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Can you coursing lads give me a bit more information on the coursing dog Scouser, his breeding etc. All i know is he was out of DM's Judy.

Also what got him his name in the field and is there any film with him coursing about?

Thanks

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My bitch is direct out of him and no a lot of men with dogs out of him he produces to good 

One i have today 👍

Proper scouser then. 

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48 minutes ago, Bosun11 said:

Can you coursing lads give me a bit more information on the coursing dog Scouser, his breeding etc. All i know is he was out of DM's Judy.

Also what got him his name in the field and is there any film with him coursing about?

Thanks

Safe to assume with it being a coursing dog at open stud it’s been talked up and lied about since it was 18 months old.

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30 minutes ago, poxon said:

Courseing dog worlds crazy you get dogs that by 6yrs old there great great grandfathers already 

Just all about money mate. When the owners picked them out the litter at 8 weeks they’d already decided they’d be £500 a lining in 18 months time whether they were any good or not.

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1 hour ago, Shadow100 said:

Just all about money mate. When the owners picked them out the litter at 8 weeks they’d already decided they’d be £500 a lining in 18 months time whether they were any good or not.

Very pessimistic  view there mate you shouldn't tar everyone with the same stick 🖒

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1 minute ago, brambles said:

Very pessimistic  view there mate you shouldn't tar everyone with the same stick 🖒

If a lurcher is up for stud with a £500-1000 price tag, do you think there’s any reason for that other than to line the owners pockets? 

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6 minutes ago, Shadow100 said:

If a lurcher is up for stud with a £500-1000 price tag, do you think there’s any reason for that other than to line the owners pockets? 

We could say the same of racehorses, greyhounds and gundog, I picked mine up at 8weeks old and the only desires I had of him at 18mths was killing hares and learning his trade, if the stud fee of your desired dog is to expensive go for a cheaper one problem solved 🖒

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Just now, brambles said:

We could say the same of racehorses, greyhounds and gundog, I picked mine up at 8weeks old and the only desires I had of him at 18mths was killing hares and learning his trade, if the stud fee of your desired dog is to expensive go for a cheaper one problem solved 🖒

I was talking about dogs that are up for open stud, yours isn’t up for stud is it? so how is it relevant?

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Coursing worlds just rammed full of liars so you never know what’s true and what isn’t. Get the ones that pretend they’re flat out when they barely leave their garden. Then the ones that do go regular but just lie about how good their dog is anyway

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