A book crammed with captivating advice from one of the sportï¾’s all time greats.
Not a diary, but a book crammed with captivating advice from one of the sportï¾’s all time greats.
J. Gallez wrote of him, ï¾“John Lambrechts was one of the greatest, top figures in the post-war history of pigeon racing. He expected his birds to perform ï¾‘or elseï¾’ and his entire approach was geared to just one goal - top efficiencyï¾”.
THE BOOK - Introduction - The Way to Improve a Strain - A Healthy Loft is the Basis of Success - Bad Lofts in Adverse Seasons - What Qualities must a Pigeon have - Without Health, Nothing can be Attained - The Racing Season Approaches - Success Depends on the Breed - Importance of Breeding - Champions are Born Out of Crossing - Crack Pigeons are Not born Every Year - Breeding Out of Yearlings - Winter Care is Important too - The Wing is Not the only thing that Counts - Flight Feathers - Feeding widowers - No Problem - Bringing Widowers into Condition - and much much more