are being considered for the callback?
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Re: GSPCA Nationals

Postby GunDogAdventures » Thu Oct 22, 2015 8:33 pm

Wind Dancer Kennels wrote:
"Too bad you were not able to ride and watch your dogs winning performance."

Thanks!

I did get to ride his brace - and it was a site to behold. Couldn't be happier with the job Phil Mathiowetz did with him in just 11 weeks leading up to Nationals. We HIGHLY recommend Phil and Anne of Windwalker Kennels. Looking forward to hunting over him in the coming weeks!!
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Re: GSPCA Nationals

Postby ultracarry » Fri Oct 23, 2015 6:42 am

Sounds like someone might be in for a good screwing in the All Age...
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Re: GSPCA Nationals

Postby ezzy333 » Fri Oct 23, 2015 7:40 am

ultracarry wrote:Sounds like someone might be in for a good screwing in the All Age...


Why is that?
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Re: GSPCA Nationals

Postby shags » Fri Oct 23, 2015 8:19 am

ezzy333 wrote:
ultracarry wrote:Sounds like someone might be in for a good screwing in the All Age...


Why is that?


Handy isn't all age.
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Re: GSPCA Nationals

Postby ultracarry » Fri Oct 23, 2015 9:42 am

Congrats to Josh , Mike , and JOKER !!!!
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Re: GSPCA Nationals

Postby Johnk » Fri Oct 23, 2015 9:57 am

Congratulations to Joker, Josh and owner Mike Patrick on the nice win. Those two Joker and Josh have something special going right now!
Also congratulations to Trey, Keith and Robbi. A National Championship to remember! Good luck to the Gun Dogs!
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Re: GSPCA Nationals

Postby hi-tailyn » Fri Oct 23, 2015 11:00 am

The All-Age finished this morning! Congratulations to all winners, owners, and breeders. Placements are:
1. Slick’s Cuttin Wild - Owner: Mike Patrick - Handler: Josh Nieman
2. BDK Chloe’s Jax of All Trades - Owner: Brooks Carmichael - Handler: Keith Gulledge
3. Uodibar’s Party Punch - Owner: Hayley & David Killam - Handler: Eldon Hongo
4. HK Uodibar’s TomCat - Owner: Hayley & David Killam - Handler: Eldon Hongo
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Re: GSPCA Nationals

Postby hi-tailyn » Fri Oct 23, 2015 4:49 pm

Gun Dog started today at 12:30. Will run 4 braces.
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Re: GSPCA Nationals

Postby Hotchkiss » Fri Oct 23, 2015 5:53 pm

hi-tailyn wrote:Hearing judges don't agree on All Age Winner. May have run off in the morning. One dog had 5 finds and always found to the front, and one with 1 find after great all age move, but was handy in the middle of brace. Tough decision. Don't remember ever having a run off at a GSPCA Nats only at a NGSPA Nats.


It is my understanding that Joker had the five finds. Please explain to my ignorant a__ how you call back a dog that has FIVE finds and was always "found in front" with a dog that has ONE find and whatever the heck a "great all age move is".
What was the great all age move and what does "handy in the middle" mean.
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Re: GSPCA Nationals

Postby Tejas » Fri Oct 23, 2015 7:05 pm

Hotchkiss wrote:
hi-tailyn wrote:Hearing judges don't agree on All Age Winner. May have run off in the morning. One dog had 5 finds and always found to the front, and one with 1 find after great all age move, but was handy in the middle of brace. Tough decision. Don't remember ever having a run off at a GSPCA Nats only at a NGSPA Nats.


It is my understanding that Joker had the five finds. Please explain to my ignorant a__ how you call back a dog that has FIVE finds and was always "found in front" with a dog that has ONE find and whatever the heck a "great all age move is".
What was the great all age move and what does "handy in the middle" mean.


I wasn't there, but I was present at a run several years ago when Uodibar's Shoot the Moon had a race where he had five finds. One of the judges termed his performance probably the best "gun dog race" he had ever seen. It's rare for a dog to show an "all age race" if he has that many finds. The judges are looking for dogs who are on the precipice of performance with huge moves to the most distant objectives. An over abundance of time spent working birds can give the dog less time to show its "all age" credentials. It sounds as Joker was caught in the too many finds conundrum and Trey was not showing an "all-age race in the middle. Again, I was not there, but that's how I read the comment. These two dogs are arguably the best two all-age Male GSPs of the last five years or so. Congrats to both their owners Mike Patrick and Brooks Carmichael and their handlers Josh Nieman and Keith Gulledge.
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Re: GSPCA Nationals

Postby DGFavor » Fri Oct 23, 2015 7:42 pm

The year Bugs was RU in the AA he had 5 finds - winner, Opal, had one. Sometimes you just get beat, number of finds being totally irrelevant.

Publicly second guessing judges never acceptable IMO...behind the horse trailer with your buddies, sure, that's SOP for field trialing. :wink:

Congrats - good dogs all around it sounds like! :mrgreen:
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Re: GSPCA Nationals

Postby ezzy333 » Fri Oct 23, 2015 9:35 pm

DGFavor wrote:The year Bugs was RU in the AA he had 5 finds - winner, Opal, had one. Sometimes you just get beat, number of finds being totally irrelevant.

