Owned and handled by Cruisin' with Indiana Jones, JH
Alternate Handler: Westwind Buffalo Soldier
Apprentice Handler: Snake River Medicine Man, SH
This is the part of your quote I found crazy... "FT only test one aspect of a retrievers talents and frankly pretty useless ones at that."
I actually agree with the first part of your statement I quoted back then... And don't disagree too much about some of the other kinds of dogs such as military or service dogs...
But, throw those dogs out in the middle of an all age stake without the training and they would be lost too...
Last edited by huntinman; 01-15-2015 at 10:01 AM.
I have to agree with Evan. There are lots of great dogs.
Marvin S. I am a nobody but thanks for the candid opinion on LM. If you saw him run and didn't like what you saw it doesn't take away from his accomplishments. I like to watch some dogs more that others myself. It's poetry in motion. Like Michael Jordan.
I noticed while looking through pedigree's that all of the great dogs of today and yesterday all date back to one common Sire. Super Chief. I would love to hear more from folks in "The Know"
Last edited by Camo9244; 01-15-2015 at 04:39 AM.
HRCH UH Kahluah's Midnight Thunder MH
HRCH Hammerin' Rayne
And if you kept digging every time you see Super Chief you would see Paha Sapa Chief, then Feehaven Muscles, then Grangemead Precocious who is also in the pedigree of Soupy's mother Ironwood Cherokee Chica. You then might also notice that quite a few great dogs of the 50s, 60s, and 70s were crosses of Cork of Oakwood Lane and Paha Sapa Chief and then crosses of their offspring, and so it goes.