Deerhound


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Deerhound

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Nervous Baba, who won the Grade 2 Adirondack Stakes and was third in the Grade 1 Spinaway Stakes at two, has a filly by Deerhound, best known as the sire of US champion two-year-old filly Countess Diana (70).
And popular deerhound Dougal will be joined by his pup Flora and chum Rufus the Lurcher.
APRIL 17 AND 18: Deerhound Club's breed show, Marine Hotel, Cromwell Road, North Berwick, East Lothian.
At the start I did have a bit of trouble with Breezy tearing up things," said Nick who has two other dogs - a deerhound lurcher called Rosy and a greyhound called Suzy.
The herald was bent over the deerhound, bleeding from a gash in its shoulder.
Meanwhile, the Deerhound Coursing Club has told the Scottish Parliament's rural affairs committee that a ban on hunting with dogs would threaten the future of the only native breed of hunting dogs.
In addition, her half-brothers Deerhound, Wolfhound and Foxhound had all shown smart form, Wolfhound as a Group 1 winner in Britain.
Lady Of Limerick (Thatching-Aunt Hester) b c by Deerhound visits Royal Applause
Owen's marathon voyage in a camper van was not without incident as she moved along the Gower coast, to Sir Benfro, Gwynedd, Anglesey and Ceredigion with her only company a giant Deerhound named Oscar.
She is one of 68 foals from the 1997 crop of the smart French juvenile, who is a brother to Deerhound (sire of Countess Diana) and also shares his dam with Wolfhound and Weekend Surprise (dam of Summer Squall and AP Indy).
The dogfight was Scottish deerhound versus Doberman - Dewar long- nosed and aloof, Salmond lunging for the throat.
In a moment, she'll hop out to walk Rufus, the deerhound who shares the bus with her.