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Dan Edwards

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Dan Edwards last won the day on March 18 2011

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  1. Yep in nature it don't pay to get hurt or injured in anyway.
  2. Whats left of em yes. He made it look easy. His daughter use to til the last 2 years. She just turned 7 and the miles have caught up to her. She still looks ok on the outside for the most part but she is not ok. I only ran her a couple times this last winter just to show her to a few guys but other than that she is pretty much retired. We just bred her to a grandson of Stitch. We shall see. What a beautiful gyp. Being sired by your Stitch out of a Jake daughter, man, what a performance bred girl to raise a few pups out of. If her mother was one of Jakes daughters was it out of my Timex gy
  3. Whats left of em yes. He made it look easy. His daughter use to til the last 2 years. She just turned 7 and the miles have caught up to her. She still looks ok on the outside for the most part but she is not ok. I only ran her a couple times this last winter just to show her to a few guys but other than that she is pretty much retired. We just bred her to a grandson of Stitch. We shall see. What a beautiful gyp. Being sired by your Stitch out of a Jake daughter, man, what a performance bred girl to raise a few pups out of. If her mother was one of Jakes daughters was it out of my Timex gy
  4. badger, That yella bitch on the box is a grand daughter of Jake that Neal Hardesty owned. I'm sure ya knew that but I just thought Id throw that out there.
  5. I really wish I had some of my old clips to show you. I think you would enjoy them much more.
  6. well you keeping the line tight Dan, and both good proven dogs, prob the best way to go .Do you ever out x to a pure greyhound , or a deerhound , more so the greyhound to had bit more speed , or do the stag line you keep hold enough speed with every generation . Just curious thats all Dan , as over its either lurcher x lurcher , or pure running dogs used greyhound, whippet, saluki, deerhound , back working breeds collies, terriers , etc I don't breed that often to be honest. I haven't really used any pure greyhounds that I can think of. My dad bred a field trial greyhound
  7. What's the black and tan with white points? He was a collie grey x Bull grey mate Ive often wondered why more folks over yalls way don't use them types. As an outsider lookin in it makes sense that they'd be good to go but I really don't know.
  8. This is the grandson of the Stitch dog over his daughter. Gonna be big b*****ds but its all we got so we make do.
  9. Id say it is dying out sorta but its a very slow death. There are plenty of youngsters runnin dogs. My 3 are out every weekend with me and I can name prolly at least a few dozen other families like that as well. I kinda screwed up your quote cuz I deleted too much of it and then forgot to respond to part of it. The drone video is not the standard at all. Take care
  10. Still got the hounds pal? Get some pics up if ye have please, none a you in ye dungarees tho haha Any hounds about now Dan? Yes I'm back into the hounds. I got out for a couple years but my dad kept the blood going so now I'm back at it pretty much right where I left off.
  11. He died the year before. Snapped his front leg in 2. Them kinda dogs are just too damn big and they always get hurt. Other than that he was a fine animal. Throat dog and had enough speed to catch most coyotes once he got rollin. Got too hot though but Ive noticed that in several lines and so have many of my buddies. Its just not just his line. We've ran into it hear and there over the years. I like the looks of that dog on the box in your above post. It's parts are in the right places and I like how it's muscles are laid out. She loos part July or something like that, is that the c
  12. I don't personally but sure folks use them here and there. They're not much good on coyotes though. Even the 3/4s are too slow to be of much use. My buddies that have fooled with em say they get fast enough when only 1/8th bulldog in em. I had one but he was not of much use. He was ok in the speed department but he wasn't much on the killin part. He did 1 single though so I was pretty happy with that. Over a short time though he softened up and then he pretty much quit. Coyotes bite very very hard and they make a lot of dogs quit. Its just all part of it. Edited to say that the one he did
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