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Ray Bourke
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Regards from Newpark Stud to all Greyhound lovers around the world
hope everybody is keeping safe.Times are tough for the greyhound industry but hopefully we will appreciate our greyhounds more when racing resumes.
At Newpark Stud we are still operating with our standout star Magical Bale our busiest alongside our top proven dogs Ballymac Eske and Confident Rankin. We have a very good crop of young sires including Rockybay Foley ,Droopys Biker and Ardnasool Jet.See a complete list of sires available on this site under classified .
Due to Covid 19 our advertising options are very limited , Sporting Press and Racing post no longer available. However we have agreed to advertise our sires on data. Keep a lookout for our banner and skyscraper ads on Data. We are also due to launch a new website in the coming weeks



Tony Gallagher
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16 Apr 2020 21:57


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Good luck to all at Newpark Stud and thank you for supporting Greyhound-Data.

Your list of Stud Dogs is very impressive as is your entire set up.

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Simon Milgate
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Hi Ray, thanks for coming on board G Data I'll look forward to reading updates on here and checking out your new website. I have a 6 month old litter by Confident Rankin here in Australia and some nice lookers amongst them. I am trying to replicate his success over in IRE/ENG by using him on a Headbound bitch, is there any links you know of showing his races? I also have a Zero Ten straw which I plan on using in the near future hopefully producing another Magical Bale or alike,he's thrown some rippers. Best of luck Magical Bale can also be successful and produce the goods for Newpark Stud.


Mollie Standbridge
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Lots of info on the “Kennels” page too. CLICK HERE Great to hear things are holding up. How are Vienna’s pups doing?



Francis Walsh
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17 Apr 2020 19:49


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Would you be able to put the price of each sire next to the sires name, would save a lot of hassle.


Paul Gebhard
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francis walsh wrote:

Would you be able to put the price of each sire next to the sires name, would save a lot of hassle.

Yep, totally agree, I was looking for the price for MAGICAL BALE


Ray Bourke
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Simon ,thanks for your kind comments. Best of luck with your Confident Rankin litter. He has been a huge success over this side
with very limited opportunities. He has thrown 3 flying machines in Clares Rocket ,Derby winner Ballyann Sim and Clonbrien Prince among others. You can watch all the Irish dog races on IGB.ie. Click on Racing then Greyhound search. All his Irish races are available.
In order to watch click on blue circle with arrow on right side.


Ray Bourke
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Magical Bale stud fee is 750e


Susan White
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What are the travel restrictions with coved 19 in getting a bitch to a stud dog as a man from Derry was arrested on Wednesday morning in co Kerry and given a month in jail for going down to buy pups story in fridays irish daily star


Paul Gebhard
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Ray Bourke wrote:

Magical Bale stud fee is 750e

That’s a lot of money for an unproven.

But thanks for letting me know

Cheers


David Dunne
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susan white wrote:

What are the travel restrictions with coved 19 in getting a bitch to a stud dog as a man from Derry was arrested on Wednesday morning in co Kerry and given a month in jail for going down to buy pups story in fridays irish daily star

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You might think 750 euro is a lot for an unproven sire Paul but there are sires in the UK who are 500 sterling or more and also unproven. Magical Bale was outstanding as a racer and has a top drawer pedigree. I am told he has mated well over 50 bitches since going to stud although I am sure its probably more. I am sure Ray could confirm this. If he was priced too high then he wouldn't have attracted so many bitches. I have no doubt that once his first crop hits the tracks this stud fee will appear more than reasonable. I intend to use him in the future although I think I will be paying a lot more for his services by then.


Paul Gebhard
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chris houlding wrote:

You might think 750 euro is a lot for an unproven sire Paul but there are sires in the UK who are 500 sterling or more and also unproven. Magical Bale was outstanding as a racer and has a top drawer pedigree. I am told he has mated well over 50 bitches since going to stud although I am sure its probably more. I am sure Ray could confirm this. If he was priced too high then he wouldn't have attracted so many bitches. I have no doubt that once his first crop hits the tracks this stud fee will appear more than reasonable. I intend to use him in the future although I think I will be paying a lot more for his services by then.

The reason I asked is because I know about his ability and his pedigree, plus on paper it looks a good match to the specific bitch that I have in mind, but, several Derby winners with excellent pedigrees have been abject failures at stud hence it’s my opinion that 750 for an unproven sire is a bit OTT

Cheers


Tony Robinson
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Is the sire page's up to date Skywalker farloe 300


Sharon Hunt
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19 Apr 2020 09:49


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Hi Ray what price is Confident Rankin thanks


Marc Studer
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750 euro is a fair price to start him off and looking at the pups to forest natalee well worth the money


David Dunne
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marc studer wrote:

750 euro is a fair price to start him off and looking at the pups to forest natalee well worth the money

whats forest natalee got to do with it ?


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The dog is great value for money, he is the busiest young unproven Stud dog in the Country.

Therefore the breeders who are using him consider him value for money and looking at the bitches that he has mated, many of the top breeders are using him,.

It is a basic question of economics, your suggestion Paul that he is too expensive is your opinion and you are more than entitled to it but it is clearly not shared by the breeders who are using him.

As anyone who breeds a litter knows, the price of the stud dog is effectively irrelevant, within reason, in the context of the cost or rearing, say a litter of 8 to the age of 15 months.

In practice, a stud dog costing 1500 is actually costing less than 100 euro per pup than the 750 dog and the average cost of keeping a brood bitch , Whelping the litter and rearing them to 15months with microchipping/registration, worming, vets etc is approximately, 10-15k depending on where they are reared.

I am not saying that a dog costing 1500 is twice as good as a 750 dog, merely illustrating that the stud fee is a small proportion of the overall cost.

The breeders who are sending their bitches to Magical Bale clearly believe that he is value at 750.


Paul Gebhard
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David McGrath wrote:

The dog is great value for money, he is the busiest young unproven Stud dog in the Country.

Therefore the breeders who are using him consider him value for money and looking at the bitches that he has mated, many of the top breeders are using him,.

It is a basic question of economics, your suggestion Paul that he is too expensive is your opinion and you are more than entitled to it but it is clearly not shared by the breeders who are using him.

As anyone who breeds a litter knows, the price of the stud dog is effectively irrelevant, within reason, in the context of the cost or rearing, say a litter of 8 to the age of 15 months.

In practice, a stud dog costing 1500 is actually costing less than 100 euro per pup than the 750 dog and the average cost of keeping a brood bitch , Whelping the litter and rearing them to 15months with microchipping/registration, worming, vets etc is approximately, 10-15k depending on where they are reared.

I am not saying that a dog costing 1500 is twice as good as a 750 dog, merely illustrating that the stud fee is a small proportion of the overall cost.

The breeders who are sending their bitches to Magical Bale clearly believe that he is value at 750.

On a different note will RISING BRANDY be available at stud?

Thanks


Marc Studer
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because she mated to bale and got a nice litter of 10 pups

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