This pigeon was given to me as a squeaker by a club mate. I had raced him four times as a one year old with no particular success. In the following season he had a number of good positions in the races he competed. However he saved his best for last; winning 1st Club, 13th Federation Manfredonia (660km), the longest and most prestigious race of the season.
This blue barred hen was bred from pigeons of Herbots Belgium; originating from DEN 155 and KING JACKY. She is a full sister to VICTORY LARKIN (on this page). She won 1st Bari, the only annual event from 630km, and also 6th Metapunto from 540km, amongst other top club positions. She was 3rd Best Bird Long Distance and 5th Best Bird Overall Distance in my club.
This cock is classed as one of my top three cocks in my stock loft (the other two being ML91082037 and BG945026654). I am currently trying to create a strain of pigeons from him and my other two cocks, and using my other stock birds for the occasional cross. He has produced winners with all the stock hens I have paired him to, and I have also won with his grand and grand grand children.
This cock won 6th, 10th, 23rd Belvedere (155km), 6th Reggio (280km). He was 3rd ACE PIGEON SHORT DISTANCE 1992/93. When paired to ML88080234 his offspring won 6th Belvedere (155km), and many other prizes. When paired to GB94K75030 they produced too many winners to mention amongst which are NICKY, DOLORES, and a pigeon which raced the whole program : ML99064489. He has been paired with GB94K75030 for the last five seasons.
Many a time have his progeny placed with the first 100 pigeons of the Federation (5,000-8,000 birds competing).
This red chequed cock was bred from Dutch pigeons. He was raced nearly every race as a young bird and was always amongst the first pigeons of the Federation to return. He won numerous top positions and was 3rd Best Bird Short Distance and 8th Best Bird Overall Distance in my club.. He is one of the best pigeons I ever owned and I have bred 5 generations down from this cock with great success for his progeny, both locally and overseas.
This blue barred cock was raced over 15 times and has placed in the top 50 pigeons each time I raced him including 2 x 1st prizes. He was lost in a smash race from Messina. He is a full and half brother to many winners and his parents were two of my best racers ever.
This amazing hen has topped the Federation in three races, however was a very bad trapper and never managed to get the top prize. She was raced in all the short distance races except two as a young bird. She is a full and half sister to many winners. Both her parents were two of my best stock birds. She was 6th Best Bird Short Distance and 11th Best Bird Overall Distance in my club.
This blue chequed hen was bred from previous winners of mine which are now stock birds in my loft. She has won 10th Bari, the only annual event from 630km, and also 3rd Metapunto from 540km, amongst other top club positions. She was 5th Bird Long Distance and 13th Best Bird Overall Distance in my club. She is a dam and full and half sister of many other winners.
This pigeon had one of the nicest eyes I have ever seen in my loft. She is of Staf van Reet origin and a full sister to VICTORY NICKY (in this page). She was raced nearly every race as a yearling, and was always amongst the first pigeons of the Federation to return. She won numerous top positions but was lost in a smash race from Ragusa. She was 9th Best Bird Short Distance and 18th Best Bird Overall Distance in my club.
This gay pied hen was been bred from my best bloodlines having Janssen and Busshaert origin. She was raced and won many prizes through the Long Distance program except Manfredonia (660km), when she was due to lay. She is bred from a family of winners.
This beautiful cock was bred from pigeons of Herbots Belgium, originating from DEN 155 and KING JACKY. He is full brother to VICTORY ANNETTE (in this page). He was only raced five times in the short distance races; and placed each time amongst the first 50 pigeons, winning 1st, 4th, 14th, 25th, 50th Belvedere 155km.