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If your going Stithians on Sunday, say hello, I'll be the old guy with a white lurcher, a black lurcher and a black terrier :D

 

Cheers, D.

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If your going Stithians on Sunday, say hello, I'll be the old guy with a white lurcher, a black lurcher and a black terrier :D

Cheers, D.

 

I'll be the one in the camo jacket

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If your going Stithians on Sunday, say hello, I'll be the old guy with a white lurcher, a black lurcher and a black terrier :D

 

Cheers, D.

Yeah Im going, big heavy brindle lurcher and a lemon foxhound pup.

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Nice to meet you mate, we got out yesterday morning for a couple of hours, nice morning

And you mate. So did we, absolute shite lol

 

Cheers, D.

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We met at 06.30. hounds went down the valley, we drove round to the opposite side, watched and waited, saw and heard nothing and as bit before 10 hounds were back in kennels

 

Cheers, D

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Pictures from Middleton Newcomers meet 22nd of October.

 

Excuse the terrible position on the jumping picture, keen horse!

 

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Pictures from Middleton Newcomers meet 22nd of October.

 

Excuse the terrible position on the jumping picture, keen horse!

If you saw me jumping a fence you'd realise what " bad position " really is, I'm generally hanging 'round my steed's neck with my feet dragging on the ground!

Kind comment thank you, bought the first picture I thought the scenery is it and the Autumn colours were stunning.

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Sorry to hear that you are having problems uploading your picture to the Talent Hunter website. This problem usually occurs when the photo is too large. Often times if you've downloaded your picture from a digital camera, or video camera the resolution of the picture is to large and it must be resized.

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