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Do you have questions about breeding theories?
Or do you need tips on how to rear your pups?

What price these puppies?

Cynthia Suttle
Australia
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07 Dec 2019 02:04


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Mepunga Blazer-Tiny Wong Way. TWW's first litter to Fabregas has produced 75 winners and at least 120 placings to date. Her second litter to Barcia Bale are 14 months old and lovely types. TWW had 25 starts for 8-4-3 and broke her leg on her second birthday.

Fabregas-Wong Size Suzie. WSS's first litter to Banjo Boy has produced 41 winners and numerous placings to date.
WSS had 48 starts for 11-8-4 but sadly broke her shoulder when just over two years old. This is WSS's second litter.

Any thoughts on price appreciated thanks.




Sam Watson
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08 Dec 2019 03:28


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I might sound harsh when i price them but i price mine to sell.

Her 1st litter she produced was solid, no superstars but a few handy dogs in there, but it did take them 4 years of racing

As a buyer im looking at my chances of making my moneyback on a pup, i probably wouldn't pay more than 3kish for a pup from them to an unproven sire.

Also the only real 500m dog of the lot was 'daze like these' rest where mainly sprinters which to me(personal preference) isn't ideal.

Hopefully that helps


Cynthia Suttle
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Thank you for the input Sam.



Colin Humphryes
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You can put any price you like on a pup but they are only worth what you can actually get for them and that unknown until you try. But from a bitch thats had a litter that was average its going to be hard to find a buyer even at low prices in the current market.


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