Buena Vista Grasslands, Wisconsin Rapids, WI
September 23, 2016
Judges: Jay Lewis & Mark Smith
1a Magic Touch B, SF, Marion Brown
1b Northwoods Nirvana, SM, Frank LaNasa
2a Thumper’s Anything But, PF, Mike Duvall
2b Desoto’s Hidden Gem, PF(IS), Dave Moore
3a Skydancer Dancing Spur, SM, Dennis Lutynski
3b Blair’s Wingman, SM, Greg Blair
4a Cedar Creek Gem, ISF, Ed Lierman
4b Showgirl, SF(IS), Dave Moore
5a Notorious Red Bull, PM, John Mathys
5b Strut Natio, PM, Scott Jordan
6a Ihrke’s Coach, PM, George Ihrke
6b Boumeester’s Bar None, PM, Boumeester/Mathys
7a Heard Hill’s Jaybird, PM, Lynn Heard
7b Mad Town Bad Boy, PM, Schaefer/Suftin
8a Erin’s Super Sport, PM, Hauser/Dunbar
8b Erin’s Prometheus, SM, John Mathys
9a I’ll Have Another, SM, Schaefer/Suftin
9b Skydancer Triple Nickel, SM, Dennis Lutynski
10a Blair’s Witch Project, SM, Greg Blair
10b Erin’s Country Thunder, PM, Sean P. Derrig
11a Nemaha Boot, PM, Pat McInteer
11b Wibaux Sun B, SM, Marion Brown
12a Restless Red Toolman, ISM, Bob Gove
12b Winkelman’s Little Sugar, PF, Mike Duvall
13a Skydancer Flash Forward, SM, Dennis Lutynski
13b Bucked Naked, PM, Scott Jordan
14a Erin’s Coin Toss, PM, Sheehan/Derrig
14b Royal Rock’s Lotta Hard Cash, PM, Mike Roper
15a Shag Time Scout, SM, Cagle/Dunbar
15b Brown’s River Witch, PF, Suftin/Schaefer
16a Erin’s Rebel Heart, PM, Sean P. Derrig
16b Derrig N Dios Mad Max, PM, Tom Derrig
17a G F Witch Doctor, SM, Dunbar/Cagle
17b Skydancer Flash Point, SM, Dennis Lutynski
18a Raintree Double Strike, SM, Greg Blair
18b Royal Rock Sunrise, PF, Suftin/Schaefer
19a Hear Hills Misbehavin, PF, Lynn Heard
19b Restless Red Bella, ISF, Bob Gove
20a Oak Grove Peacemaker, PM, Reisner/Ihrke
20b Nemaha Cinch, PM, Pat McInteer
21a Notorious Doc Holiday, PM, John Mathys
21b Skydancer Hang Fire, SM, Dennis Lutynski
22a Cedar Creek Talon, ISM, Ed Lierman
22b Sioux Yankton, PM, LJ Lundstrom
23a Heard Hills Ms Q, PF, Buck Heard
23b Fibber's Payback, PF, John Hott
24a Lil Miss Sunshine, PF, Frank LaNasa
Please check in the afternoon in case a redraw was required.
National Amateur Prairie Chicken Shooting Dog Championship ~ Drawing
Buena Vista Grasslands, Wisconsin Rapids, WI
2016 National Amateur Pheasant Shooting Dog Championship ~ Drawing
Starts: August 20, 2016, Circle, Montana
Judges: John Neely and Jim Ledington
1a. Touch’s Diamante, PM, Austin Turley
1b. Far Star B, SM, Marion Brown
2a. Just Thrilling, PM, Ross Leonard
2b. Ten Oaks Castoff, PM, Lou Qualtiere
3a. I B Anxious, PF, Tom Nygard
3b. Upland Elhew Wildrose, PF, Mike Robbins
4a. Rocky Knoll Jackson, SM, Pat Lockhart
4b. Dawson’s High Chapparal, RSM, Dennis Hildalgo
5a. Traveler’s Black Thorn, SF, Greg Sand
5b. Barlee’s Prairie Star, SF, Betty Shearouse
6a. Redland’s Jacked Up, PM, Joe Rentz
6b. Stone Free B, SM, Marion Brown
7a. Iron & Oak, SM, Ross Leonard
7b. Shearjoy’s Big Money, SM, Betty Shearouse
8a. Gin N Tonic Live Wire, SF (IS), Dave Noell
8b. Joe’s Lil, SF, Joe Schaefer
9a. Nemaha Cinch, PM, Pat McInteer
9b. Canadian Elhew Jocko, PM, Clark Lundren
10a. Tucalota’s White Bread, PM, Ed Mayhew
10b. Ten Oaks Elklands Delight, PM, Lou Qualitere
11a. QPK Bossman, PM, Joe Rentz
11b. Touch’s Match Point, PM, Austin Turley
12a. Gin N Tonic Hot Wire, SF (IS), Dave Noell
12b. Bellita, PF, Gordon Jones
13a. Nemaha Boot, PM, Pat McInteer
13b. Seekin A Thrill, PM, Ross Leonard
14a. Traveler’s Prairie Sioux, SF, Greg Sand
14b. Touch’s Katrina, PF (IS), Austin Turley
15a. Winamp Sun B, SM, Marion Brown
15b. Rendition, RSM, Roger Boser
16a. Rocky Knoll Peaches, SF, Pat Lockhart
16b. Kindle, RSF, Dennis Hildalgo
17a. Northern Praire Addition, PF, Glenn Conover
17b. Upland Elhew Dakota, PM, Mike Robbins
18a. Traveler’s High Point, SF, Greg Sand
18b. Tucalota Blew, PM, Ed Mayhew
19a. Ghost Bell B, SF, Marion Brown
19b. Touchstone, RSM, Roger Boser
20a. Prodigy’s Tre, SM, Ross Leonard
20b. Circle Masquerade, PF, Shannon Nygard
Please check later in the day in case a re-draw was required.
