The Lanarkshire Federation is so competitive that only 1 other loft has finished Fed Champions 3 times and only a handful of lofts have ever finished Fed Champions twice in the Federation’s history. We have won Federation trophies in all 28 seasons since joining the Lanarkshire Fed and they have finished Federation Champions in the 80’s, 90’s, 00’s and now in 2011 and 2012 a period spanning 4 decades.
G.W. & P MACALONEY consider their record of consistency the greatest achievement they have ever attained in the sport, even greater than any individual or group of performances as everyone knows that it is extremely difficult to reach the top in your respective area but 10 times more difficult to remain at or near the top for 30 consecutive years. Over this period there have been 8 to 10 class lofts that have achieved their goal of being Federation Champions but they have all found it nearly impossible to maintain that challenge year on year.
It is also that their birds have performed outstanding at all distances and at all levels of competiton, for example:
1st Open S.N.F.C. Sartilly 508 miles 813KM 1st W.Sect S.N.F.C. Nantes 610 miles 976KM 1st W.Sect S.N.F.C. Sartilly 508 miles 813KM 1st W.Sect S.N.F.C. Appeldore 394 miles 630KM 2nd W.Sect S.N.F.C. Rennes 545 miles 872KM 3rd W.Sect S.N.F.C. Rennes 545 miles 872KM S.N.F.C. Gold Award with Janefield Paul (5 times Rennes) S.N.F.C. Gold Award with Janefield Geordie (4 times Rennes, 1 times Nantes) 1st Open Scottish Central Combine Averanches 506 miles / 810K (The furthest lying west loft ever to win the S.C.C. at over 500 miles and into a west wind) 1st Open Lanarkshire Fed Falaise 514 miles/ 825K (when only 12 day birds were recorded) (How many lofts in the west of Scotland have won 3 times 1st Open at over 500 miles?)
In 1998 they decided to concentrate on federation racing as they could compete against up to 12,000 birds on a weekly basis and with 17 of the 18 race program flying at a distance of under 400 miles they therefore set themselves a target of trying to put in place the best middle distance team of birds possible, resulting in the following achievements:
The Amal Cock
Over 100 X 1st Lanarkshire Fed or Lanarkshire Open duplication races with up to 10,592 birds competing (over 75 X 1st since 1998).
1st Open Strathclyde Amalgamation Huntingdon 290 miles / 465K.
G.W. & P MACALONEY have topped the Fed from every distance, 64 miles/ 104K to 514 miles / 825KM with the exception of our jinx race Maidstone 368 miles/ 590K, but again we have a fantastic record at this race point with 2nd, 3rd, 3rd, 5th, 5th, 6th, 8th, 9th, 9th, 10th opens etc. and setting individual records like
1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th, 6th, 7th, 8th, 9th, 10th, 11 and 12th Fed 9738 old birds.
1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th, 6th, 7th and 8th Fed 8593 young birds.
Competing at national level over the last 3 seasons we have entered 6 nationals featuring well up in the section in 5 of them and winning 37th Open Bovington, 51st Open Ypres and 51st Open Ypres all with our middle distance family.
The Federation consists of 3 sections East, West and Centre and we fly in the centre section with full clubs North, South, East and West of our own loft location.
