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black and white walkers

Postby robbyson99 » Tue Mar 29, 2011 7:58 pm

im looking for info and contact info on black and white walkers. is there a strain that produce black and white walkers or is just by chance one comes out that way. i have a picture of one my grandfathers crew had years ago and i want one!!!!!! any info would be great

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Re: black and white walkers

Postby Mr.pacojack » Tue Mar 29, 2011 10:18 pm

Bozo and Clover blood produce a high percent of Black and White walkers.
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Re: black and white walkers

Postby twist » Tue Mar 29, 2011 10:36 pm

My older Nance strain also produces a high % of black and white type hounds.
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Re: black and white walkers

Postby PUG FACE » Tue Apr 05, 2011 11:43 am

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Re: black and white walkers

Postby niterage272 » Sat Jul 16, 2011 6:03 pm

clover dogs,casey dogs
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Re: black and white walkers

Postby Redneck » Sat Aug 13, 2011 1:24 am

how much black to white ratio you talking here on a dog, i have some black and tan blue tick walkers that are mostly white with little bits of tan and some black spots on them . out of jeff allens stock old nance bred walkers .
Here is the reference number for the pups i have Jeff Allen 435 689 1660
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this is information on the stud i used with my female too ace is this studs 5th generation
Ace = hank+bonnie = badger , badger + jody a high tan = tucker, tucker + shorty= jack ,jack + cindy = salt the stud i used on my B&T Cameron female ....

Jeff's old strain was initiated by a dog that Jeff had called Ace. Ace was a walker colored dog mostly white and I will have to quiz Jeff again but I think he came from Leon's Cox's dogs. Leon as most know is one of the tried and true old time dirt hunters of Utah. He and Merlin(Milt) Holt cut their teeth as they assisited Jack Butler Utah's most famous lion hunter for many years. Their dog obviously had a lot of Jack's old breeding in them as well as dog they got from Charlie Tant the famous Califonia lion hunter. Charlie's last two great dogs Gomer and Festus out of Little Rounder were purchased by Leon and Jerry Hughes of Nevada. These dogs were eventually crossed on some early dogs from Lester Nance of Indiana. This was about the time that Marvin Glenn of Arizona( Warner's Father) also got dogs from Lester Nance as well as Joe House and John Monroe and started his strain of walker big game dogs. Anyway Ace was a great lion dog for Jeff and produced some really great hounds as well. Too many for me to name but a few starting with the most famous( Jeff's Old Hank, Sam Ray's Tick dog, Mike Leonard's old Big Nosed Kate) anyway Hank produced much like his father and they both lived and hunted and bred till they were very old dogs.Some of the most famous dogs out of Hank also came from a single black female that originally came from Stan Meacham she was rumored to be part bluetick and some bloodhound
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