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Russell's CH Red Joe

Discussion in 'SBT History' started by Vicki, Apr 9, 2010.

  1. Vicki

    Vicki Administrator Administrator

    Russell's CH Red Joe
    Sire: Ch.Red Warrior Dam: Hopcrofts Bess(Red dart of Asquith)


    "Red Joe" won three contract matches and lost one,in 1 hr 3mins to Dillenger, a very good K.C Staff bred from "Jepsons gamestock". He was also set down on other occasions that were not recorded,proving himself to be a game, honest Stafford.
    "Joe" beat his half-brother "Rocky" in 20 mins.
    He then defeated "Ben"(EBT) in 40 mins and finally "Joe" was the victor in 48 mins against "Paddy". In his loss to "Dillenger" he was picked-up game to save his career as a stud dog,due to his opponent having a hold of "Joe's" ball's! (This is taking nothing away from the winning dog,as "Dillenger" was a very good Stafford in his own right and was well capable of winning the match regardless.) Red Joe was a very popular stud dog in his day,siring over 70 pups,many going abroad to working Stafford fanciers in countries such as Holland, Sweden, U.S.A.and Israel.
    He was,of course,the sire to some excellent offspring at home in England.

    Source: Turnstyle Staffords

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