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Michael Barry
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CLICK HERE CLICK HERE CLICK HERE some thoughts please


Sandro Bechini
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All good choices Mick

Depending on your bitch's temperament will decide the sire IMHO

If she was calm and quiet and not very fiery at the track I would go Barcia

If she was middle of the road, go El Galo

If she was a deadest lunatic, go for Fernando



Steven Martin
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Kinloch Brae Mick, without a doubt.


Michael Barry
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steven martin wrote:

Kinloch Brae Mick, without a doubt.


hi steve, kinloch is the last straw we own , so may go down that road,
sold all the other straws we had ,

if we decide either of the other two we will sell the kinloch to purchase one of the others


Michael Barry
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Sandro Bechini wrote:

All good choices Mick

Depending on your bitch's temperament will decide the sire IMHO

If she was calm and quiet and not very fiery at the track I would go Barcia

If she was middle of the road, go El Galo

If she was a deadest lunatic, go for Fernando


the middle of the road one , sandro you mean kinloch


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Mark Staines
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steven martin wrote:

Kinloch Brae Mick, without a doubt.

Gee i thought you were a line breeding tragic ???


Sandro Bechini
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Michael Barry wrote:

Sandro Bechini wrote:

All good choices Mick

Depending on your bitch's temperament will decide the sire IMHO

If she was calm and quiet and not very fiery at the track I would go Barcia

If she was middle of the road, go El Galo

If she was a deadest lunatic, go for Fernando


the middle of the road one , sandro you mean kinloch

Sorry yes, that's what I meant



John Staines
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13 Mar 2018 09:39


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hello mick Fernando bale from the ones you like.


Ryan Vanderwert
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13 Mar 2018 09:50


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apologies misspost



Nathan Bendeich
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Include bombastic descendants aswell as Kinloch
It’s proven at the highest level to work with Where’s Pedro and spiral Nikita
Pretty special dam line aswell
Proven crosses eg. Thirty talks , and Double twist

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Downfall ... unknown



Steven Martin
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Ryan Vanderwert wrote:

apologies misspost

Excepted lol.


Ryan Vanderwert
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Haha.......fancy missing Mister Moss in Senojian Fox's damline



Steven Martin
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& Clay Moss in Malawi's Prince.

More the reason for Mick to use his last straw.

KB also seems to have an infinite with Just The Best....& with Lola already linebred to the Curry boys, a bit more of MILLIE'S MAY through FORTRESS won't hurt.


Ryan Vanderwert
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clay is only half bro, needs to create more intensity thru litterm8s imo.
didn't want to have to rely on Temlee thru prom free to get Mister Moss......needed mister moss in x and Mick gets that thru s/fox in Lola's ped, so agree KB is a definite chance.


Michael Barry
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looks like we will use kinloch brae , and that will empty the freezer as far as frozen goes for us ,

uncertainly in the industry just dosen't warrant storing semen any more


Niall Healy
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Hi Michael
I know he was not one of your choices but if it was me I would take a look at Banjo boy CLICK HERE
Best of luck to you.


Jason Hay
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Collision x Roxy reason has thrown some handy ones so no brainer for me
Goodsey could be an option


Michael Barry
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jason hay wrote:

Collision x Roxy reason has thrown some handy ones so no brainer for me
Goodsey could be an option


jason her first litter are by collision 12 months old the other day
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Michael Barry
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Niall Healy wrote:

Hi Michael
I know he was not one of your choices but if it was me I would take a look at Banjo boy CLICK HERE
Best of luck to you.


hi niall banjo boy has been used on the line a couple of times ,

his father vee man vane when mated to lola,s mum produced some good race dogs .

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