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Fox And Rabbit Control In Ireland 2014

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2014 DVD started off good with a few nice single handed lifts on fox. Then 2 and 3 dogs, the lamping footage wasn't great. The digging was disappointing. Each to there own, I'm glad I got a copy and didn't pay for it lol. Lurchers Ireland your obviously very passionate about your dogs and your hunting. We are all the same, it was just an anticlimax imo. Atb.

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Hi I'm new to this site, as I have joined because I have took on a 10 month old greyhound x saluki x bull. My step dad use to take me out as a kid, were we could kill foxes and big ears back then. I'm 33 and had a good 10 years away from hunting. I have took my dog on lamp with my mates dog, but he was too interested in the dogs, then the rabbits. I slipped him on a sitter but he run over it. The past few mornings I have been takeing him local nothing major roundy sides due to mixi. But he had had a few courses. He don't put full effort on his running just a fast jog he does. Now Iv been told just to let him be a puppy. And not make him chase rabbits as he looks as its a game. I need some advice if u could lads on what to do. I don't no how to up load a pic but he stands at 24 inch. And is a really good looking dog. Thanks for takeing time to read this. And I would appreciate your advice thank you

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Hi I'm new to this site, as I have joined because I have took on a 10 month old greyhound x saluki x bull. My step dad use to take me out as a kid, were we could kill foxes and big ears back then. I'm 33 and had a good 10 years away from hunting. I have took my dog on lamp with my mates dog, but he was too interested in the dogs, then the rabbits. I slipped him on a sitter but he run over it. The past few mornings I have been takeing him local nothing major roundy sides due to mixi. But he had had a few courses. He don't put full effort on his running just a fast jog he does. Now Iv been told just to let him be a puppy. And not make him chase rabbits as he looks as its a game. I need some advice if u could lads on what to do. I don't no how to up load a pic but he stands at 24 inch. And is a really good looking dog. Thanks for takeing time to read this. And I would appreciate your advice thank you

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2014 DVD started off good with a few nice single handed lifts on fox. Then 2 and 3 dogs, the lamping footage wasn't great. The digging was disappointing. Each to there own, I'm glad I got a copy and didn't pay for it lol. Lurchers Ireland your obviously very passionate about your dogs and your hunting. We are all the same, it was just an anticlimax imo. Atb.

Totally agree the Lamping foxes by the wrecking crew from 10 yrs ago on you tube is clearer than yours from last year you need to invest In a new camera your obviously making a few quid out of it

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Baltinglass Lurcher Terrier & Whippet Show/Raceday

Qualifiers for 5 nations and Master Mcgrath

Digging Competition 10.30 am

 

Lurcher Ring 1. Lurcher Ring 2.

  1. Smooth dog over 23 1. Pups
  2. Smooth bitch over 23 2. Rough Coated dogs over 23
  3. Bull X dog 3. Rough Coated bitchs
  4. Bull X bitch 4. Rough/Smooth coated dogs under 23
  5. Collie X dog 5. Rough/Smooth coated bitchs under 23
  6. Collie X bitch 6. Hare lurchers
  7. Pairs 7. Veteran

Champion

Terriers

  1. Pups under a year
  2. Smooth coated Russell type dog
  3. Smooth coated Russell type bitch
  4. Rough coated Russell type dog
  5. Rough coated Russell type bitch
  6. Patterdale dog
  7. Patterdale bitch
  8. Lakeland fell dog
  9. Lakeland/Fell bitch
  10. Any Variation ,breed or crossbreed of terrier
  11. Pairs
  12. Veteran
  13. Champion

Whippet

  1. Whippet pups under a year
  2. Whippet dog
  3. Whippet bitch
  4. Working Whippet dog
  5. Working Whippet bitch
  6. Pairs
  7. Veteran
  8. Champion

Child handling classfor lurchers terrier and whippets

Ferret show, any type of working ferret

Raceing

Best pup in show

Best in show

  1. Whippet
  2. Lurchers elite Over 23 qualifier for Master Mcgrath
  3. Lurchers elite under 23 qualifier for Master Mcgrath
  4. Lurchers under 21
  5. Heavy Bull Cross
  6. Rough Coated lurchers
  7. Lurchers over 23
  8. Lurchers under 23

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