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Choc stud recommendations

Postby Decoy » Sat Jun 28, 2014 5:11 am

My daughter has a great little female that she wants to breed. She has Gt pt gentle Ben and Roux in pedigree. She is looking for a chocolate stud in georgia florida to breed with early fall. Looking for suggestions.
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Re: Choc stud recommendations

Postby CatSquirrel » Sat Jun 28, 2014 12:35 pm

It would help if you could link a pedigree. Which Roux are you talking about?

I have a very nice All Age chocolate male by FC AFC Roux and out of my GRHRCH bitch. He's QAA with Master passes (I generally don't run hunt tests) and he's usually hanging around in the 4th series in All age stakes.

However, I would need to see your female's health certs, especially her CNM status. My male is a carrier so I will only breed to clear bitches. His fee is very reasonable.

I make frequent trips to the Fort Walton area.

http://www.huntinglabpedigree.com/pedigree.asp?id=45788
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Re: Choc stud recommendations

Postby Decoy » Sun Jun 29, 2014 4:53 am

It is Missy's Cajun Dakota Roux. My daughter is getting the hips eyes etc done the dog just turned 24 months. I will have to let you know. I will send the whole pedigree later.
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Re: Choc stud recommendations

Postby Decoy » Sun Jun 29, 2014 5:05 am

The dad's pedigree is at http://www.gatorpointkennels.com/Ace.asp I will get the mom's later
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Re: Choc stud recommendations

Postby tenfingergrip » Sun Jun 29, 2014 6:44 am

This is a mighty nice chocolate with outstanding bloodline. Labman63 knows this dog pretty well and has bred or trained dogs that are offspring of "Basil". He's located in Southside Va. though, a little farther than you were wanting, but he should pass along some good genes if you are willing to drive a little more.

http://www.cedarhillretrievers.com/pedigrees/CEDAR%20HILL'S%20ROCK'N%20STORMY.htm

http://www.cedarhillretrievers.com/?link=labrador-stud-dogs
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Re: Choc stud recommendations

Postby Ze6464 » Sun Jun 29, 2014 7:59 am

Does your daughter have any titles on her dog?
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Re: Choc stud recommendations

Postby Decoy » Sun Jun 29, 2014 10:46 am

No that was the plan. I got a promotion and time to train got cut drastically.
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Re: Choc stud recommendations

Postby labman63 » Tue Jul 08, 2014 2:33 pm

I have bred to this dog twice and have had several pups in for training sired by him. Worth the drive!





tenfingergrip wrote:This is a mighty nice chocolate with outstanding bloodline. Labman63 knows this dog pretty well and has bred or trained dogs that are offspring of "Basil". He's located in Southside Va. though, a little farther than you were wanting, but he should pass along some good genes if you are willing to drive a little more.

http://www.cedarhillretrievers.com/pedigrees/CEDAR%20HILL'S%20ROCK'N%20STORMY.htm

http://www.cedarhillretrievers.com/?link=labrador-stud-dogs
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Re: Choc stud recommendations

Postby i_willie12 » Tue Jul 08, 2014 3:00 pm

mine has some blood out of that line too... Dakota roux sure makes some nice dark choco's!
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Re: Choc stud recommendations

Postby Duck Nasty » Tue Jul 08, 2014 4:25 pm

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I have one of rouxs x holly pups from gator pt and couldn't be happier. She is 6 now. Great dog.




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Re: Choc stud recommendations

Postby RTRBaby » Fri Jul 11, 2014 3:09 pm

GRHRCH Riptides Ragin Red Bullsprig MH ***

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Re: Choc stud recommendations

Postby GarDuck » Sat Jul 26, 2014 6:56 pm

I have spent considerable time with a young chocolate names maestro. His registered name is wbf man on the stand. He is the number one chocolate male derby dog of all time and is one hell of a dog. He is a willing team mate large, beautiful, and an unbelievable marking dog. He also runs spectacularly straight lines and is a natural sit. Truly a once in a life time dog I would not look elsewhere as he is healthy and completely clear. Not only that but if you jump on breeding you could probably get it at the right price before the inevitable jump in price if he continues to prove himself. While he's in Oklahoma he could easily ship frozen semen.
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