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My new Prospect, "God of Thunder"

Discussion in 'APBT Bloodlines' started by corvettedex, Dec 29, 2018.

  1. AGK

    AGK Super duper pooper scooper Administrator

    I've only ever owned 2. One reversed brindle and my Charlie boy who is like a blonde brindle.

    Hate the color, always did. Lmao.

    I'll keep a good one though and look the other way on it ;) ...
     
  2. YellowJohnJocko

    YellowJohnJocko Big Dog

    You know I wasn't really a fan for a long time either but saw one that damn sure changed my mind. It's a new found appreciation.
     
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  3. corvettedex

    corvettedex CH Dog Premium Member

    I apologise for responding late to this. The cross is not as heavy on the Colby as you may think. The bottom side of the ped , The Dam is heavy Sorrels /old Corvino , other folks just put there name on it.. So we we're thinking about "The Old Rugged Cross " As far as hard keepers go? That depends on the Bulldog and what he or she enjoys.. Time will tell us more. I agree with AGK,Slim ,briddle Bulldogs really don't show there structure as well. We also had a few Red ones in the litter .A pic of my boy Judge as a 6 month old pup. Dams ped 0621171554c.jpg http://www.apbt.online-pedigrees.com/modules.php?name=Public&file=printPedigree&dog_id=594781
     
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  4. O.m.g.....sorry my friend.I had to read back through this to see were I was.......LOL.I'm a terrible pedigree reader..I had them Stratton/Riptide dogs as Colby dogs lol..sorry for my utter poor eye.and I can't believe no one one the board put me straight a page back lol......so the Stratton dogs have got a lot of Bollio and Tombstone and Hank in them..and that's the stuff crossed with the Sorrels/Corvino,touch of Banjo stuff??..witch yourself have crossed with your own Colby dogs??.....is that right???..sorry if that sounds mad ...it can be a bit confusing if they not your dogs or your not familiar with them..........and I agree about the brindels to..it's like there coat hides there body.because of the different shades in the brindel....I still like a brindel tho.
    And your dog judge looks like a beast at 6 months.

    If I'm wrong in working that pedigree out yet again,please set me straight again.LOL
     
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  5. corvettedex

    corvettedex CH Dog Premium Member

    It takes time to learn to read pedigree's and threads for that matter. Lol. These adolescent's are showing great potential, and they are big dogs .50 -60 lbs c.w. , I personally called and spoke with Bert's x wife" Miss Joni" about this breeding. She was very please with what she saw and as I said before , was familiar with some of the Bulldogs in there pedigree. I'm really thinking seriously about taking a worthy bitch from this breeding back in to the Sorrels. As I have said before, its easy for me to lose my focus on whats really important to me today. God & Family have to be 1st. My work, then my hobbie. Pete Colby Sr. & I were not evenly yoked to start a all out kennel operation together. O was honored to be a part of this and I am also humble. I will on stand behind what I'm fixing to say. In my opinion and hands on experience with these Bulldogs, it seems to me that all of these different lines that have won against real competition , Eli, Redboy, Jeep, what have you, It has accured to me that it's really a matter of preference. There is no doubt in my mind that if we were to send a Global Team such as The Chosen few, i a litter of pups off of a good breeding , A Great Team good and would have some winning Bulldogs. If a line of dogs are known to be deep game, I think it comes more about the folks The Man behind the dogs with the right schooling , nutrition, Love,sports medicine , such as anabolic steroids , the best nutrition money can buy, the best handlers, all working together no matter what they choose to use as their lineage know when some shows. I'm not on that level. Never have been and never will be. I traveled around like a dumbass from 2006 to 2011 NHRA & IHRA drag racing in 2 separate classes, stock and super stock . Being a privateer against top competition I won a few races , but at the end of the day , I could not compete with these multi-millionaires where money is no object and a class such as Superstock DA1. I had a LeRoy Davis racing in my 1969 Camero, a good $30,000 piece, yeah Anthony Bertozzi in the same class had $60,000 Taylor racing engines that had me covered at least, three tenths of a second. In the 1/4 of a mile. Also an 18-wheeler rig ,with spare racing motors on extra Car a whole team of top mechanics at the end of the day, I had the ability the talent but not the resources to be a world champion. In my humble opinion the same thing goes with these great dogs. and of course Chico Lopez doesn't send me a message I don't know him and he doesn't know me . Probably doesn't want to know me lol. And that's okay, I am proud of what I have accomplished over my years Drag racing, and with these Bulldogs. I don't have any regrets other than one. I got a question for you or anyone here on gamedog,? Does anyone here know how to make a small fortune drag racing? I'll give you the answer, start with the large one it'll get small quick lol. ! Take care , 1st things 1st, 1 day at a time, surround yourself what's good people. I'm 52 years old and it took me 42 years before I learn this. "If you ever want to know who you are, look who you hang around ! A thousand Mile journey begins with one step. I'm from the words that I learned from TDK more important on a pedigree is who bred the dogs and why, always right you're breeding plans in pencil, and I can explain the real love it to you but I can't make you understand it. and your head being a sponge for bullshit , is not the same is absorbing actual knowledge.
     
