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Flanders field boys Beanie

Discussion in 'Staffordshire Bull Terriers' started by Jstaff, May 3, 2017.

  1. Lrs

    Lrs Big Dog

    Just a shame more than half have never seen a days graft
     
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  2. Dusty Road

    Dusty Road Top Dog

    I bet its closer to 95% have not seen any graft ,,
     
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  3. Lrs

    Lrs Big Dog

    I was trying to be polite lmao just lazy pet owners who have never even seen a field never mind a square.
     
  4. think dusty road was polite as well with the 95%
    I may be out of the loop but have not heard of beanie offspring in a while
    whats funny is that I recall when I first saw her in a treadmill race she reminded me of a bull terrier cross , she lacked that distinct stop most staffs have
    brings back a lot of memories this conversation

    there was a dog back than called PIlot he was pretty good
     
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  5. Jstaff

    Jstaff Big Dog

    Such a shame, ruined um!
     
  6. Lrs

    Lrs Big Dog

    From what I can see it's the same thing with bull lurchers today there's a certain type of dog owner who likes to talk about what his dogs sire/grand sire could do and assures you his dog could do it if he let it.thats why he let him breed.
     
  7. Jstaff

    Jstaff Big Dog

    Talk is cheap, the truth can only be seen with your eyes!
    Far to many breeding to make a dog look as mean as possible but when it's time to step up the dog can't do shit!
     
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  8. Smuggler

    Smuggler Pup

    Same as all the stafford strains...
     
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  9. mccoypitbulls

    mccoypitbulls CH Dog

    All this chat with no picture..or pedigree/pedigrees..lol...for us to check out?
     
  10. Jstaff

    Jstaff Big Dog

  11. mccoypitbulls

    mccoypitbulls CH Dog

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  12. mccoypitbulls

    mccoypitbulls CH Dog

    Even see some O flyn..flynn..an irish friends grandfather bred those ones. They still have them to this day..badger dogs.
     
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  13. mr smith

    mr smith Pup

    Bulldoghistorian are you on about pilot? He was bred to beanie
     
  14. I think he was yes
     
  15. F.W.K.

    F.W.K. Retired Historican

    ."FFB's Beanie"
    Sire: "Hagler II" Dam: "Northford Suzie II"


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    Beanie (left) pictured with Irish Jack.

    Achievements:
    "Beanie" was regarded very highly as both a performer and producer,born in N.Ireland she proved her gameness in a number of demanding tests before being matched twice and winning both,one against a Reid cross in 46 mins and the second in 1hour 38mins into a Patrick cross. Shortly after this Beanie was purchased by L&B; kennels in England where she was bred twice,once to the Milo dog giving BeanieII and also to Jocko producing a litter that included Jocko Jr and Merlin. Some time after she was sent over to Europe on the yard of the FFB's where she remained.Here she was bred four times,to Barney,Pilot,Rickey and finally to her son Jack.There were game offspring in all four litters,proving her worth as a brood bitch. At least six of her progeny were matched,these were Rickey Jr(1xw),Jocko Jr(1xL picked up game to an APBT, a son of Ch.Neillson),Flynn(2xw),Sharon(1xw),Droopy(1xL)and Jack(1xw). There were others that were'nt matched but were proven game.Beanie can rightly be regarded as a modern great in Staffords.
     
  16. Jstaff

    Jstaff Big Dog

    What do you think of this ped then
    https://pedigree.gamedogs.cz/details.php?id=102199
     
  17. mr smith

    mr smith Pup

    Iv always been told sire was Shane Regardless she produced good dogs who intern produced and so on
     
  18. F.W.K.

    F.W.K. Retired Historican

    Controversy about pedigrees is a game into the game of game dogs, it's like wadding through a pile of mud.
    869199632026c84de2e6de491eebb849.jpg
     
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  19. Dusty Road

    Dusty Road Top Dog

    Thats not "Irish Jack "
     
  20. Dusty Road

    Dusty Road Top Dog

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