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Dragan Dodic
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Hi Jarrad
Iv got two males that just turned 1 on the 25th of April
They will be going to the breakers on the first week on July.
Both are just perfect looking and will go any toy put in front of them.. I believe he will make it as one of Australia's top sires. Big call i know but you cant get much better breeding then Mr Cosmic Chief :)


Jarrad Dale
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Dragan thanks for the update...sounds like there done everything right upto this stage. His got everything im looking for this particular bitch, only issue i was hoping for a proven stud this time around which is making me double think the mating. Anyway good luck in july and i look forward to seeing how they progress, thanks again..



Vicki May Caldwell
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We have 3 pups that are 7mths old and are a very leggie pup.
They are keen and chase a drag and run all day.
They are easy to handle and will have no problams breaking in in 5mths time.
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John McAlister
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Jarrad Dale wrote:

Dragan thanks for the update...sounds like there done everything right upto this stage. His got everything im looking for this particular bitch, only issue i was hoping for a proven stud this time around which is making me double think the mating. Anyway good luck in july and i look forward to seeing how they progress, thanks again..


Jarrad sometimes in times like this you have to gamble we did and I can assure you these pups have it all ..so don,t be afraid to use Cosmic Chief they are mad keen and learn quick these are pretty smart looking pups and there is no spookiness or standoffish temperaments amongst them


Jarrad Dale
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John im never shy of gambling :) This particular bitch pups have been very sort after. I went unproven last time with cosmic rumble they also sold very well i just was hoping for a proven stud this time round but as the above reports on him, sounds like it wont be long. Another question is how did you and your partners go selling the cosmic were they well sort after?



John McAlister
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We retained most of them because we use them for our next lot of racing stock ...We had to give 1 to Wayne G and Jo sold a bitch and a dog at 3 months ....8 are still with us ...I do think from what I am told pups are very hard to shift


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Its always good when you can sell a couple to help with the costs of rearing the rest. thanks for the update



John McAlister
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3 Cosmic Chiefs had their 1st run behind the mechanical hare this morning at Murrays the 2 bitches were slipped together 1st from behind the 175m boxes they showed some abilty that made the hare purr along at a very smart rate and then wow ...the dog was slipped at the same spot and I can assure you this I have never let a better animal leave my hands on their 1st slip behind the bunny ...I think the 880 could be money more than well spent ...Wayne G I know you read this so from one dog bloke to another you said the dog was fast well you better believe it mate he,s very special he can run and Jo,s 20 dollars is looking a little under threat



Vicki May Caldwell
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hello john.
that is good to hear.are you talking about bobby the pup we rared for you and jo as yes he s a very special pup who will go places.
wayne was very impressed with him from the day he picked him up.
he is a beautifull galloper in free flight and he should win plenty.
its going to be very interesting watching the next melena bale pups race.
the first litter done great but wayne thinks the cosmc cheif litter will have that grp winner amongest them.
lets hope as jo has took the long road all the way around the block and one deserves the winners to come.
best of luck..



John McAlister
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Thanks Vick we know Wayne done a great job with the rearing and it was much appreciated he was,nt wrong when he said the dog pup could run Bobby went quick quicker than most and his 2 sisters are no slouches it,s all steady steady with them now they are under wraps because they have nothing more to prove as far as education goes I,ll just keep them ticking over for the next 3 or 4 weeks then they will have to go to the farm and 3 more come back.The 2 big guns as Jo calls them will be educated last she keeps telling me they,re the ones that are going to win her the little farm ...lol ....if those 2 are going to win her the farm theere are a few others I feel are going to chip in with some livestock ...cheers



Frank Cornish
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HI all,, Our Cosmic Chief girl ,,27th Sept 2011 growing into a lovely bitch , very pleased with her and can't wait to see the early " Chief's " come through. Think he will become a very sought after sire. Hopefully our girl, " MISS EUROPE " does him proud later on.... Good luck to all the other :Chief's : out there ! cheers, Frank.



John McAlister
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he throws a nice pup Frank and they learn quick are very keen and I think they may be able to run a little



Frank Cornish
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Hi John,, really liked C/Chief as a race dog and i'm sure he will throw those attributes on to his stock. I certainly hope " Cosi " ( Miss Europe) can get to the track and give us a lot of fun along the way. She is from Donna Sadlers teriffic Siyan kennel breeding plan and we cant wait to follow her progress. Just rapt to have a CC pup of this quality. To breed with her later might just be a good way to indulge my interests as retirement looms. Hopefully sooner rather than later,,lol. Our M/ Panther straw looks an inviting prospect for her, but long road to hoe yet. Time will tell ,,some of those "Bale " sires look attractive propositions for "Cosi " as well,, All the best , Frank.


Scott Jackson
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16 Aug 2012 09:55


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What colour are the pups John...think I saw them go around.



John McAlister
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Scott what time were you there ...lol ...you could have come upm and introduced yourself ...2 blacks and a white with black ears ...they must have went pretty good because the run was mentioned to me this afternoon ...people don,t miss much ...they said to me that I put some fast dogs around yesterday morning at Murrays


Scott Jackson
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No John,I saw someone put a few brindles around....I was there around 8.30ish.




John McAlister
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I was a little later I think I never took note of the time I could have been around the back of the catching pen giving them a look


Scott Jackson
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The brindles I saw seemed to go ok,as well.



John McAlister
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They put the new comers out from the boxes just before the catching pen there must have been 6 trials then there were a few from the public then I sent ours from behind the 175m boxes these are pretty young and they will only get 2 or 3 at Lawrences then Maybe a slip or 2 from about 220m at the Gardens then off to Cessnock or Maitland around the half turn ...if pups are going to chase hard they do it from the outset then it may take an extra run or 2 but usually 5 or 6 runs over the shorts is ample
By the way Jo was with me but come to think of it there was,nt anyone about only the workers and the boss when I arrived it may have been a little after 8:30


Scott Jackson
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I only found the place around two months back.
Old chool track,but a great place to trial.

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