From this story in the Memphis Commercial Appeal:
_When Ike Todd's dog, Touch's Whiteout, finished its three-hour run at Ames Plantation last Saturday morning, it had already been credited with six solid finds. But the dog was out of sight of the judges when the three hours expired -- and when the dog was located by its handler, it was pointed yet again. That qualified as its seventh find, and it was enough to put the dog over the top at the National Championship for Field Trialing Bird Dogs.
_"The judges asked me did I see my dog at the three-hour mark, and I had to admit that I did," said Todd, a Somerville resident who serves as co-owner and handler of the dog with Indiana resident Keith Wright. "They said to go pick him up, and I rode in there just that quick hoping not to lose him." But when Todd found the dog, he was pointed. "There he stood pointed just right around the corner," Todd said. "He was having a good run. He hadn't pointed anything but birds to that point, so I really didn't think he would start going bad on me then. I was confident it was another bird."