THE # 1 BLOODLINE AND THE ROOTS
Tombstone Bolio Redboy Jocko Honeybunch
I am taking you on a historical trip of the best and ultimate bloodlines. Some Master breeder decision moments shape out journey. This is where most people failed, the very start.
The world of American Pit Bull Terriers is shaped by the choices made by elite dogmen, creators, and breeders. These titles are hard to earn, and as a thumb rule, most people who claim to be dogmen are not. It’s gotten so bad that in 2010, I made a T-shirt that said, “I am not a DOGMAN, I’M Chico Lopez.” This is because nothing happens at an elite level where the breed is created and grows without the elite dogmen.
The best heritage of the breed is made up of those men and those elite dogs that create bloodlines. For years, bloodlines were shared among approved friends, but later they became more commercial and anyone could have access. Those bloodlines became so big that a single stud would have many females, and the puppies born from those matings became members of the breeding program.
One of the biggest problems is that people without knowledge or a gift for breeding would water down a bloodline and still use the name of the bloodline to cloud chase the bloodline or the breeder. Every decade brings new changes, so the perfect storm happens when you have a bloodline with healthy progress and healthy members in the bloodline.
Some bloodlines cross into each other and make great dogs, but this has its own science behind the breeding decision. Some crosses work for a short time, and it is a complex topic that I want to explore in depth, but it may be confusing for some readers.
It is important to understand that the American Pit Bull Terrier is not just any dog. It is a breed that has a rich history and a unique set of traits that make it stand out. Unfortunately, this breed has gotten a bad reputation due to people breeding fake pitbulls who are aggressive and give the original APBT a bad rap.
It is crucial to find a reputable breeder who has experience and knowledge in breeding the real American Pit Bull Terrier. These breeders prioritize genetic testing and responsible breeding practices, which ensure that the puppies are healthy and well-behaved.
The process of “best to best” is essential in creating healthy dogs with desirable behavior traits. This process involves breeding two dogs with excellent traits and genetics to produce puppies with even better traits. It is a slow process, but it ensures that the breed remains healthy and strong.
One of the unique traits of the American Pit Bull Terrier is their epigenetics. These are changes that occur in the genes that are passed down from one generation to the next. This means that the experiences that a dog has can affect their offspring, making it crucial to treat your dog well and ensure that they have positive experiences.
The American Pit Bull Terrier is also known as the “nanny dog” because of their loyalty and affection towards children. They are incredibly loyal and protective of their families, making them excellent pets for those who want a loving and devoted companion.
the American Pit Bull Terrier is a unique breed that deserves our respect and understanding. To ensure that this breed remains healthy and strong, it is crucial to find a reputable breeder who prioritizes genetic testing and responsible breeding practices. The process of “best to best” and understanding the importance of epigenetics is also essential. The American Pit Bull Terrier is not just any dog; it is a breed with a rich history and a unique set of traits that make them stand out as one of the best pets you can own.
The best crosses resulted in the creation of new bloodlines when they were rich in members who shined. The golden era of American Pit Bull Terrier development was from 1950 to 1996, and from 1990 to today with me and my bloodline, The Golden Vein, which is the apex of the breed.
Starting my Golden Vein bloodline was a truly epic process, and I am proud that I avoided years of being lost by taking the advice of other experts in the field. Today, I recently spoke with a 62-year-old man who had a heart attack and wanted a dog from me. He told me about his life in dogs, and I replied that I was happy he was alive, but I couldn’t sell him a dog because his process was only about pedigrees and local stories, while my process is only about the best.
It’s important to understand that the elite dogmen and breeders play a vital role in shaping the world of the American Pit Bull Terrier. Without them, the breed would be weaker and would eventually vanish. The best heritage of the breed is made up of these elite dogmen and the dogs they create and breed. Bloodlines were originally shared among approved friends, but they later became more commercial and accessible to anyone. This led to problems when people without knowledge or a gift for breeding would dilute the bloodline and still use the name to chase clout.
Every decade brings new changes, and the perfect storm happens when a bloodline has healthy progress and healthy members. Crosses between bloodlines can result in great dogs, but it is a complex topic that may be confusing to some. It’s important to build a community that grows and learns to continue the development of the breed.
As I delved deeper into the world of the American Pit Bull Terrier, I took note of the landscape of the breed at that moment. I studied the dogs of the 1930s and 1950s and observed that by the 1960s, there was a noticeable spike in quality. I came to the realization that the men involved in the breed at that time were different from the so-called “dogmen” today. The culture they practiced had a lot to do with the quality of the breed.
I saw the numbers and the merits, and I knew that the best men were at the top. I wanted to find the best individuals from the selected bloodlines of Tombstone/Bolio, Redboy/Jocko, and Honeybunch. Each of these bloodlines had 10,000 ways to buy them wrong, so I had to be specific in my selection. I knew that I needed to be respected by those men who owned the best, based on my IQ, character, financial capacity, and grit.
