Best Coursing Photos of the Year!

Terence Wright sent these pics from the Albuquerque gang last night. His, Greg’s, and Warren’s dogs at least are represented, and Greg’s gyr cross Spook.

 I am envious– come on down! Meanwhile, right click to enlarge as always.

I believe these last two are double grandchildren of Ataika and Lashyn.

UPDATE: the black dog is the Kaeppler’s, of Persian and English stock- thanks, Paul D.
Our local rare blacks , from Kazakh stock, tend to have white and tan marks on the front of their breasts; not like an Arabian “tanpoint”, less anyway… a bit of  inheritance from the taigan, their mountain cousin? Shakula says of such dogs that they “have the blood of the ancient dragon,”

6 thoughts on “Best Coursing Photos of the Year!”

  1. The photo of the merle dog with the gyr at its shoulder reminds me of a sight years ago when my lurcher was running along a mountain path, in a wooded area, and a wild, immature gos flew with her at her shoulder, pulling off after a bit. Just curious I'd guess, but a long remembered scene.


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