Over the last 4 seasons alone, without flying for any club prizes we have won the following:
2009 8 X 1st L.S.C. 10 X 1st Centre Sect. 8 X 1st Open Federation Total 26 X 1st 2010 8 X 1st L.S.C. 9 X 1st Centre Sect. 7 x 1st Open Federation Total 24 X 1st 2011 9 X 1st L.S.C. 10 X 1st Centre Sect. 8 X 1st Open Federation Total 27 X 1st 2012 8 X 1st L.S.C. 8 X 1st Centre Sect. 5 X 1st Open Federation Total 21 X 1st
Some individual team performances over the last 4 seasons are as follows:
02.05.09 Hexham 160K Vel 1263ypm 1st 2nd 3rd 4th 6th 8th sect 2,678 birds 1st 2nd 4th 6th 8th 10th Fed 8,944 birds 09.05.09 Hexham 160K Vel 1276ypm 1st 2nd 3rd 4th 8th 12th Sect 2,288 birds 1st 2nd 3rd 4th 10th 16th Fed 7,332 birds 30.05.09 Newark 378K Vel 1834ypm 1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th 7th Sect 1,820 birds 1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th 7th Fed 5,902 birds 13.06.09 Leicester 414K Vel 1161ypm 1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 9th 13th Sect 962 birds 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th 13th 17th Fed 3,536 birds 13.06.09 Leicester 414K Vel 1161ypm 1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 8th 12th Sect 512 birds 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th 12th 14th Open 1,922 birds 25.07.09 Kelso 104K Vel 1130ypm 1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th 7th 8th 9th 12th Sect 2,054 birds 1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th 7th 8th 10th 13th Fed 6,387 birds 01.08.09 Kelso 104K Vel 1356ypm 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th 7th 8th 13th 15th Sect 2,349 birds 8th 11th 13th 14th 17th 19th 24th 31st 34th Fed 7,081 birds 08.08.09 Otterburn 138K Vel 1450ypm 1st 2nd 6th 7th 9th 10th 12th Sect 2,262 birds 1st 2nd 8th 11th 17th 18th 20th Fed 8,164 birds 15.08.09 Hexham 160K Vel 1201ypm 1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th 9th 11th Sect 1,924 birds 1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 9th 21st 26th Fed 6,058 birds 22.08.09 Wetherby 276K Vel 1193ypm 1st 12th 14th Sect 1,170 birds 1st 22nd 28th Fed 4,394 birds 22.08.09 Wetherby 276K Vel 1193ypm 1st 9th 11th 17th Sect 578 birds 1st 17th 19th 27th Open 1,987 birds 29.08.09 Otterburn 138K Vel 1135ypm 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 8th Sect 650 birds 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 8th Fed 1,794 birds 17.04.10 Otterburn 138K Vel 1141ypm 1st 14th Sect 1,638 birds 1st 15th Fed 5,307 birds 24.04.10 Otterburn 138K Vel 1603ypm 1st 2nd 3rd 4th Sect 2,340 birds 1st 2nd 3rd 4th Fed 7,306 birds 22.05.10 Bubwith 308K Vel 1171ypm 1st 8th 9th Sect 2,154 birds 1st 16th 17th Fed 6,937 birds 12.06.10 Selby 308K Vel 1118ypm 1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th Sect 754 birds 1st 2nd 3rd 4th 6th 7th Fed 2,756 birds 24.07.10 Otterburn 138K Vel1288ypm 1st 3rd 14th Sect 1,430 birds 3rd 5th 31st Fed 4,472 birds 31.07.10 Otterburn 138K Vel 1083ypm 1st 3rd 4th 5th 6th 10th 12th 13th 14th Sect 2,080 birds 1st 6th 8th 10th 12th 23rd 24th 25th 26th Fed 6,890 birds 21.08.10 Thirsk 250K Vel 1291ypm 1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th 7th Sect 884 birds 1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th 7th Fed 2,314 birds 21.08.10 Thirsk 250K Vel 1291ypm 1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th 7th Sect 410 birds 1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th 7th Fed 