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Working Bedlingtons 2005

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Jack 2005. Bred from Rillington lines 14 Months old, 15" easily spannable.

 

Just wondering if anyone's discussing working bedlingtons these days?

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PIC00000000147-0007_zoom.JPG Yogi sire of Jack, 14" Tall getting on a bit in years..

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Jack 2005. Bred from Rillington lines 14 Months old, 15" easily spannable.

 

Just wondering if anyone's discussing working bedlingtons these days?

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usual end up as my dog is better tham your's or hybrids against pure stuff and it gets boreing after a while

 

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usual end up as my dog is better tham your's  or hybrids against pure stuff and it gets boreing after a while

 

Hybred

Guessed it might, I had a look at the posting on bedlington.co.uk seems to be some animosity in the bedlington world going back some years.

I've met a lot of the bedlington scene and get on with all, keep my opinions to myself.

I'm no history expert and don't even try to be there is or has been plenty of self representing 'experts' that can yarn of tales of Bedlingtons, some good some bad.

Not a breeding expert either, breed from workers get workers (if your lucky) outcross when you want, try and keep to a 'type' call them what you like but the essence of 'Working Bedlington' is still there.

I won't take sides on KC or Working lines as each to their own ( breeding lines, type, quarry, colour & coat inc) just wondering if anyone got any pics or good yarns of 'Working Bedlingtons'

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They look nice types, always fancied a bedlington as something different but never had the oppurtunity when it suited

 

Good luck with the young un

 

Celt

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Nice pics mate, I have a rillington bred dog myself, from dogs up north.

 

Reynard

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They look nice types, always fancied a bedlington as something different but never had the oppurtunity when it suited

 

Good luck with the young un

 

Celt

Cheers, I'll keep you posted on his progress, he self entered last Sunday worked a massive set appeared at most of the entrances, flew back in but to no avail nothin at home he's 'Keen' enough, works cover like a demon possesed.

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Greetings Swansea Jack! With a user name like that, I presume you're from the same part of S. Wales as myself? :D Do you do much with the rabbits or do you stick with Reynard?

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Greetings Swansea Jack! With a user name like that, I presume you're from the same part of S. Wales as myself?  :D Do you do much with the rabbits or do you stick with Reynard?

not much time for rabbits6-picture1.jpg This is Millie mainly Rillington lines.

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swansea where exactly are you from as thats my part of the world pm me if you rather ..... the reason i ask is cos only last week i was down the track and met up with some very well known terrier men and we were discussing the fact the nobody keeps bedlingtons for earth work around s, wales anymore .............

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Greetings Swansea Jack! With a user name like that, I presume you're from the same part of S. Wales as myself?  :D Do you do much with the rabbits or do you stick with Reynard?

 

hi Hywel do you have any beddys if so what do use them for i use mine just for rabbits

 

all the best Welshdragon

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