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A brother sister mating from which a bitch was again put back to the sire produced this dog. Like the rest of the litter he is bursting with health and vitality and hes slightly bigger than both of hi

my old bitch bred like that she thrived on lots of stick n the stronger the hares the better for her. 

What if it doesn't need improving? What if you have everything you want and need in your animals.  I heard a well respected terrierman say if you take a pint of milk and add a spoonful of shite w

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1 minute ago, bobby2 said:

There you go brother x sister first them mother and son I had a dog her out of spike he was his sire grandsire and great grandsire and he was a real thing 

Spike was a very good alrounder sg had some very good dogs duke clogg a 5/8 who to be fair was probably under used but again a good  alrounder but not in spikes league spike as did duke ended up in Ireland on stud duties this is were spike lined otter at sq s 

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4 minutes ago, Blackmag said:

Spike was a very good alrounder sg had some very good dogs duke clogg a 5/8 who to be fair was probably under used but again a good  alrounder but not in spikes league spike as did duke ended up in Ireland on stud duties this is were spike lined otter at sq s 

All the best stuff out of that family (wouldn't call it a line) came out of the tight bred stuff. And what wasn't excellent was borderline 'nuts'. There was also a couple of 'oddities', one I remember being a hermaphrodite, though that didn't stop it being a 27" stunner, fast and iron hard. Things like that just went with the territory back then...

No point overthinking it, if the tight stuff worked and worked well then just go with it...

Back when I had them, that's what I planned to do. Sure, i'd have to bring new blood in at some point but that, i'm fairly certain, would of been well down the road and I could of lived with producing the odd freak for the greater good..🧐

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1 hour ago, Blackmag said:

Wasn't that what you said when stags were mentioned .I have a feeling that you haven't been around many bull xs .mc there's many various xs doing a good job a good dog is a good dog and not all  or most are coursing bred 

i seen stacks over the years blackmag some good seasons hunting from some but none id personally kennel me self mate

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10 minutes ago, Bosun11 said:

All the best stuff out of that family (wouldn't call it a line) came out of the tight bred stuff. And what wasn't excellent was borderline 'nuts'. There was also a couple of 'oddities', one I remember being a hermaphrodite, though that didn't stop it being a 27" stunner, fast and iron hard. Things like that just went with the territory back then...

No point overthinking it, if the tight stuff worked and worked well then just go with it...

Back when I had them, that's what I planned to do. Sure, i'd have to bring new blood in at some point but that, i'm fairly certain, would of been well down the road and I could of lived with producing the odd freak for the greater good..🧐

i’m surprised the radge pots didn’t put the hermaphrodite to its self 

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10 minutes ago, Bosun11 said:

All the best stuff out of that family (wouldn't call it a line) came out of the tight bred stuff. And what wasn't excellent was borderline 'nuts'. There was also a couple of 'oddities', one I remember being a hermaphrodite, though that didn't stop it being a 27" stunner, fast and iron hard. Things like that just went with the territory back then...

No point overthinking it, if the tight stuff worked and worked well then just go with it...

Back when I had them, that's what I planned to do. Sure, i'd have to bring new blood in at some point but that, i'm fairly certain, would of been well down the road and I could of lived with producing the odd freak for the greater good..🧐

Do you remember big Dan bosun iron hard but would retrieve rabbits back to hand live like most from that family shame you never took anything from ox .

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Just now, Blackmag said:

Do you remember big Dan bosun iron hard but would retrieve rabbits back to hand live like most from that family shame you never took anything from ox .

Remember Dan well mate, arguably the best looking of of that family, certainly the biggest of the half x's.

Yer mate, it was a shame but things change... 🤷‍♂️

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2 minutes ago, mC HULL said:

radged

 crazy 

Not a phrase used round these ways. I always thought it meant angry...

No one was crazy MC, just keen... 😉

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2 minutes ago, Bosun11 said:

Remember Dan well mate, arguably the best looking of of that family, certainly the biggest of the half x's.

Yer mate, it was a shame but things change... 🤷‍♂️

I had a bitch out of spike like you say iron hard on teeth but bunny's live back to hand took them off her and put them on the ground run off like they never been caught at all 

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4 minutes ago, Bosun11 said:

Not a phrase used round these ways. I always thought it meant angry...

No one was crazy MC, just keen... 😉

I always say no reverse gear 

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4 minutes ago, Bosun11 said:

Not a phrase used round these ways. I always thought it meant angry...

No one was crazy MC, just keen... 😉

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seems to me like lads didn’t have much access to stock so thought they can just breed tight mate 

 

 

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2 minutes ago, Bosun11 said:

Remember Dan well mate, arguably the best looking of of that family, certainly the biggest of the half x's.

Yer mate, it was a shame but things change... 🤷‍♂️

 

2 minutes ago, Bosun11 said:

Not a phrase used round these ways. I always thought it meant angry...

No one was crazy MC, just keen... 😉

And nearly all dogs were  well worked and well mannered and good to say retrieve was natural I remember custard the 1st one what a bitch she was wasn't Molly  lined to spike which produced Kelly then ned ect 

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