So, I went after the best members of Tombstone/Bolio, specifically avoiding Pat Patrick combinations and breeders who claimed to have the purest dogs from a bloodline. I wanted to see great men in the breed. My choice was Hollingsworth by way of Mayday. I earned the respect and friendship of Aycart, and we remain personal friends to this day. I even received a call from the son of Ernest Hollingsworth one day, thanking me for all I’ve done for the breed. It was a cool moment.
When I first saw Buck, I had doubts about him, and I saw that many of his fans were not particularly savvy operators. Instead, they were more like drug dealers and gangsters who wanted to be part of the team. I spoke with Williams Gaston and Carl Mims, as I was also very interested in the Redboy alone combinations. The boys in NYC in 1992 were making a lot of noise about The Smith’s red dogs.
Lastly, the Honeybunch bloodline was a crazy, hard line to work and keep clean. I love that one picture of Yankee Boys Champion Mechanic. All of these factors and experiences helped me to shape the Golden Vein bloodline, which is truly the apex of the breed.
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Tombstone Bolio is a bloodline
Tombstone Bolio is a bloodline that has been well-respected in the American Pit Bull Terrier community for many years. The dogs in this bloodline are known for their strong and powerful builds, as well as their tenacity and loyalty.
The Tombstone Bolio bloodline was created through a cross between two other well-known bloodlines, the Tombstone and Bolio bloodlines. The Tombstone bloodline was originally created by Maurice Carver, one of the most well-known and respected dogmen in the history of the breed. The Bolio bloodline was created by a breeder named Maurice Antonio, who was known for producing dogs with incredible athleticism and strength.
When the Tombstone and Bolio bloodlines were crossed, the resulting dogs were impressive in every way. They were strong and muscular, with incredible endurance and stamina. They were also fiercely loyal and protective, making them excellent guard dogs and companions.
The Tombstone Bolio bloodline quickly gained a reputation for producing some of the best fighting dogs in the world. But it’s important to remember that the breed was not created for fighting. The original American Pit Bull Terrier was a working dog, bred for hunting, herding, and protecting livestock. It wasn’t until later that the breed was used for fighting.
Today, the Tombstone Bolio bloodline continues to be respected and admired by many in the APBT community. Breeders who specialize in this bloodline carefully select their breeding dogs, looking for the best qualities of both the Tombstone and Bolio bloodlines. They are also very selective about who they sell their puppies to, ensuring that they go to responsible and knowledgeable owners who will provide them with the care and training they need.
It’s important to note that the American Pit Bull Terrier is not a breed for everyone. They require a lot of exercise and attention, and they need to be trained properly from a young age. But for those who are willing to put in the time and effort, the rewards are endless. The Tombstone Bolio bloodline is just one example of the incredible potential of the American Pit Bull Terrier, and it’s a testament to the hard work and dedication of the breeders who have worked tirelessly to create and preserve this remarkable bloodline.
The Redboy/Jocko bloodline
The Redboy/Jocko bloodline is one of the most legendary in the world of American Pit Bull Terriers. This bloodline originated from the breeding of two champion dogs: Patrick’s Redboy and Coleman’s Jocko. The offspring of this breeding displayed exceptional athleticism, courage, and intelligence. The Redboy/Jocko bloodline quickly became one of the most sought-after bloodlines for serious dogmen and breeders.
Redboy was a standout dog in the world of pit bulls. He was a fierce and determined fighter, yet he also had a gentle and loyal personality with his family. His offspring were known for their athleticism, speed, and tenacity in the pit. Jocko, on the other hand, was known for his intelligence and his ability to read his opponents in the pit. He was also known for his athleticism and his determination to never give up.
When Redboy and Jocko were bred together, the result was a bloodline of dogs that possessed the best traits of both parents. The Redboy/Jocko dogs were known for their athleticism, intelligence, and courage. They were also known for their loyalty and affection towards their owners.
The Redboy/Jocko bloodline has been responsible for producing some of the most legendary dogs in the world of pit bulls. THe builder of this bloodline was Grand champion Yellow ROM . These dogs were dominant in the pit and were feared by their opponents.
However, the success of the Redboy/Jocko bloodline did not come without controversy. Some people accused the breeders of using unethical breeding practices and promoting dog fighting. While it is true that some people have used these dogs for illegal purposes, it is important to note that responsible breeders focus on producing healthy, well-tempered dogs that can be loyal companions and protectors.
The Redboy/Jocko bloodline is an important part of the history of American Pit Bull Terriers. While there may be controversy surrounding the use of these dogs for dog fighting, it is important to recognize that responsible breeders focus on producing healthy, well-tempered dogs that can be loving family pets. If you are interested in owning a Redboy/Jocko dog, make sure to find a reputable breeder who puts the health and temperament of their dogs first.
Disclaimer: The information presented here is for historical purposes only. We do not promote or condone any illegal activity related to dog fighting or any other form of animal cruelty. Our aim is to provide educational content for those who are interested in the history of various dog breeds, including the American Pit Bull Terrier. It is important for all dog owners to be aware of the characteristics and needs of their breed, and to provide the best possible care and training for their pets. We strongly encourage responsible ownership practices, including proper socialization, training, and care for all dogs.
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