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This is MADMAN !!



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George R.
370 posts
Aug 13, 2010
11:29 AM
This Bird is named MADMAN . he is one dangerous pigeon , I have seen him spin as deep as 80feet . He normally spins in the 30 foot range but he can go 5 ft to 80 feet. He has extreme velocity and is frequent with great style.

He has come real close to hitting roofs, Telephone poles, electric wires , but he always seems to miss and has never hit ANYTHING. He has been spinning like this for over 3 Months so I dont know if his luck will last or run out. I do admit he is not much to look at on the ground but he has made a few peoples jaws drop to the floor when he is in the air.

He was bred out of a pair of Danny Horner Birds .

ma

Last Edited by on Aug 13, 2010 11:41 AM
155
1256 posts
Aug 13, 2010
1:23 PM
hey bro you think he will kill it slef soon? will you breed off out a birds like this? how are the bro's and sis's doing?
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~ Jose Jimenez Aka Evilloft ~
Compton ca ,Mesa Az
.Going all Higgins this Year.
George R.
371 posts
Aug 13, 2010
2:23 PM
Whats up Jose ?

The Bird is 7 months old . I will keep flying him and see if he holds up . his brother and sisters are good but not like The Madman LOL

Take care Bro
George
Sound Rollers
383 posts
Aug 13, 2010
2:24 PM
That bird has some serious expression.

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155
1257 posts
Aug 13, 2010
4:20 PM
chilling george
ok good luck with him bro
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~ Jose Jimenez Aka Evilloft ~
Compton ca ,Mesa Az
.Going all Higgins this Year.
fhtfire
2631 posts
Aug 13, 2010
5:23 PM
Good luck with him George....but man at that young age...sounds like a loose cannon...I had a bird like this I ended up naming him crash...this SOB would do all you are talking...real wild looking like the photo...just has that look of being a little off...like a crack head...LOL..

The bird never killed itself but missed everything it was trying to hit for about 5 months then he just started crashing into things...and NEVER got hurt....flew her for two years for shits and giggles but a hawk finally took her....the bird would have been a cull but was so freak'n deep and would hold the velocity...but was just a worthless bird.

rock and ROLL

Paul

Good lUck..I give it anouther couple months...and it will be a lawn dart...has that same wild goofy look.

rock and ROLL

Paul
Sound Rollers
385 posts
Aug 14, 2010
5:38 AM
Fou, If I had to guess the long neck is a Horner trait.

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steve49
558 posts
Aug 14, 2010
11:30 AM
its still a baby, and might even develop some control. i have a 2010 baby that was spinning 60', and i really thought it would kill/cull itself. 1 month later, and it kits well, and finishes a roll and beats it back to the kit. sidlove was one of the few who said give it time, it could turn out ok. so, George, i say the same thing, keep him going and keep your fingers crossed he develops some control along with the depth.
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Steve in Blue Point, NY
George R.
373 posts
Aug 14, 2010
12:26 PM
Steve

You are correct , I have seen this bird gain bettor control of his spin over the last couple of weeks .

He has not been as reckless as before he still rips of some deep spins on every fly , but he hasnt been doing it when he is flying low.

I will keep flying him and see what happens.

Thanks
George
gotspin7
2691 posts
Aug 15, 2010
5:50 AM
George,

He is one ugly little guy, I do hope he spins like you say. That would be the only reason I would keep him around. Good Luck!

Thanks!

Sal Ortiz
"There are some fanciers that can talk and write about rollers and they sound very impressive, but they can't even fly a kite." (George Mason 1992)
George R.
374 posts
Aug 15, 2010
10:54 AM
Jeez I wish that those dudes that always talked about great individuals would have a individual fly , I am sure that Madman would give any pigeon a run for thier money.
steve49
559 posts
Aug 15, 2010
12:12 PM
George, looks don't matter in competition, only performance. besides, wait til he moults out, and he'll be much better looking i'm sure. or at least a little better. ;-)
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Steve in Blue Point, NY


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