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Long Gone Daisey

Ch. Long Gone Daisey is the only dog in history to win all three wild bird futurities. Daisey won the International Cover Dog Futurity with broke work on both Grouse and Woodcock. Daisey won The North American Woodcock Futurity in Moncton, New Brunswick with finished manners on woodcock.

Daisey capped of this incredible streak by winning The coveted Grand National Grouse Futurity, again with finds on wild birds. Daisey won the Thomas M. Flanagan English Setter Cover Dog Award for the best cover dog derby in the US and Canada in the 2001-2002 season. Daisey placed in all three grouse regions as a puppy, placing in the Grand National Grouse Puppy Classic in Penn., the Michigan Grouse Dog Puppy Classic in Michigan and winning The International Cover Dog puppy Classic in Northern NH.

Daisey also placed in top flight wild bird competition as a derby, on a national scale. She won several times in Pa., and won the Black Ash Open Derby when she was the only dog in the stake to find and point a wild bird, and it was a single course trial and she ran in the middle of the stake!

She won the Beavertown Michigan Open derby with a grouse find. This is not to say Daisey was a great young prospect , but cannot win as an adult dog. In her first stake as an all age, Daisey won first with a great race and a find on a pair of grouse. In winning first that weekend she beat Agnes who was second, and Nixon who was third. As an adult Daisey has won multiple shooting dog stakes on liberated and wild birds.

The future looks very bright for her. We are planning on breeding Daisey this winter. Daisey is by 5xCh. Grouse Ridge Reroy ex Ch. Long Gone Mittens. Reroy is a legendary producer, Mittens won championship titles on both wild and liberated birds. Mittens place in both the grouse and woodcock futurities also. Mittens is out of our North American Woodcoock Futurity winner, Long Gone Giggles.

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RECENT: Winner Region One Walking Shooting Dog Championship, Winner New England Open Grouse Championship.