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No mate, I'm a home bird these days, but I'm a bit jealous of my missus who went north of the Arctic circle and did a bit of husky mushing, I'd like to have a go at that; She still likes to travel, bu

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working Deerhounds for many years, ive seen and worked a lot of them 

the variety is huge, and down to the breeding lines,

typically  bitches are more versatile due to size and do a bit of everything, 

in saying that not too much got away from this large male,

the introduction of some greyhound Blood and sticking strictly to working lines is the only way to get the old deerhound back, 

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On 18/07/2020 at 15:04, Coranach said:

working Deerhounds for many years, ive seen and worked a lot of them 

the variety is huge, and down to the breeding lines,

typically  bitches are more versatile due to size and do a bit of everything, 

in saying that not too much got away from this large male,

the introduction of some greyhound Blood and sticking strictly to working lines is the only way to get the old deerhound back, 

3D833BE5-4DDD-4D09-9D15-5E3ACA8C9B52.jpeg

As we speak Straws from England Expects a Champion Staying  Group 1 Competition Greyhound .

73lbs weight - Blue in Colour are available at Meerfield Stud.

As is Art Banksy - Notts track record holder over 905 m but he needed 1500m in reality.

74lbs - Black in colour.

Both Sired by double Derby winning Westmead Hawk.

Both Free to use.

I honestly believe they would improve working deerhounds no end and would be perfect for such a breeding programme .

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On 18/07/2020 at 15:04, Coranach said:

working Deerhounds for many years, ive seen and worked a lot of them 

the variety is huge, and down to the breeding lines,

typically  bitches are more versatile due to size and do a bit of everything, 

in saying that not too much got away from this large male,

the introduction of some greyhound Blood and sticking strictly to working lines is the only way to get the old deerhound back, 

3D833BE5-4DDD-4D09-9D15-5E3ACA8C9B52.jpeg

You need new blood to bring the size down whilst ensuring good feet and stamina that are bred to be capable of catching hares on rough ground perhaps something like this might be your answer.

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There are a couple of rough coated studs in Spain that performed themselves and have produced performers in their litters. 

 

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12 hours ago, maxhardcore said:

As we speak Straws from England Expects a Champion Staying  Group 1 Competition Greyhound .

73lbs weight - Blue in Colour are available at Meerfield Stud.

As is Art Banksy - Notts track record holder over 905 m but he needed 1500m in reality.

74lbs - Black in colour.

Both Sired by double Derby winning Westmead Hawk.

Both Free to use.

I honestly believe they would improve working deerhounds no end and would be perfect for such a breeding programme .

Good offer, and a very good idea for anyone serious about improving a strain that’s gone backwards 

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On 18/07/2020 at 15:04, Coranach said:

working Deerhounds for many years, ive seen and worked a lot of them 

the variety is huge, and down to the breeding lines,

typically  bitches are more versatile due to size and do a bit of everything, 

in saying that not too much got away from this large male,

the introduction of some greyhound Blood and sticking strictly to working lines is the only way to get the old deerhound back, 

3D833BE5-4DDD-4D09-9D15-5E3ACA8C9B52.jpeg

You the owner of this dog,? 

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18 minutes ago, Coranach said:

Yes one of our deerhounds, good hound in his day, 

well i was a good mate of the owner of that dog,i saw him in the countryside too,if  you were the owner i thought youd know who i am lol

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1 hour ago, jigsaw said:

well i was a good mate of the owner of that dog,i saw him in the countryside too,if  you were the owner i thought youd know who i am lol

haha, I know well, long time no talk, i'm back in the country, send on your number we must catch up, 

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On 21/07/2020 at 10:24, sandymere said:

You need new blood to bring the size down whilst ensuring good feet and stamina that are bred to be capable of catching hares on rough ground perhaps something like this might be your answer.

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There are a couple of rough coated studs in Spain that performed themselves and have produced performers in their litters. 

 

 

On 21/07/2020 at 12:44, sandymere said:

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Some nice dogs there sandy. Isn't there some deerhound in some of the older strains of broken coated galgos anyway?

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