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milldean panther pups

Vera Martindale
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what type of pups does panther throw ? staying types early pace are breeders happy with his pups he has chucked to there bitches im thinking off useing him on my bitch by scolari [messina]


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Darren Langley
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Hows this dog going at stud in OZ ?

Is there any nice pups, young dogs coming through?


Anthony Jeffress
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10 Sep 2018 13:49


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Darren Langley wrote:

Hows this dog going at stud in OZ ?

Is there any nice pups, young dogs coming through?

He's not "young", but this is our bloke, Darren. 7 times winner, including his past 2, both in Best of Meeting :

CLICK HERE

This win (from Box 8) was certainly a big effort, to get up and score, we felt -

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Darren Langley
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Anthony Jeffress wrote:

Darren Langley wrote:

Hows this dog going at stud in OZ ?

Is there any nice pups, young dogs coming through?

He's not "young", but this is our bloke, Darren. 7 times winner, including his past 2, both in Best of Meeting :

CLICK HERE

This win (from Box 8) was certainly a big effort, to get up and score, we felt -

EXTERNAL LINK

Hi mate your blokes won a few.

Milldean Panther had a couple of handy dogs early doors but it doesnt seem like hes had many good ones now.


Anthony Jeffress
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11 Sep 2018 11:58


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A bit over 50 litters of racing age, give or take I believe, Darren.




Bobby Scullion
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11 Sep 2018 16:36


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I bred cesarewithch winner to him and they threw open class
I was delighted with them. I also bred her half sister to him bitch pup qualified in an open class time 3rd time in traps.
In Aus he had some very special pups.
I would use him again...
I had open sprinter open middle distance and a couple of open marathon in first litter.
Take a chance with him u won't be dissapointed


Darren Langley
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Anthony Jeffress wrote:

A bit over 50 litters of racing age, give or take I believe, Darren.

Thanks mate. Hes not really getting used by many in OZ.


Michael Barry
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his semen was imported here at a cost of $2400 but through in fighting some where between here and ireland ,,
his semen was all of a sudden , handled by another stud master at $1400 ,

because of this the chance to really promote the dog here was LOST

at this time his semen has very little commercial value , i paid $2400 for the one i have ,
if you do a search you will see all the posts ,

he aint the first sire to fail by bad promotion


Darren Langley
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Michael Barry wrote:

his semen was imported here at a cost of $2400 but through in fighting some where between here and ireland ,,
his semen was all of a sudden , handled by another stud master at $1400 ,

because of this the chance to really promote the dog here was LOST

at this time his semen has very little commercial value , i paid $2400 for the one i have ,
if you do a search you will see all the posts ,

he aint the first sire to fail by bad promotion

Hi Michael

Yes I hear what your saying but but hes had a few litters I know there were a couple of really handy ones but most were only average at best.





Steven Martin
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13 Sep 2018 11:27


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bobby scullion wrote:

Take a chance with him u won't be dissapointed


I did Bobby & got great results which included Multiple City winners & a Group performer that made 4 finals including the QLD Derby at only his 4th start.

It's a shame he's only had 50 litters in 6 & a half years in Australia (that's just 8 per year on average) as his stats, especially on Group race results, suggest he's got the goods.

Group Starts - 37
Wins - 8
2nds - 7
3rds - 4
Group wins - 22% or 1 win every 5 Group starts. That's way above the average of 12%.

Bobby, I believe his daughters will be absolutely sensational in the breeding barn, especially when crossed back to an Australian sire.


Michael Barry
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13 Sep 2018 11:44


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steven martin wrote:

bobby scullion wrote:

Take a chance with him u won't be dissapointed


I did Bobby & got great results which included Multiple City winners & a Group performer that made 4 finals including the QLD Derby at only his 4th start.

It's a shame he's only had 50 litters in 6 & a half years in Australia (that's just 8 per year on average) as his stats, especially on Group race results, suggest he's got the goods.

Group Starts - 37
Wins - 8
2nds - 7
3rds - 4
Group wins - 22% or 1 win every 5 Group starts. That's way above the average of 12%.

Bobby, I believe his daughters will be absolutely sensational in the breeding barn, especially when crossed back to an Australian sire.


like i said steve ,, the promotion was dismal at best ,,



Steven Martin
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13 Sep 2018 12:06


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Yes I no. I did, & went through exactly what you stated in the early stages as I got in early too. Don't waste that Vial. Use it on one of those El Galo bitches (if you still have one) as he'll add strength.


Michael Barry
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13 Sep 2018 12:21


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steven martin wrote:

Yes I no. I did, & went through exactly what you stated in the early stages as I got in early too. Don't waste that Vial. Use it on one of those El Galo bitches (if you still have one) as he'll add strength.


steve , im doing this in a pup deal with john staines
CLICK HERE
the elgalo bitch i got im using kinloch brae , next month when she comes on
CLICK HERE thats the finish of all the straws i have , and id say thats curtains for us , time to spend some time in the sun lol

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