Bell sets record with Super Stakes win!

Category: 2004 News
Published Date Written by Super User

Aurora, KY – In an absolutely phenomenal performance, the Thunder’s Wild Tizzy female, owned by William Do uglas and Loyd C. Morris, both of South Carolina and handled by Avery Bell of Parsons, Tenn., scored 900 plus, 200 circle, and no minus to clinch the Senior Super Stakes Champion win tonight.

Hunting near Cadiz, Kentucky, the cast guided by Stephen Audas of Cadiz and judged by Steven Campbell of Castlewood, Virginia scored seven trees in the two-hour contest. Tizzy would have three first trees, a second and a third combined with four first strikes and a second on the tracks scored as plus. She had 200 circle on another tree and was deleted 200 for returning to her third tree of the night.

Lightning in the area took its toll on the Nowheres bitch out of Connecticut, the favorite by virtue of her $6,342.89 in earnings prior to this hunt. She scored second and second on the first coon and topped that with a first and first to run her score to 350 before committing the 15-minute rule violation. She would finish third in the contest and take home $7 thousand for the effort.

The performance by the crossbred hound sired by the late Bad Habit, owned by Krenson Kniphfer of Brooklet, Georgia and handled by Savannah, Georgia’s John Strickland would have been plenty to win most casts had it not been for the strong performance by the Tizzy bitch. Flyin’ Mann scored 500 plus and no minus, having three first trees in the contest. That’s a winning effort in most venues but then, this was no ordinary cast. Mann netted $10 thousand to Kniphfer and Strickland for his second place finish.

The big check of the night and the title of a lifetime went to the female sired by the well-known stud, Thunder’s Wild Clyde. Absolutely on fire, she treed a double after the contest was decided. Tizzy was bred by Rick Carmichael out of his Blewett Falls Viper female. For the effort, the win paid owners William Douglas and Loyd C. Mullins a $17 thousand check.

It was a great cast, one for the history books, and the score is likely to stand for a long time to come. PKC congratulates Avery Bell, a hunter that began in the Youth ranks of PKC and has become a strong player in major PKC events.

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