Picking up where he left off in the spring, Rusean Hardman and his dogs, which he obviously spends some quality time with, ran the tables on the field. Coming in 1st, 2nd, and 3rd in the gun dog field. And its not like some very good dogs and handlers didnt give him some competition, it was close. The day started off warm and very humid, so humid the first brace was handicapped with fogged eye glasses from the start, speaking from experience. The second brace found us all in a good ole Oklahoma thunderstorm, complete with cant see 10 yards downpour, followed by some lightning driving us off the field with 10 minutes left. The dogs loved it. 30 minutes later when it cleared, the participants were asked if they wanted to return and finish their time. Nope, they had cleared all but one bird from the field and wasnt worth the effort, as they doubted that one really wet bird would be able to fly if found. Ha, The rest of the day was warming with a nice breeze drying things out. Warming enough that Gene Gray had a scare in the 6th brace when Duffus, his English Pointer, got the stagers with 4 minutes left in his brace. Being a really good dog, he had found two birds and was working hard when Gene noticed something off. He called him off and asked for help, as the dog was some 80 yards away, and his brace competitor, James Parnell was able to get a hand on him That quick work got Duffus some water and a ride quick to a water barrel. When last I talked with Gene, who left for home right after, Duffus was weak but recovering and booked for a vet visit on Monday. A serious heads up to the rest of us, hot temps and a early in the season hard run, can get a hard driving dog, heck any dog, in real trouble fast. You need to know your dog and keep a close watch, or they will run themselves to death for us. The Puppy field was its usual close match with 1st, new member Tanner Rhodess Dot, getting 4 birds, 2nd place, James Parnells Pudge with 3, and Rusean Hardmans Ruby also with 3 birds. The difference between 2nd and 3rd was 7 seconds to the first find, with Larrys Naass Gunner finding his first bird 33 seconds after that for 4th. That is some great puppy work, cant wait to see them go head to head in the big field. Congrats to Tanner on your first trial, I think Dot might be a keeper. A close inspection of the scoreboard will reveal an anomaly, Glenn Almy in the 5th brace scored a with 3 fulls, but is not noted as coming in 4th. If you look closely you can see that no time to the first find was noted. The story was that Hoss struck a beautiful back on his bracemates point about 5 minutes into the run. When collared by Glenn and sent on his way with some good dog comments, he took off at speed and the judge had to move with him to keep him in sight. Some yards later he hit a majestic point and held it till Glenn was able to walk up and flush that bird, and although puffing hard, got the job done. The judge was really in awe of Hoss, who looked like a statue in that prairie grass, and was fumbling with his wet phone camera and failed to note the time. Another bird was found several hundred yards later and again the hunting partners got the job done. With Glenn commenting that, see I told you I was better on birds than those dang clay pigeons at the Gun Club. Things slowed down as both were feeling the heat and hard work, when with 29 minutes 47 seconds into the 30 minute brace, ole Hoss slammed to a rock solid point. Glenn was informed by the judge about the amount of time he had to produce a bird, once the 30 minute time limit was reached, confirm this amount of time by checking out the Gun Dog rules on the web site, and again they got it done. Due to the judges error, in not noting the time to the first find, the scoreboard is not correct. Since his bracemate went on to collect 3rd place, and since Glenn is 84 years young, and justifiably proud in sharing that he was cleared as cancer free by MD Anderson in Houston last weekend, after giving up most of a lung, I am making a judgement call and awarding him 4th place. Any objections will be handled in person with the judge, Bob Dorn It was a beautiful Oklahoma fall day with rain, thunder and lightning, and sunburns. Thanks to all the members who volunteered to band and plant birds, judge puppies, run to pick up lunch, and do all the other things necessary to put on a quality field trial. The dogs had a great day. Thank you also to Purina our sponsor for the winners dog food and to the Oler family for allowing us to use this beautiful piece of Prairie. See you all on for the next go round.Read More ›
