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Richard Lambert
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I took Bella to a UKC hunt Fri night and got a First place win with her. Then I took my Million Dollar Momma to a PKC hunt last night and won $54 with her.

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Talking

quote:
Originally posted by Richard Lambert
I took Bella to a UKC hunt Fri night and got a First place win with her. Then I took my Million Dollar Momma to a PKC hunt last night and won $54 with her.


SO COULD YOU HANDLE A DOG FOR ME

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HOME OF 2010 HIGH SCOREING REDBONE FEMALE, DUAL CH Y2KD, #7 REPRODUCING RED FEMALE
NT.Ch. WINNER AT REDBONE SEC. 2008
3RD PL. NT.CH. 2009 BATTLE OF BREEDS AT ADA OKLA.
4TH PLACE R.Q.E 2010
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WENT TO 2010 WORLD HUNT
AMERICAN REDBONE ASSOCIATION HIGH SCOREING REDBONE FEMALE OF THE 2010 WORLD HUNT
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MADE-EM SEE RED

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Richard Lambert
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Don, I have retired.

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U NOT OLD ENOUGH YET

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HOME OF 2010 HIGH SCOREING REDBONE FEMALE, DUAL CH Y2KD, #7 REPRODUCING RED FEMALE
NT.Ch. WINNER AT REDBONE SEC. 2008
3RD PL. NT.CH. 2009 BATTLE OF BREEDS AT ADA OKLA.
4TH PLACE R.Q.E 2010
2ND PLACE OVERALL AT ZONE 4 AND DOUBLE CAST WINNER 2010
WENT TO 2010 WORLD HUNT
AMERICAN REDBONE ASSOCIATION HIGH SCOREING REDBONE FEMALE OF THE 2010 WORLD HUNT
OVERALL HI SCOREING DOG AT 2010 BBCHA BLUE TIC SECTIONAL
GR.NT.CH. AT 12 and A HALF
MADE-EM SEE RED

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Richard Lambert
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Well, Sally, Willow and Wendy are all gone now. They all lived productive lives. I wonder just how many coons the three of them treed? I guess that Wilma, Storm and Rhonda will have to step up now.

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Uh oh, Rhonda started dripping today. Life goes on.

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Oh my goodness, is this the next Foundation female?

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Richard Lambert
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Re: Foundation/Brood Females

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Four generations of Redbone females are now in my yard... Daughter Twilight, Mom Wilma, Grandmom Wendy and Great Grandmother Willow. If only Great Great Grandmother Sally, Great Great Great Grandmother Sweetie and Great Great Great Great Grandmother Rose were still alive. One is in heat, one is pregnant, one just had a litter of pups and one has yet to start her career.




I am down to only 3 generations now. Wendy and Willow have both passed on. Here is the future now:

Copperhead Red
............Bella
....................Wilma

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Oh my goodness, a toenails dug in, belly rubbing, bark every breath tree dog. Josie is the spittin image of her great grandmother Long Tall Sally. Imagine that, I wonder what her pups will be like...

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Long Tall Sally....

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Can you see where Willow, Wendy, Chick, Sheba, Rachel, Storm, Wilma, Bell, Rhonda, Josie, Whiskey, Wanda and a few males got their tree style from? Bond calls them cookie cutters.

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Josie

[QUOTE]Originally posted by Richard Lambert
Oh my goodness, a toenails dug in, belly rubbing, bark every breath tree dog. Josie is the spittin image of her great grandmother Long Tall Sally. Imagine that, I wonder what her pups will be like...

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Nice looking female there]

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Richard Lambert
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I wonder who raised and started her.

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quote:
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I wonder who raised and started her.


Tell me about Josie Richard- Having been out of the picture I havenít been keeping up with all these females.

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Richard Lambert
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Mike Swords got a Ranger x Wendy puppy from me at 8 weeks old. He started it and it was doing excellant treeing coons all on its own when it got ran over and killed one night. So he got a little Buck x Wendy puppy. He got her going on her own but she went too deep and he was afraid that she would get run over at his house. Jason Guilliams had a very nice young dog named Bolt that he got from Jared Hutcheson but he died from tick disease. So Jason bought Josie from Mike. She is a nice young prospect but I don't think that Jason is going to tell anyone.

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GrNt Coffman Smoking Buck X L's Wendy

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I wonder who raised and started her.

I'm glad Jason has done a great job with her. I told people that if the right person got her she could be a world champion

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Richard Lambert
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Mike, I just wish that you would get another pup and get it started. Josie is in good hands. Jason took Roc to the UKC Finals in Iowa this past year.

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Pup

Richard I hope I'm not through and I like your dogs alot. I am still caretaker for my wife and when and if that is better I hope to turn up the heat again. I am hunting Charm my Trip and Woody female and treeing good many coon with her. She is really my kind of dog. Toot your whisle and here she is. Does it all with a mouth like a male. I'm hoping for better days my friend. Maybe we'll do it again

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Richard Lambert
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Long Tall Sally....

exoctic baby names



How far down the line are traits passed on? Here is one of Sally's great great great grandpups....


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I don't have room in my frame to add Rhonda's picture.

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Oh my goodness, I just got this text of another Buck x Wendy female. She is a littermate to the female in the picture above that Mike Swords started.

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Looks Like Josie

This dog has very similar looks to Josie. She is doing good also?

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Richard Lambert
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That "look" is stamped in them. She is being hunted solo and is running and treeing. Too Much Buck, Lady, Josie, Trump and Whiskey are all doing it on their own now. Five out of a litter of eight isn't too bad for an outcross. That is why I bred a daughter of Wendy, (Wilma) to Ranger semen. If that litter turns out as nice, I will breed Rhonda to Ranger. Then I can start linebreeding again. They will have the "foundation" in them.

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