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Subject: Another great Red Setter Passes on

Deb Faze, Editor The Flushing Whip
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Date Posted: 21:00:42 12/07/09 Mon
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The previous message was about the death of a magnificent Red Setter, Ch Rock the World. She was an 8x NRSFTC Champion and 8x RU NRSFTC Champion as well as KY Open Shooting Dog Champion and a 4x High Performance winner. But more than anything,she was the beloved pet of Tim and Kris Hammons.
Today I learned that another great red dog had passed on. Ch Prosper died on December 2nd at 15 years of age. "Jimmy" had a long competitive career amassing a total of 85 placements including 6 championships and 6 runner-up championships. His most notable win was the Region 2 Am Shooting Dog Championship in 2001.
In the past few months, our club has lost some very notable red setters. Here are a couple more names that come to mind besides Rock the World and Prosper; the Colmores lost Hollywood, the Edwards lost Diddle and Come Back Shag Dancer and Chris Hall lost Gracie.... I'm sure, unfortunately there are many many more. Some red setters been great multiple champions. Other have simply been champions of our hearts. But all were loved, cherished and will truly be missed!
In the Feb March issue of the Whip, I'd like to pay tribute to dogs loved and lost. Have you lost a dog you'd like me to include? Please send me whatever information you feel is pertinent and any pictures you have. If possible, please send pictures and material via the internet to: flushingwhip@yahoo.com
If you would rather send the picture via US mail, I will scan and immediately mail back. Mail your material to:
Flushing Whip
5630 State Road at Red Setter Run
Kingsville, OH 44048
Please honor the dogs who served you so well-- in field trials, hunting venues, in your home and at your feet. Honor those who honored you. I hope to hear from you.

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