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Do you have questions about breeding theories?
Or do you need tips on how to rear your pups?

If your gonna INBREED !!!!page  1 2 3 4 


Steven Martin
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Do it to the best.

This litter has quite a few that can gallop and is an example of what can happen, when you get it right. ---> CLICK HERE




Con Reivers
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what about something like this Steve CLICK HERE got the sire but the bitch i was going to use was legless so decided to wait for a better bitch still looking for a magic sprite bitch to do this with


Mark Staines
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15 May 2020 05:19


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CLICK HERE


Tony Digiorgio
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steven martin wrote:

Do it to the best.

This litter has quite a few that can gallop and is an example of what can happen, when you get it right. ---> CLICK HERE

I can't see how this cross can be 53.1% Brett Lee.


Craig Andrews
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15 May 2020 06:03


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50% from top line and 3% from the bottom.

It's so dilute in the damline that I'd barely call it inbreeding although I guess technically it is.



Steven Martin
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Tony Digiorgio wrote:

I can't see how this cross can be 53.1% Brett Lee.


You need to put on your thinking-cap Tony.



Steven Martin
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con reivers wrote:

what about something like this Steve CLICK HERE got the sire but the bitch i was going to use was legless so decided to wait for a better bitch still looking for a magic sprite bitch to do this with


I no this is not the same Con but it's similar. It was done a couple of years ago & produced a Group winner ---> CLICK HERE



Ryan Vanderwert
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I always thought the unofficial definition of inbreeding was within 3 gens Steven, not sure a 1 x 5 qualifies. cheers.


Tony Digiorgio
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15 May 2020 08:03


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Ryan Vanderwert wrote:

I always thought the unofficial definition of inbreeding was within 3 gens Steven, not sure a 1 x 5 qualifies. cheers.

I'll lend you my thinking cap Steven.



Steven Martin
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Tony Digiorgio wrote:

I'll lend you my thinking cap Steven.

No thx. Yours doesn't work if you can't work out how this cross can be 53.1% Brett Lee....so I'll do the sum for you.

50% + 3.1% = 53.1%.

Tony Digiorgio wrote:

I can't see how this cross can be 53.1% Brett Lee.






Steven Martin
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Ryan Vanderwert wrote:

I always thought the unofficial definition of inbreeding was within 3 gens Steven, not sure a 1 x 5 qualifies. cheers.


I'm hearing you Ryan.....but if you told your mates that your great, great, great, grandfather was also your father....what would they call you?

I believe this is another "Unexplored Example" (thx to A.I.) of inbreeding. What else would you call it?


Tony Digiorgio
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Here you go Steven: -

EXTERNAL LINK


Simon Milgate
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steven martin wrote:

Ryan Vanderwert wrote:

I always thought the unofficial definition of inbreeding was within 3 gens Steven, not sure a 1 x 5 qualifies. cheers.


I'm hearing you Ryan.....but if you told your mates that your great, great, great, grandfather was also your father....what would they call you?

Tasmanian?



Steven Martin
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Simon Milgate wrote:

Tasmanian?


How did I know you were going to join the conversation Simon...LOL


Darren Leeson
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15 May 2020 12:41


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steven martin wrote:

Do it to the best.

This litter has quite a few that can gallop and is an example of what can happen, when you get it right. ---> CLICK HERE

Itís more brilliant use of Brett Lee in modern times!

This has also been done - CLICK HERE


Darren Leeson
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steven martin wrote:

con reivers wrote:

what about something like this Steve CLICK HERE got the sire but the bitch i was going to use was legless so decided to wait for a better bitch still looking for a magic sprite bitch to do this with


I no this is not the same Con but it's similar. It was done a couple of years ago & produced a Group winner ---> CLICK HERE

CLICK HERE



Howard Moshinsky
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15 May 2020 14:38


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no one told the pups were inbred


Paul Gebhard
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15 May 2020 20:46


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steven martin wrote:

Do it to the best.

This litter has quite a few that can gallop and is an example of what can happen, when you get it right. ---> CLICK HERE

Except for the fact that it doesnít comply to the usual criteria for inbreeding....


Raymond Peter Fewings
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15 May 2020 22:15


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Hi Con. Check out Magic Sprite - Little Millie, did not work but Worm Burner - Molly be Nimble did produce one topliner Coorong Lucy, rest of litter plain.



Graham Moscow
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Ryan Vanderwert wrote:

I always thought the unofficial definition of inbreeding was within 3 gens Steven, not sure a 1 x 5 qualifies. cheers.

My understanding is a sire 5 or more generations back in pedigree is reused, thatís Back to the Future breeding. This variation of breeding now growing. Imagine having a Temlee straw.


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