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Keith Brown
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Stud Dogs in Kentucky

what is the best stud in ky

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stud dog

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I must agree Big Creek Rat Tat is a dandy. I own a 4 month old female out of him and a dual grand Dukates Hillbilly Casey ( sister to Hillbilly Mr. Bojangles ). This pup has a great mouth on her, very smart, and has great feet if you like to show them. I honestly don't think you can find anyone nicer to deal with than Whitey Marshall. He is a fine fellow.

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R.H.Young
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Keith;;;;;;; Rusty Ruble has jackpot down in lawrenceburg, he is a grandson of spring creek rock, he is from what i hear a super dog that is reproducing his likeness.

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almost forgot,, seen barry at the restaurant the other day, raymond's pizza upon the hill. we talked a bit,, how is your young dog doing?... and sorry about not getting with you fellas the other night i already had plans to hunt with dad... let's try to get together in a night or so, i want to hear that young pup of your's go......

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John Vaught
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BURNING FORK WALKERS

WHAT WERE THESE HOUNDS FROM AND ARE ANY OF THESE HOUNDS STILL AROUND ?

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rgregory
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Burning fork dogs came from Ken Maynard in Pikeville. I have some of that blood.

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William Lay
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Elvis, third TW in performance Points in the country

stylish Jake is first.
Elvis is third
Rat tat is fifth.


all from KY.

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Jeff H.
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One to watch

Medleys Hardwood Homer The dog has won tons of money and is being ttled out in UKC.

No doubt there are alot of good studs in Ky but I think Homer will make a mark.

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Burning fork dogs came from Ken Maynard in Pikeville. I have some of that blood.
I am very familiar with whom they came from but was wondering what they originated from.......What line of walkers ?

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rgregory
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johnson's banjo ,maybe alitte cur .MAYBE YOU SHOULD BE MORE SPECIF WITH YOUR QUESTION?

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GREGORY

ARE YOU THE MAN THAT HAD THE LITTER MATE TO LONNIE ARTHUR'S CHIEF DOG THAT WAS 3/4 CUR..........

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Jeff H.
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Maynards Burning Fork dogs

Banjo breeding I think. Thru Dericksons Singing Banjo who was off of Johnsons Banjo. I think one of Dericksons Singing "something" was the sire of Neosho River Jet

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rgregory
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Yes but I don't know about 3/4 maybe 7/8.

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TEASIN GREGORY,

BUT HE DID LOOK ALL MIXED UP. I HAVE HUNTED WITH CHIEF A FEW TIMES BUT REALLY NEVER SEEN ANYTHING OUT OF HIM THAT WAS IMPRESSIVE.....SALLY WAS A DESCENT HOUND BUT HUNTED TO CLOSE TO DO MUCH OF A JOB I THINK SALLY WAS A DAUGHTER OF CHIEF BUT A MUCH BETTER LOOKING DOG THAN CHIEF.

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Sally was no relation to Chief. Chief could tree a coon & make it look easy but was a bit lazy & odd. The mate I had was a GRNT& a COONDOG.

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OWNER OF CHIEF

DESCIBED YOUR DOG AS THE SAME AS YOU DESCRIBE CHIEF...WOULD TREE A COON, LAZY, ODD ACTING 80 % OF THE TIME............. DIDN'T SAY ANYTHING ABOUT HIM EARNING A GRAND NITE DEGREE

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He was a GrNt I still have certficates. Can give all the names you want of people who can tell you he was far from lazy.If he had a fault in that regard it was where you may have to take him Off a tree.

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Mr. Vaught that is all history dead dogs get better to the people who liked them sorrier to the ones who didn't. But anytime you wonder what I feed call they get hunted regularly& suit me or die.They are like everybody elses not perfect with plenty of faults. but they get turned loose in the wild to speek for themself.

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Mr. Vaught that is all history dead dogs get better to the people who liked them sorrier to the ones who didn't. But anytime you wonder what I feed call they get hunted regularly& suit me or die.They are like everybody elses not perfect with plenty of faults. but they get turned loose in the wild to speek for themself.
I AM NOT DOUBTING YOUR CERTIFICATES OR YOUR DOG OR YOU ...I AM ONLY PASSING ON TO YOU WHAT KIND OF REPUTATION YOUR DOG HAD OUTSIDE YOUR OWN EYES........

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That was one man's view.How many dogs have you heard that gentleman compliment that weren't wearing his collar?

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JOHN ARE YOU TALKING ABOUT THE LONNIE ATRHUR FROM LONDON KY? AND IF YOU ARE HE DIDN'T GRAND HIM OUT, MY DAD HUNTS WITH HIM PROBABLY THREE TO FOUR NIGHT'S A WEEK. I THINK YOU GUY'S ARE TALKING ABOUT TWO DIFFEREN'T DOG'S..

AND WHAT MAKES YOU THINK THAT CHIEF WAS 3/4 CUR ANYHOW?

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macalesters finley river banjo might be in maynards stuff!! i thought the jet dog was off of minklers kansas rock off of spring creek rock but maybe im getting old and slipping a little!!lol

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macalesters finley river banjo might be in maynards stuff!! i thought the jet dog was off of minklers kansas rock off of spring creek rock but maybe im getting old and slipping a little!!lol


thats right was packing a lot of females in the earley
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