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1 hour ago, tatsblisters said:

I heard he got the luke dog for the price of a pint after it pulled up on an hare. I had a first x out of him bred by a lad in Bacup about 1990.

I had  first cross from him about the same time but from Ginger in Golden Valley, couldn't find the place on the map, borrowed mother's Chrysler Sunbeam cos it was better/newer than my Marina van lol 

Cheers, D.

 

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A line is only worth its name if it used extensively,...poor performers need to be removed and young stock should only be offered to men that can enter them sensibly, and test them to the full over a

Got to laugh...pulling up threads from 10 yrs back ...in the hope some mug blows some smoke up his arse🙈 If he was the real deal...then he wouldn't of had a 10 yr break... dogs are a way of life

Has anyone else noticed that nipples seem to be in fashion? Spent a few hours in Newcastle today and it was quite bizarre the number of lasses walking about not wearing a bra. Hasn't got anything to d

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28 minutes ago, dytkos said:

I had  first cross from him about the same time but from Ginger in Golden Valley, couldn't find the place on the map, borrowed mother's Chrysler Sunbeam cos it was better/newer than my Marina van lol 

Cheers, D.

 

A mate had one of them he used to beg everyone’s waste oil for it coz as fast as you poured it in it would leak out 😂feck times were hard under thatcher 😂

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4 minutes ago, Loton Moocher said:

A mate had one of them he used to beg everyone’s waste oil for it coz as fast as you poured it in it would leak out 😂feck times were hard under thatcher 😂

I had a lical garage put me a new/sh engine in mine cost about £250 all in lol 

Cheers, D.

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58 minutes ago, dytkos said:

I had  first cross from him about the same time but from Ginger in Golden Valley, couldn't find the place on the map, borrowed mother's Chrysler Sunbeam cos it was better/newer than my Marina van lol 

Cheers, D.

 

Great motors D lol bet the dog was faster and more reliable 🍺

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8 hours ago, shaaark said:

So these bowline dogs go back to the 70's?

 

1 hour ago, shaaark said:

I'll ask again, do these bowline dogs go back to the 70's?

3rd time lucky?

Do these bowline dogs go back to the 70's?

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16 hours ago, Rudeboy 1 said:

Ok here is the plan im using a purebred  coursing  whippet  bred with the BOWLINE bloodline  in its breeding ingredients  i will then  put him to carefully selected well-balanced TICO Irish bred coursing greyhounds  in order to produce  an end product a genuinely bred longdog/hybrid  with the tattooed initial CW in the left ear exactly as I did with my initial breeding project back in the 70s 80s and early part of the 90s.Now then it will only be the half bred and three quarter bred hybrids  for it then  becomes  an end product  ...finito!!!y yours in sport carl Williams BOWLINE longdogs. 

Shaark the above was posted by Rudeboy, I'm sure he wont mind me posting it

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23 minutes ago, baker boy said:

Shaark the above was posted by Rudeboy, I'm sure he wont mind me posting it

Thanks b b, I'm just trying to ascertain whether he's really saying the original 'bowline' dogs go back to the 70's.  👍

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5 hours ago, OldPhil said:

A line is only worth its name if it used extensively,...poor performers need to be culled ruthlessly and young stock should only be offered to men that can enter them sensibly and test them, to the full over a few seasons,...otherwise, the phrase means nothing...👍

I've bred a few pups and I could have bred and sold/gifted dozens,.but as a commercial breeder of lurchers once told me, " Phil, you will never make a dog breeder because you ask too many questions, of a prospective customer"...I rated his remarks as a great compliment....😉

 

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I think you should concern yourself more about the ones you keep, because they are your selection. The stuff that goes out the door is that which you didnt think worth keeping. If you have to question prospective buyers then you dont know them, and will probably be lied to anyway.  

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15 minutes ago, jeemes said:

I think you should concern yourself more about the ones you keep, because they are your selection. The stuff that goes out the door is that which you didnt think worth keeping. If you have to question prospective buyers then you dont know them, and will probably be lied to anyway.  

Just sell the thing lol or gift them the cream rises and you can always use it in future 

I find it strange that a working man with working dogs thinks there to good for the common folk lol talking the high ground is what the rich a done for century's 👍

 

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