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    Six hounds! That is a handful! I've seen the jumping on TV that is pretty awesome, too.

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    The biggest one is Wrangler, he went in 2010. The more grey heeler looking dog is Panda that just went. The other dog is Shae that is still here. The horse is my BLM mustang Hollie. I think the pics are from about 2006 in CA.



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    Quote Originally Posted by Musket Man View Post
    I am the most attached to the dog I have left now of all the dogs I have ever had. The one that just went was her mother and my dog that went a few years ago was her father so I have had her since she was born. She is the most faithful and obedient dog I have ever seen. I named her Shae because I was I was ML hunting on Shay mountain in Utah when she was born. She is my once on a lifetime dog and I dont think I will ever have another like her. I was hoping to breed her and keep a pup but I think she is to old now and I never found a dog to breed her to. She is related to the first dog I ever had and goes back to dogs my grandfather had 35-40 years ago.
    Very cool! Enjoy her ! Good name as well

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    Quote Originally Posted by Againstthewind View Post
    Six hounds! That is a handful! I've seen the jumping on TV that is pretty awesome, too.
    Honestly the GSP is the hardest handling dog around the house, great hunter but a dumba$$! The hounds are actually well behaved, lazy lounging until I put the collars on.
    The dock jumping was just a chance thing on the radio, first time he qualified for finals and we were on Versus network jumping, won $250 and 6 months of dog food. Competed a lot after that, never worse than third place in 2 years. The jumping is actually what took his life in the long run, the impacts to his abdomen damage his kidneys. Oso was a pitbull/lab mix, looked pit mainly. Pretty funny seeing him with a goose hanging out of his mouth.

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    I have 2 mustangs. The first one I got was already broke. He does not have the BLM freeze brand and I dont know where he is from or much about him before I got him. The one in the pic I got from the BLM and broke myself. She turned out to be a really nice horse. I took her to the national mustang show in Reno when I had about 6 months on her. We did really good for a green horse and I knew nothing at all about western pleasure shows. I didnt even try to learn, I just went and followed everyone else and didnt care how we placed, I just wanted to take her to the show. We got 2nd and 3rd in most classes and beat alot of horses that were alot better broke then mine at the time. It was alot of fun
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    Quote Originally Posted by Musket Man View Post
    I am the most attached to the dog I have left now of all the dogs I have ever had. The one that just went was her mother and my dog that went a few years ago was her father so I have had her since she was born. She is the most faithful and obedient dog I have ever seen. I named her Shae because I was I was ML hunting on Shay mountain in Utah when she was born. She is my once on a lifetime dog and I dont think I will ever have another like her. I was hoping to breed her and keep a pup but I think she is to old now and I never found a dog to breed her to. She is related to the first dog I ever had and goes back to dogs my grandfather had 35-40 years ago.
    I have to say the same about my girl too. There will never be another one like Bailey
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    I been pretty lucky. I have had 4 good dogs and 4 good horses so far!
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    Lions, Tiger, & Bears! Oh'My!
    Dogs & Horses, & a Drawing! Oh'My!!
    I'm done now. Carry-on

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    I dont remember any mention of a tiger previously in the thread. LOL!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bonecollector View Post
    Lions, Tiger, & Bears! Oh'My!
    Dogs & Horses, & a Drawing! Oh'My!!
    I'm done now. Carry-on
    This is like your 3rd critical comment on the thread.
    What would you expect folks to talk about on a thread that is started 28 days before results are posted?
    I just can't wait any longer 500 times would get a little boring.

    Might want to avoid the Nevada 2015 thread
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