Mystery Loft Top Shelf Racing Pigeons
Mystery Cock The Story
THE MYSTERY COCK
The Mystery Cock died in 1999 he was a medium sized dark check with a small waddle and perfect round head. His feathering was tight to his apple body. He never had a feather out of place.I have never held another pigeon with softer or more perfect feathering.He was caught in the wild with no band on his legs,But anyone could tell he was a true homer hence the name
"THE MYSTERY COCK"
THE MYSTERY COCK FAMILY
I had him for 10 years mating him to a different hen every year. I was amazed no matter what mate I chose for him yellows,trentons,bricoux,or grizzles the youngsters flew excellent,and as Old Birds were the toughest endurance pigeons in my loft, even today his grandchildren are the 1st ones home on the hard ones. Winner's of 10 club races 500-600m a 1st Combine State Race 500m,2nd Combine on 600 with 25 mile an hour head winds.You can't find tougher pigeons anywhere.With over 100 diplomas and still climbing, his family is the one when the weather turns bad they come through. It is a big part of my long distance team.
BLACK EAGLE / SILVERE TOYE
Versljipe Janssen / Meuleman Family
Delbar / Verslijpe family
Havinith / HVR Family (Kenosha)
CADET, KADET,LIEBLING,TYGER,YOUNG VANDEN BOSCH,THE CULL,COUNTESS, THE 1980's H.HACKEMER-MEULEMANS