1,094 birds 28.08.10 Consette 178K Vel 1009ypm 1st 4th 9th Sect 624 birds 2nd 18th 24th Fed 2,054 birds 24.04.11 Otterburn 138K Vel 1487ypm 1st 2nd 3rd 7th 8th Sect 1,586 birds 1st 2nd 3rd 8th 11th Fed 5,174 birds 14.05.11 Thirsk 250K Vel 1155ypm 1st 2nd 3rd 4th 10th Sect 2,444 birds 1st 2nd 5th 6th 20th Fed 6,942 birds 21.05.11 Selby 308K Vel 1659ypm 1st 2nd 3rd 10th 12th 14th Sect 1,742 birds 1st 2nd 3rd 12th 15th 20th Fed 5,902 birds 28.05.11 Newark 378K Vel 1194ypm 1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 11th 13th Sect 1,404 birds 1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 12th 19th Fed 4,082 birds 18.06.11 Otterburn 138K Vel 1152ypm 1st 13th Sect 266 birds 5th 44th Fed 877 birds 25.06.11 Kelso 104K Vel 1182ypm 1st 2nd 3rd 9th 11th 15th Sect 806 birds 1st 2nd 3rd 10th 13th 18th Fed 2,678 birds 30.07.11 Otterburn 138K Vel 1378ypm 1st 2nd 3rd 4th Sect 1,950 birds 1st 2nd 3rd 4th Fed 6,370 birds 06.08.11 Kelso 104K Vel 1306ypm 1st 3rd 5th 6th 9th Sect 2,016 birds 1st 4th 7th 8th 10th Fed 7,332 birds 13.08.11 Hexham 160K Vel 1126ypm 1st 2nd 4th 11th Sect 1,976 birds 1st 2nd 6th 30th Fed 6,708 birds 20.08.11 Sedgfield 214K Vel 1298ypm 2nd 8th 10th 11th 15th Sect 1,326 birds 10th 22nd 24th 25th 30th Fed 4550 birds 27.08.11 Otterburn 138K Vel 1213ypm 2nd 3rd 4th 7th 8th Sect 650 birds 2nd 3rd 4th 10th 12th Fed 2574 birds 03.09.11 Otterburn 138K Vel 1219ypm 1st 2nd 4th 5th 6th 7th 8th 10th Sect 702 birds 10th 11th 14th 16th 18th 21st 2nd 26th Fed 2498 birds 12.05.12 Ingleton 128K Vel 1282ypm 1st 2nd 6th Sect 1,741 birds 1st 2nd 6th Fed 6,264 birds 26.05.12 Uttoxeter 362K Vel 1370ypm 1st 2nd 5th 6th Sect 1,602 birds 2nd 3rd 9th 10th Fed 5196 birds 10.06.12 Wollaston400K Vel 1244ypm 1st 4th 7th 14th Sect 699 birds 2nd 18th 24th 38th Fed 2,105 birds 10.06.12 Wollaston400K Vel 1244ypm 1st 4th 6th 10th 20th Sect 280 birds 2nd 11th 16th 23rd 57th Open 862 birds 17.06.12 Salsbury 564K Vel 1185ypm 2nd 5th 7th Sect 194 birds 3rd 9th 21st Fed 628 birds 24.06.12 Longtown 120K Vel 1052ypm 1st 7th 8th 9th 14th Sect 308 birds 1st 10th 11th 12th 21st Fed 1,068 birds 28.07.12 Longtown 120K Vel 1036ypm 1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th 7th Sect 1,860 birds 1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th 7th Fed 4,550 birds 04.08.12 Longtown 120K Vel 1383ypm 2nd 3rd Sect 1572 birds 3rd 4th Fed 4867 birds 11.08.12 Appleby 172K Vel 1718ypm 2nd 3rd 7th 9th 10th Sect 1416 birds 2nd 3rd 15th 20th 21st Fed 4885 birds 26.08.12 Ingleton 216K Vel 1428ypm 1st 4th 5th 6th Sect 820 birds 1st 5th 6th 7th Fed 2,077 birds 26.08.12 Ingleton 216K Vel 1428ypm 1st 3rd 4th 5th 13th 16th 20th 21st Sect 286 birds 1st 4th 5th 6th 26th 28th 36th 37th Open 808 birds
In the last 4 seasons they have entered 2,461 birds in 70 races, therefore averaging only 35 birds per race.
G.W. & P MACALONEY remain competitive year on year due to the adopted policy of never standing still, realising that there is always room for improvement. They now only bring in birds direct from world class breeding pairs or birds very inbred to an individual outstanding producer to ensure only the top winning genes enter our stock loft.
By adopting the above policy they have maintained an extremely high level of consistency in racing terms and their record over the last few years of passing these winning genes onto others is evident in the following sample list of fanciers excelling with their bloodlines.
