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Racing Pigeon Pictorial International No 526 Contents
We start this month with the concluding part of Gareth Watkins marathon series of articles, with the father and son partnership that many believe to be amongst the finest exponents of long distance racing in the UK. John & Spencer Nicholson of Rochester in Kent who’s marathon team of racers are described by Gareth as simply second to none.
Ponderosa UK Stud in Weymouth is a name iconic to the pigeon fraternity all over the world. Keith Mott takes a look at how Tony and Mary have settled in to their new complex, the pigeons housed and the variety of onsite facilities available.
Terry Mallett is the subject of Sandra Williams article this month. Terry has been a top administrator and top fancier over many years and his work is appreciated by many. Here Sandra gives Terry some well deserved and well overdue recognition.
Mr & Mrs Geoff Kirkland of Longdon are simply One of the British all time greats. Mike Lakin takes a look at the incredible pigeon racing career, the pigeons that have achieved some of the finest performances recorded and the fanciers behind this deserved heading.
Norman Renton from Foulden was winner of SNRPC Reims 2013. Billy Wortley takes a look at the achievement of a fancier who realised a long held ambition of winning the Scottish National RPC Blue Riband and his involvement in pigeons since a schoolboy.
Mark Shepherd of Plympton near Plymouth and his amazing yearling racer the Durham Dazzler is the subject of this article by Gareth Watkins. Gareth takes a look at this fancier who is relatively new to the sport and a pigeon that was only having its third race of its life.