2012 #1 ALL Age GSPCA

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Brooks Carmichael
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2012 #1 ALL Age GSPCA

Post by Brooks Carmichael » Sun Mar 10, 2013 12:40 pm

NFC, FC, 2x Ch BDK's Choe's Jax of All Trades (Trey): Number 1, AA dog in GSPCA standings, Number 1 AA dog, AKC GSP's by dogs defeated. I want to thank Keith and Robbi Gullege for bringing him to this level. It could not have been done with out them.

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Re: 2012 #1 ALL Age GSPCA

Post by bhulisa » Mon Mar 11, 2013 11:32 am

Huge Congrats, Brooks!!! Great news :D

When are you coming out this way?? Trudi

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Re: 2012 #1 ALL Age GSPCA

Post by Echo Hill Kennel » Mon Mar 11, 2013 11:40 am

Wow, Great job nice to hear!

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Re: 2012 #1 ALL Age GSPCA

Post by doco » Mon Mar 11, 2013 3:58 pm

Congrat's to all. Sure wish I lived closer, I really enjoyed your (both you and the Gulledges) company at Booneville last year. Especially now that they have a new trailer. :lol: :lol:
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Re: 2012 #1 ALL Age GSPCA

Post by Middlecreek » Mon Mar 11, 2013 9:15 pm

What are we gonna do with these goofy fieldtrialers????

All Age dog of the year? All Age National Champion?.... What is that?

Answer:
It is the pinnacle, the apex, the king, the head honcho, the big man on campus. It's why we criss cross the country at all hours of the day and night pulling a trailer load of horses and dogs. It's why some are able to see the sun rise most every day of their lives caring for and working their charges. It's why we travel 14 hrs. one way to a trial with one dog to run, get picked up in 30 seconds for taking out a bird and all you can talk about on the long humble trip home is where the next trial is. It's driving all night, getting home at 4:00 in the morning from a trial after getting your butt whipped and unloading the horses just to saddle them up and turn loose a set of dogs. It's refusing to give up when your favorite dog leaves this world. It's sunburn, it's frostbite, it's being struck by lightning, it's being thirsty, its being soaking wet, it's having a soar a$$, it's being kicked in the face by a horse, it's getting thrown off your horse, it's cold nights in the trailer, it's getting blown off by your dog, it's thousands of miles behind the wheel.... and coming back for more loving every second of it. It's the new friends, the old friends, the new places, the comradery, the kids, the wives, the husbands, the lifestyle... it's the memories folks... It's all about the memories. It's the undescribable relationship between a man, a horse, and his dog. It's the culmination of countless hours of work, the blood, the sweat, and the tears of all those involved. It's the look in a dogs eye, the intensity on point, the tireless, efficiant, and effortless pursuit of game. It's the glory of a win, the agony of defeat, the dedication, the passion. Whether it is one of many or something you've worked 40 years for I can only imagine the feeling is the same. Congrats Brooks, Keith, and Robbi
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Re: 2012 #1 ALL Age GSPCA

Post by AHGSP » Mon Mar 11, 2013 11:38 pm

Middlecreek wrote:What are we gonna do with these goofy fieldtrialers????

All Age dog of the year? All Age National Champion?.... What is that?

Answer:
It is the pinnacle, the apex, the king, the head honcho, the big man on campus. It's why we criss cross the country at all hours of the day and night pulling a trailer load of horses and dogs. It's why some are able to see the sun rise most every day of their lives caring for and working their charges. It's why we travel 14 hrs. one way to a trial with one dog to run, get picked up in 30 seconds for taking out a bird and all you can talk about on the long humble trip home is where the next trial is. It's driving all night, getting home at 4:00 in the morning from a trial after getting your butt whipped and unloading the horses just to saddle them up and turn loose a set of dogs. It's refusing to give up when your favorite dog leaves this world. It's sunburn, it's frostbite, it's being struck by lightning, it's being thirsty, its being soaking wet, it's having a soar a$$, it's being kicked in the face by a horse, it's getting thrown off your horse, it's cold nights in the trailer, it's getting blown off by your dog, it's thousands of miles behind the wheel.... and coming back for more loving every second of it. It's the new friends, the old friends, the new places, the comradery, the kids, the wives, the husbands, the lifestyle... it's the memories folks... It's all about the memories. It's the undescribable relationship between a man, a horse, and his dog. It's the culmination of countless hours of work, the blood, the sweat, and the tears of all those involved. It's the look in a dogs eye, the intensity on point, the tireless, efficiant, and effortless pursuit of game. It's the glory of a win, the agony of defeat, the dedication, the passion. Whether it is one of many or something you've worked 40 years for I can only imagine the feeling is the same. Congrats Brooks, Keith, and Robbi
THIS right there^^^, is an absolutely EXCELLENT post and true to the word!

CONGRATS to all involved! It is no easy task and takes a ton of miles in both the saddle of a horse and the "saddle" behind the wheel; a lot of blood, a lot of sweat and a whole lot of tears! Job well done!
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Re: 2012 #1 ALL Age GSPCA

Post by Jagerdawg » Thu Mar 14, 2013 6:57 am

Way to go Trey!

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Re: 2012 #1 ALL Age GSPCA

Post by 1doogie » Sat Mar 16, 2013 8:15 pm

Congrats on a Job well Done! :D Lots of dedication there!!!

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