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Do you have questions about breeding theories?
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Sam Watson
Australia
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Dogs 0 / Races 0

19 Mar 2017 09:40


michael barry wrote:

Sam Watson wrote:

michael barry wrote:

Glenn Hatton wrote:

?? According to Fasttrack 3 of the unnamed in that litter are still owned by you!


last time i looked at fasttrack there was 6/7 dogs still in our name that we sold over the years ,

in fact there is also 2 pups we sold 3 months ago still in our name

i guess one day i should get off my butt ring grv and have everything updated ,

i should also state GLEN plenty we have reared have been no good as racers, and have gone to gap , and at this stage there is one bitch on the waiting list , goes next month ,


Thats why i asked. Same as Glen. Saw they were still in your name. Thats explains it! Haha


and getting every dog born to the race track isnt as easy as it looks and getting harder every day , we do our best , What time did alice trial today ?

29.89 today. Track was off 0.3 according to most people there, track was turned monday. So gone about 29.55-29.6. So absolutely happy with that. Jumped only 5.18 first sectional but came home very strong. She will get 600 now i think also which gives me more options whicj never hurts!

She's a live chance if she draws a box for the heats


Michael Barry
Australia
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Posts 6200
Dogs 26 / Races 9

20 Mar 2017 08:29


good luck sam in the heats ,


Michael Barry
Australia
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Posts 6200
Dogs 26 / Races 9

20 Mar 2017 08:35


Glenn Hatton wrote:

Very important to inject the chase these days.

Banjo Boy definitely seems that kind of sire & has had success with your line Mick.

Maybe a good match for the future for those Mogambo bitches.

her mogambo daughters have been to a good cross section of sires , bit early to tell who has pulled the right reins lol

her elgalo daughters have been to my bro fabio and collision early days for them (11 in each litter )not sure if fertility and ability will go hand in hand lol




Andrew Varasdi
Australia
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Posts 876
Dogs 2 / Races 11

20 Mar 2017 23:06


For what it is worth I kept 5 from the Banjo Boy x Zoenah's Entity litter that were reared by Ken Virtue.

I was extremely happy with the level of ability of the dogs in particular, two of whom we thought had above average ability, Banjo King as a developing 600m plus dog and Banjo Zip as a 17.95 break in dog at McNamaras and very fast trial dog for the trials he had in pre-training.

Sadly physical make up and injury did and is continuing to prevent all three dogs from racing at all or consistently. I think I spent about $6,500 on Banjo Zip with CT scans, stem cell treatment and the like.

the rest of the litter are competitive in lower grade races that I see. There is a bitch that goes well in NZ but she hasn't raced for a long time but has ability. I am still watching out for her.

The Barcia x Zoenah's litter is still early days. I lost a really nice bitch at breaking in to a tragic accident. It was early in her program so no times but I really liked her. The dog I kept was also troubled by injuries that were pretty impossible to overcome. He is now a happy pet.

That's all I can tell you on mine.

Hope others are having more luck and the many litters that have been bred throw some good one's like the mum.




Michael Barry
Australia
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Dogs 26 / Races 9

22 Mar 2017 22:28


michael barry wrote:

Michael Wesley Preece wrote:

Very good run by Lena. She will keep on improving too and another city win for girl aloud. Hopefully another litter mate can win today too :)

LENA, went pretty good after a short break,, im lead to believe there is offers for her from interstate ,
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some very big bets landed last night , first up win in WA race 1 well done guys
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Michael Wesley Preece
Australia
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Dogs 3 / Races 0

23 Mar 2017 02:37


1 bet at $3,000 and one at $1,000 is what I know went on her. Had too do it tuff going neck to neck with the 8. Lena getting up a nose to pay $4.20 fixed. Some happy punters Michael LOL.
Girl aloud training record for James Jeffries would be pretty good I reckon. Very good trainer, must love the entity's ...

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