"383 Cock"

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Grandsire of "Morning Joy" as a yearling (2004) she was 33rd Open Scottish National Flying Club Falaise 445 miles. 2005 she won 16th Section 97th Open SNFC Falaise. 2006 she won 159th Open SNFC Falaise; 2007 she won 1st Sect 13th Open SNFC Alencon 473 miles and in 2008 she won 3rd Sect 80th Open SNFC Alencon; accumulating winning 5 times from France; Silver Medal at the SNFC presentation 2008. Plus many more! "Morning Joy" G.Dam of top winning pigeons.

"383 Cock" sire of 1st East Section 12th Open Midlands National Flying Club Tours 439 miles, 3,573 birds with the nest mate 9th East Section 163rd Open MNFC Bordeaux 607 miles!!! Both being 2 years old at the time! Also the grandsire of 4th Section 9th Open SNFC Bourges 595 miles, only 22 home in race time! None on the day.

Also three children that we bred especially for stock in 2008, all in their first year of breeding in 2010 bred 1st Club Otterburn, 2nd Club Otterburn, 4th Club Whitton Castle, 2nd Club Ridsdale, 1st Club Wetherby and 5th Club Whitton Castle, plus 2 x 1st Club.

383 son of foundation pair of Jan Aardens 645 x "572" together and apart they are responsible for numerous winners including 3 x 1st Open National including Solwayview Boy

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Van Geel and Wim Muller Aardens are bred specifically for the distance and extreme distance with our Aardens winning at 600+ miles but these birds will win at the sprint if the conditions favour them.

We’ve had the Aardens since the late 1980’s and from the time we introduced them into the loft they have won at the distance but don’t write them off over short distance if it’s a tough one. I’ve just bought back one of our own birds Solwayview Boy and was 1st Open National from 534 miles miles flying into Scotland, as a two year old.  They have won at every level of competition including 1st Open National! Not much more you can ask of a strain! We only keep around 30 pairs, so for these achievements to have come from such a small group of pigeons is outstanding.

If you need to fly the distance, then these are the birds with the endurance to do that. We have the Champions at stock to name a few Champion Seren Eleven, Solwayview Boy, etc. we also have sons, daughters, brothers, sisters to the Champions. These are kept as closely inbred to the top Federation, Combine and National winners and only birds on the day.

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