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Jerry Copley
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1970ís or early 80ís

Iím looking to see if anyone can help me with some info on a blue dog my dad owned back in the early 80ís. He has lost the papers, and Iím wanting to learn what his bloodline went back too. Iím pretty sure the sireís name was either Corn Hollow Blue Thunder, or Corn Hollow Blue Cloud. Anyone with any info. Would be greatly appreciated. Thanks in advance.

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ov_blues
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If I remember right Corn Hollow Blue Thunder was out of Brush Creek Blue and Ohio Valley Blue April who was out of Hammer II and Ohio Valley Blue Kate. That was a long time ago. Lol.

I wonder if the mother of your Dads dog was Jude?

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Iím not sure, we have lost his papers. Iíd like to find a young dog, or pup thatís out of that bloodline. He was the best hound Iíve ever hunted with. My dad was probably went through a 1000 dogs trying to find another one like him. Lol

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Iím not sure, we have lost his papers. Iíd like to find a young dog, or pup thatís out of that bloodline. He was the best hound Iíve ever hunted with. My dad was probably went through a 1000 dogs trying to find another one like him. Lol


Almost impossible to find that mixture of blood now and if so it is several generations back. Me and my Dad bred off of that mixture of blood for years and it produced a lot of coon dogs. Dogs in that pedigree were some of the foundation blood that Dad had and then we used for several generations.

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