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5 minutes ago, Balaur said:

Do you breed on the basis of a litter or the individual dog? Is the litter too varied in size and shape to give you what you want. Does adding another stud add more variety or will it level it all out? Could you breed within the litter? I like kevs bitch plenty of drive and pace and only asking out of interest never bred dogs in my life.

I've never bred a litter either Joe, always bought in...

I like this dog a lot, as you know, and you know the dog I would put over her too..(If it ever happened), but those are the question I ask myself...as you say from John's bitch to Walshies dog there was some difference in size, although most the temperament seems sound (like the mother??)...

I suppose my thoughts are based on watching Fergie over the last 4 years, plus watching the potential stud since a pup....but you're right is it right to breed off that alone?

I've never seen Whins dog, Rex go (Fergies sire), but heard good things...and not just from Whin lol....

I suppose if it ever happens, at least they have both seen some work...

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1 minute ago, NEWKID said:

I've never bred a litter either Joe, always bought in...

I like this dog a lot, as you know, and you know the dog I would put over her too..(If it ever happened), but those are the question I ask myself...as you say from John's bitch to Walshies dog there was some difference in size, although most the temperament seems sound (like the mother??)...

I suppose my thoughts are based on watching Fergie over the last 4 years, plus watching the potential stud since a pup....but you're right is it right to breed off that alone?

I've never seen Whins dog, Rex go (Fergies sire), but heard good things...and not just from Whin lol....

I suppose if it ever happens, at least they have both seen some work...

As for the stud we know what he can do so you don't question the fact I guess it's because we know most the litter variables we think about it even. Temperament is king and they're all welcome amongst the kids . 

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16 hours ago, Igz said:

Here’s mine. Never got him as a pup like you lads but I’ve put lots of time into him. Out grafting him 4,5,6 even 7 nights a week at one stage. Think he’s learnt me more than I’ve learnt him as only got into the dogs a few years back but what a great first dog he’s been for me. Great temp and drive. Brilliant in the kennel, haven’t heard a moan out of him in the 2 1/2 years I’ve had him apart from when we’re on our way out and I’m getting the lead hel have a little howl. 

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I've been  out with this dog a fair few times saw him put some gear away he is a big old dog bit big for me but that's just me personally the dog can move and can turn brilliant temperament and for igz dog he's done well 

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Here's Max, turned out about 29tts. Slimmer build compared to some of the other dogs from the litter.

Being honest, he's not doing what he was got for. Been given plenty of chances. Gets in close really quickly then just tucks in behind them an follows them to the hedge/wood. I think the fast rabbits are more 'his thing'

Apart from that, he's a lovely dog lol. Great with the ferrets, kids and other dogs. He's got a brilliant temperament, just not as much 'fire' in his belly as i was used to!

He was pretty slow to mature though so who knows, maybe this season is his chance to shine!

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2 hours ago, NEWKID said:

I've never bred a litter either Joe, always bought in...

I like this dog a lot, as you know, and you know the dog I would put over her too..(If it ever happened), but those are the question I ask myself...as you say from John's bitch to Walshies dog there was some difference in size, although most the temperament seems sound (like the mother??)...

I suppose my thoughts are based on watching Fergie over the last 4 years, plus watching the potential stud since a pup....but you're right is it right to breed off that alone?

I've never seen Whins dog, Rex go (Fergies sire), but heard good things...and not just from Whin lol....

I suppose if it ever happens, at least they have both seen some work...

Like you ive never bred a lurcher myself as had others i could allways get a pup off and ive mainly kept dogs but im starting to wish i had. You only relise quite how good they were when there gone and your trying to replace them with stuff that hasnt had half the stick or time put in. if ya fancy it do it would be my advice.

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45 minutes ago, johnny boy68 said:

Jose......she threw to the whippet compared to some.

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Always looked like a speed machine John.... need to get her down here this season for a few runs, we've talked about it enough!! Lol

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19 minutes ago, bullmastiff said:

Here's Max, turned out about 29tts. Slimmer build compared to some of the other dogs from the litter.

Being honest, he's not doing what he was got for. Been given plenty of chances. Gets in close really quickly then just tucks in behind them an follows them to the hedge/wood. I think the fast rabbits are more 'his thing'

Apart from that, he's a lovely dog lol. Great with the ferrets, kids and other dogs. He's got a brilliant temperament, just not as much 'fire' in his belly as i was used to!

He was pretty slow to mature though so who knows, maybe this season is his chance to shine!

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Nice one Luke, hope you're well mate.... only a short trip but he was good around the holes the morning we had a mooch with the ferrets, caught a bolter well too....

I know you were getting a tad frustrated, the offers still there for this season to.have a run with Fergie.... I reckon he'll come good.. 

 

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10 minutes ago, C.green said:

Like you ive never bred a lurcher myself as had others i could allways get a pup off and ive mainly kept dogs but im starting to wish i had. You only relise quite how good they were when there gone and your trying to replace them with stuff that hasnt had half the stick or time put in. if ya fancy it do it would be my advice.

I think I may over think it all mate...

I'm sure there would be enough decent lads wanting a pup, not bothered about money if I was breeding for myself anyway... She's a from a litter of 13, that's a bit daunting!! Lol

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i would of liked to of had 1 from this litter, but timing wasn't right at the time.....every pup I've seen from this litter has an exceptional temperament  around people and kids,same as the dam Mist.,all made a good size with speed for anything.....and it seems everyone's happy and working with what they got👍fair play to Haymin in finding them all good homes,because it wasn't a small litter that's for sure 👍

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3 hours ago, NEWKID said:

Always looked like a speed machine John.... need to get her down here this season for a few runs, we've talked about it enough!! Lol

Cheers Kev. Definitely next season.

Typical Liverpool fan 😂

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5 minutes ago, johnny boy68 said:

Cheers Kev. Definitely next season.

Typical Liverpool fan 😂

Lol.....there's always next season...lol

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3 hours ago, NEWKID said:

Nice one Luke, hope you're well mate.... only a short trip but he was good around the holes the morning we had a mooch with the ferrets, caught a bolter well too....

I know you were getting a tad frustrated, the offers still there for this season to.have a run with Fergie.... I reckon he'll come good.. 

 

Yep, we're all good now. Life's finally settled down and let us catch our breath!

I live 'hope eternal' that he suddenly comes good!  At least we've got a friend with a promising bitch that comes over to put some food in the freezer! lol. His bitch running with Max seems to work.

More than willing to head down. Just give me a shout when your free. 👍

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The sire to haymins bitch is the same sire to my bitch and loads of dogs up here in scotland and it passes on a great temprement to his offspring  whins dog rex was the sire to theses dogs was it not 

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1 hour ago, nothernlite said:

The sire to haymins bitch is the same sire to my bitch and loads of dogs up here in scotland and it passes on a great temprement to his offspring  whins dog rex was the sire to theses dogs was it not 

Yes that's right mate, Rex was the sire... I didn't realise you had a bitch out of the same sire as Jims Mist.... do you know the breeding of that dog?

The temperament thing is right, she is steady as they come around pretty much anything and anyone...

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