Covey Rise November A publication of the Tulsa Bird Dog Assn. President’s Corner With Doug Hardesty Why have so many men loved shooting and guns and dogs? Fascination with shooting has been a part of every generation of men since gunpowder. I suspect it stirred in me on those President Doug Hardesty early mornings when I was got out of my crib to watch my father leave for a day’s shooting, and in the evenings on his return, seeing and touching the quail he brought home. There was a setter named Ted whose dark, soft eyes peered into Secretary/Treas. mine and whose pink tongue washed my hands. Roy Marshall It is things like these that mark us as shooting men years before we are men. If I had grown to maturity without ever having killed a bird I probably could not have brought myself to do it. But how much poorer I would have been. Vice Presidents Keith Lindsey The non-shooter can’t know bobwhites or woodcock or Bob Dorn Jeff Jones Shane Bevel Dennis Drullinger Field Trial Chairman Keith Lindsay Webmaster Mike Hill www.tulsabirddogclub.org pheasants like the man who shoots. And who can comprehend a grouse who knows it only as the “large red-brown or graybrown chicken-like bird” of ﬁeld guides, who has never in recurrent dreams tried to swing a muzzle past a sailing grouse only to tug helplessly on a ﬂabby trigger that won’t discharge the gun? Pursuit of game birds link us with the past. The lines of an old gun have character that can’t be approached by the automatic plumbing that passes for a gun today. Names like Parker and Fox and Ithaca evoke images of locks engraved with oldfashioned setters and pointers that look as dated as the birds. We cherish blood in our gun dogs going back beyond what many of us know of our own. And we cling to old-time hunters and what they can tell us of another age; it seems that to have hunted in those days would have been ecstasy. From “By An Evening’s Fire” By George Bird Evans Meetings every fourth Tuesday at 7pm. Next Meeting November 22, Zarrow Regional Library W. 51st Street, Tulsa Okla. Treasurer’s Report With Roy Marshall Cash balance at September 30, Income for October Expenses for September Balance at September, Net Gain for September $ $ $ $ Sale Barn Brittany pups for sale!! Call Chuck Leaver at 2 - Classic Insulated weather resistant Kennel covers size large for Port a Kennel or Vari Kennel crates. Covers are new, have zippered windows and doors. List price $90, Sell for $50 each. Contact Mark Randell @ I have pointer pups for sale. 2 males 1 female $, Contact Austin Graham at or [emailprotected] TBDA Membership Application Mail to: Roy Marshall - P.O. Box - Tulsa, OK, Applicant’s Name: _______________________________________________________ Address: _______________________________________________________________ City:_________________________State:__________________Zip:________________ Phone:__________________________ Cell:___________________________________ Email Address:__________________________________________________________ Tulsa Bird Dog Association Annual Dues : $ Notifications PLEASE BE REMINDED THAT SMOKING IS NOT ALLOWED AT ANY TIME ON OUR FIELD TRIAL GROUNDS. With the current extremely dry weather conditions, it is very dangerous and a violation of our lease agreement. The setter rushes ahead, quartering left, then right. Searching desperately for the scent of the grouse flushed just minutes earlier at the crest of the hill. Behind, the hunter struggles to keep up, the barrels of his double gun still warm. The ring of the bell guides him, crashing and tearing through the brambles, hoping for yet another shot at the elusive grouse. As he arrives at the edge of the bog, the setter seems confused by the new terrain. Labrador tea and delicate late season flowers burst up through the bottomless peat bog. The temperature is slightly warmer. Tall evergreens cast a dark shade on the world. The air falls strangely silent as his boots seem to float across the giant sponge of vegetation and rot, a drastic difference from the crunch and crack of the newly fallen leaves of the autumn forest. Moving slower now, the setter crosses the bog, no larger than a small pond, from edge to edge. The peat still silent below the pads of his feet. Suddenly the perpetual motion of the dog stops staunch, a small evergreen at the tip of his flared nose. A moment passes and as the hunter approaches, the grouse flushes with the sound of distant thunder, a brownish blur through the forest. The gun ascends to the shoulder, the finger pulls the front trigger, and with a cloud of feathers, the bird folds and falls, landing softly in the peat. The hunter and the dog retrieve the soft feathered bird and with a word of praise, move on. The small bog is silent again. P.O. Box Tulsa, OK
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