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Posted 8 November 2012 - 16:04 PM

I went to a mate of mine today. He purchased some late breds from Paul Stobbs earlier in the year i must say that they are turning out to be absoult quality. :emoticon-0137-clapping: :emoticon-0137-clapping: :emoticon-0137-clapping: :emoticon-0137-clapping: :emoticon-0137-clapping: Anyone racing and doing well with Paul's birds on here?

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Posted 8 November 2012 - 16:21 PM

Will be next year ;) couldn't meat a nicer man, especially when as succesfull as him. My partner has a number of his birds but unfortunately lost interest last year after a lifetime of keeping birds. Paul bred him quiet a few birds unfortunately never raced as ybs so going to give them all the help possible and try them as yearlings shame they are at a disadvantage but they are superb birds. Going to his lofts soon and he's going to showm me round. Been told by many his birds are like oil paintings no matter what time of the year. But like I say true gent :)
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Posted 8 November 2012 - 16:26 PM

View Posthibby, on 8 November 2012 - 15:21 PM, said:

Will be next year ;) couldn't meat a nicer man, especially when as succesfull as him. My partner has a number of his birds but unfortunately lost interest last year after a lifetime of keeping birds. Paul bred him quiet a few birds unfortunately never raced as ybs so going to give them all the help possible and try them as yearlings shame they are at a disadvantage but they are superb birds. Going to his lofts soon and he's going to showm me round. Been told by many his birds are like oil paintings no matter what time of the year. But like I say true gent :)


Yes i believe he's invited my mate up to his i'll jump in the car with him if i can :emoticon-0140-rofl: :emoticon-0140-rofl:

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Posted 8 November 2012 - 22:03 PM

Was at Pauls sale in Newcastle last year and his birds were well turned out, couldnt get handling any though .This man is topping the Amal sitting in the west of the fed in a west wind.His performances are Unbelievable :rolleyes:
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Posted 9 November 2012 - 20:26 PM

Just been to Paul's tonight..... Unreal, really can't say how much of a nice bloke he is held my first champion pigeons. So used to just looking at them in the papers or web sites. Surprise surprise, the gypsy so many multiple Amalgamation winners can't remember them all. One thing they are all a different class of pigeon. And no wonder I would be quiet happy to live in there unreal pigeons, unreal set up. Genuine fancier one of the best experiences I've had since getting back into the birds :animatedpigeons:
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Posted 23 November 2012 - 06:39 AM

Wow, paul has a good set up if you go on his website it has all his birds and methods, http://paulstobbs.com/ :animatedpigeons:

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Posted 23 November 2012 - 08:19 AM

great set up and some good tips on there

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Posted 23 November 2012 - 08:30 AM

View PostConsettFlyer12, on 23 November 2012 - 06:39 AM, said:

Wow, paul has a good set up if you go on his website it has all his birds and methods, http://paulstobbs.com/ :animatedpigeons:

all very nice ,set up and birds .they must have fat walletts them boys :emoticon-0138-thinking:
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Posted 6 November 2017 - 00:54 AM

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