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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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1 hour ago, W. Katchum said:

Must have pressed that by mistake, but aye I’m no self appointed expert like you max, but you not the only one to have been around greyhounds, they get raced everywhere by lots a folk so your no the only one you fat prick, I grew up closer to a greyhound track than you’ve ever lived as close to Sunderland you wanker😂😂

So because you grew up near a greyhound track it makes you an expert 😂😂

Some people grow up near a racing track.but they ain't an expert on bike racing 😂😂😂

This site is getting worse 😂😂

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1 hour ago, maxhardcore said:

No probs Ginge

Not even close, where fcuk did you get that from? Are you denying your fat ? 😂

33 minutes ago, king said:

So because you grew up near a greyhound track it makes you an expert 😂😂

Some people grow up near a racing track.but they ain't an expert on bike racing 😂😂😂

This site is getting worse 😂😂

You need to learn to read deano 🤦‍♂️😂

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12 minutes ago, W. Katchum said:

Fat you mean😂 where’s there not a ginger hair on me, my kids, parents or grandparents, not even the in-laws 😁 we are pure 😂

Na def got the Glaswegian Ginger Gene and I'm def not Fat 😁

Just well covered 😂

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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. 

 

Be better of just getting one a these sandy look like a deerhound worked for generations were it legal plenty for the pot 

If you did put them into the deerhound you would definitely be heading in the right direction 

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 suppose with all type lurchers  there all need speed to catch there quarry, the only 2 breeds to give it is greyhounds and whippets, salukis and deerhounds only offer stamina, good feet .But   lot of people only use the 2 above breeds, as last resort , as they keep proven line bred lurchers doing well at there jobs, one type stands out to me is american and Oz staghounds , they breed true and very rarely  out cross to greyhounds , as there dogs seem to keep there pace, and dont lack wind for there quarry.Deff drop of greyhound or whippet  will put extra yard in for you , when its needed  though .:thumbs:

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15 minutes ago, bird said:

 suppose with all type lurchers  there all need speed to catch there quarry, the only 2 breeds to give it is greyhounds and whippets, salukis and deerhounds only offer stamina, good feet .But   lot of people only use the 2 above breeds, as last resort , as they keep proven line bred lurchers doing well at there jobs, one type stands out to me is american and Oz staghounds , they breed true and very rarely  out cross to greyhounds , as there dogs seem to keep there pace, and dont lack wind for there quarry.Deff drop of greyhound or whippet  will put extra yard in for you , when its needed  though .:thumbs:

Saluki offers more than stamina and good feet. I’ve actually saw plenty saluki lurchers with bad feet. They give a lurcher a running brain that no other cross has, they can predict what something will do & force it to go where it doesn’t want to. The stamina/recovery they give is brilliant but the running brain is what they really add for me. I wouldn’t have a dog without saluki in, but I wouldn’t have one with too much either.

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2 minutes ago, Shadow100 said:

Saluki offers more than stamina and good feet. I’ve actually saw plenty saluki lurchers with bad feet. They give a lurcher a running brain that no other cross has, they can predict what something will do & force it to go where it doesn’t want to. The stamina/recovery they give is brilliant but the running brain is what they really add for me. I wouldn’t have a dog without saluki in, but I wouldn’t have one with too much either.

well that fair enough then, i knew a bloke who had saluki x grey x collie x grey, big 27in dog good on day stuff , and do fox as well, had great feet, maybe that came from the collie then, as norm they have nice tight feet, suppose when you say hunting brain, you mean boxing a hare in etc , or holding back when to strike, my 2   1xs would , more Buck would bust a gut to grab is quarry quick, most times he catch ,  had strong prey drive , but i know what you mean using there brain  on there quarry with a saluki, and like most breeds nothing to much in there , that blokes dog had 1/4 that was plenty enough .

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