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    excellent post. i run the mims strain which is mr. bulldog/britches/lil amber from k. marlowe....lil amber produced some of the best but more importantly she produced dogs that went on to produce dogs. my favorite redboy $#@! of all....that strain of redboy crossed with the rick rude/toothless jack patrick's blood has been as much as i could have asked for over the years...great post...s.

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    Great post .....................

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    thanks guys, i really love the redboy dogs when they are not watered down by peddlers.
    i have alot more info on alot of dogs put most things are better left off the internet

    anything that came straight from marlowe's yard was straight fire, mims got it good and so does sammy but the best out right now is from cottingham's dogs

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    we had some brought over here straight from marlowe's yard and i here ya

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    what bloodline adds mouth to it? besides jocko.

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    some of the "old" Sorrells blood crossed with the Marlowe's makes for a great all round dog with plenty of everything. some truely advantaged dogs.

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    Awsome post BXpits Thank you

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    I love Redboy crosses.......maybe because mine all have at least some in there.

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    Redboy/Sorrells at it's best. Show & GO Champion from an all star litter. http://www.apbt.online-pedigrees.com...&dog_id=209595
    Last edited by NorthernOutlaw; 10-11-2009 at 03:57 PM.

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    KEVLAR KENNEL'S
    very nice!

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    Great stuff on the RED BOY line of dogs, as far as Sorrells go I'm a Dugan fan

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    Quote Originally Posted by NorthernOutlaw View Post
    Redboy/Sorrells at it's best. Show & GO Champion from an all star litter. http://www.apbt.online-pedigrees.com...&dog_id=209595

    very nice dog! i really like the combination and i believe i have seen one of his pups around here. hit me up on pm i got a question

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    I don't own him.....just remember hearing about him yrs ago and knew he was Redboy over Sorrells.

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    This thread shoudl be pinned up

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bxpits View Post
    BAILEY"S BINGO
    Katie Marlowe made a breeding that made an impact in today's dogs. The \par litter I am talking about was when she bred her Fanny dog (double bred \par Granddaughter of Bass Tramp RedBoy) back to RedBoy. This breeding was very similar to the famous Chavis' Yellow John dog. From this breeding, came Bingo, Amber, and a few others. As a pup, Bingo was raised and campaigned by Katie Marlowe at the age of two. His first and only match was during the summer of '85 against a highly regarded dog going for his grand championship. After 1:27 minutes, Bingo defeated the four-time winner in great fashion. Shortly after he was matched, Katie sold him to Steel Fire Kennels. Three years later, in the summer of 1988, the SDJ had an advertisement posted by Steel Fire Kennels to sell Bingo. At the time, I kept a yard of tight Yellow John bred dogs. After talking to Fletcher Chavis, who was my main influence in the RedBoy dogs, I became very interested in a dog that I thought would make a big impact to my yard. Bingo would bring the RedBoy blood up close. Once I got Bingo in my yard, I wanted to personally see if he was as good as they say. He was rolled several times, in which he proved to me that he was going to be used as my primary stud dog.

    Bingo was bred to approximately 26 different gyps during the time I had him. Twenty of those gyps were my own. Although he was bred to a lot of great females, some of the ones that come to mind are Marlowe's Peaches (Eslinger), Bailey's Lacy, Bailey's Paycheck (pure Yellow John), Richardson's Cream, El Vira (2XW), and Bailey's Cherry. When he was bred to Peaches, the litter of pups consisted of WCC's Deacon ROM, Crenshaw's Hunter Red ROM, GR CH Radar, Charlie's Justice (2XW), and Red Girl (1XW and 1XL dead game). With Lacy's breeding came Ch Bubba, Rangel's Durango, Ginger, and Spooty. The last litter, I would like to mention was Bingo's breeding to Richardson's Cream. This litter consisted of two females that automatically come to mind. The two females were Blitz and Twister (dam of Pitstop's Red ROM). Other dogs that I would like to mention produced by Bingo were Bailey's Crypt (AKA Bo), Bailey's Cadillac, Bailey's (O. Stevens') Red Ape, Garner's Hap, and Ch Monkey Man. With those dogs in mind, Bingo has produced at least two Champions and 1 Gr. Ch.
    http://www.apbt.online-pedigrees.com....php?dog_id=64







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    He truly did make a dent in game with this dog right here and very excellent way at that

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    Great post! gotta love that Redboy blood!

    http://www.apbt.online-pedigrees.com...&dog_id=176799

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    a friend of mine has this breeding coming up, im still debating on getting a pup or not. what do you guys think?

    http://apbt.online-pedigrees.com/mod...&dog_id=253474

    http://www.apbt.online-pedigrees.com...&dog_id=302915

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    RED BOY DOGS


    For many years I have heard about Red Boy dogs. One of the first persons to popularize them was Katie Marlow also known as Carolina Kitten. She owned Triangle Acres Kennels. Her boyfriend, The Tom Cat, helped her to take care and handle the dogs. I heard, Red Boy dogs were extremely game with no mouth. Red Boy dogs are predominantly red nose and came from the Carolinas. My first thought of Red Boy dogs was, that they were probably Hemphill blood. Why I thought that is because they were red nose and Bob Hemphill was from S. Carolina. I always heard they were Colby blood from Howard Teal. I would see some of Howard’s dogs at conventions at Earl Adams in TN. I don’t ever remember any of Howard’s dogs looking like Red Boy or what he produced. So I started thinking about it more and more. I thought back years ago about other people that had Colby’s bloodline and I don’t remember any of them having dogs like the Red Boy dogs. I thought about people like Bob Neblett, Blair Hetrick’s, Walter Komosinski, J.R. Loposay and of the old Colby dogs. Many years ago I was up to Fergy’s place and he had just received 6 dogs from Medlin from his Outlaw blood. There was no Red Boy blood in them. As I thought about Medlin’s Outlaw dogs without Red Boy blood in them, none of them including Fergy’s were like Red Boy dogs. The 6 dogs that Fergy had were all ten-minute curs. Medlin’s Outlaw and Bass’ Red Boy Tramp were suppose to be half brothers from Teal’s Jeff.

