6/13/14 & 1/6/15 Brookshiers Sting X Cane River Trashy Trudy

StingXTrudy

GRNITECH BROOKSHIERS UNCLE LEE
GRNITECH SHOEMAKERS GATOR
GRNITECH PENNSYLVANIA FANCY
GRNITECH BROOKSHIERS STING
NITECH BARK BUSTING BUSH
GRNITECH BROOKSHIERS FINLEY RIVER SALLY
GRNITECH BROOKSHIER’S KATE
Pups
GRNITECH BROOKSHIERS UNCLE LEE
NITECH BROOKSHIERS FINLEY RIVER DRIVER
GRNITECH BROOKSHIERS FINLEY RIVER SALLY
CANE RIVER TRASHY TRUDY
NITECH MERCHANTS TREE BASHER
ACHA GRNITECH CANE RIVER CRY BABE
NITECH MERCHANTS LOU

On June 13th ( Friday the 13th to be exact) Trudy had 3 puppies. Two boys and one girl. They are good looking pups. We are disappointed that she only had three but are happy to at least have those three. Sorry to all the folks that were interested in this cross and were wanting pups. Stay tuned to this page for all updates on these new additions to our kennels.

UPDATE We have made a second cross on Sting and Trudy. Pups will be due January 6th, 2015.

UPDATE First cross pups are doing good. They load,haul quietly (with out getting sick), have had plenty of walks in the woods, been tied out, and have been shown their first caged coon at 5 1/2 months with good results (video shown below). They have been out one time at night with their mother at 6 months and did as expected.The ground work has been done with a solid foundation.

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Harvest-Time

Captain-Catch

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First caged coon 5 Months old

6 thoughts on “6/13/14 & 1/6/15 Brookshiers Sting X Cane River Trashy Trudy

  1. admin Post author

    April 13th, 2014 Cane River Trashy Trudy was breed to Brookshiers Finley River Sting. This cross will be a tightly line bred cross of cold nosed, track drifting, accurate coon dogs. These pups will be a grandson of Uncle Lee (multiple top 10 placer of ACHA World Hunts), bred to a grand daughter of Uncle Lee. As well they will be a son of Brookshiers Sally (2002 ACHA World Champion Female) bred to a grand daughter of Sally. Steve Brookshier told me a long time ago that Uncle Lee and Sally were two of the best that he has ever followed and this cross is heavily and tightly bred on both. These dogs are bred to be really good track dogs that have the speed that a lot of (what people call track dogs today) don’t have. They also have a small shot of quick locating accurate tree dogs on the very bottom side.

  2. Trevor

    I have been wanting to try some of the old FR blood and just wondering a little about this cross. Also, how much are yall getting for the pups.

    1. admin Post author

      Very excited about this cross. She had her pups on Friday the 13th and unfortunately we only got 3. To answer your question, the old Finley River Blood really put the track in the Walker breed and it has almost been bred completely out. This line of dogs can run tracks like the old Finley River dogs could. Some of the dogs that still carry the name Finley River come from the show dogs of Lonnie Mears. This line of dogs doesnt carry the name but carries the traits. We sell our weanling puppies for $300 but none of this cross will be for sale since she only had 3. She had two males and one female and we will sell one of the male dogs when he is 8-9 months old. Thanks for the interest. We will be making another cross in the fall.

  3. Earl McMullin

    Seeing your web page for the first time today after scanning the internet for latest Finley River hound news. Your web page is showing a pedigree history with Bark Busting Bush as a Grand nite champion. This is incorrect because I owned Nite Champion Bark Busting Bush who was out of Drifting Bush Hog. I purchased him from Ron Henderson from Illinois . Bark Busting Bush passed away at my home in 1994. I still have his original UKC registration. He had two wins toward Grand Nite Champion when I purchased him at 10 years old. He never competed in night hunts with me. He was bred to females at age 12 while in Ft Worth, Texas. After that he was retired. He passed away at 14 years old. I have photos of him.

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