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Sheep dog trial at Faith

A U.S. Border Collie Handlers Association-sanctioned trial was held Aug. 13 at Faith, SD during the Stock Show and Centennial celebration. Fresh sheep, good handlers and dogs made it fine watching, as did the cooler weather.

The yearlings ewes for the event were fresh and worked hard in the first rounds, making it difficult to score well in the preliminaries. As the rounds progressed, though, they worked better and the dogs had good works on them.

In the Open Class, which is for professional handlers, there were 11 dogs worked. Winning the first and second rounds of the Open were Laura Hicks from Allen, SD, and her dog Jag, a seven-year-old male. The Open Final was won by Bud Boudreau from Red Owl, SD and his three-year old-female, Annie.

The Open Ranch Class was won by Barb Peck and her dog, Molly. The Nursery Class was won by Bud Boudreau and Snooz.

A U.S. Border Collie Handlers Association-sanctioned trial was held Aug. 13 at Faith, SD during the Stock Show and Centennial celebration. Fresh sheep, good handlers and dogs made it fine watching, as did the cooler weather.

The yearlings ewes for the event were fresh and worked hard in the first rounds, making it difficult to score well in the preliminaries. As the rounds progressed, though, they worked better and the dogs had good works on them.

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In the Open Class, which is for professional handlers, there were 11 dogs worked. Winning the first and second rounds of the Open were Laura Hicks from Allen, SD, and her dog Jag, a seven-year-old male. The Open Final was won by Bud Boudreau from Red Owl, SD and his three-year old-female, Annie.

The Open Ranch Class was won by Barb Peck and her dog, Molly. The Nursery Class was won by Bud Boudreau and Snooz.

A U.S. Border Collie Handlers Association-sanctioned trial was held Aug. 13 at Faith, SD during the Stock Show and Centennial celebration. Fresh sheep, good handlers and dogs made it fine watching, as did the cooler weather.

The yearlings ewes for the event were fresh and worked hard in the first rounds, making it difficult to score well in the preliminaries. As the rounds progressed, though, they worked better and the dogs had good works on them.

In the Open Class, which is for professional handlers, there were 11 dogs worked. Winning the first and second rounds of the Open were Laura Hicks from Allen, SD, and her dog Jag, a seven-year-old male. The Open Final was won by Bud Boudreau from Red Owl, SD and his three-year old-female, Annie.

The Open Ranch Class was won by Barb Peck and her dog, Molly. The Nursery Class was won by Bud Boudreau and Snooz.

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