When it comes to breeding winners for others their birds have topped nearly every federation in Scotland and many other organisations in England, Ireland and Wales at every level over the last few seasons as the following small example will verify:
Roy Seaton’s Mari-Mac 1st Open S.N.F.C. (her sire was bred by us) Roy Seaton’s Jimmy-Mac 1st Open S.N.F.C . (his sire was bred by us) John Duthiu’s Better Still 1st Open S.N.F.C. (was bred down from our stock) John Duthiu’s Gold Award winner “As Good As It Gets (was bred down from our stock) George Mann’s Imperial-Mac 1st Open S.C.C. (we bred his parents) George Mann’s 277 3 X S.C.C. 3 Bird Club from France (was bred by us) George Mann’s 1st and 2nd Open 3 B.C. Young Bird winners (contain our blood) Tom Corrie’s best young bird in the Lanarkshire Fed for 2012 (both parents bred by us) Willie Simple’s good blue pied cock (both parents bred by us) Pat Helliwell’s Twins his no1 and no2 stock cocks (were both bred by us) Pat Helliwell’s Black Bird his no1 stock hen (was bred by us) Tommy Blair’s “Champion Carrie-Anne” (was bred by us) Les Mitchell’s “Black Magic” his no 1 stock hen (was bred by us) Ronnie Wilson’s Northern Lights dam of 5 X 1st club winners this year (was bred by us) Adrian Leitch’s Macaloney Cock sire and grandsire to Fed winners (was bred by us) Hamish Ferguson’s Father Jim 1st Open Scottish Central Combine (his parents were bred by us) Hamish Ferguson’s ” Fed cock” twice bird of the year in the central fed (contains our blood) Hamish Ferguson’s 1st Open S.C.C. Yearling Winner (we supplied the father) Tuck Hilly’s 1st Open S.C.C. winner (both parents bred by us) Ian Cameron’s Young Mac 1st 2nd 3rd 7th section in M.N.F.C. (was bred from our blood) Iam Cameron’s Alba Mac 8 times a winner in M.N.F.C. (was bred by us) John McFall’s Little Pied dam to 4 generations of 1st Fed winners (was bred by us) John McFall’s Hat-Trick 3 X 1st Fed is direct from the “Little Pied” Alex Blyth’s Dura 1st West Sect S.N.F.C. (his dam was bred by us) Alex Blyth’s Highland Park (his parents were bred by us) Billy King’s Countdown 1st Fed Eastbourne (his father is “Dura”) Telfor & Beatie’s 1st Open Grampian Combine winner (her parents were bred by us)
Performances of the Dream Couple:
The Dream Pair, are Camphius Janseens and consist of Cheq Cock GB 97S 38757 (stock) bred by C.W.L. & Green. He is a full brother to their champion Gold Blend a winner of 11 X 1st Federation and an R.P.R.A. Awards winner in the N.W. Region and Blue Hen SU 98L983 (stock) bred direct from C.W.L. & Green stock birds. She is nest mate to Janefield Wonderboy.
In only 13 races Janefield Wonderboy won the following:
1st fed 4,122 birds 2nd fed 9,025 birds 3rd fed 6,148 birds 3rd fed 8,411 birds 1st sect 1,999 birds 2nd sect 2,178 birds 2nd sect 2,269 birds 3rd sect 1,413 birds 4th sect 1,487 birds 6th sect 2,225 birds
The Dream Pair are parents and grandparents of birds to be 1st or joint 1st fed in 39 different races in the Lanarkshire fed, against the following entries:
1st fed 4,607 birds 1st fed 1,425 birds 1st fed 3,460 birds 1st fed 8,593 birds 1st fed 5,318 birds 1st fed 5,198 birds 1st fed 2,983 birds 1st fed 6,815 birds 1st fed 7,000 birds 1st fed 7,491 birds 1st fed 9,946 birds 1st fed 4,644 birds 1st fed 9,738 birds 1st fed 7,306 birds 1st fed 2,183 birds 1st fed 3,352 birds 1st fed 3,412 birds 1st fed 6,474 birds 1st fed 10,592 birds 1st fed 5,122 birds 1st fed 7,416 birds 1st fed 7,332 birds 1st fed 2,518 birds 1st fed 5,902 birds 1st fed 8,689 birds 1st fed 6,387 birds 1st fed 8,040 birds 1st fed 8,164 birds 1st fed 9,171 birds 1st fed 6,058 birds 1st fed 8,605 birds 1st fed 4,394 birds 1st fed 2,314 birds 1st fed 5,902 birds 1st fed 4,082 birds 1st fed 2,678 birds 1st fed 6,370 birds 1st fed 6,265 birds 1st fed 1,068 birds
