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N.D. Bird Dog Classic

August 18, 2013
Minot Daily News
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“Robyti,” a labrador owned by Doug Ness, Williston, left, captured first place in the flusher class at the recent North Dakota Bird Dog Classic Open held in Williston. “Anne,” an English cocker spaniel owned by Mark Entzi, Watford City, center, was runner-up. Third place went to “Miley,” a labrador owned by Wade Forsberg, Williston, right. A trio of German shorthaired pointers from Williston went 1-2-3 in the pointer’s class. First was “Stud,” owned by Josh Woodward; second “Toby,” owned by Joey Busch; and third, “Titus,” owned by Jarrin Larson. The Derby Class winner was “Moose,” a German shorthaired pointer owned by Chris Eversole, Williston. Runner-up was “Trinity,” a labrador owned by Kent Bickler of Tioga. Finishing third was “Turbo,” a German shorthaired pointer owned by Josh Woodward, Williston. Thirty-eight dogs were entered in the Aug. 11 event.
 
 
 

 

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