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CH Abraxas Audacity

Discussion in 'Bull Terrier History' started by Vicki, May 30, 2008.

  1. Vicki

    Vicki Administrator Administrator

    CH Abraxas Audacity

    The only Bull Terrier to win Crufts Supreme Champion
    (1972)

    ROMANY RIVER PIRATE X CH ABRAXAS ATHENIA


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    CH Abraxas Athenia

    This super bitch obtained her championship in seven days. Athenia also won BOB at the 1970 crufts dog show.

    CH MONKERY'S MR FROSTYOF ORMANDY
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    ABRAXAS SOUPERLATIVE VIOLA

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  2. thebruiser

    thebruiser Puppy

    I think the dog in the film Oliver, was also Abraxas breeding.
     
  3. Hucklebutt

    Hucklebutt Banned Back Yard Breeder

    pretty dogs!
     
  4. Rogue Bullies

    Rogue Bullies Good Dog

    I love the look of these older BTs. I wish I could find one like that today!
     
  5. EBTs

    EBTs Puppy

    I LOVE the one in the second picture!! I want one like that. :cool: Nice head, nice body, legs are long enough to work with, but not too long that they trip all over them. :lol: Body is good an sturdy... Now to put some color on it and make it MINE! :smirk::rofl:
     
  6. Hucklebutt

    Hucklebutt Banned Back Yard Breeder

    my friend has a male that looks like that dog.

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    similar eh ?
     
  7. EBTs

    EBTs Puppy

    Similar, but the legs are too long!! :)
    He does look nice though.
     
  8. Rogue Bullies

    Rogue Bullies Good Dog

    I actually prefer the longer legs. More functionable for the dog to be able to run and jump around. They are a bit longer than the dog in the pic though. Your friend has a beautiful dog!
     
  9. Hucklebutt

    Hucklebutt Banned Back Yard Breeder

    Thanks, yes long legs he does have, but bred with something short can produce a good length. She occasionally breeds him, and once he produced 9 pups out of 2 ties! which is extraordinary!
     
  10. Rogue Bullies

    Rogue Bullies Good Dog

    I would take his leg length in a hear beat. I like it just the way it is.
     
  11. AmberABCg

    AmberABCg Puppy

    There are still quite a few 'leggy' dogs, as we need the type to preserve our breed. One for instance, US CH Cool Conquistador at Crossgarley, is also the 2009 AKC White Bull Terrier Stud Dog of the Year. US CH Tulsadoom Chiyanofuji is another, US/UK/Intl Ch Dazlin Defiance, US Ch El Cornijal AM Silver Star...I'm too tired to think of any more! ;)

    I think her legs are in nice proportion to her package. This bitch seems to have nice width, depth of chest, and short back..she was lovely. You can see very similar head styles, albeit with just a bit more profile, giving the 'gentle slope' rather than an exaggerated parrot head, in rings today.
     
  12. Mrpedigree

    Mrpedigree Big Dog

    What makes you think its down to the dog on how may pups is produced ??:confused:
     
  13. Hucklebutt

    Hucklebutt Banned Back Yard Breeder

    depends on both parties...but if the male has a very high sperm count its gonna make a difference. There is no way to tell.
     
  14. Mrpedigree

    Mrpedigree Big Dog

    Its got little to do with the stud dog on how many pups a bitch will carry :)....its the Dam that ultimately decides how many pups theres gonna be....males produce millions of sperm .. 8 out of millions will do.... even if a dog had a low sperm count as long as the dam gets enough she will produce as many her cycle lets !
    The only way a male decides on if their will be puppys is if hes a jaffa (AKA INFERTILE) :lol:
     
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  15. Juliet

    Juliet Puppy

    fertility

    You can mate a couple of dogs six times if you want..and get one puppy;OR you can get just one slip mating and get 10 puppies. That result depends entirely on the female,assuming the male is at least fertile in the first place.
    We blood test to assess exactly the right day to mate,often travel at least four hours to a top quality dog that is thoroughly health tested for just one mating.Timed right we rarely fail to get a good sized healthy litter.
     
  16. Mrpedigree

    Mrpedigree Big Dog

    I was contemplating pre mate tests next time with my white bitch as she went from having a litter of 11 first time to a litter of just 1 on her 2nd litter(if thats what you can call one pup lol)
    The thing is those pre mates can be expensive from a vet at £40+ a time...although i have heard you can buy a DIY kit for less !
    do you do your own Juliet ?
     

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