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    Just wondering a friend of mine had nigerino pups wats this bloodline known for and are they any good

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    Quote Originally Posted by racing62us
    Just wondering a friend of mine had nigerino pups wats this bloodline known for and are they any good
    Give us a pedigree. Like all dogs, some are good and some are bad. It really depends on how exactly the animal is bred.

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    Eli was the product of the breeding efforts of Floyd B. He was heavily bred on Floyd's all time favorite dog Blind Billy. When Eli a 2xw was bred to Mr. B.'s Spook, another Blind Billy breed dog, the outcome was to change the sporting community forever.

    Three famous names that come to mind from the Eli/Spook breeding are: Eli Jr., Bullyson, and a $#@! named Brendy.

    Eli Jr. was a fantastic 2xw himself and sire of one of the greatest dogs of all time, the 7xw Gr. Ch. Art. Art was unfortunately stolen and never recovered. Before Art was stolen the breeding's made with him produced a high percentage of quality game dogs and enough to make Art an 'ROM' producer. Just to imagine what Art could have produced if he wouldn't have been taken is enough to boggle the mind. Art had a litter brother who was an exceptionally talented dog in his own right, the 3xw Ch. Hurt.

    Bullyson was a 2xw, 1xL and another fantastic producer. Bullyson's only loss was to one of his sons Benny Bob. Benny Bob subsequently lost to Jimmy Boots in a classic match. Bullyson's legend as a producer can be found in many dogs, but his most famous offspring has to be the 5xw Ch. Honeybunch, the all time leading 'ROM' $#@!. Honeybunch subsequently produced the 4xw Ch. Jeep. Jeep now ranks as the number one 'ROM' dog to this day and literally deserves to be covered in a story alone. Other famous Bullyson offspring are Loposay's Buster 'ROM', and the ever so famous Midnight Cowboy.

    Brendy when bred to her brother Eli Jr., produced P. Carver's Black Shine. Shine subsequently produced the legendary 8xw, 1xL Ch Rascal, Oso Negro a brother to Rascal, and the world famous P. Carver's Stomponato. Rascal when bred to Honeybunch produced the 3xw Polly, who in turn was bred to Jeep's father the 6xw, 1xL Ch. Bo 'ROM', thereby producing the great 7xw Gr. Ch. Outlaw. Another famous Eli bred dog was the 5xw Gr. Ch. Nigerino. Nigerino represents some of the purest Eli Jr. blood to be found today and is a highly respected bloodline in its own right.

    The thing that make the Eli dogs so popular is that they are powerfully built dogs with devastating mouths who consistently throw these traits into their offspring.

    One of best crosses to be made with the Eli line, was with the 'ROM' Snooty dog. Snooty was an extremely intelligent dog who added the highly desirable traits of pit intelligence and style. Eli dogs tended to be barnstorming dogs and this would lead to short-windiness. The Snooty cross corrected this problem without sacrificing the highly desirable Eli traits. Probably the best known dog from this cross was the 4xw Ch. Chinaman 'ROM'. Chinaman had it all and has subsequently produced a superior line of dogs. The Chinaman dogs consistently throw intelligent, powerful, game dogs with a lot of mouth, literally a complete package. These dogs are true fast lane quality and continue to make an ongoing impact in today's sporting era. It would be impossible to list all the quality dogs that came directly or indirectly from Eli Jr., Bullyson, or Brendy, because their impact on the sport continues on today. Their are literally hundreds of famous dogs who owe their success to the Eli line and its originator Floyd B. and it would take an archive of novels to list the accomplishments of them all.
    Last edited by LONGHORNS; 05-30-2006 at 10:49 PM. Reason: add info

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    hope this will help you.

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    It helped a litlle but wat do most nigerino dogs lack and wat do the have

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    A lot depends on the parents. You can expect a rough, hard mouthed dog out of the Eli lines usually. Proven crosses with diff lines. A ped would help.

    I am a fan of the Nigerino stuff because it is heavy on the Gr Ch. Art blood. Art is one of the ALL time greatest dogs and nearly unbeatable due to the fact that he was an awesome finisher. Art was a good producer too.



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    wow that was a awsome answer to a bloodline question.
    Quote Originally Posted by LONGHORNS
    Eli was the product of the breeding efforts of Floyd B. He was heavily bred on Floyd's all time favorite dog Blind Billy. When Eli a 2xw was bred to Mr. B.'s Spook, another Blind Billy breed dog, the outcome was to change the sporting community forever.

    Three famous names that come to mind from the Eli/Spook breeding are: Eli Jr., Bullyson, and a $#@! named Brendy.

