Winner of 1st Open Midlands National Flying Club Treble Chance Lessay 224 miles winning well over 5,000GBP and also winning 4th Section 99th Open Midlands National Flying Club Falaise 253 miles 4,282 birds two weeks prior to the Lessay race. She is already breeding good pigeons in the stock loft before we purchased her.
She is a G.Dam of winners including 1st Club 2nd Leeds & District Amalgamation, 2nd Club 2nd Leeds & District Amalgamation, 86th RPRA One Loft Race Final Alnwick 236 miles 2018. 2nd Club 16th Fed Newbury 92 miles 2,999 birds, 2nd Club 8th Fed 18th Combine Battle 166 miles 2017, 3rd Club 3rd Fed Chale 94 miles, landed with loft mates to take 1,2,3. 1st Club 1st DC&WSCFC Chale 94 miles, winning by over 55 ypm, 1st Club 1st Fed Upper Heyford 1 84 miles and 3rd Club 5th Fed Upper Heyford 2 racing North Road into the Isle of White.
G.G.Dam of 1st prize winners including a nest pair to win 1st Club 1st Fed and 22nd Club 27th Fed Cwmbran 87 miles, also 3rd Fed Maidstone 257 miles
Reports of winners the first year we had her 2012!
She is from the Silver Shadow lines and related to the Silver Shadow Cock
Janssens are a diverse pigeon which are mainly bred for middle distance racing but with a strain that has been established so long these pigeons will win from 60 miles through to 600 miles if you get the right lines.
We have a superb collection of Janssens which have bred amongst others 1st NIPA 27,000+ birds, 4th & 25th Scottish National, 1st UK 3rd overall in the 13th Sun City Million Dollar Hot Spot race, 2nd Open National Flying Club Tarbes 2008! They have produced our most recent 1st Open National winner “Alexander the Great” 1st Open National Flying Club Ancennis
We have approximately 40 pairs of Janssens at stock. Once again this is a well established family with many lines being housed at Tumley Lofts Stud, Arendonk, Camphuis and Van Loon. Some of our Janssen lines have been with us since the early 1970’s. Winners at all levels of competition, the very best of these here close to the world wide champions, many thousands of pounds spent on obtaining these pigeons.