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    Hugh Norman Roundhead

    Gents, what can you say about this HN roundheads? Are they good too compared to the other roundhead lines that are in existence today? What are there styles & characteristics? Hope you can share any info regarding this line; Thanks to ALL...

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    i think that's the baseline of the cowan roundheads of mr. jr belt...i heard lots of nice things about this cock..

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    As what I've read in the net, the HNorman RH is a cross of Judge Lacy RH and Whitehackle. Not noted to most and having a pedigreed broodstock, I will know the result starting early next year when I test the offsprings in the pit from stags to bullstags.

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    Hugh Norman is only good for infusion.Billy Abott cross HUgh Norman with Brunner RH .ask Mr EAA Indians.he breed this line

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    3 qualified feedbacks out of 64 views. any more sensible and factual observations? tks.

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    I have my friend's Hugh Norman line and they have been going strong for 20 some years and another old cocker friend has had them for 30 years. You don't need anything to add to these family of RHs. They get up in the air, duck and dodge, sidestep. They can cut you going forward and backward - even sideways. They are power RHs with speed and lots of bottom and game to spare.
    Straight or crossed they are honest birds but I prefer them straight.

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    Ferdi,
    thanks a lot for that encouraging feedback. got a few cockerels and hopefully will have an opportunity to test them in a year or two.

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    Ferdi and I have the Hugh Norman Lacy Rhs. Ferdi was very kind to loan me his Jimmy East Hugh Norman Lacy stag and refreshed my very in bred Gary Thomas-Mac Abad Hugh Norman. Ferdi speaks from experience and the very recent show of his JE HN proved his HN is still a top breed. It went for almost 2 hours and won- power did not diminished from the start to finish (plenty of bottom).
    Ferdi's HN brought back the breaking and added more, his HN provided the "vertical" leap, higher breaking and good station. My HN is still one of the most effcient ground fighters (quick turning, ring general, quick strapping combined with a surprise snatch-hook). Both Hugh Normans still have the speed and excellent cutting.
    And to copy Billy Abbott, I crossed the HN with the Brunner RH and in the first year, all became multiple winners. The Brunner that we have is so quick off the line that if the handler is not fast to release his bird, the Brunner will fly from the line and can cut his bird while still in his hands.
    We have been crossing the HN to George Wood and Brunner RHs and each blend brings out the best.
    Good Luck-Ed

    Titan is not kidding when he said that his HN has football shape solid body and our HN unique body conformation is the football shape and its the reason why the HN has the quickest spin-turn and cut. Way to go Titan.

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    MY HUGH NOrman BROODCOCK has Solid Body shaped Like Football(Sarap hawakan at Ibato ng Spiral hehe),Red Eye,with White stream tail,white feet wit a bit black spot,Medium to high station.

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    Very good informative informations; keep it up kakmates

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    Very informative and encouraging remarks u've got Ferdi & Indian since I've bred a couple of HN hens on trial basis for next year fights. Outcrossing is planned with Boston & DGray RHs. I cud only hope for the best...
    Thanks...

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    Black Spur RH

    Does your RH come black spur? Why do you think RH inhibit this trait? Claret blood maybe?

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    try this website

    browse the gamefarmdirectory.com & look for carson gamefarm

    http://www.carsonfarm.com/

    according to that site they have multi-winner HN Roundheads
    nice pics too!

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    Thanks for the infor guys.. I really like RH.

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    2 hours?

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    5 time winner rh

    I have a 5 time winner in the lk that was given to me by a good friend as a brood cock, this is the old school original blood lines i am breeeding him to my proven grey hen from harold brown blood lines ,they are great birds if you can get the real true bloodlines, i am blessed to own one, , this is my personal birds to show,

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    Re: Hugh Norman Roundhead

    any info about longleaf hugh norman rh ?

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    Re: Hugh Norman Roundhead

    Quote Originally Posted by jlbs72
    any info about longleaf hugh norman rh ?
    bro just pm gamay2...he can help you.. and also ask the blackfowl..

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    Re: Hugh Norman Roundhead

    Jim Clem (colt39) crossed HN RH and Gilliam RH to make his owm Jim Clem RH.

    Cliff King (Touchfall) maintained a family and kept them winning in good competition for a long time from just one original pair.

    These 2 persons post here now and then. Maybe they'll see this thread and respond...

    This pair is mine from a breeder in North Carolina. Got 3 stags from them last July (lost a few to predators) and they all look exactly like their dad (one is just a little bit darker)... Time will tell their performance, but for now they sure are eye-candies.


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    Re: Hugh Norman Roundhead

    Quote Originally Posted by titans
    Hugh Norman is only good for infusion.Billy Abott cross HUgh Norman with Brunner RH .ask Mr EAA Indians.he breed this line

    Nope I still fight what I have straightbred.
    Cheers

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    Re: Hugh Norman Roundhead

    eto po sample ng hugh norman RH... thru HenryN
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    Re: Hugh Norman Roundhead

    our hn are dark with pale face white legs.....



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    Re: Hugh Norman Roundhead

    These came from Mike Everrett & I believe they are as good as anyones...

    http://i82.photobucket.com/albums/j2...h/DSC00417.jpg

    http://i82.photobucket.com/albums/j2...DSC09882-1.jpg

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    Re: Hugh Norman Roundhead

    I heard that Blackwater Farm have these HN roundheads.
    Anyone can shed light on this?

    Thanks!
    Last edited by jj brothers; May 4th, 2009 at 04:46 AM.

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    Re: Hugh Norman Roundhead

    any1 know stansberry's information?

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    Re: Hugh Norman Roundhead

    I produced 8 stags out of a CARDINAL COCK OVER HUGH NORMAN HENS Mating They all WON @ 11months one of the stags won twice but lost his 3rd fight he was able to kill his opponent too...

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