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15 minutes ago, billhardy said:

She killed pretty much all for him she carries some old non ped whippet blood blended with ped plus a tiny touch a collie ta be fair she looks like a non ped has that what we see here has she filled out nice for him now she twoyr old atb bill

Good stuff liked the look on it why I asked

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I wonder how long they get out of those galgos  before they get career ending injurys, the ground they run on looks hard and unforgiving. 

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8 hours ago, billhardy said:

This slating with sandy and katchum been storing a good while black mag they both get it back from me sandy and his I yernet quotes diet etc katchum who believes no one else on the planet had. Atype staffs was full. Of kelpie xs also cattle dogsseems like unless tax an interlectual good at scriptures and your just a lay an that had no or little education other than the school. Of life am hunting jukels birds etc  there's lots could but they find it hard that there's men our there that loved and still. Breath there livestock day in day out da a good few decades but hey Ron with no jukel katchum waiting on his hit the ground sandy with mongrelisef greyhounds lol lol lol. Imr begging fa that sandy to ran me but he won't atb bill

Can you get me a Jukel ?

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17 hours ago, sandymere said:

For his next adventure Billy is off to espanol to show them forgieners how a 1/4 whippet does it on the long slips 😉

 

 

Looks very stony ground, would like to see what their feet looked like after that run. They must be a tough breed. 

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4 hours ago, Big Ron said:

Can you get me a Jukel ?

Ron what type you want a put this little pic up fa blacki atb bill

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I'm not keen on galgos, their running style, personalities and traits (as a stereotype) etc... but the one thing I can say from experience, is their feet are bomb proof. The ground they run is unforgiving.

Saying that though, we have dogs with feet just as strong. This idiot of mine will run at full speed up and down scree slopes after anything that moves. Sometimes comes back with a few minor knocks and scrapes, yet it never seems to bother him. He just carries on :laugh:

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3 hours ago, billhardy said:

Ron what type you want a put this little pic up fa blacki atb bill

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Nice that had 1 like it years ago bit more collie in it tho good rabbits bitch and odd hare and handful of foxes but at 19 inch it were only fair to lend a hand for the quarry sake 🙈

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57 minutes ago, Black neck said:

Nice that had 1 like it years ago bit more collie in it tho good rabbits bitch and odd hare and handful of foxes but at 19 inch it were only fair to lend a hand for the quarry sake 🙈

Ta be fair black I she a good starter type and some might say ,she handy round holes  there's a grey in her also her dam was a quarter grey non ped type,if using whippet blood either non ped or half xs types with grey his a massive advantage the speed difference counts hence easier for em on the coneys breeding em down keeping the pace I tempted take her ta a good non ped next year my mate has a good in few inches amd pounds heavier than her, breed back how they were I instead of just specialist type jukels just good old fashioned runners.atb bill

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1 hour ago, Black neck said:

Nice that had 1 like it years ago bit more collie in it tho good rabbits bitch and odd hare and handful of foxes but at 19 inch it were only fair to lend a hand for the quarry sake 🙈

Ta be fair that won't see no teeth unless unintentionall she to valuable live ta hand retriever,she does somersaults ta get involved but that's has far has it goes lol,odd squirrel small stuff but nothing heavy .atb bill

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23 hours ago, sandymere said:

For his next adventure Billy is off to espanol to show them forgieners how a 1/4 whippet does it on the long slips 😉

 

 

A few useful lookin dogs on there n keen with it but how weak are those hares and so strange how they don't use the tracks n cover to there advantage surely they was on virgin ground on that day..

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52 minutes ago, billhardy said:

Ta be fair that won't see no teeth unless unintentionall she to valuable live ta hand retriever,she does somersaults ta get involved but that's has far has it goes lol,odd squirrel small stuff but nothing heavy .atb bill

Yeah if me old un grabbed 1 it were just in the day knocking about never went out for um wi her 2 little imo

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1 hour ago, billhardy said:

Ta be fair black I she a good starter type and some might say ,she handy round holes  there's a grey in her also her dam was a quarter grey non ped type,if using whippet blood either non ped or half xs types with grey his a massive advantage the speed difference counts hence easier for em on the coneys breeding em down keeping the pace I tempted take her ta a good non ped next year my mate has a good in few inches amd pounds heavier than her, breed back how they were I instead of just specialist type jukels just good old fashioned runners.atb bill

Some nice sal whips about might go well wi her 

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7 hours ago, billhardy said:

Ron what type you want a put this little pic up fa blacki atb bill

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What you think for my first Jukel ?

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13 minutes ago, Big Ron said:

What you think for my first Jukel ?

I've heard you may of had a dog or 2 before big ron 

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