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kentuck_ike

Rick Smith Seminar

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Anyone going to The Rick Smith Training Seminar at RJ'S Rooster Ranch this week end?

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Kentuck, Did you make this seminar. I really wanted to check it out but had prior obligations. A college friend of mine works at RJ'S. Adam

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Yes, My wife & I both took the seminar. It was awesome! If you ever get the chance to take one of Rick's seminars, I would jump all over it. I am hoping to go to an intermediate seminar next year. What is your friends name? did he help out at all last week end?

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I believe he did help out, his name is Rob Enedy. We played college football together. Adam

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yeah, Rob was there in fact he sat up most of the week end. His wife Angie & their daughter were there as well. Very nice people.

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Yep, Rob and Angie are both very nice. She was an athletic trainer while i was in college. In our younger days we all consumed mass amounts of beer together. Im glad the seminar went well, really wish I could of made it. Im looking at adding either a brit or GSP to my english pointer and could of really benefited from it. Adam

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