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Frank Muldowney
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25 Dec 2021 12:10


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just wondering why droopys sydney lookeys to have really taken off since his 9 now thanks



Darren Leeson
Australia
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26 Dec 2021 06:12


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It will have a lot to do with the fact, most breeders are followers. With injury curtailing his career. No bling to excite the punters whether breeder or purchaser

Absolute machine - won debut in Cork 28.45. Went to Shelbourne Pk for 350yd trial, clocked superb 18.64. Never ran again due to injury.

Litters

2014 - 2 (Bubbly Bluebird & Droopys Harbour)
2015 - 4
2016 - 10
2017 - 22
2018 - 32
2019 - 140
And so on.

Happy to say, been following him right the way through and have some vials here in Oz to use on our broods. The vials are definitely not for sale!!


Frank Muldowney
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27 Dec 2021 14:38


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i would say next year will be a super year for him



Darren Leeson
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27 Dec 2021 19:43


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5/6 finalists in the recent National Puppy @ Shelbourne says it all about himsensational!

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Mark Mayers
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27 Dec 2021 19:55


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9 from 12 to follow in Irish Greyhound Review sired by Sydney. Just goes to show how Strong the New Tears / Roanokee sire line actually is. Shame Duke Special went abroad looking at his figures!


Ger Duncan
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28 Dec 2021 17:42


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Yes he's becoming a super sire I actually bred and reared 2 on the list Russian Glory who I sold unraced he looks to have unlimited potential and Glory Katy who we have kept for breeding unfortunately she got an injury in her last race
The great thing is I have 2 more litters out in the paddock happy days


Ger Duncan
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28 Dec 2021 17:42


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NYes he's becoming a super sire I actually bred and reared 2 on the list Russian Glory who I sold unraced he looks to have unlimited potential and Glory Katy who we have kept for breeding unfortunately she got an injury in her last race
The great thing is I have 2 more litters out in the paddock happy days



Darren Leeson
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03 Apr 2022 20:35


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The juggernaut continues with 5 heat winners and 16 through to next round of the Con & Annie Kirby Memorial.


Mark Staines
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03 Apr 2022 20:47


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It will be interesting to see if Sydney works with Aussie bitches ?
Been a lot of flops since Spiral Nikita and Premier Fantasy !



Darren Leeson
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03 Apr 2022 21:00


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Which ones Mark?

Westmead Hawk being Sydneys dam sire augurs very well! Gypsy Wyong is showing his worth right this minute, to the Turanza Bale dam line!! As did Hawk Alone!!


Mark Staines
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03 Apr 2022 21:06


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Fear Zafonic, Balligari, and Late Late Show for starters !



Darren Leeson
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03 Apr 2022 21:12


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If theyre the ones youre using to form your argument, good luck with that!

Droopys Sydney is firing with Aussie lines in Ireland! He loves Rumble Spirit over there and Top Honcho, Brett Lee, Royal Impact, Wheres Pedro, Magic Sprite, so why not here as well?




Mark Staines
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03 Apr 2022 21:15


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Larkhill Joe or his Sons didn't work here either !





Darren Leeson
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03 Apr 2022 21:27


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How many Larkhill Jo and Droopys Kewell were done here?

A lot of the sons here were the cast offs! You only need look at Fabregas and his success to see the power of Larkhill Jo here, Dundee Osprey shows Larkhill Jo through Droopys Kewell every bit as successful as it is in Ireland, Group 1 class!!



Mark Staines
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04 Apr 2022 06:36


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Lets hope Droopy works here, its been a long time between drinks for Irish/ UK Sires here !



Darren Leeson
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Only handful of vials here and at his age now. Thatll be about it for his chances here.

But, incorrect Mark, Gypsy Wyong (ex Westmead Hawk) is a star stayer and Indy Matilda (ex Droopys Jet) flying the flag in present times!!


Sandro Bechini
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04 Apr 2022 10:29


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Darren Leeson wrote:

Only handful of vials here and at his age now. Thatll be about it for his chances here.

But, incorrect Mark, Gypsy Wyong (ex Westmead Hawk) is a star stayer and Indy Matilda (ex Droopys Jet) flying the flag in present times!!


He has had about 8 matings so far here with Daily's and Wheelers



Laurence Byrne
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04 Apr 2022 13:39


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crosses with everything, but best to put him to sharp early paced bitches, his best trait is PACE ON BACK STRAIGHT. collision and brett lee bitches suit well, but i am sure there are many more that suit.



Mark Staines
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04 Apr 2022 13:59


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Darren Leeson wrote:

Only handful of vials here and at his age now. Thatll be about it for his chances here.

But, incorrect Mark, Gypsy Wyong (ex Westmead Hawk) is a star stayer and Indy Matilda (ex Droopys Jet) flying the flag in present times!!

Well unlike most Irish/UK sires since SN and PF Westmead Hawke pups most of them could run 500 but he was still underwhelming here IMO !
Gypsy Wyong i like but one hot day doesn't make it summer !



David Dunne
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04 Apr 2022 14:49


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i believe his stud fee here is 2500euro and there is a 3 month waiting list

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