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beaglestotrack
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Hot stud dog

Post by beaglestotrack » Tue Oct 10, 2017 3:05 pm

What seems to be the top stud dog as of late

Markday
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Re: Hot stud dog

Post by Markday » Wed Oct 11, 2017 9:17 am

I have seen a few female’s run out of branko’s blue rider that I really like. I have 2 males out of Dago valley Bullet that is showing some good signs of being keepers also. There hard hitting with big mouths and they started super easy.

m_blankenship
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Re: Hot stud dog

Post by m_blankenship » Wed Oct 11, 2017 7:35 pm

MTN STATE BLUE BUD
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Re: Hot stud dog

Post by ericwaddle3 » Wed Oct 11, 2017 7:56 pm

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Rabbit/Hareman123
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Re: Hot stud dog

Post by Rabbit/Hareman123 » Thu Oct 12, 2017 5:30 pm

hunt em up max.........meachums doug.......wilsons izzo......

JacksonBoys
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Re: Hot stud dog

Post by JacksonBoys » Fri Oct 13, 2017 5:34 pm

There are many good stud dogs, and even many good flavors of the month. But the most important thing is a good solid bitch. We believe that the bitch is just as important as the stud dog if not more so. If I was going to take my good bitch and breed her somewhere it would be with a proven reproducer who I watched in the field with my own eyes and ears. Go watch the stud dog run and make sure he is your style and speed. Some call dogs fast that others think are medium and vice versa. Don't let them give you excuses when you want to watch the hound go to work. If that's the case go elsewhere.
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main event`s beagles
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Re: Hot stud dog

Post by main event`s beagles » Sat Oct 14, 2017 6:04 am

yawn

g_rabbitman
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Re: Hot stud dog

Post by g_rabbitman » Sun Oct 29, 2017 3:26 pm

I would get up with Lowell smith he has two top stud dogs

Wicker's Beagles
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Re: Hot stud dog

Post by Wicker's Beagles » Mon Oct 30, 2017 5:22 pm

I'd find me a real good blue speckled pointy headed hyper acting Australian Shepard , Blue Heeler , Border Colley , Jack Russell with blue glass eyes, long hair, short ears and a squeaky yappy house dog bark.
Lots of them are winning most all of the trials these days, just look around they're out there everywhere, they all cross well with a beagle and some will somewhat look like a beagle.

Nuff Said :eyes:

mybeagles
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Re: Hot stud dog

Post by mybeagles » Tue Oct 31, 2017 8:02 am

X2 what Wicker said...
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Hare Chaser
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Re: Hot stud dog

Post by Hare Chaser » Tue Oct 31, 2017 9:10 am

Wicker's Beagles wrote:
Mon Oct 30, 2017 5:22 pm
I'd find me a real good blue speckled pointy headed hyper acting Australian Shepard , Blue Heeler , Border Colley , Jack Russell with blue glass eyes, long hair, short ears and a squeaky yappy house dog bark.
Lots of them are winning most all of the trials these days, just look around they're out there everywhere, they all cross well with a beagle and some will somewhat look like a beagle.

Nuff Said :eyes:
Sometimes the best dog is tied/kenneled not far from home. Only a handful of people know about him. The owner doesn't trial..................all he does is hunt the hair of his dog and sometimes that dog is the only one he owns. Kinda like the only way anyone can be an expert is if they come from at least 500 miles away?

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Re: Hot stud dog

Post by Shady Grove Beagles » Tue Oct 31, 2017 12:25 pm

Harechaser
You couldn't have said it better.
Years ago when I lived in New Hampshire I had a pretty decent Bluetick coonhound.Never Nite hunted her in competition but she had quite a few coon knocked down to her and could do a pretty good all around job on them in most all conditions.
I took a trip down to Mississippi with an old coon hunting buddy of mine and we were invited to hunt with a man who at that time was one of the big names in breeding and competition hunts with dogs from his kennel.
He lived on a big ranch with over 500 acres,Bass ponds, top notch kennel set-up,the whole 9 yards.
We got ready to go to the woods that night and the fellow was telling me he was going to hunt a female that he had just turned down $4,900.00 for [this was 25 years ago] and that she was a top dog. I was feeling pretty intimidated and just hoped that my female wouldn't get smoked and embarrass me and the reputation of coon hunters from up north.
We cut them loose and off they went.Long story short -we struck and treed three coon that night.My female got first strike and first tree on all three, hunting on the other dogs home ground.
That fellow asked me what i'd take for my female and I told him $5,000.00. He said he wouldn't give that much for her!!! LOL.
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