The above 39 races in which children or grandchildren of The Dream Pair have come to top the Fed are detailed as follows:
27.08.00 SU00L24069 son 3rd fed 4,609 birds ( 1 - 4 in fed ) 01.09.01 SU01L21444 dtr 3rd fed 3,460 birds ( 1 - 9 in fed ) 01.09.01 SU01L21510 dtr 4th fed 3,460 birds ( 1 - 9 in fed ) 01.07.02 SU01L21464 son 1st fed 5,138 birds 15.07.02 SU01L21444 dtr 2nd fed 2,983 birds ( 1 - 2 in fed ) 17.08.02 SU02L19132 dtr 1st fed 7,011 birds ( 1 - 6 in fed ) 03.05.03 SU02L20242 g. son 2nd fed 9,946 birds ( 1 - 5 in fed ) 03.05.03 SU02L21447 g. son 3rd fed 9,946 birds ( 1 - 5 in fed ) 03.05.03 SU02L19124 g. dtr 4th fed 9,946 birds ( 1 - 5 in fed ) 10.05.03 SU02L19115 g. son 2nd fed 9,738 birds ( 1 - 12 in fed ) 10.05.03 SU02L19120 g. son 4th fed 9,738 birds ( 1 - 12 in fed ) 10.05.03 SU02L19106 g. son 5th fed 9.738 birds ( 1 - 12 in fed ) 10.05.03 SU02L19131 g. son 6th fed 9.738 birds ( 1 - 12 in fed ) 10.05.03 SU02L19111 g. son 7th fed 9738 birds ( 1 - 12 in fed ) 10.05.03 SU02L19088 son 8th fed 9738 birds ( 1 - 12 in fed ) 10.05.03 SU02L20242 g. son 9th fed 9.738 birds ( 1 - 12 in fed ) 10.05.03 SU02L19124 g. dtr 10th fed 9.738 birds ( 1 - 12 in fed ) 07.06.03 SU02L19133 dtr 1st open 2.183 birds ( 1 - 2 in open ) 07.06.03 SU02L19115 g. son 2nd open 2.183 birds ( 1 - 2 in open ) 14.06.03 SU02L19122 g. son 1st fed 3412 birds 23.08.03 SU03L12536 g. son 2nd fed 10,592 birds ( 1 - 6 in fed ) 23.08.03 SU03L12563 g. son 3rd fed 10,592 birds ( 1 - 6 in fed ) 23.08.03 SU03L12556 g. son 6th fed 10,592 birds ( 1 - 6 in fed ) 22.05.04 SU03L12501 g. son 1st fed 7,416 birds 12.06.04 SU03L12474 son 1st fed 8,689 birds 06.08.05 SU05L2722 g. son 2nd fed 9,171 birds ( 1 - 4 in fed ) 20.08.05 SU05L2720 g. son 2nd fed 8,605 birds ( 1 - 4 in fed ) 17.06.06 SU03L12501 g. son 1st fed 1,425 birds ( 1 - 2 in fed ) 17.06.06 SU05L2746 g. dtr 2nd fed 1,425 birds ( 1 - 2 in fed ) 05.05.07 SU06L8807 g. dtr 4th fed 8,593 birds ( 1 - 7 in fed ) 05.05.07 SU05L2765 g. son 5th fed 8.593 birds ( 1 - 7 in fed ) 26.05.07 SU03L12474 son 2nd fed 5,198 birds ( 1 - 8 in fed ) 26.05.07 SU06L8807 g. dtr 6th fed 5,198 birds ( 1 - 8 in fed ) 28.07.07 SU07L6819 g. dtr 5th fed 6,185 birds ( 1 - 6 in fed ) 25.08.07 SU07L6814 g. son 5th fed 7,491 birds ( 1 - 5 in fed ) 01.09.07 SU07L6880 g. son 3rd fed 4,644 birds ( 1 - 4 in fed ) 01.09.07 SU07L6850 g. son 4th fed 4,644 birds ( 1 - 4 in fed ) 31.05.08 SU05L2716 son 1st fed 3,352 birds ( 1 - 3 in fed ) 02.08.08 SU08L3090 g. son 2nd fed 6,474 birds ( 1 - 4 in fed ) 09.08.08 SU08L3090 g. son 3rd fed 5,122 birds ( 1 - 4 in fed ) 09.05.09 SU08L3058 g. son 1st fed 7,332 birds ( 1 - 4 in fed ) 09.05.09 SU08L3090 g. son 3rd fed 7,332 birds ( 1 - 4 in fed ) 30.05.09 SU08L3241 g. son 5th fed 5,902 birds ( 1 - 7 in fed ) 30.05.09 SU08L3058 g. son 6th fed 5,902 birds ( 1 - 7 in fed ) 25.07.09 SU09L3020 g. son 2nd fed 6,387 birds ( 1 - 8 in fed ) 25.07.09 SU09L1970 g. dtr 4th fed 6,387 birds ( 1 - 8 in fed ) 25.07.09 SU09L1969 g. dtr 8th fed 6,387 birds ( 1 - 8 in fed ) 15.08.09 SU09L1967 g. dtr 3rd fed 6058 birds ( 1 - 5 in fed ) 15.08.09 