Joanne Wilbanks ◊ 111 E
114th Ter, Kansas City, MO 64114 ◊ (816) 304-4515 ◊ Established 1994
|Will has been running Field Trials for over 16 years and
his pride and joy has been having the opportunity to train, trial, be on
the line when receiving both field titles, qualify for 4 nationals, being
a finalist at the 1999 Amateur National in McCall, Idaho and
receiving the double-header wins with FC-AFC Trumarc's Too Hot To Handle
"Lucy". Will is a Field Trial judge and has used several different
types of judges sheets over the past several years and has always looked
for the perfect waterproof and tear resistant judges sheets.
|Joanne has been running Hunt Tests for 15 years and just
started running Field Trials in 2005. Her very first All-Age stake
was an Owner-Handler Amateur in May 2005 and she received "Third Place" with
Candlewoods Ruler Of the Sky QAA "Zeus". She has titled several Hunt
Test dogs and has just retired Too Hot To Be A Shady Lady MH "Dolly".
She has a young dog River Hills Shell B "Shelby" that just started running
the Qualifying. Unfortunately Shelby passed due to cancer in June 2013. She has been the Field Trial
Secretary for about 18 years and also was the Hunt Test Secretary for about 5
years for the Kansas City Retriever Club. Joanne has judged several Hunt Tests and may someday get the chance to judge a Field Trial.
FC-AFC Trumarc's Too Hot To Handle "Lucy" -
4/11/90 - 7/15/03
|Lucy had 49 Derby Points and was #3 on the Derby List in
1992. Lucy had 82.5 All-Age Points, a Double-Header Winner,
Qualified for 4 Nationals and was a 1999 Amateur National Finalist.
The picture below of Lucy was taken less then 4 months before her passing.
These are her placement ribbons with the front 4 blues are her
double-header wins. The lone green one in front is her National
Finalist ribbon. Lucy won her first Derby April 19, 1991, just 8
days after turning 1 year old and it was only her second Derby. Her
last All-Age placement was March 31, 2002 with a 4th Place in the Amateur
at the Topeka Retriever Club. Then just two weeks later, Lucy was
retired April 13, 2002 at the Kansas City Retriever Club's Spring Field
Trial at 12 years of age.