AFTCA Annual Open Meeting - Reno, NV
President Torben Hansen called the meeting to order at 5:15 PM with a nice crowd.
President Hansen called for the reading of the minutes by secretary Piper Huffman. Eli Richardson made the motion to accept the minutes and David Williams seconded the motion.
The Financial statement is typically given by John Milton however he was not in attendance. President Hansen read the letter sent by Mr. Milton stating the audit report is in order with net assets showing slight improvement over the last two years. There is too much dependency on sponsorships to cover operating cost of this organization. All in all the finances are solid and will continue to improve with the individual memberships.
Dr. Hunter Wilcox reported for the 20th Century Fund. The committee met and awarded 13 clubs grant money. The 501- C3 must be protected and the use of these funds must be for bird habitat improvement. After being awarded a grant, clubs must submit a letter explaining how the money was used. An impressive total of $217,220.00 has been granted to clubs as of this date. Dr. Wilcox encourages donations to the 20th Century Funding in order to help provide funds to give back to deserving clubs.
The Insurance report was given by Frank LaNasa. He stated there are five policies in place Officer’s Package, General Liability, Fidelity, Workers Compensation and Directors and Officers Liability. They have all remained with the same limits and premiums. The only change was the Cyber Essentials which cover liability with the new individual memberships. There is more personal data being collected which needs to be protected.
Michael Shears addressed the group on the membership committee. The individual membership is in place and went into effect October 2015. The executive committee did a great job to accommodate members. As of now, there are 738 members which is a small number. The AFTCA has been too dependent on sponsorship money to operate. These memberships will help this organization grow and hopefully become self-sustaining. Beginning July 1, 2016 the definition of “participate” stated in the by- law pertains to any handler, owner(s) or kennel name listed on the registration papers with the American Field must be an individual member to enter and participate in any AFTCA event excluding youth trials.
Frank LaNasa reported on the website stating it has been very frustrating working with the contracted web company Peacock without the desired results. This past year the executive committee voted to contract AFTCA member, Chris Mathan’s design firm, The Sportsman’s Cabinet to develop a new responsive, CMS website. Secretary Huffman will be able to communicate through the website much more easily and effectively. The goal is to have it up and running by mid-September.
President Hansen addressed the group with the upcoming 100 year anniversary of the AFTCA in 2017.He stated the board had given him permission to order 200 beautiful knives to celebrate with and sell to the public.
It was noted John Milton of Region 16 will be retiring from the AFTCA. He was a past President and has been on the board of trustee’s since 1999. President Hansen commended and honored Mr. Milton with all due respect and thankfulness for all he has contributed to the AFTCA.
Nominating committee chairman Gary Winall presented the following candidates for trustee by region:
Region 2, Dr. Hunter Wilcox; Regis Linn; Region 3, Johnny Atkinson; Region 4, Ray Wheeler; Region 7, Ray Black; Region 8, Preston Trimble; Region 14, Lou Qualitere. There were no nominations from the floor. A motion was made by Rick Stallings and seconded by Jim Crouse to accept nominations by acclamation. All were in favor.
Tony King presented the last item of business, the breed club report. At the annual meeting, the board of trustees voted to elect two more Trustee’s at Large to represent their breed clubs. Mark Johnson was voted in to represent the Viszla clubs and Mike Ethridge was voted in to represent the German Shorthair clubs. Dr. Bob Rankin will remain as Trustee at Large to represent the Brittany clubs and Don Beauchamp remains a trustee and represents the Red Setter clubs. The breed committee can now go to work and reach out to these different breeds hopefully get them involved with the AFTCA.
President Hansen adjourned the meeting at 5:55 PM.