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    Quote Originally Posted by Jacob Hawkes View Post
    An unknown young dog with a ton of talent is Thor (Rolling Thunder X1X). It'll be interesting to see how many breedings he gets in the future.
    Wow Jacob. Thanks for bringing Thor into this thread. I had Thor for eighteen months until I sold him to one of Danny's clients.

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    Rumor is that Shayne Mehringer is an up and comer
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    Quote Originally Posted by EdA View Post
    Shayne Mehringer is an up and comer
    Certain Dam's you can breed a billy goat to and get good pups.
    Rick Curtis ~ Currently in Ontario, CA by way of Spokane, WA and Northern CA.

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    Quote Originally Posted by helencalif View Post
    Winner, winner.
    Helen

    Holy cow. I looked him up on EE and he's having one hell of a year.
    Rick Curtis ~ Currently in Ontario, CA by way of Spokane, WA and Northern CA.

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    There have been several litters sired by Juice and I know that the pups are quite nice. I'll be breeding to him later this Fall and I know of one other litter that will be coming along shortly.

    Juice is still a young dog and when people start seeing what he is producing I think the numbers will start to increase.
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    What is Juices registered name?

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    FC Fresh Squeezed Juice is who I believe they are referring to...
    River Bottom Retrievers

    HRCH River Bottom Riparian Backwater MH - "Timber"
    (FC Riparian Windfall X HRCH Drenicks Castile Creek Allie MH)

    River Bottoms Simply Elegant - "Pearl"
    (FC Drake's Bay Parting Of The Sea X Oldsquaw's Miss Darla QAA)

    River Bottoms Leather N Lace - "Lacey"
    (FC AFC Wood River's Franchise X CFC Baypoints My Girl)


    www.RiverBottomRetrievers.net

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    I had the first litter out of DOIT. He had a great derby career, that's what caught my eye, then watched him at a few trials and liked what I saw. He AFCed two weeks after the pups were born, most of the pups went to hunting homes, one field trial guy, and one male I kept. He is exactly what I was looking for. Time will tell, I also heard real good things about Telle, researched the pedigree back several years, several dogs who received the thomas merritt award for outstanding sire of field trial dogs are in the pedigree, i believe back to 1973. 6 Am wins this year,
    first Am win around 2, qualified for 2 nationals, just turned 4 years old in april.

    he is on my STUD list

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brokengunz View Post
    I had the first litter out of DOIT. He had a great derby career, that's what caught my eye, then watched him at a few trials and liked what I saw. He AFCed two weeks after the pups were born, most of the pups went to hunting homes, one field trial guy, and one male I kept. He is exactly what I was looking for. Time will tell, I also heard real good things about Telle, researched the pedigree back several years, several dogs who received the thomas merritt award for outstanding sire of field trial dogs are in the pedigree, i believe back to 1973. 6 Am wins this year,
    first Am win around 2, qualified for 2 nationals, just turned 4 years old in april.

    he is on my STUD list
    Are there any Nike litters in the pipeline? Do you have contact info for the Foster's

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    I will send you Paul Fosters number >

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