Last season two national winners were bred from pigeons sold on PIPA

Everybody knows by now that PIPA aims for the highest quality in its online auctions. And last year several buyers achieved great results with the pigeons that they purchased on PIPA. In fact, in Belgium alone two national winners were bred from pigeons that PIPA sold in auction over the course of this year.

1st National Bourges 38,455 young birds (fastest of 59,243 p.) for Roziers-Xiang

The Belgian-Chinese combination of Roziers-Xiang won a 1st National from Bourges young birds in early August. Their racing bird Gust finished in first place of 38,455 young birds, as the fastest pigeon overall of 59,243 pigeons. Jelle purchased the dam of Gust, Lady Universe, here on PIPA, in a Hok Jos Vercammen pigeon auction. And the sire, Inbred Queen L, which is inbred to Jelle's stock breeder Queen L, was actually sold in a PIPA auction this year. This illustrates not once but twice that PIPA offers nothing but top quality birds.


1st Nat. Bourges 2017 Gust: the dam was bought on PIPA, the sire was sold on PIPA

1st National Perpignan 4,620 old birds for Stijn and Jeroen Rans

They had already won a 1st National from Pau earlier on, and Stijn and Jeroen Rans have now claimed a 1st National Perpignan as well. Their racing bird Frans, named after their grandfather who passed away last year, was also the fastest in the race of 4,620 old birds. He claims a 10th place international of 14,851 pigeons. Stijn and Jeroen purchased his sire Ed, which comes from the Declercq-Vervaeren bloodline, in a PIPA auction a while ago. This goes to show it always pays off to invest in good quality pigeons.


The sire of Frans, 1st Nat. Perpignan 2017, was obtained in a PIPA auction

Did you get a great result with a pigeon that you obtained on PIPA? Let us know at aepd.aeirbtpi@ ec.

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