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  6. bamaman

    bamaman GRCH Dog

    Sorrells started out with Corvino for sure but after he got B
    Uncle Bud would have been your heavier Corvino stock.Actually E.Crenshaw / Corcino..Bert actually had 2 different families on 2 different yards but most look at the Peds and only see Sorrells and think it a the same .Berts yard was heavy Bull and his other yard was heavy Uncle Bud.Mad and Skip were the keepers of the Uncle Bud stuff.He crossed the 2 of course when needed.
     
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  7. corvettedex

    corvettedex CH Dog Premium Member

    well said and I agree with you. pete Colby tsenior really likeed the dam and had her own hand. But with the b**** I got I would like to go where you're leading me bama. & Keep it going. As a matter of fact you'll be one the first one to get a pair of pumps if you're ready for him when the time comes.... Tough loss against Clemson on another note but you got to give both teams credit for being there...just goes to show that on any given day any team can get up and win big. Tdk's famous saying that I left out , He who fights last bites hardest !
     
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  8. corvettedex

    corvettedex CH Dog Premium Member

    He who Bites last, Bites Hardest. I'm on a cell phone driving and shouldn't be doing this Loli.
     
  9. corvettedex

    corvettedex CH Dog Premium Member

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  10. Got a look of Colbys Dolan..and Rifle..and Grit..I got the book in front of me now.....and Molly is the spitting image of them.....but I think she looks most like Dazzle.........Louis Colbys words from his book: of all the hundreds of dogs that I have owned in my life,if I could only have one-i would just as soon have it be Dazzle.she had everything:temperament,intelligence,and ability". Dazzle is the great-granddam of Sans Peurs Ch.Pepper.
     
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  11. Lol.I just realized I'm reading a dog book at 7am :))....I must be mad,it's not even light yet.
     
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  12. DISCOIII

    DISCOIII Premium Member Premium Member

    Just a side note I have been seeing CH Pepper's name being mentioned a lot lately, I seen her she was great in all ways they claimed she was open to the world not true after seeing her she was challenged but side stepped, but a man from PA. who partnered with I Jerry took up the game and lost at 2 hrs and 38 min this was a dog I had bought and raised but was not satisfied with because I felt she was a man biter and my instincts proved right as she bit the breeder in the face during the hunt he almost passed out from it he did have to have plastic surgery the next day.
     
  13. slim12

    slim12 Super Moderator Staff Member

    The racing analogy is really accurate. My dad raced way back in the day and he use to say the same. I did not lose to the car or the driver, I lost to his money.

    It happens in the dogs as well.

    I've seen get togethers with 15 stacks riding per side and neither dog worth two squirts of piss. And the flip side I have seen a few that could not get into that circle (unless sold) but would be world class in comparison.

    My Pops once won back to back weekends over the same guy in the finals. The third weekend the guy showed up with the same car and they met in the finals. At the light my Pops looked like the car was slow out and then didn't look good compared to the other guy. He gets out of the car and he tells my uncle nothing was wrong, his car was perfect. He got skinned.

    The other guy brought back the exact same car with the addition of a bottle and plate. That 150 shot....shot him way out front.

