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Andy123
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14/11/2020 7:58 pm  

Here are the entries for our first show. 

1.

2573E46D 2830 4DA4 90E3 5700F29D72EE

 

2.

86AE77AD EA3C 406C 8671 FCCEFF808375

 

3.

027C1A33 D837 427D 8D3B 749D922F956B

 

4.

0A88B2F5 D533 4E11 A2A7 01D64969D948

 

5.

7F8A084F 8596 4B2C 892F 364744683F36

 

6.

4D0FDD4F C0FC 48A8 869B 1EBA30645F3B

 

7.

C234DFD1 30CF 429F 9C4F A2E8756418CD

 

8.

50D356C0 C888 4AE4 BE32 993F8E3544E0

 

9.

EC53FF1B 25AF 4023 9D95 37E028C95E29

 

10.

424E1AD4 06DA 4FD6 A9DA F854D4793B06

 

11.

F6080CCA EE32 4AC2 867D C6A7F031EB7B

 

12.

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13.

A9C28DCB F4A2 45E0 98A3 0CA57BF09BBE

 

14.

098D0BE2 FBF1 4E98 B109 325A0EEE6FF9

Well done members who have entered.

Buster is going to be our judge and will let me know his decision tomorrow and I will put the results up tomorrow. 

 

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rainbow
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14/11/2020 9:11 pm  

good luck all


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killer
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14/11/2020 9:27 pm  

Very nice , is the Dark Cheq tick eyed a distance bird ,


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Andy123
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15/11/2020 9:57 am  

Thank you Buster for judging this class.

Buster’s choice is:

FIRST

No 12: Andy

D752B85D F8B5 4423 943E 077AEB9E55AF

 

SECOND No 10: GEORGE (Rainbow)

0C3EF2B2 9E62 413C B72A DBCE524396B2

 

THIRD No 9: PETE

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Well done all 

Next weeks class is young cocks. 

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Andy123
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15/11/2020 10:00 am  

The pigeon of mine that won is 01. Bred by Pete for Murray for the Barcelona challenge. A lovely pigeon to handle as well. 


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Petedav
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15/11/2020 10:12 am  

Well done buster, some cracking birds on show, well done all who entered. 


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buster121
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15/11/2020 11:11 am  

Well done everyone some great entries

 


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15/11/2020 11:23 am  

well l done the winner and 3rd


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15/11/2020 3:58 pm  

Number 5... however bred that youngster?,was it a blackfoot injun in the nest? think it could carry the "DIRTY " gene ,if it can avoid the hawks and falcons the next few years it possible would do well at the very long end


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15/11/2020 4:50 pm  

the feet don't look black to me can the colour change


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15/11/2020 5:15 pm  

Well done all that entered this week, and thank you Buster for judging today.Well done all the winners also.


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15/11/2020 5:18 pm  
Posted by: @grizzlecock

Number 5... however bred that youngster?,was it a blackfoot injun in the nest? think it could carry the "DIRTY " gene ,if it can avoid the hawks and falcons the next few years it possible would do well at the very long end

She is mine out of Lambrechts, there is no injury on her foot,as far as I’m aware..What you can see is a yellow clip ringing her right foot, if that’s what you are referring to.


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15/11/2020 8:00 pm  

Well done Andy and to the other winners 👏👏 well done to all who entered, there are some cracking looking youngsters on show again, a credit to all 👍

Well done Buster, a tough week to judge mate. 

 The tic eyed checker of Rich's is very nice, also really like numbers 14, 3 and 6 I could add more as they all look nice. 

Mine are number 1 (66) she is a Crammond and Langstaff, she had 6 out of 8 races and flew Oakhampton 155miles. She had a 4th club from Lyndhurst 51miles and should have been 1st club by about 2 minutes from our last race Blandford 72miles if she had trapped, she ended up 8th club but my 2nd pigeon took the honours. 

Number 7 (63) she is a Crammond/Langstaff cross Coulter/Brasspenning, she is out of my mist consistent yearling Cock and was my most consistent youngster. She had all 8 races and was my first bird from 4 of them and was my 2nd bird on another 3 occasions, in these she took two 1st clubs a 2nd club, 3rd club, 4th club. She was actually 2nd to number 66 on the last race but trapped 1st so took the top spot. 

Number 11 (84) is actually a later bred youngster, she is a Mick Parrish cross Faroes she had 5 of the 8 races including  Oakhampton, I also have her first round sibling and Christopher (on here) has her nest mate. I have big hopes for these birds over the next couple of seasons but they won't get pushed too hard too soon. The Faroes line is from Andy's original pair. 

Here are a couple of my other young hens. 

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 There is one more but she might go into the colours class so I'll save her for later 👍🤠


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15/11/2020 8:28 pm  

@rainbow Hi Rainbow,if the youngster receives the "dirty " gene from either 1 or both its parents it will have black feet in the nest which slowly fades to the normal colour over time... in many cases you will notice slight  even tiny white marks about the head.

   Its nothing to do with anything wrong  dirty or unclean with these birds.

 


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15/11/2020 8:32 pm  

Chris  on here has a yb from me with black feet must ask him if they are still black


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