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I was wondering if anyone had a contact for Magic? Also I know that these threads have been going around but I would like opinons on him. We are considering breeding to him this fall. We have a blf who should complete her MHR in the early fall. Once she has completed her MHR we are planning to breed her to a yellow FC or AFC dog. She is a great dog and is a pleasure to hunt, train and test. She is acutally out of my dog SR/WR Mark'em Miss Mattie and SR/WR HD Dodge Ram she has a very strong hunt test line with Gusto on the Sire's Side and Dr. Feelgood on the Mother's side. Also if anyone has any other suggestions on studs I would love to hear. Just for the record all we are waiting to hear back from on her hips, eyes, elbows and CNM test. Once all of those are cleared and we get her MHR then we will breed her. Anyway, sorry for the same old questions about a partciular stud or planned breeding but there is a lot of information on here that is very valuable and I appreciate reading it.

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David Sours
 

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I have a 6.5 month old BLM out of Magic and a MH bitch. He truly is a awesome pup. Great natural marker and very willing to learn. He is CC and has very solid obedience. The thing that I really appreciate is he loves retrieving. However, he turns it off very nicely. He lays on the couch with me and doesn't tear up the house.
 

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I've raised a number of his puppies,and they love to retieve, are very good in the water,are sensable and very easy to train.
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Hi all, I am a school student. In school we have a talent show. I and my friends are doing a comedy called the world's most obvious magic show. An example is if I am the magician I say "watch me make Kerry fly for a second and a half" I wave my hands and she jumps. I need the actual ideas for the world’s most obvious magic show? Any helpful ideas would be appreciated.
Here is an obvious magic trick(kids do not try this at home): Jump off a cliff and see how long it takes you to vanish into thin air...

Back to the topic, I have seen two pups out of Magic. They are young but they are nice marking dogs.
 

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I asked a local pro about the pups he has in training, and we talked about several well-known stud dogs. He liked his Magic pups--trainable and great personalities. He also said that Magic was retired from pro training and living at home. This was in June 2008.

Another test to add to your list would be EIC. Good luck.
 

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David,

I have a Magic pup here that I look forward to training everyday. He is a very cooperative dog, intense, focused and a very good marker. He JAMmed the Open last spring to become QAA as a 3 year old. With a little more experience he will be a very competitive AA dog. He finished 4th in an SRS with Joel Porter as a 2 year old with only an HR title. By the way, he is a very nice looking dog as well.

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I love my Magic pup. He has gone 4/4 on senior tests and will be running derbies in less than 1 month. I can't wait.
 

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I have a Magic Pup 20 mos. Wouldn't trade this one for anything. Hard Driving, mud slinging, straight running, and honest. Will retrieve all day and is able to turn it off and play with my 3 year old son. Magic is hard to be as a sire Record, Pedigree and "Excellent" Hips.
Good Luck
 
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