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Elbert Vaughn

Postby PLOTTMAN55 » Wed Feb 03, 2010 10:14 pm

Does any one have the original Elbert Vaughn bred blueticks.
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Re: Elbert Vaughn

Postby Mike Leonard » Fri Feb 05, 2010 12:07 am

No he has been gone too long but plenty have Elbert Vaughn's progeny. He was one of the founders of the breed.

Say has anybody out there got any original Clearwayer Blueticks?
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Re: Elbert Vaughn

Postby driftwood blue » Fri Feb 05, 2010 12:58 am

Oscar Thomas of Illinois has about the purest of any of the straight up Vaughn stock... His Jughead hound does not have any junk bloodlines mixed in..Oscar has made a point to keep his hounds tight Vaughn stock..
get a BBCHA yearbook and his address is in there.
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Re: Elbert Vaughn

Postby Southforkblues » Mon Apr 05, 2010 11:11 pm

Yeah i have hunted vaughn breed blueticks for 40 years. Vaughn blood and sebastian bloodlines run togeather quite a bit Julius and Elbert breed back and forth for years. I still some of the old blood line.
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Re: Elbert Vaughn

Postby wicked one » Sat Apr 10, 2010 10:19 pm

my girl friend has to vaughns breed blueticks. they come from Oscar.
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Re: Elbert Vaughn

Postby daymoney » Sat May 07, 2011 3:31 am

wicked one wrote:my girl friend has to vaughns breed blueticks. they come from Oscar.


I gave away a female that went back to some really good Vaughn dogs. I got her from Oscar. I have a male dog that is out of Fleeks Doctor Death "Doc"(he's dead now) and Oscars "Bonnet" dog. The female I had is a fantastic lion dog. They let her out on a track this year, couldn't get to her till the next day and she had the lion. She has more grit, go and stay put than any dog I've hunted over. The male I have treed his own coon the first time I took him out at 3.5mos old and treed his first lion at one year old(second) track he was ever on. I can't say enough about Oscars breeding program. He loves his Vaughn bred dogs. He and Mike Fleek continue to put some awesome dogs into the hunting world. Oscar is as good as they come and I consider him my friend (I don't have many).

Considering Elbert Vaughn was instrumental in Blueticks becoming a breed of there own, there aren't many Blueticks that don't go back to his lineage. Smokey River Kennels, David Dean, Julius,Uchtman,etc..all go back to Vaughn breeding.

Oscar is always willing to talk dogs with anyone so look him up in Stewardson IL and give him a call.

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Re: Elbert Vaughn

Postby cobalt » Sat May 07, 2011 4:28 am

What are the size and height approx. of Oscar's dogs?
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Re: Elbert Vaughn

Postby daymoney » Sat May 07, 2011 12:59 pm

They are breed standard/old school hound dogs. My female was about 23in tall and about 55lbs at hunting wt. My male is 26-27in tall and 74lbs of solid muscle. He still has his old "Jug Head" stud dog, he's houndy and he is a coon dog. My dogs hunt both lions and coons
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Re: Elbert Vaughn

Postby Idaho Bison » Sat May 07, 2011 3:04 pm

Chad, good to see you are still running around. When you heading over to Dixie next?
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Re: Elbert Vaughn

Postby cobalt » Sat May 07, 2011 6:25 pm

I would sure love to see some pictures if you want to post some.
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Re: Elbert Vaughn

Postby daymoney » Sat May 07, 2011 10:19 pm

Here's some pics that I have of my Early dog and his momma and daddy. I will be breeding my old Vaughn bred female to Early when she comes into heat again but I didn't have any good pics of her. She's a stay put tree dog to the fullest, comes from some of Oscars old stock. Early is one year old, (almost to the day) when he's treed on that lion. I've yet to have him leave a tree on a coon or a lion. He was treed for 18min by himself on a tripple split tree at his first comp hunt at 7mos old!

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Here's my boy's momma Bonnet, That is Oscar Thomas in the picture with her.
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Here's my boy's daddy, Doc, he's dead now, Mike Fleek owner handler
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My Early boy treed on a lion
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Me, Early and my daughter Caidyn
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The lion he had treed
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Re: Elbert Vaughn

Postby cobalt » Sat May 07, 2011 10:41 pm

Great pics. Beautiful dogs. Thanks.
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Re: Elbert Vaughn

Postby daymoney » Sat May 07, 2011 10:50 pm

cobalt wrote:Great pics. Beautiful dogs. Thanks.


You bet, thanks
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Re: Elbert Vaughn

Postby techno » Wed Oct 05, 2011 1:11 am

I live 15 min from Oscar. I have a dog down from his stuff.
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Oscar is sure fun to talk dogs with!!

If I was going after a Vaughn bred dog I would travel 15 minutes West rather than 15 minutes East...


BTW there is a feller down south with a littermate to your Early dog. Dog is supposed to be a good coon dog.
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Re: Elbert Vaughn

Postby sawtooth1 » Tue Jul 17, 2012 10:08 am

How is the Early Dog Bred? RBP
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