Publicly second guessing judges never acceptable IMO...behind the horse trailer with your buddies, sure, that's SOP for field trialing. :wink:

Congrats - good dogs all around it sounds like! :mrgreen:

Amen
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Re: GSPCA Nationals

Postby AlPastor » Sat Oct 24, 2015 12:51 am

Tejas wrote:
Hotchkiss wrote:
hi-tailyn wrote:Hearing judges don't agree on All Age Winner. May have run off in the morning. One dog had 5 finds and always found to the front, and one with 1 find after great all age move, but was handy in the middle of brace. Tough decision. Don't remember ever having a run off at a GSPCA Nats only at a NGSPA Nats.


It is my understanding that Joker had the five finds. Please explain to my ignorant a__ how you call back a dog that has FIVE finds and was always "found in front" with a dog that has ONE find and whatever the heck a "great all age move is".
What was the great all age move and what does "handy in the middle" mean.


I wasn't there, but I was present at a run several years ago when Uodibar's Shoot the Moon had a race where he had five finds. One of the judges termed his performance probably the best "gun dog race" he had ever seen. It's rare for a dog to show an "all age race" if he has that many finds. The judges are looking for dogs who are on the precipice of performance with huge moves to the most distant objectives. An over abundance of time spent working birds can give the dog less time to show its "all age" credentials. It sounds as Joker was caught in the too many finds conundrum and Trey was not showing an "all-age race in the middle. Again, I was not there, but that's how I read the comment. These two dogs are arguably the best two all-age Male GSPs of the last five years or so. Congrats to both their owners Mike Patrick and Brooks Carmichael and their handlers Josh Nieman and Keith Gulledge.


If I'm not mistaken, 5 finds usually denotes more of a gun dog performance than an all age performance. Although, in my humble opinion, you see many gun dog performances winning all age nowadays.

Anyway, from what I hear, Joker won the run off and, while guy didn't see it from the gallery, Trey supposedly had a little bobble on a bird.

Regardless, great performances from both of these dogs and Haley's two dogs.
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Re: GSPCA Nationals

Postby Hotchkiss » Sun Oct 25, 2015 6:05 am

Thanks for the explanation. I heard one of the judges out there filed
a protest against the other judge in that division. Are the judges
even unable to get along and adhere to the rules? New here - but surely
that can't be the norm.
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Re: GSPCA Nationals

Postby Hotchkiss » Tue Oct 27, 2015 4:45 am

Well either a protest wasn't made, or no one on here knows anything about one being made.
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Re: GSPCA Nationals

Postby BMURPH » Wed Oct 28, 2015 7:18 pm

Open Gundog placements

1.CLK's Point Me the Way O: Jerry Alden handled by Keith and Robbi Gulledge
2. Murphy's Cheap Trick O: Brian Murphy H: Phil Mathiowetz
3. Blazin Liverhead Tip Topper O: Peter Wilkin H: Jon Hann
4. Greyrock's Mile Marker O: Tom Tubergen H: Rich Barber
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Re: GSPCA Nationals

Postby AlPastor » Wed Oct 28, 2015 11:15 pm

BMURPH wrote:Open Gundog placements

1.CLK's Point Me the Way O: Jerry Alden handled by Keith and Robbi Gulledge
2. Murphy's Cheap Trick O: Brian Murphy H: Phil Mathiowetz
3. Blazin Liverhead Tip Topper O: Peter Wilkin H: Jon Hann
4. Greyrock's Mile Marker O: Tom Tubergen H: Rich Barber


Congrats Brian!

I believe that is back to back gundog chamionships for Jerry and it is great to see Peter, who cochaired the event, have a strong showing. Congrats to Tom as well.
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Re: GSPCA Nationals

Postby Tejas » Thu Oct 29, 2015 2:04 pm

Congrats Brian, I rode Trixies brace. She is a helluva Birddog.
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Re: GSPCA Nationals

Postby BMURPH » Fri Oct 30, 2015 5:40 am

Thank you. When Phil called and told me she had like 9 finds and a good run I was pretty excited but have learned you never know! With her son, Chevy, being named the Runner Up in the Futurity she made her presence known. Time to start hunting!
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Re: GSPCA Nationals

Postby Hunter » Fri Oct 30, 2015 8:07 am

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Congrats to all the placements,Brian I heard your dog had one heck of a hr run. It's an incredible feeling having my dog Allie win back to back National Titles against the best gsp's in the country. Thanks again to BDK and Keith and Robbie for all you have done with her the last couple years. I bred and raised this litter as she was the leftover I kept back so I guess I did something right. Allie is a snappy shooting dog with unbelievable style and honestly she has won stakes because of how she looks on point.
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Re: GSPCA Nationals

Postby Hotchkiss » Mon Nov 02, 2015 6:54 pm

Congratulations to all who placed and for those who did not, it was still better than work.
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