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Hello from across the pond!  

 

Sota
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25/09/2020 3:30 am  

Hello,

Our young bird season has just started and hopefully I will be able to compete with more experienced flyers.  Look forward to participating in the forum.

Best regards,

 

Sota

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Andy123
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25/09/2020 8:04 am  

Good morning and welcome to the site Sota. Hope you enjoy the site and look forward to you being involved on the forum.
You say your youngbird season is just starting, where are you from?


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Sota
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25/09/2020 12:55 pm  

I’m from the southern USA.

Sota


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Andy123
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25/09/2020 1:14 pm  

@sota great to have you onboard. Looking forward to hear how you get on and your methods. 


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chrisroscoe
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25/09/2020 3:12 pm  
Posted by: @sota

Hello,

Our young bird season has just started and hopefully I will be able to compete with more experienced flyers.  Look forward to participating in the forum.

Best regards,

 

Sota

welcome to the site Grin and i hope you enjoy it here would be nice to know how you guys over there race ect

 

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Sota
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25/09/2020 8:24 pm  

We want to know what methods y’all are using, so that we can try it out over here Smile  

 

Sota

 

 


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Andy123
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25/09/2020 10:35 pm  

@sota we race many different methods over here. A lot depends on the distances we are racing. I’m sure you will hear about the different methods from our members over time. I myself am only really interested in distance racing, over 500 miles. For this I race natural and only look to give my birds 2 to 4 races a season. 

Most fanciers here race to back garden lofts and the majority now have ETS timing. How do fanciers over there keep their pigeons?

We race here mainly during our spring and summer months. Generally from late March till mid September. 

We also have 2 members on here regularly who are from Australia. Their racing is quite different. 


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Trevor Hodges
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26/09/2020 8:25 am  
Posted by: @sota

I’m from the southern USA.

Sota

Welcome to the site Sota, I hope you find it useful and enjoyable. Good luck with your youngsters, I hope it's a successful season for you and look forward to following your results. 


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Muzza
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26/09/2020 9:12 am  

Hi Sota,

Welcome to the forum. I hope you enjoy it. 

Like you, I am interested in different training methods around the world. I am in Australia, where the racing is quite unlike what you will be used to. 

I look forward to hearing about the racing where you live. Happy  

Regards

Murray.


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Petedav
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26/09/2020 9:42 am  

Welcome to the site site.


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Sota
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27/09/2020 11:38 pm  

Thanks for the welcome!

 

Sota


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