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Lets See Them Whippets, Coarsing, Racing, Working

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I think it would be interesting to see pics of whippets bred along specific lines for one of the tasks above . Not a topic for "my line is better than yours" or what lines or breeders you dont like. I just think it could be a good topic if done right to get some sort of visual comparison ( height, bone, feet )of dogs of the same breed but bred down different lines for their specific tasks.

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This is my mates bitch, I've seen her have a good go at a few different quarry, and what a pleasure she is to be out with, got loads of drive and a very quick recovery rate

She's Mike brown bred from Sooty sam stuff about 20 inch tts with tight cat feet

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This is my mates bitch, I've seen her have a good go at a few different quarry, and what a pleasure she is to be out with, got loads of drive and a very quick recovery rate

She's Mike brown bred from Sooty sam stuff about 20 inch tts with tight cat feet

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Shes a very smart lookin bitch, very typical looking of that line from the ones ive seen. My own dog is from same lines, good wind, feet ,nose , drive and very trainable
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This is my mates bitch, I've seen her have a good go at a few different quarry, and what a pleasure she is to be out with, got loads of drive and a very quick recovery rate

She's Mike brown bred from Sooty sam stuff about 20 inch tts with tight cat feet

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Shes a very smart lookin bitch, very typical looking of that line from the ones ive seen. My own dog is from same lines, good wind, feet ,nose , drive and very trainable

 

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A friend of mines dog. Over 21" not sure of exact size. Coarsing lines. Good dog to mark, very high prey drive, but bit more indipendent minded. Longer and stronger in the body than some whippets . Has feet like a collie, cant ever imagine this dog springing a toe. Very good coat for a whippet and seems to have a thicker hide.

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Who bred that one brenner looks in great condition atb Flacko

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Noel sherry ( fallswater kennells ) nimrodel dog put over a minerock bred bitch

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image_zpskpoken74.jpg Putting up this for matty took it the other day when I was down enjoy 😃😃
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That looks a hell of a big whippet haymin - how tall?

sorry I thought it said on the top ie, whippets , coursing dogs ect do apologise 👍

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he is 14mnths and 21tts, has had a few rabbits but he has good racing lines so I have just started him racing and so far so good!

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Do you find a lot of the whippets yap when running quarry

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image_zpskpoken74.jpg Putting up this for matty took it the other day when I was down enjoy

is that whin back in the forty lol
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he is 14mnths and 21tts, has had a few rabbits but he has good racing lines so I have just started him racing and so far so good!

has he good feet on him, i hear people say some of the racing lines have bad or injury prone feet, but for all i know its just hear say. Kind of the reason i started this topic. I really want to see what these different types are like and hear from their owners about their good and bad pionts instead of a guy that knows a guy with racing whippets and cant wait to knock them. A.t.b bren..
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