Good contingent of local dog triallists head south

SOUTHERN CHAMPS: Allen Irwin (pictured) will have Chase and Buster in action again at the Tux South Island championships next month. They enjoyed success at the southern championships a couple of years ago. File picture

A strong lineup of Poverty Bay Centre dog triallists will head to Hanmer Springs and the South Island Championships next month.

The titles start on May 6.

Colin Bayliss will compete with four dogs - Colt, Bully, Pearl and Tahi.

Deano Brenssell will be there with Dome, Leo Edginton with Kim, Larry, Bert, Robert and Bully 11.

Henry Gaddum will have Tau, Ming and Fill in action, Noddy Halley will have Lad, Spike and Jade.

Anthony Hughes has enetred with Chop, Joe and Bully. Allen Irwin with Dot, Buster, Dan, Charlie and Chase.

Rob O’Sullivan will have Buster and Gus, Laurence Rau with Dixie, Andrew Savage with Gail, Ruby and Trump.

Sam Shaw will have Stream, Breeze and Shade. Jo Waugh with Guy, and Ned George will be there with Flo, Bruce, Pitch and Cribb.

A strong lineup of Poverty Bay Centre dog triallists will head to Hanmer Springs and the South Island Championships next month.

The titles start on May 6.

Colin Bayliss will compete with four dogs - Colt, Bully, Pearl and Tahi.

Deano Brenssell will be there with Dome, Leo Edginton with Kim, Larry, Bert, Robert and Bully 11.

Henry Gaddum will have Tau, Ming and Fill in action, Noddy Halley will have Lad, Spike and Jade.

Anthony Hughes has enetred with Chop, Joe and Bully. Allen Irwin with Dot, Buster, Dan, Charlie and Chase.

Rob O’Sullivan will have Buster and Gus, Laurence Rau with Dixie, Andrew Savage with Gail, Ruby and Trump.

Sam Shaw will have Stream, Breeze and Shade. Jo Waugh with Guy, and Ned George will be there with Flo, Bruce, Pitch and Cribb.

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