SU09L1933 g. son 4th fed 6,058 birds ( 1 - 5 in fed ) 22.08.09 SU09L1952 g. son 1st fed 4,394 birds 22.08.09 SU09L1952 g. son 1st open 1,987 birds 24.04.10 SU09L1933 g. son 3rd fed 7,306 birds ( 1 - 4 in fed ) 21.08.10 SU10L656 g. son 7th fed 2,314 birds ( 1 - 7 in fed ) 21.08.10 SU10L656 g. son 7th open 1,094 birds ( 1 - 7 in open ) 21.05.11 SU10L679 g. son 3rd fed 5,902 birds ( 1 - 3 in fed ) 28.05.11 SU10L664 g. son 1st fed 4,082 birds ( 1 - 5 in fed ) 28.05.11 SU10 L754 g. son 2nd fed 4,082 birds ( 1 - 5 in fed ) 25.06.11 SU10L681 g. son 3rd fed 2,678 birds ( 1 - 3 in fed ) 30.07.11 SU11L14918 g. dtr 1st fed 6,370 birds ( 1 - 2 in fed ) 30.07.11 SU11L15006 g. son 2nd fed 6,370 birds ( 1 - 2 in fed ) 12.05.12 SU11L15005 g. dtr 1st fed 6,265 birds ( 1 - 2 in fed ) 12.05.12 SU11L15005 g. son 2nd fed 6,265 birds ( 1 - 2 in fed ) 24.06.12 SU11L15068 g. son 1st fed 1,068 birds
Children and grandchildren of The Dream Pair have won over 300 federation prizes for G.W. & P Macaloney over the last 12 seasons, they are also grandparents to 2 X 1st Open Scottish National Flying Club winners, 1 X 1st Open Scottish Central Combine winner the 2012 S.H.U. 300 mile award winner and great grandparents to a 1st Open Grampian Combine winner and a further 1st Open Scottish Central Combine winner.
The Dream Pair are parents to one of the most consistent birds we have ever raced, the Amal Cock winner of:
1st sect 1st open Strathclyde Amal 7,000 birds 1st sect 1st open fed 8,689 birds 1st sect 1st open fed 2,518 birds 2nd sect 2nd open fed 5,198 birds 2nd sect 2nd open fed 1,238 birds 3rd sect 3rd open fed 2,245 birds 3rd sect 6th open fed 9,642 birds 3rd sect 11th open fed 8,121 birds 4th sect 10th open fed 1,970 birds 12th sect 42nd open fed 2,639 birds 13th sect 26th open fed 7,820 birds
The Amal Cock has also turned out to be an outstanding producer as he is sire to 1st fed 8,605 birds, 1st fed 6,387 birds and joint 1st fed 6,387 birds when his 2 daughters arrived with 4 other loft mates to claim the 1st six positions in the federation.
We have 7 generations of winners reported to us down from our Dream Pair from lofts all over the UK and their blood can be found in the following outstanding producers and racers:
Roy Seaton’s Mari-Mac 1st open S.N.F.C. (Her sire is a direct son of the Dream Pair) Roy Seaton’s Jimmy-Mac 1st open S.N.F.C. (His sire is a direct son of the Dream Pair) Hamish Ferguson’s 1st open Scottish Central Combine His grandfather is a direct son of the Dream Pair) Tuck Hilly’s 1st open Scottish Central Combine (His mother is a direct daughter of the Dream Pair) Telfor & Beatie’s 1st open Grampian Combine (Her grandfather is a direct son of the Dream Pair) Ian Cameron’s Young-Mac 1st 2nd 3rd 7th Section in the M.N.F.C. (Her grandfather is a direct son of the Dream Pair) John McFall’s Little Pied dam, g-dam, gg-dam of 1st fed winners (Her grandfather is Janefield Stevie a direct son of the Dream Pair John McFall’s Hat Trick 3 x 1st fed (Her dam is the Little Pied bred down from Janefield Stevie) Alex Blyth’s Dura 1st West Section S.N.F.C. (His dam is a direct daughter of the Amal Cock) Billy King’s Countdown 1st section 1st fed Eastbourne (His sire is Dura a grandson of the Amal Cock)
Offspring of The Dream Pair are winning all over the UK at Club, Fed, Combine, Amalgamation and National level. Over the last decade The Dream Pair must be considered one of the best pairs of producers in the Europe