The Bluegrass got off to an early soggy start. The temperature hovered around 51F all day. (tomorrow is supposed to heat up to 71 and overcast)
The star of the day for us has to be Cy Peterson's Reba,
Louanne Twa's Bracken, run by Scott had a rough start to her run with a crossover and then she didn't listen very well. Scott decided to throw the run to make sure she'd settle down for her next run, and he went up the field to let her know he was unhappy.
Louanne Twa ran her littermate to Bracken, Craig, that Scott trained this winter.
June did a nice job although a little speedy but I don't think she ended up getting a qualifying run. We'll keep our fingers crossed for tomorrow.
Maid's run in the open was just crazy. Not that it was Maid's fault. She was actually keeping her head and staying smooth but she just had an insane set that ran as fast as they could, anywhere they could. She did her best to corral them but didn't get a single panel. She had a dicey but good shed and a pretty easy pen. With all the 60 and 70 scores, if she could lay down a good one in the next round. She could still have a chance of making the double lift.
Tomorrow I run Lad and Hemp in their first round of open and Scott runs Don. In addition, the nursery dogs will have another go and so will the Pro Novice dogs.
They are late getting the scores up but they will have them as soon as they can on: