THE LITTER OF IMPACT!

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THE LITTER OF IMPACT!

Postby Don Nicely » Wed Jul 21, 2010 7:31 am

You have got to be kidding, another Lipper thread? I will put this thread up because this Litter Of Impact has brought so much excitement to so many I thought they deserved their own thread. After all they became the most famous litter of unborn coon hound puppies in this the internet age.

I am sure as on the other threads some Mosquito's will visit this thread also. This thread is meant to be a positive thread about the great success Jerry Beard and Tom Hopkins had in getting this litter here for us to observe. Anyone of any breed should also be happy and excited about the coming and arrival of this Litter Of Impact.

Why? Because this litter shows you what is possible. 26 year old semen that has created life. If you like another breed think about what you would do today if you had so and so's semen to use. This litter should send a powerful message to ANYONE who is interested in breeding a better hound no matter the breed.

Collect these powerful 2 and 3 year old dogs of this day and this time. If in time they prove to be powerful reproducers then you will have the means to do some very smart breeding. That possibility should get anyone interested in improving their breed excited.

The Father:


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HOUSE'S LIPPER


The Mother:


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WAR CREEK ANNA



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WAR CREEK ANNA


........................................................................ROCK RIVER SACKETT
.......................................................ROCK RIVER SACKETT JR.
.........................................................................SKEANS DOLLY
...............................COWEE CREEK CLINT (SIRE)
.........................................................................HOUSE'S LIPPER
.......................................................DOLLY'S STYLISH QUEEN
.........................................................................STYLISH DOLLY
...WAR CREEK ANNA...........
....................................................................ROCK RIVER SACKETT JR.
......................................................ROCK RIVER FRANK
.....................................................................ROCK RIVER SAL
................................ROCK RIVER ROXY (DAM)
....................................................................FOSTERS CROWDER
......................................................BROWNS LITTLE LULU
.................................................................TURNERS LOCKDOWN LUCY




Don't forget about the mother. She is a top hound in her own right with a very good pedigree to match.



THE PUPS WHEN FIRST BORN!

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THE PUPS AT 4 DAYS OF AGE



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Enjoy history because it is before your eyes. As for me I wish the best for THE LITTER OF IMPACT!
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9 Days Old

Postby Don Nicely » Thu Jul 22, 2010 7:11 am

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LITTER OF IMPACT 9 DAYS OLD

More pics at http://www.finleyriverchief.com/LITTER_OF_IMPACT.php
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Postby Don Nicely » Mon Aug 09, 2010 11:50 am

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LIPPER'S DR. LAW

Postby Don Nicely » Sat Aug 28, 2010 11:44 pm

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LIPPER'S DR. LAW

TREEING ON A HOUSE CAT AT 6 WEEKS AND 3 DAYS OF AGE
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LIPPER'S SCREAMIN LUCILLE

Postby Don Nicely » Mon Aug 30, 2010 6:58 am

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LIPPER'S SCREAMIN LUCILLE with Paul Camp
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Postby Don Nicely » Wed Sep 08, 2010 9:47 am

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LIPPER'S DR. LAW




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LIPPER'S SCREAMIN LIZZY




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LIPPER'S SCREAMIN T-BONE




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LIPPER'S SCREAMIN SEMEN




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LIPPER'S SCREAMIN LUCILLE with Paul Camp.
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Postby David McKee » Wed Sep 15, 2010 2:50 am

I remember drawing Lipper at walker days(I believe) in the mid 80's. I can still remember the first time I heard him locate and tree. He was the first hound that I can remember hurting my ears at the tree.
Years later I drew a pup off of him named Lipper's Mack owned by David Gostmosky(spelling). He sounded so much like his dad it was unreal. That dying squall and rolling it over into a roar on the tree.
I have owned a few Lipper bred hounds and hope these pups turn out well.
Looking forward to tracking their progress.
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Postby Don Nicely » Wed Sep 15, 2010 4:56 am

David McKee wrote:I remember drawing Lipper at walker days(I believe) in the mid 80's. I can still remember the first time I heard him locate and tree. He was the first hound that I can remember hurting my ears at the tree.
Years later I drew a pup off of him named Lipper's Mack owned by David Gostmosky(spelling). He sounded so much like his dad it was unreal. That dying squall and rolling it over into a roar on the tree.
I have owned a few Lipper bred hounds and hope these pups turn out well.
Looking forward to tracking their progress.


David, thanks for the post. I hope you enjoy this ad.


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GRAND CHAMPION NITE CHAMPION LIPPER'S MAC
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Postby Jim Sizemore » Thu Sep 16, 2010 7:56 am

Calling them the litter of impact strikes me as more than a little presumptious. These pups haven't impacted anything as yet except the message boards and the pups didn't even do that, a human promoter did all that. A year from now, 5 years from now they may make a truely earthshattering impact on the coonhound world but as of today, they are just another litter of pups. Ok, big name pups if that really counts for anything. But impact? No way, not yet.
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THE LITTER OF IMPACT

Postby Don Nicely » Thu Sep 16, 2010 12:02 pm

Jim Sizemore wrote:Calling them the litter of impact strikes me as more than a little presumptious. These pups haven't impacted anything as yet except the message boards and the pups didn't even do that, a human promoter did all that. A year from now, 5 years from now they may make a truely earthshattering impact on the coonhound world but as of today, they are just another litter of pups. Ok, big name pups if that really counts for anything. But impact? No way, not yet.


Jim, I guess it depends on how someone is looking at something. Some of the things I do know is that LIPPER had an impact on the Treeing Walker Breed. It seems like people either love him or hate him. Back when he was alive and young he created a stir. It was Lipper this and Lipper that and NOT from his owners but from people wanting or having Lipper hounds.

For anyone that wants to see the Impact Lipper has had on the breed they can go here http://finleyriverchief.forumotion.net/ ... train-f59/

I am not finished or even close to finishing with these sections but it can give people an idea of what Lipper has given to the breed.

As far as these pups go they have already had an impact under a number of ways of thought.

One thing is that they have proven that pups can be gotten from 26 year old semen. Has there been pups from older semen? I don't know but now more people are talking about frozen semen which is a good thing. Anyone of any breed should be excited about these pups because they have shown what can happen with science. First AI pups? NO. But pups from semen that has been in the deep freeze OVER a quarter of a century.

That is where people should get excited, thinking ahead as to what hound they may want to use 25 years from now and making plans for that.

As for the Litter being a Litter Of Impact, they are more then just another litter of pups. They are pups out of a female who is not only a very outstanding coon hound, she is also a good reproducer in her own right. A female that has a very good pedigree with a little more Lipper in her also.

These pups are out of semen from Lipper when he was a young powerful hound. At the time he was collected it was still fairly new in our sport, so the straws were just the good stuff and not having anything added to try and get more straws.

When Lipper was this age is when he produced many of his powerful hounds.

So if the pups turn out good it will only create more good interest in Lipper. If they don't turn out good then the haters of Lipper will have something to talk about. Either way the pups will create more talk as they age and the world gets to see what they are.

One thing for sure these pups have the spotlight shinning on them and if I had to put money on them making it or not, I would have to put it on them making it.


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LIPPER'S DR. LAW

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LIPPER'S DR. LAW


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