    That was the beginning of the end for his racing.

    S
     
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  14. corvettedex

    corvettedex CH Dog Premium Member

    yes agreed, it was the best way I thought I could put it out there based on my own experience. I know that those Top camps with endless money are on a whole nother level compared to old country boy like me.[/QUOTE]
     
  15. corvettedex

    corvettedex CH Dog Premium Member

    Nothing would surprise me. I was told that sandspur kennels was kind of peddling these dogs and that they were really surprised that she was as good as she was now once again I wasn't there this is what I was told by " The Hunterman. " props any dog that can win 6 and earned exclusive title of grand champion. But I do believe that side step and goes on and the Bulldog wall down in the drag racing world...
     
  16. slim12

    slim12 Super Moderator Staff Member

    It happens.

    Tons of dogs are better than the bank of the owner. If that makes sense.

    I sold a male for more than I thought he was worth at the time. This past summer I spoke with the guy that ended up with him/footed the bill. I went a number of years thinking he was sold for just about triple more than what I got. It was actually much more than triple. That kind of money for a dog is way out of my league. He went into that camp and made a name for himself. So much so my phone rang all hours of the day and night.

    I sold him because I was in a bind. I had his sister set and a leaking hot water heater ruined some of the floors in my house. The house came first and in order to keep her date I had to let something go and it was the other dog. I have kicked myself numerous times.

    On the flip side I have handed over my money to a guy bragging about a hard mouthed cur. She sold into the same camp and they paid $$$$ pit side. I gave my opinion but of course I was hatin' as a loser. They took her up north and when they came back out with her they brought a truck load of money. It was over in less than 10 minutes but it took five or so more to make it final. She was looking for the spot when we seen her but we just did not have enough to get her there, close enough tho that the next one did not have to do an awful lot.

    A good dog is a good dog and as my buddy Purepower said about Ch. Caballo, " if he could drive and count money he would go solo".

    S
     
  17. corvettedex

    corvettedex CH Dog Premium Member

    The Colby hounds I own are known as Dolan Dogs. TL , MBK/ Scorpio, Lady Rampage, Jack Colby, ECT . Had a vision when they decided to go against Lou Colby'' s breeding practice. They stacked up or Keyed in on certain bulldogs to keep the right gene pool. The reason ? They were winning. a real truth Hit me hard a few years ago when Jack Colby contacted me out of Texas to buy pups off of my Colby dogs. Also PeteColby Sr. and He. Bought Colby Bulldogs from me. Why? Because it's the best working Colby blood on the planet. Take a look at Colby's Ch Diamond ROM in 2 breeding'' she made ROM. of course these days folk song reporting their dogs if they got any sense..
    http://www.apbt.online-pedigrees.com/modules.php?name=Public&file=printPedigree&dog_id=333054
     
  18. corvettedex

    corvettedex CH Dog Premium Member

    John R. Colby traded to females to "The Stewarts " for 2XW Sam who was sired by Dolan. "Colby /Stewarts "Filet Mignon" was also Sired by Dolan , Lou Colby raised hell with John as well as a few other's for breeding to tight in his oppion. Yet this type of breeding on key dogs has shown to work. Below a real pic of Sam in match shape , his pedigree pic is when he was old .So this is why a few of the old Colby fans refer to my Bulldogs as Dolan Dogs. Note look at pedigree, pedistats my Colby hounds are about 40% Sam.. When stacked up on a line that's already bred tight slot can be gained as well as
    lossed. Such as mouth, ECT. Yet a judicious cross can set them off. That's why T.L. bred his 3xw.Ch Diamond and made ROM in 2 breeding''s ..That isn't luck..
     

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  19. corvettedex

    corvettedex CH Dog Premium Member

    Bump, new update on my boy, "God of Thunder" He is s chewing machine, Damm a chainsaw for cutting down trees, this little tenacious joker even digs up the roots..lol no kidding. p.s. He is 34 lbs.cw. p.s.( His pedigree is unknown) for the haters...LMAO..
     

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  20. corvettedex

    corvettedex CH Dog Premium Member

    Screenshot_20190419-112934.png I'm really loving this little prospect.
     
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