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IRON WARRIORS GR CH MAKAVELI

So IW went on over and picked up this 16 month old pup and held on to him for a bit before checking him out. IW began to look at Mack at about 18 months old and liked what he had seen from Mack. A lot of people would tell IW that Mack was just a hard biting cur. Well IW said we will see about that, and boy did...

BULLYSON JR

Hall’s “Bullyson Jr.” was another one of those dogs that began his career before Jack Kelly ever started Sporting Dog Journal in 1972. In the Sporting Dog Journal it was recorded as Coggins and Corn losing to “Bullyson Jr.,” at a weight of Fifty-Three pounds. in a matter of Eighteen Minutes in 1971. It was December the 11th, 1971, in a six card show held in Sealy, Texas. “Bullyson Jr.” would...

JESSE ROD’S WHITEFOOT

Whitefoot was a three time winner at 43 to 44 lbs, out of Gr Ch Midnight and Indian Missy. He had one white foot so naturally I named him Whitefoot. His most famous and best fight came against Ozzie Stevens Ch Cholly Boy. At the time, Whitefoot was a 3x winner and Cholly Boy was a 4x winner. After his wins it was very difficult to find a match Twice...

TRIANGLE GANGS CH SABLE

Sable came from a breeding that took place when Triangle Gang’s Dixie 2xw was bred to Gr Ch Black Jack. Dixie was bred by Bo Rookie. She got to a slow start in her campaign, and was about three years old before she was ever rolled. That first roll was her only roll. She was rolled into a much bigger gyp and couldn’t do much more than stay alive, but...

WILLIAM JOSEPH LIGHTNER

WILLIAM JOSEPH LIGHTNER

WILLIAM JOSEPH LIGHTNER William Joseph Lightner was born in Baltimore, Mary­land in 1877. His grandfa­ther started fighting dogs about 1850 and developed a game strain, never sold a dog. Mr. Lightner’s father and uncles continued winning, never sold a dog. When Mr. Lightner was six years old he used to watch the fights which were held every week in the old ice­house in Baltimore. About 1894 he entered the prize...

KINFOLK’S CH MAMA

MAMA was whelped from a breeding of Kinfolk’s CH Sig & Kinfolk and Blackrain’s Taz. CH Sig was basically a Eli/Snooty/Bolio bred dog coming from T. Garner’s stock and Taz was a Eli/Carver gyp by way of a Buster/Midnight Cowboy/McCool’s breeding from some boys from Indiana. CH Sig was a extremely game and talented dog in his own right. He had beating 3 good camp’s in times of 1:01, 2:10...