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Discussion in 'Videos' started by JohnnyT, Jul 9, 2020.
Nice line control. I like how they stay at the point of loss and work it instead of running around backwards or swinging wide too early. Three nice dogs. I am guessing that the blue tick is the old dog.
Look good, not rushing, working the line.
Mr Johnny T, Dogs look and sound good.
Beautiful music , they looked good .
Nice job and sound great
Nice and tight.... Every nose was on the ground the whole time. Great little pack man!
Appreciate the compliments Fellas. That is the old dog Mr. Dunn but he is mostly black and white with some black ticking. My videos are not clear enough to really tell the color.
Great running dogs, sound really good and tight on the line
Nice looking dogs and good video as always.
old Huey is keeping them right there... great looking hound... one to teach your pup's like that is awesome...
Dogs looked good. The water puddles looked good also. We haven't had any here for weeks.
Thanks Fellas. TRK we've been getting some rain but it's hot and the ticks are terrible.
Johnny T: I don't know if we ever crossed paths or not. I used to trial with several guys from the North Georgia area - the Blevins boys, Bud Layton, Ed (can't think of his last name but he worked for the postal system) but a really nice guy, and a lot more that I can't remember their names. Most were members of the North Georgia and Cohutta Beagle clubs. We ran some trials in that area in cut over pulp woods. It was tough running but good for the dogs. I judged several trials there. After running after the dogs and being out of shape myself, I have had to pull over on the side of I-75 and walk the charlie horses out of my legs. Got to judge some good dogs though - Smith's Buzz Saw, Buzz Line Director, Slab an other dogs that finished but just as I cant remember their owner's names, I can't their's either. This was in the early eighties and nineties.
Mr. Dunn the first SPO trial I went to was at North Ga. I think that was around 2005 and it was on the outside. I don't go to many trials mainly because I'm not running the type dogs it takes to win. I still go to a trial occasionally but usually in South Carolina because they are closer to me.
Looks like the pups are learning from and old pro. I love that chop he sounds like my buddies old dog.
Didn't take me long to figure out who the old dog was. He is the anchor and does his job well. He is a classic example of why some of the slower dogs can move a rabbit as well as the wind breakers. He doesn't have any wasted motion so he don't spend a lot of time in a check. Those are the ones that a smart beagler keeps for their lifetime.