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Sire suggestions for Ballymac Suling

Barrie Backhurst
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15 Sep 2020 17:38


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Looking for sire suggestions for Ballymac Suling, part of the outstanding litter that includes Pestana. Not in season as yet, but planning for when she breaks

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She holds the Crayford sectional record at 3.37

Any reasons for your choice of sire would be appreciated,


Cormac Mc Hugh
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I'd use vulturi or ballymac vic. With vulturi u might think ballymac Penske is too high in the percentages but some of the best dogs in training are fairly close on one side. Vic is a good cross too its keeping that double of blonde returns blinde slippy in the mating



Colin Humphryes
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Barry I have a bitch just qualified but intend to breed her she is on very simalar lines, the bottom line back to Spaner Dancer is almost a mirror of ours Ballymac Best x Killinan Baby, I am sure the double of Sobbing Sal will be major plus and my choice at this stage is Belles Direction.


Paul Gebhard
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Cormac Mc Hugh wrote:

I'd use vulturi or ballymac vic. With vulturi u might think ballymac Penske is too high in the percentages but some of the best dogs in training are fairly close on one side. Vic is a good cross too its keeping that double of blonde returns blinde slippy in the mating

I agree, this is my choice

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Kevin Lindsay
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21 Sep 2020 22:17


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Zero Ten would be my choice

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Breeding her to lines that have proven to work Roanokee, HBs Commander and Head Honcho.



Colin Humphryes
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Kevin Lindsay wrote:

Zero Ten would be my choice

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Breeding her to lines that have proven to work Roanokee, HBs Commander and Head Honcho.


Kevin, Zero Ten is no longer available




Kevin Lindsay
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Hi Colin Newpark Stud has frozen according to their website?

If they don't have him now then I'd suggest his son Magical Bale

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