    Eli Jr. was a fantastic 2xw himself and sire of one of the greatest dogs of all time, the 7xw Gr. Ch. Art. Art was unfortunately stolen and never recovered. Before Art was stolen the breeding's made with him produced a high percentage of quality game dogs and enough to make Art an 'ROM' producer. Just to imagine what Art could have produced if he wouldn't have been taken is enough to boggle the mind. Art had a litter brother who was an exceptionally talented dog in his own right, the 3xw Ch. Hurt.

    Bullyson was a 2xw, 1xL and another fantastic producer. Bullyson's only loss was to one of his sons Benny Bob. Benny Bob subsequently lost to Jimmy Boots in a classic match. Bullyson's legend as a producer can be found in many dogs, but his most famous offspring has to be the 5xw Ch. Honeybunch, the all time leading 'ROM' $#@!. Honeybunch subsequently produced the 4xw Ch. Jeep. Jeep now ranks as the number one 'ROM' dog to this day and literally deserves to be covered in a story alone. Other famous Bullyson offspring are Loposay's Buster 'ROM', and the ever so famous Midnight Cowboy.

    Brendy when bred to her brother Eli Jr., produced P. Carver's Black Shine. Shine subsequently produced the legendary 8xw, 1xL Ch Rascal, Oso Negro a brother to Rascal, and the world famous P. Carver's Stomponato. Rascal when bred to Honeybunch produced the 3xw Polly, who in turn was bred to Jeep's father the 6xw, 1xL Ch. Bo 'ROM', thereby producing the great 7xw Gr. Ch. Outlaw. Another famous Eli bred dog was the 5xw Gr. Ch. Nigerino. Nigerino represents some of the purest Eli Jr. blood to be found today and is a highly respected bloodline in its own right.

    The thing that make the Eli dogs so popular is that they are powerfully built dogs with devastating mouths who consistently throw these traits into their offspring.

    One of best crosses to be made with the Eli line, was with the 'ROM' Snooty dog. Snooty was an extremely intelligent dog who added the highly desirable traits of pit intelligence and style. Eli dogs tended to be barnstorming dogs and this would lead to short-windiness. The Snooty cross corrected this problem without sacrificing the highly desirable Eli traits. Probably the best known dog from this cross was the 4xw Ch. Chinaman 'ROM'. Chinaman had it all and has subsequently produced a superior line of dogs. The Chinaman dogs consistently throw intelligent, powerful, game dogs with a lot of mouth, literally a complete package. These dogs are true fast lane quality and continue to make an ongoing impact in today's sporting era. It would be impossible to list all the quality dogs that came directly or indirectly from Eli Jr., Bullyson, or Brendy, because their impact on the sport continues on today. Their are literally hundreds of famous dogs who owe their success to the Eli line and its originator Floyd B. and it would take an archive of novels to list the accomplishments of them all.

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    that is why i am a fan of the nigerino and chinaman ped. it seems that through talking with one of the main nigerino breeders that the wind factor of the nigerino blood is a myth. but i also noticed that his new pups had chinaman, jeep, and nigerino blood all mixed in. i may be a noob but who the #@#$ can argue with that ped all in one? can anyone spot the ped that i'm talking about?

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    Was Stompanato really a Eli dog? His coloring and look is not that of a dog that is suppose to be so tight bred on Eli.

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    I like Nigerino type dogs very well rounded animals. I had a $#@! that was damn near pure and yes she did lack wind but none the less was a Bulldog. I have noticed over the years that when you cross the Nigerino blood you get the whole package, Jeep/Nigerino works really well but Nigerino/Chinaman bred together off the right dogs produces a monsters. If the pups are off two good bulldogs then go for it and get one but just like everyother line out there people have and are peddleing paperwork. So good luck and chose carefully. YIS Ole Man.

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    We used to have the last living daughter of Touwndsend/Frio boys CH Red rover and we bred her to our Magic dog. this produced some serius dogs!!. we also bred our Firefox $#@! in the USA my frind and pardner T Goldey traveld to Texas to bred her with WIJK,s Ripper at the time.
    we had mikst quality but one of them whent to new york. she was called fire fly!!..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Limey kennels View Post
    We used to have the last living daughter of Touwndsend/Frio boys CH Red rover and we bred her to our Magic dog. this produced some serius dogs!!. we also bred our Firefox $#@! in the USA my frind and pardner T Goldey traveld to Texas to bred her with WIJK,s Ripper at the time.
    we had mikst quality but one of them whent to new york. she was called fire fly!!..
    Was that the trip you met Deuce Kennels?

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    Countless greats (Hammonds,McManus,Floyd,ect...) Have used these (Eli,carver,Alligator,ect...)crosses with some of the best results in history.Shoot countless Kennels.Look deeper than the dogs ,and the paper.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mac 11 View Post
    Was that the trip you met Deuce Kennels?
    you need to give me a reminder, on that one

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