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Craig Andrews
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29.42 in the semi finals of the Derby. Low flying. He'll be hard to beat in the final.

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Craig Andrews
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Gave you all the early tip ;)


Brad Napper
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07 Feb 2015 11:17


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he's only a little dog too, i would have imagined if he was for sale as a put he may have been passed on a few times



Howard Moshinsky
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Howard Moshinsky
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23 Aug 2013 04:09

TWO YEARS AGO I KEPT TALKING KELSOS FUSULIER AND AT 1O HE KEEPS BREEDING STRONG GREAT QUALITY PUPS NICE LITTER



Howard Moshinsky
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Craig Andrews
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The best since Brett Lee?!


Scott Gunning
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04 Apr 2015 14:23


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I thought the same about Dyna Villa, ill reserve my judgement on that one. But he has the making to be.



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Darryn McGreevy
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04 Apr 2015 17:36


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Great shout Howard



Kevin Wright
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Congratulations to the Wheelers .....and John Kelly over in the US

The Yanks are coming....




Colin Matthews
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Wonderful great dog has pace to burn and stays !.
Trainer Dailly has many top class dogs and a lot of winners in her kennel and deserved much praise.


Ray Morcomb
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The dogs run last night in the egg was just about perfection

The only Easter Egg final winner I would rate better is Rapid Journey



Kevin Wright
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Ray Morcomb wrote:

The dogs run last night in the egg was just about perfection

The only Easter Egg final winner I would rate better is Rapid Journey

So true Ray
It will be great to see the next group of dogs from American sires come out of the Wheeler Kennels .

I think so far PAW has used 5 or 6 different USA bred sires over his bitches in recent times .

So much for inbreeding when you can get dogs the calibre of Fernando Bale from out crossing to YANK blood


Sandro Bechini
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kevin wright wrote:

Ray Morcomb wrote:

The dogs run last night in the egg was just about perfection

The only Easter Egg final winner I would rate better is Rapid Journey

So true Ray
It will be great to see the next group of dogs from American sires come out of the Wheeler Kennels .

I think so far PAW has used 5 or 6 different USA bred sires over his bitches in recent times .

So much for inbreeding when you can get dogs the calibre of Fernando Bale from out crossing to YANK blood

Exactly Kevin

I believe we are all still learning how the USA blood is infusing itself in our breed and Kelso's Fusileer is providing a lot of clues as to what we need to get that balance of speed and strength from their breeds

The link to the Irish bloodlines and how all three can be combined to produce stronger and tougher dogs is not to be underestimated

Up to now we have had Flying Penske who has been a great progenitor of strength but not early pace and Kiowa Sweet Trey who has been reasonably successful via grandson Glen Gallon and starting to become prolific as a damsire and in damlines i.e. Space Star, Jayney Bale, Shifty Sticka etc

We have had a few litters of Hondo Black who is mainly a strength sire from what we see in the UK and has left a speed machine like Hooksy

Then there is your sire Paddy Whacker who is bringing back a branch of the Ginger sire line but chockfull of Irish/US blood

It will be interesting to see what he brings to the table.

Will he have a Sonic Flight type of influence or will he through to the speed of Gable Dodge and Molotov via his damline?

Your other sire Blazin Wildfire has had great success from a few litter sin the USA producing a number of AA class dogs. He could indeed be another branch of Brett Lee's line that could be exploited

We had Gable La Fourche before that who was mainly a speed sire.

He was a son of Gable Dodge as is Kelso's Fusileer.

KC and All is also a son of Gable Dodge who seems to leave speed dogs in the US and going forward could be a real find for Australian breeders, being inbred to Dutch Bahama as well





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he be one of the best box dogs i have seen, he stands still in the boxes and dosnt move a muscle, lids up he gone,


Darren Langley
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Ray Morcomb wrote:

The dogs run last night in the egg was just about perfection

The only Easter Egg final winner I would rate better is Rapid Journey

You must no have seen Radley Bale race was won a split second once boxes open. It was like his box opened 1 sec before the others.


Ray Morcomb
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Yes I was there for that race as well when he won from box 7 and you are right it was another near perfectly run race that Radley Bale put in that night

The 1994 win by Australian Cup hero Mancunian Girl was also a standout performance. She came out of box one and just blew them all away

So many great performances over the years in the great race. If there is ever a $1.000.000 to the winner race the Golden Easter Egg is a worthy race

darren langley wrote:

Ray Morcomb wrote:

The dogs run last night in the egg was just about perfection

The only Easter Egg final winner I would rate better is Rapid Journey

You must no have seen Radley Bale race was won a split second once boxes open. It was like his box opened 1 sec before the others.






Jack Gatty
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Talking of U.S. influence - it will be interesting to see if Destini Fireball will add something to our bitch's from his dam line.


Ray Morcomb
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I seriously, seriously doubt he will be given the chance in respect to numbers and quality broods

Jack Gatty wrote:

Talking of U.S. influence - it will be interesting to see if Destini Fireball will add something to our bitch's from his dam line.





Dale Hogan
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Fernando Bale has it all before him and he's bred to go to stud here in Australia no doubt at all there!! What are Ppl's thoughts to him going to my bitch.. Fernando Bale x Sandy's Girl (Brett Lee x Eco Eden) Eco Eden(Pure Octane x Al Fresco) is Mantra Lads litter sister... She's just had her 2nd litter to Bit Chili n barring injury by time I'm ready for her next litter he may well be close to standing at stud...

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