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Graham Moscow
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08 Sep 2020 22:21


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CLICK HERE
Micks Recall close to track record at Ipswich yesterday 30.14
A Stand out litter racing at the moment. Just 2 yrs old
Check out litter mates
Im told a repeat mating is planned



Colin Bermingham
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09 Sep 2020 04:10


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Fabulous damline

Those same proven damlines from the past just keep producing over and over again sometimes might skip a generation but has to be one of the most proven formulas for success in breeding


Mark Staines
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09 Sep 2020 04:41


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Colin Bermingham wrote:

Fabulous damline

Those same proven damlines from the past just keep producing over and over again sometimes might skip a generation but has to be one of the most proven formulas for success in breeding

Its a great dam line and Dyna Double One is a very versatile and underrated sire !!!!!!



Paul Dicks
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09 Sep 2020 06:05


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Very mucb a generalisation I know. But both the sire and the dam line, tend to produce incredibly fast, but inconsistent pups.



Graham Moscow
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Worth a mention, 5th Dam Ready to Rain ( Jack Pringle )
Percentage 5 generations 18.25%
Trainer Jamie Hosking ( great future )



Kevin Martin
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Not Queensland but Northern rivers NSW Check out some of these smart PUPS from the Fernando Bale/ Clover Cottage would love to have one. (Phantom Bonnie is 1 of the pups)


Paul Haig
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Run of the year,last nights futurity final at Ipswich micks recall .One of the best runs at Ipswich i`ve seen for a long time.Phil looks like you have a good one mate congrates hope u have lots more success with your bitch CHEERS Phil

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