Repeat Matings - Successful in Trials

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Re: Repeat Matings - Successful in Trials

Post by Miesque » Fri May 27, 2016 2:31 pm

We do it a lot in thoroughbreds - take the lovely blue hen mare, Jude, bred to Sadlers Wells all her life until his retirement when she went to his son, Galileo. Produced Hold Me Love Me, Yesterday, Quartermoon and All My Loving who were placed in black type races (So the equivalent of FTAW) all the way up to Group One Classic placings (Championship placings). Same cross each time.

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Re: Repeat Matings - Successful in Trials

Post by PERCE » Sun May 29, 2016 5:19 pm

Old wives tale, Tweedshot Kite was the product of a repeat mating.

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Re: Repeat Matings - Successful in Trials

Post by javadudd » Tue May 31, 2016 4:04 pm

Thanks for all your views folks much appreciated :clap:

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Re: Repeat Matings - Successful in Trials

Post by Smokey » Wed Jan 25, 2017 7:46 pm

FTCH Moelfamau Mini born 21/11/2007 was two years and three month when she won the championship, the repeat mating of Argyl Warrior with Flora Spreadable saw FTCH Moelfamau Griffon born 3/12/2009 and three years and a month later he won the championship (he did wait a year longer but won it on ice) you right it's an old wives tale, repeat mating's don't work :whistle:

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Re: Repeat Matings - Successful in Trials

Post by scot-ish » Thu Jan 26, 2017 8:07 am

Wernfrwyd Kathleen ( who produced Scimitar) was from a repeat mating which produced two champions from the first mating Dai Back, and Siarl. these were all the product of line breeding to Snake, or altleast that bitchline with Ci Twt and Melyngoch.

repeat mating line bred have a greater chance of the same product, since there isnt the genetic diversity available to throw so many different combinations.

Although Mallowdale Midge has produced champions from two litters to Dealer, herself from a litter of three champions (maggy & Music) and the repeat mating from that produced X Factor.
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Re: Repeat Matings - Successful in Trials

Post by EssGrouse » Thu Jan 26, 2017 11:48 am

Brett of Stagsden to Helmsway Hope should be another, as hope only produced all dogs her first litter, 3 of which qualified for this years championship first season of trying. Her offspring from the repeat mating are looking just as good too.
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Re: Repeat Matings - Successful in Trials

Post by pip-dubh » Tue Feb 13, 2018 2:35 pm

hopefully a successful repeat mating of Helmsway heath to gannowfell amethyst ,1st litter produced 1 int ftch 2 ftw 1 ftaw the other 2 went to shooting homes

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Re: Repeat Matings - Successful in Trials

Post by 3Springers » Tue Feb 13, 2018 2:45 pm

We bred our bitch with the same sire for two litters. The first litter produced 2 x FTAW winners, and the second litter so far has 1 x FTW and 2 x FTAW (these dogs are still competing). I know we're not up there with the FTCH's yet, but we're still hoping :-)

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Re: Repeat Matings - Successful in Trials

Post by pip-dubh » Tue Feb 13, 2018 2:48 pm

i think thats a great achievment

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Re: Repeat Matings - Successful in Trials

Post by 3Springers » Tue Feb 13, 2018 2:56 pm

Thank you :-)

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