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The sport has become a family affair, because parents and grandparents are now also taking part in racing pigeons, he said.
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Lost racing pigeons can easily be reported and reunited with their owner.
Racing thoroughbreds may be the sport of kings, but racing pigeons not long ago was the sport of hundreds of Worcesterites.
Now five-year-old Archie Anderson has gained the support of the racing pigeon Tyne to Tweed section and Newsham Homing Society in his bid to raise pounds 50,000 to fly to America for life-changing surgery.
IT'S not unusual to have a school hamster or stick insect - but a Cardiff primary has a royal racing pigeon donated by the Queen.
A RACING pigeon crash landed in a garden covered in volcanic dust - 309 miles off course.
The confrontation is between `Speckled Jim', a champion racing pigeon undefeated in 27 races over sprint trips, and Athea Storm, a former open racer and, coincidentally, owned by one David Hood
Yes, indeed, it is 70 years since D-Day and 100 years since the start of WWI, and while racing pigeons carried messages throughout both world wars with so much distinction surely it is no surprise that the humble racing pigeon is credited as winning the most Dickin Medals, the equivalent of an animal VC.
58sec, but a top racing pigeon will cover that distance in 2.
MEET Little Miss Bourges - the veteran racing pigeon who has delighted her owner for more than 15 years.