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FB English Setter /FDSB Llewellin Setter Champions!!

  Donna Gibbons-Markey

  5685 Arroyo Luis
          Bulverde, Texas - United States



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These Pups are approaching 12 weeks
They are in a puppy training program and walked daily, they
have experienced quail and are the accustomed to train pistol.

In fact they come running to eat by banging a hammer on a trash can.

Pups are ready for Hunter or Field Trial! Scenting using their nose also.

There is only one other similar breeding resulting in 2 puppies and

the results were phenomenal.

One female had and outstanding field trial season.Her yearling

year, with 11 consecutive placements and ultimately winning the Derby stakes at

the English Setter Nationals.

The second pup developed into an outstanding hunter and is with a loving family.

Dashing Iron Streek is the Sire. He won the 2003 Llewellin National Gun Dog Classic and also placed in 8 AKC field trials. His Sire is Dashing Iron Mike and his Dam is Bob's Dashing Maggie (Wind'em) bloodlines.

Streek has a lot a fire in his gut, and he will give it all to you. At his advanced age he can out do a many a dog with bird sense and and scenting ability. He passed many of these traits to

his progeny.

Texas Highway Hope did place in the 2 field trial she was shown in

she was a Derby dog at the time and place 2nd each time. We were not able to

show her. She is own daughter of HIGHWAY DAN 7 time national champion.

Her Dam is a very nice dog Autry's Little Maggie Bondhu.This Dog has won multiple Nbha placements. Hope is quite an athletic dog. Hope can match up to any horseback or 4 wheel hunting or she will foot hunt with you.

This litter of puppy has great potential for many type of disciplines

the pups will hunt hard and may big , but will listen and you can bring them in.

YOU Can't always make a dog run bigger , but you can bring them in