Lisgarvagh Jet

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minnesotaspaniel
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Lisgarvagh Jet

Post by minnesotaspaniel » Sat Dec 30, 2017 9:51 pm

I'm thinking about using this dog and importing some frozen semen for my Buccleuch bred female. Does anyone have information or possible first hand experience with his offspring so far ? Curious to see comments from people with pups on the ground or particularly anyone who has pups old enough to provide general feedback on their results. I like his size and action (watched the championship videos) but I know nothing about the Irish side of his pedigree other than that his mother is a two time Irish Champ winner. Any feedback would be appreciated !

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Re: Lisgarvagh Jet

Post by James » Mon Jan 01, 2018 11:34 am

He won and qualified for this year's championship under me and it can hunt that's for sure. Hes a good size and has a powerful action, it has had some nice bitchs now but ive not seen any pups by him yet.
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Re: Lisgarvagh Jet

Post by minnesotaspaniel » Mon Jan 01, 2018 6:49 pm

Thanks James . I'm moving ahead ... so wish me luck.

Contacted Ed and have set things in motion to get the collection and shipment arrangements started. I'll update this post with the process/results.

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Re: Lisgarvagh Jet

Post by EssGrouse » Fri Jan 05, 2018 3:57 pm

We went over the water to use Jet on my friends FTCh after we had stood behind him at last years champs. Ed is a top bloke and upfront and honest.

The dog is quality, real dog dog.

The offspring from that are now about 8 month old and my mate kept 2 back from the litter and both are really smart. I would use him if he complimented a bitch of mine.
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Re: Lisgarvagh Jet

Post by High On » Sat Dec 08, 2018 5:39 am

Minnesotaspaniel who is the sire and dam of your Buccleuch female?

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Re: Lisgarvagh Jet

Post by High On » Thu Dec 27, 2018 9:46 pm

Minnesotaspaniel I also have a Buccleuch female. Still young and in training. Really like her. I'm looking to the possibility of breeding her. I wonder who your girl is out of? PM me.

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