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Re: CULT: Dykes winners, performing poorly

>  Brown Lasso is terrific and still tops as far as I'm
> >concerned.
> >>El, near Winnipeg, Canada, Z3
> Turning the topic around... but regarding how Dykes medals go... I
> think perhaps that  Larry Lauer's best was LEMON POP, an outstanding
> IB which grows, performs and is showy, as good as Brown Lasso, and I
> wish it had got the Dykes.   It believe it won the Sass Medal in 1996?
>    Go figure...
> Kitty Loberg
> Reg. 14

	LP was my choice every year of its eligibility.  Such a shame 
that the very best of the IB world was overlooked for a muddy TB, 
et. al. that weren't as good as LP.

	Walter Moores
      Enid Lake, MS USA 7/8

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