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Stud Dog Advice - British Bredpage  1 2 

Daniel Bryce
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21 Aug 2019 00:51


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Have recently purchased a new brood bitch but unsure which stud dog to use.

Bitch is called "Samiya" she is litter sister of Ballydoyle Honey.

Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated, thanks!


Chris Houlding
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21 Aug 2019 01:22


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Hi Daniel, Are you looking for a stud dog available in Britain or does the stud dog have to be British bred or are you going to register the pups as British bred and are open to all available stud dogs. Just asking as the British bred part of your title is a bit ambiguous and you might get more replies if this is clarified.


Daniel Bryce
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21 Aug 2019 06:53


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Open to all stud dogs, Im just based in the UK so pups will be registered as British bred


Chris Houlding
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21 Aug 2019 10:09


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Ballydoyle Honey crossed pretty well (to say the least) to Kinloch Brae so I can't see any reason not to go with it.

CLICK HERE
It might be a predictable reply but it's proven so makes sense. Good luck & hope you have some fantastic pups.


Paul Gebhard
United Kingdom
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21 Aug 2019 12:38


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Hello

As she stayed a stiff 4 bends I would go for a pace sire

Assuming that you are aiming to produce high quality 4 bend types then Id go for this

CLICK HERE

Whichever way you go best of luck

Cheers



Colin Humphryes
United Kingdom
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21 Aug 2019 17:21


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Headbound an old sire but still producing the goods and looks solid to me
CLICK HERE


Paul Gebhard
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21 Aug 2019 19:24


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Colin Humphryes wrote:

Headbound an old sire but still producing the goods and looks solid to me
CLICK HERE

Are there straws available then?


Simon Milgate
Australia
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21 Aug 2019 22:56


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Razldazl George looks interesting with some unique doubles in the mix.


Gerard Duncan
Ireland
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21 Aug 2019 23:10


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Available at Trade Kennells Thurles John Touhey think he is 1400



Colin Humphryes
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22 Aug 2019 04:42


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Hi Paul, yes they are at
CLICK HERE Trade Genetics
And with almost 5000 offspring he has an amazing 24% of them rated 100 or better on Greyhound Data, you can almost name on one hand current sires that produce those numbers


Mark Lockett
United Kingdom
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24 Aug 2019 22:03


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I think going down the Kinloch Brae route is the most obvious, especially if you were looking to sell some as i think they would sell like hot cakes.

If you don't want to use Kinloch Brae himself you have two great options with Ballymac Vic (son) or of course Dorotas Wildcat (grandson).




Robert Vaughan
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25 Aug 2019 09:34


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as your bitch got brett lee in here you should go to a stud dog with weastmead hawk in him that cross is brilliant


Robert Vaughan
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25 Aug 2019 09:40


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as you want brittish breed pup why not try Kilmore lemon hes got weastmead hawk in him hes with Patrick jannsens he was a machine and was from a very good litter and is breed fantastic


Robert Vaughan
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25 Aug 2019 12:19


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a bitch called attention seeker is very closely related to your bitch as both the mothers are sisters ( killdallon maid woodhill spark ) note seeker pups are out of droopys caine witch shows a double cross of brett lee with westmead hawk note a mateing with Kilmore lemon would give you this hope this helps



Douglas Campbell
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25 Aug 2019 19:27


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CLICK HERE

Any thoughts on Aero Majestic ?



Kevin Lindsay
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26 Aug 2019 09:30


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This fella is listed as available at Trade.
Worth looking at as Top Honcho crossed well with the damline and Vieri threw some decent dogs when x'd with a limited number of Brett Lee bitches.

CLICK HERE


Daniel Bryce
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26 Aug 2019 12:28


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Thanks for the suggestions. Decided to use Kinloch Brae as the cross is already proven. Bitch broke on Friday and is booked in with FFK, going over this week.


Mark Lockett
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26 Aug 2019 21:43


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Daniel Bryce wrote:

Thanks for the suggestions. Decided to use Kinloch Brae as the cross is already proven. Bitch broke on Friday and is booked in with FFK, going over this week.

Great decision Daniel, best of luck to you. How much was Kinloch Brae?


Steve Dawes
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26 Aug 2019 23:43


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Paul Gebhard wrote:

Hello

As she stayed a stiff 4 bends I would go for a pace sire

Assuming that you are aiming to produce high quality 4 bend types then Id go for this

CLICK HERE

Whichever way you go best of luck

Cheers

He wasn't that successful when mated to her sister Mill Babs.



Daniel Bryce
United Kingdom
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27 Aug 2019 07:34


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He is 1200 euros with FFK

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