Super Stakes Jr. and Sr. Final Three

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Junior and Senior “Final” Three

Aurora, KY - The PKC Super Stakes Championships are down to three pups in each age division after an exciting week of competition that saw some of the highest scored by puppies in this area for some time. Light rain fell throughout the early evening hours Sunday as the semifinalists took to the west Kentucky timbers in search of PKC gold. Here are the pups that survived two rounds last night and will hunt for the big bucks tonight:


Clear Lake Rex
David Blake, owner/handler

CH Heart Attack
John T. Treadwell, owner
T. John Treadwell, handler

CH Wipeout Willie
Glenn Scott, owner/handler


Pine Ridge Chic
John L. Gossett, owner/handler

SCH Iron Mike Tyson
McNeil or McKenzie or Morris, owners
Loyd Morris, handler

CH Flat Rock Train
Billy Burden, owner
Bobby Burden, handler

Saturday night at the Super Stakes Championship saw six casts of “babies” taking to the woods. The Final Four elected to hunt with the following results:

1st – Sue
Nelson Ashby, owner/handler

2nd – Flic
Troy Ferrari, owner/handler

3rd – Kitty
Winston Aron, owner
Chad Wheat, handler

4th – Bravo
Lance Merchant, owner/handler

Play by Play coverage of the Junior and Senior Championship final casts will air at 7:00 PM CDST on Monday night, live from the Tennis Center at the PKC World Hunt.

PKC – The major league of coon hunting.

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