Some dogs seem to develop young, do a lot of winning and then disappear from the field trial scene for a variety of reasons. In Wild Apple Jack’s case his five championship wins and one runner-up championship placement have come over a long and limited career. Long in that he won the Grand National when he was three and has continued to garner placements up until last spring when he won the Southern New England Woodcock Championship at age 8. Now at nine he’s received his fifth bid to attend the Grand National Grouse and Woodcock Championship. His career has been limited by the fact that he’s been run primarily by me and never been on the truck of a pro that would have most likely run him in many more championships.
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