2013 National Redbone Days Saturday Nite Hunt Results
Posted on 07/07/2013 in Coonhounds.
Saturday, July 6
UKC Licensed Nite Hunt
MOH: Mark Baer
Total Entered: 78
Overall Hunt Winner: GR CH GR NITE CH ‘PR’ Copelands TN Sweet Ben, owned by Jessie Lee Copeland, handled by Ryan Fredrick, with three cast wins totaling 1,625+.
Overall Opposite Sex Hunt Winner: GR NITE CH Triple B Ragged Ridge Toadie, owned by Keith Bowling, handled by Austin Bowling.
Grand Nite Champion
1st: GR NITE CH Moonlight After Shock, RED, owned by Rodger Shabel of Decatur, Alabama, handled by Jesse Boley, 450+.
1st: NITE CH Hi-Styling Hank, TW, owned by Jimmy Burleson of North Carolina, handled by Frank Proctor, 800+.
2nd: NITE CH CH ‘PR’ Packer Creek Red Night Train, RED, owned and handled by Gerald Adams, 725+.
1st/High Scoring Black & Tan: Bad To The Bone Mr. Freeze, B&T, owned by Dean Miller and Tucker Stein of Berlin, Ohio, handled by Clay Stephens, 675+.
2nd/High Scoring Redbone Female: Halls Red Bee G, RED, owned and handled by Don T. Hall, 475+.
3rd: ‘PR’ Pigeon River Moonlight Jenny, RED, owned by Joe Maitland or Rex Griffith, handled by Joe, 450+.
4th: CH ‘PR’ Tree Rizin Guns-N-Roses, RED, owned and handled by Evan Kiko of Paris, Ohio, 437˝+.
5th: ‘PR’ Nacalu’s Mandy II, RED, owned and handled by Mark Lucas of Monroeville, New Jersey, 400+.
6th: L’s Cross Country Bear, RED, owned and handled by Richard Lambert of Birchwood, Tennessee, 325+.
7th: ‘PR’ Finley’s Tug River Randy, RED, owned by Ersie Finley of Mansfield, Ohio, handled by Steve Keener, 200+.
8th: CH ‘PR’ Payne’s Johnie, TW, owned and handled by Oliver S. Close of Neva, Ohio, 175+.
9th: ‘PR’ Collier’s Zipper, RED, owned and handled by Eddy Collier II of Danville, Ohio, 100+.
High Scoring Leopard: GR NITE CH CH Stampedes Camo Dazzle, owned by Curtis Elburn and Richard Worland, handled by Keith Emery.
High Scoring Walker: NITE CH 'PR' Hi-Stylin Hank, owned by Jimmy Burleson of Nebo, North Carolina, handled by Frank Proctor.
High Scoring English: GR CH GR NITE CH Pettit’s Bo, owned and handled by David Pettit of Green Castle, Indiana.