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Tea Cup Ladies At The Field Trials!

The Tea Cups fly from Georgia to Wisconsin!!

Their first trial was at the Northeast Wisconsin Spaniel Club. Susan running Braker and Louise running Bonnie in the Amateur Stake. As always when the Tea Cups are around there is plenty of laughter, and Aha moments. Mostly laughing!!

Well, both ladies and dogs did a great job in the field. We and the judges had to remind them to stay on their course. They like to wander a bit!! In all we are so happy for them, they finished two series of this trial. They were still smiling as if they finished 3 series!!

Off they went back to Georgia!!


The Tea Cups drive up to Jackson, MI for the Southern Michigan Spaniel Club Field Trial.

At this trial Susan is running our dog Dudley. She broke Braker, just kidding.. Braker is young so we do not want to over run him in the field trials. Louise is back and running Bonnie.

Again, more laughing and Aha moments!! Dudley was like great game on Susan!!

I will not bore you with the play by play of their run but I will say it was pretty awesome in the 2nd series the gals were brace mates. To see both of these ladies going down the field together just warmed my heart. So you guessed it, they finished the second series, but not called back to the 3rd.. Again, they were smiling with excitement! Now it's time to go Grouse hunting with the Tea Cups, their spouses and the rest of the Tea Cup gang!!

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