Cold Stream Chelsea II Finishes at Cullman
Feb. 26, 2018

Article by Lynette Coil

Congratulations Owners, Bob Connell and Raymond Brantner and Handler, Bobby Richardson on New Field Champion Cold Stream Chelsea II!

Cullman had opened with 18 15" Females on Thursday, followed by 16 13" Females, judged by Jewell Francisco and Diane Price.  They closed with 17 15" Males and 6 13" Males for a total of 57 entries for their trial.  Weather was beautiful the first two days with sunshine and temps in 70's and 80's and rabbits came good.  The dogwoods were in bloom, as well as daffodils and pansies were out.  The last day closed with rain off and on.  Judges Jewell and Diane brought back 8 Females for 2nd Series as follows:

1st Brace-Cold Stream Chelsea II and R and R Mallory

2nd Brace-Steeler Town Sprite(D-1) and Johnson's Treasure

3rd Brace-Sunrise Big Sis and Char-Line Momma Mia(D-2)

4th Brace Nejan Farm McKinley and Settle Line Honey Belle

The first two braces ran, 3rd brace was turned and 4th Brace ran, but there was no where to go.  3rd Series was R and R Mallory and Steeler Town Sprite and that was field trial!  We thank everyone who came and supported our trial.  Purina was fed at the trial and we thank Cullman for their hospitality.

Cold Stream Chelsea II had over 136 points and 2 Wins when she came to Cullman.  She ran like a champion and got her 3rd Win.  Bob and Raymond were very proud and happy when they got the call from Bobby Richardson.  Chelsea did a good job and is very deserving of her Field Champion title.

Cold Stream Chelsea II is sired by Carver's Bay D-Day and her dam is Bun-E-Line Billie Jean and Bob and Raymond are the Breeders, which makes Chelsea extra special.

Congratulations One and All and May You have Continued Success and Good Health! 

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New Field Champion Cold Stream Chelsea II after winning 13" Females at Cullman


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