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1 hour ago, juckler123 said:

I remember that name Tomo but can't put a face to it pre Alzheimer's probably I usually am.able to.put a hound and it's owner together from those times

I'm glad you have had the life you've had I seen your posts of huge bags in the dales we had it good back then and it's a different world now what with technology and all that..

Biggest respect to you and I hear you on the new Houghton lads and their hounds the craze went south and north but for me the midland lads had the best 👍

Only two shows worth going to was the Woodhouse show and Barnsley proper dogs proper men happy days 😁

where I grew up there were hares every ware lots of opertunity for a keen young man with a good dog and no bother to be fair.

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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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18 hours ago, Bosun11 said:

None that i can put up on here...

ahh okay wont be the bitch i was thinking off then i see a litter on fb simular way bred but the bull bitch was clean as a whistle

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4 hours ago, two crows said:

where I grew up there were hares every ware lots of opertunity for a keen young man with a good dog and no bother to be fair.

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Great thread this , you lads sound like the same. Bunch that used lighten up the public. Bank at altcar ? Lol

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On 15/05/2020 at 17:18, two crows said:

there have been and always  will be special   dogs that come along, and every young chap trying to breed a world beater rushes up with their pride and joy and pays their money and takes a chance, for me your better going to its father, a proven producer, over the years there have bean several famous dogs with no connection or a week one to the old lines that were  used a fare bit and produced nothing, so depth of breeding is key when breeding coursing dogs.   pre ban

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Producers produce👍

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20 hours ago, two crows said:

where I grew up there were hares every ware lots of opertunity for a keen young man with a good dog and no bother to be fair.

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Love the pics pal it was a different world back then hares everywhere and rabbits too I always thought I was born ten years too late and yet still had game a plenty and no mither 👍

Can always remember as a kid amount of hares rabbits and foxes you would see on a walk out..

It went downhill from me being fourteen and first running dogs ..

By your posts I'm taking it you a decade older than me pal good on ya and to still be into running dogs that's some going 

They were happy days when folk didn't mind you catching your dinners and catching other folk theirs as well  .

I don't know about you but I'm glad I'm on my way out and not on my way in 😟

Not just the game but wildlife in general government is too blame not us crop sprays weedkiller insectisides etc 

And the attitude that we can't walk the land we were born on it does my head in 😢

Like you I expect we shall soldier on come what may but having to walk a land not lifting with wildlife doesn't make it easy nor as enjoyable 👍

Keep sharing pics they are important they are history atvb 

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7 hours ago, juckler123 said:

Love the pics pal it was a different world back then hares everywhere and rabbits too I always thought I was born ten years too late and yet still had game a plenty and no mither 👍

Can always remember as a kid amount of hares rabbits and foxes you would see on a walk out..

It went downhill from me being fourteen and first running dogs ..

By your posts I'm taking it you a decade older than me pal good on ya and to still be into running dogs that's some going 

They were happy days when folk didn't mind you catching your dinners and catching other folk theirs as well  .

I don't know about you but I'm glad I'm on my way out and not on my way in 😟

Not just the game but wildlife in general government is too blame not us crop sprays weedkiller insectisides etc 

And the attitude that we can't walk the land we were born on it does my head in 😢

Like you I expect we shall soldier on come what may but having to walk a land not lifting with wildlife doesn't make it easy nor as enjoyable 👍

Keep sharing pics they are important they are history atvb 

Hes a sound bloke is the crows but have u seen his hat 👒 

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