These five photographs are of a pair of red Heitzman Sions which were bred by Robbie Robbins will be mated together and used as a breeding pair in 2017 for the No Sweat Lofts. The brick red cock is banded, AU-2016-KY-180 and was bred for stock. He is out of a black splash cock who is the son of one of the finest long- distance racers which won three long-distance COMBINE RACES back to back three weeks in a row. And his mother is a brick red hen bred straight from "THE RED PAIR." 180 is a medium- small sized pigeon with exceptional "slick" feathering, very typical of this particular linage of superior, long-distance Sions which the No Sweat Lofts are developing within their own Heitzman Sion strain. The light red check hen is AU-2014-KY-187; she is a direct daughter of "HARD CORE" SBC, 600 Miles as a YOUNG BIRD and "LONGWINGS," Blue Check Hen, 600 Miles as a YOUNG BIRD. 187 flew 500 as a YOUNG BIRD and is a full sister to the light red check hen which is the hen in "THE RED PAIR." The No Sweat Lofts will be expecting great long-distance young birds in 2017 coming from this mating. These two pigeons classically typify the exact kind of new -looking Sions which are now being created by the NO SWEAT LOFTS. Note their easily recognizable and very distinct type which this family presents. In 2017, the No Sweat Lofts are expecting to breed as many as 100 of these young birds which will be of this family and likely 50 or more will be brick reds in color; they will be so amazingly so close in appearance as to appear if they all were cut from the same cookie cutter. Withing this blood lies the finest long-distance YOUNG BIRDS in North America.
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