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I just went all the way back into Raven's pedigree and found a picture of her earliest relative!

 

 Ch. Bengali tigress of Copenore


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WOLSEY


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  from MA 2003

1st - Farnaby Fallen Woman of Wickaven (Toogood)
This brindle bitch is abit dark for my own tastes, but her overall super quality well compensates for me. With a lovely feminine head, broad and well defined she shows off her dark, kindly eyes. Super topline to a well developed body of correct length, deep well sprung ribcage, lovely shoulder placement, well angulated - she moved like a dream, with that power, drive and truth so hard to get in the breed. She well desrved the CC and I have since found from the catalogue that she is the sister to my dog winner, what a combination. Challenging for BIS the two of them really impressed, but the girl had it as she is so mature and lovely.
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1st - Merrowlea Mr Bradley (Sarjeant)
8-year old ap/br, super head, eyes, muzzle & nostrils, well-muscled neck of good thickness & length, moderate slope to shoulders, exceptionally good front, bone & pasterns, deep & wide in body with ideal couplings & topline, still retaining strength & soundness in rear, slowing down these days on the move but sound both ends.
- BVIS -


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"Above all, a uniform type should be aimed at by breeders and uniformity of type can only exist in a proportionate ratio in the purity and distinctiveness in any breed"!.........M. Moore
"If breeds did not adhere to a specific shape, form, and colour range, or if breeders disregarded this blueprint, the breed would degenerate to the point that it would hardly resemble the breed at all. Selective breeding does not just create breeds- it preserves them as well." Breeding purebred dogs inherently means accepting limitations on your freedom to just breed anything...Catherine McMillan
" A reinforced consolidation of the American and British standards could be the basis for restoring our breed to the gladiatorial glory of its ancient past, in capability if not in usage".....Norman Howard Carp-Gordon
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Marcella late 1800's brindle. I wonder if Falcon goes back to her?


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" A reinforced consolidation of the American and British standards could be the basis for restoring our breed to the gladiatorial glory of its ancient past, in capability if not in usage".....Norman Howard Carp-Gordon
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Love the bone and depth of body on that bengali tigress!


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Yes!

 

Her ears could be better and her tail goes a bit passed her hocks.

 

The judges loved her bite!...LOL

 

Scratch one brindle!


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" A reinforced consolidation of the American and British standards could be the basis for restoring our breed to the gladiatorial glory of its ancient past, in capability if not in usage".....Norman Howard Carp-Gordon
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Gorgous brindles guys Candi

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tee hehe... I saw another pic of Cider!!!!

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There are a lot of pictures of Cider. ha ha ha.
I'm a photo posting fiend.


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WOW Giselle i have not seen Cider for yonks. She looks Terrific ))) I just remember the pup she was.  And look at her now .
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Jess, I am in love with the 12th and the 20th photos. You have some gorgeous brindles there!


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I Just read through this brindle topic and found it rather interesting. There is room different thoughts on what is "correct" brindles with how the guildlines are worded and I do think that they need to be changed. We see enough "reverse" brindles, be they fawn or apricot, that the words should include them as well as the "black" brindles. I am in the groups that loves brindles and have bred a brindle in every litter of mine over the last few years. There is the topic "Bridgette & Giselle visit Cain & Co" with pics of my brindles so I will not post them here. I have dark fawn-brindles, dark apricot-brindles, a "black" brindle, a reverse fawn-brindle and one that looks like a reverse apricot brindle. I love the many colors of brindles and enjoy the patterns that are showing up.   

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i have heard and seen plenty of variations of brindles but i've never heard "correct" or "incorrect"

 

interesting!

 

my boy has both fawn and apricot colors on him. it's mostly fawn and in pics it's hard to see the apricot, tho some pics ppl think he's "all" apricot brindle

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Hey Anthony He is wonderful, I would love to see him next year at the Queencreek show in Arizona.  Jon

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A bump for more brindle pictures.....

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Here is Renee with an unusually colored background..

That's not my building painted lavender! Our only close neighbor is a little old woman who painted her house and everything she could this color. Now that she's in a nursing home and her family is getting her house ready for sale I'm hopeful whoever buys it will have better taste in outdoor decor...

 

Anyway, it's a nice tanky shot of my black brindle girl

 


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She's gorgeous Nancy!!  Even with a pepto-pink () background!


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Wow that "reverse" brindle boy is pretty


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I've been a fan of Lucah's for awhile

 

They're ALL pretty, but the specific picture I was talking about is the one of Johnny.


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For Journal subbers..

Has anyone seen the picture of Lamar's Jimmy J? He is a handsome boy indeed, but I don't think I have ever seen that little brindling. He has bone front, looks like a topline to die for, even mask..I love Margo's Mastiffs, I have to check out his pedigree. He is Ch. Lamar's In It to Win it..his Mom is Twist of Fate..she is a beauty queen too..

I hope Margo doesn't mind me posting here, but he IS in the ad, and we ARE talkin brindle..apparently the judges looked right past his extreme lack of stripes..

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I am in the group that believes the standard says "completely covered"  meaning evenly and mostly covered with black stripes.  For there to be stripes, the background must show--but not too much!!    However, the most striking color is an really good apricot --not too much covered with good black stripes.  Looks like a tiger!!  I have only seen a few of these, but love them.  The mask and ears (pigment)  are a must with me. 

Here is our fawn brindle ( with gray mask!!)  Old School Garland Ben Franklin

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I love any and all brindles that have loads of pigment on face, ears, etc.  There are many brindles that I love (of course my Sinatra - Ch. Fantasy's Dark Side of Daydreams, and younger full sibling to Melody's boy Stone) is my first love...and my first brindle.  I also LOVED Butler (BISS BIS CH. Iron Hills Into the Night) and realllly loved his daddy Clarence (Ch. Iron Hills Paint Your Wagon) who was also daddy to my Mimi, and many other awesome, typey Mastiffs.  Clarence was more of a "reverse" and was sooo spectacular.

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Here is some Kings Court brindles past and present. Oh and we have some Apricot brindles coming  Hopefully!



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