Monthly Archive: July 2012

CH JEEP ROM

Throughout the history of the sporting American Pit Bull Terriers, no single dog has made quite the impact as Garrett’s CH. Jeep, and that being the combination of not only his worthiness as a supreme pit dog, but the ultimate supremacy of his reproduction. Jeep was bred by James Crenshaw and sold to James Garrett as a young dog and was campaigned and brought to notoriety by James Garrett asssisted...

TANT’S GR CH YELLOW ROM

In the late 70’s early 80’s Mr Fletcher Chavis bred some dogs that any fancier would be proud to own. Much of his original stock came from that old dog CH Yellow John ROM and for years Mr Chavis campaigned with those inbred redboy dogs that he got from RT Bass. He was considered one of the best.In the mid 70’s an outstanding discovery was made. Vernon Jackson had a...

EL DIABLO NEGRO

In March of 1995 a young black male dog called “Tex” was brought to MAD’s yard. The dog was owned by Smokey of Texas and was obtained from Chicago Mike by buying a pregnant bitch that had been bred to Well’s Ch. Oscar.Tex was your typical Eli, Jr./ Bullyson bred looking dog. His body was long, muscular and big headed. He had big cutters to match.When Tex turned 14 months...

ADAMS & CRUTCHFIELD’S GR. CH. ART ROM

This dog was a very important part of Bulldog history. This dog came on the scene about the time when mediocrity in the dogs was coming to an end. Stinson and Glover, who originally owned and campaigned Art, were among some of the best dog men of that day and had as good a “Stable” of great dogs as there were around of that time. Art was a product of...

GR CH BADGER ROM

This is a story about a dog that many people consider an ace! Yes a legend in his own time. Viewed by many as the best thirty-four pound male that ever lived. Many of us are still looking for that once in a lifetime ace. Bobby has been fortunate enough to’have had more than one in his lifetime! Bobby has owned the likes of Register of Merit Ruben, Champion Did...

GARNER’S CH CHINAMAN ROM

Chinaman was born on the yard of R. Abernathy on November 29, 1977. He was one of three pups born to Abernathy’s Molly and sired by Wood’s Trouble. Molly always seemed to have 3 pups. This time there was Chinaman, Boy and a female who would be named Onyx Lady (who went to the owner of Trouble, Dr. Wood). Boy would end up in the hands of G. Wright, where...