    Over the years from seeing and becoming more familiar with Red Boy dogs my opinion changed where they came from. I would see dogs like Deacon and his brother Hunter Red and feel sure there was Hemphill blood in them. Deacon and Hunter Red could pass for our dog Maud’s littermates. Maud was pure Hemphill bloodlines. As I began to see more Red Boy dogs my opinion changed more and more. When I saw Bailey’s Bingo I thought he could pass for Ch. Iron Bear’s twin brother. Especially the white on the muzzle, his mouth and the shape of his front end. Where my opinion greatly changed was when I acquired a pup named Tramp. Tramp's sire was Deacon, his dam was Bailey and Long’s Blitz. Another occasion was when I acquired Jackel, her sire was Bingo and her dam was Lock’s Bliss. Bliss was a full sister to White’s Tab and Ch. Tramp. I bred Tramp to Jackel and the pups grew up to look like their parents.
    The look of conformation of Tramp, Jackal and their pups were like our female Gr. Ch. Koko and Corvino’s Shorty.

    One of the rumors that I heard about Red Boy dogs was, they come from a dog from South Eastern United States by the name of Ch. Whino. Whino bloodline was from Corvino’s Shorty. Another rumor that Bobby Holland, Yankee Boys and others would tell was that Bass claimed Red Boy’s blood came from TN. that Herbert Storms, Vera Storm’s husband, sent to TN. I knew a lot of people in TN. had similar bloodline like Storms.
    If anybody has ever seen the pedigree on Storm’s Dibo, Dibo's dam Stacy’s Taxi and on the topside of the pedigree you will see names like Christie’s Go Go and others. I first encountered George Christie back in the late 60’s early 70’s. George use to advertise in Bloodline Journal. Last time I talked to George he was on his deathbed in the middle 80’s. George and I had some similar stock from some Creed’s dogs. These dogs were based off Louis Baker’s dogs Shorty and Jack.
    These were from the Red Devil bloodline.
    George Christie sent Herbert Swafford Red Devil bred dogs to TN.
    Clarence Yates sent Herbert Swafford (Bred like Spike) and Earl Adams dogs that created Cajun Lulu and Sunset.
    If Red Boy was truly from the dogs from TN. This would explain the Hemphill/Red Devil look from Red Boy dogs that are ¾ or pure. I don’t believe this stock is from the Storm’s Dibo but from stock bred similar to her.
    By the way, George also owned littermates to Ch. Iron Spike R.O.M.
    I believe Red Boy is 75 to 80% Red Devil from Frank Creed of his Corvino/Clouse breeding
    from his Stabber and Red Devil dogs.
    The rest, 20 to 25% was of Hemphill blood of Herbert Storms or George's stock off Wilder's Mitzie,
    (Spike's older brother and sisters or litter mates).

    Bass’ Cleo’s pedigree has never been in great question. Cleo’s father was Loposay’s Cash. Cash’s father was Loposay’s Bouncer. Bouncer was a littermate brother to Wise’s Sister Sue, inbred Ross’ Red Devil.
    Thus making Bass’ Cleo 25% Ross’ Red Devil bloodline.
    If you believe Bass’ Red Boy Tramp’s pedigree is correct his dam would be Mcleod's Susie Q Gal. Susie Q Gal’s dam side would be Frank’s Sugar, Sugar’s mother’s side was pure Creed bloodlines from Rizer’s Bonnie, her sire was Geltz’ Tuffy, Ross’ Red Devil’s littermate brother, Bonnie’s dam was Lady Elgin, Lady Elgin’s pedigree appears in the old Your Friend and Mine published by Pete Sparks.
    If my memory serves me right when Lady Elgin was bred to Tuffy it was line breeding like grandfather to granddaughter.

    So whichever way you want to believe that Red Boy dogs are bred the FACT remaining is,
    there are Ross’ Red Devil bloodlines in the Bass’ Red Boy Tramp bloodlines.

    Ross’ Red Devil was predominantly made up of Corvino’s Shorty bloodline. Shorty’s sire was Bruce’s Jerry,
    Jerry was from Con Feeley stock of the “Old Family Reds”.

    Until next time………………
    Yours-in-Sport

    D.M. (Iron Mike) Norrod

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    Since the time I wrote this story,
    I was talking to my brother Dan and he reminded me why we first contacted George Christie years ago.
    I remember him having much of the Baker's Jack and Baker's Shorty blood as we had back then.

    When George talked about Herbert,
    I was pretty sure he meant Herbert Storms,
    Dan reminded me the name of the Preacher in TN., who did deals with Clarence Yates and George Cristie,
    his name was Herbert Swafford who used to live in Battle Creek and was related to Clarence.

    The reason why we contacted George is because he owned full siblings and litter mates to Spike.
    Now I remember running the UKC numbers years ago and having all this information wrote down in a file.
    There were more then one breeding of Maximillian and Mitzie.

    Herbert Swafford was good friends with Earl Adams and that is how Earl got the Yates dogs.
    I've been to shows at Earl Adams years ago in the early 70's. Howard Teal would be at a lot of them.
    This is where I was told, how and where Red Boy came about.

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