Earl Tudor breedings of the Henry bloodline. Part 2.
Written by Svetlana Korina
Earl Tudor with Black Jack and Cunningham's Nellie
Tudor's Black Jack Jr
Tudor's Supreme (Peterson's)
One more part of the Henry bloodline Earl Tudor got from Cunningham's Nellie. Nellie was whelped on April 7, 1913. She was littersister to Henry's Brindle Pat, that was owned by W H Dunlay, TX. They were bred by Frank G Henry, sired by the best dog of Frank's - Henry's Black Brandy. Dam of Nellie was Henry's Red Nugget, that had very interesting pedigree from Frank Henry bloods collection. She had Feeley's Ottawa Phil and Delihant's Thistle behind her sire. Henry's Old Susan was from the same breeding as Miller's Pocket, owned by H. R. P. Miller, Croton, Ohio. Anyway, lets look at very rare photo of Nellie's sire.
Henry's Black Brandy
Cunningham's Nellie was bred to Tudor's Black Jack. This combination gave such famous dogs as Supreme, Black Jack Jr, Wildfire. Black Jack Jr is a diamond there.
Tudor's Black Jack Jr (Peterson's)
Earl Tudor and many other dogmen told that Black Jack Jr is one of the very best in the breed history. Black Jack Jr was 65 lbs, official UKC Champion.
In 1920's Earl Tudor had absolutely great collection of Henry bloods. Earl told that Henry dogs were the best he ever had, unique dogs. He linebred them many years.
To be continued...
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