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Opinions on the Norfolk lurcher?

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2 hours ago, Bosun11 said:

Yep, Aubrey Fryer used to advertise Norfolk/Smithfields in Exchange & Mart back in the day.

Good few yrs ago .

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1 hour ago, Moocher71 said:

Good few yrs ago .Aubrey fryer

any body able to put the picture of Aubrey fryer and his Norfolk lurcher,thats in david hancocks book Lambourn, some good pictures of the lurchers that were about in those days in that book.

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1 hour ago, grompz said:

any body able to put the picture of Aubrey fryer and his Norfolk lurcher,thats in david hancocks book Lambourn, some good pictures of the lurchers that were about in those days in that book.

 

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21 hours ago, Moocher71 said:

 

Busher have you ever kenneld one of Geoff b dogs, if not have you see any work .?

i ask because a lot of folk to quick to jump on band wagon calling next mans stuff .and if you can not answer yes to the above then how on earth can you call them sh@t.

i don't like the man ,but the dogs I've seen from his line tick all the boxes .

like to hear from lads who have run them ,

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spme yrs when Burrell not long out a life long friend a mine acquired two different yrs not same time ,the tan black blue saddled back was down right crazy ,the brindle he acquired struggled ta catch a coney,.they got a be better now he introduced coursing blood plus platts deerhound blood ,thing his it won't be Burrell breeding these ,he just refers folk on its like a club of a good few that keep the type ,I have no doubt there will be some good uns about ,they probably back on track has they were in the seventies .real lookers though seen a few modern lines they breed and they look ta be either collie deerhound grey type and some beddy deerhound grey type with that look of beardie or Picardy or both mixed in .this the the thing mixing these types tomorrow yesterday or fifty  yrs back ,they throw an indistinguishable type phenotype replicas.atb bill

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Ted Walsh's dogs looked of a Norfolk type too. Very similar to Ivor Lee's dogs.

Darbo/anyone put up the pictures of his in L&LD's books?

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A guy I used to work for had a dog that was meant to be a Norfolk spit of the dog in the pic big ole hairy thing and was good on all edible iam a dry stone Waller so this thing was with me everyday for about 8 year and in that time it put some game to bed

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