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F.Ch. Jingo (dog, liver/white w/tan cheek markings, w: April 14, 1891)

Jingo
"F.Ch. Jingo"
-- "Jingo", image scanned from Field Dog Stud Book, Vol.II, 1902.


Jingo
"F.Ch. Jingo"
-- Image scanned from Field Trial Records of Dogs in America with other Authentic Statistics, 1874 (to July 1) 1907, by Maj. J.M. Taylor, 1907.


Jingo
"F.Ch. Jingo"
-- "Champion Jingo", image scanned from The Modern Pointer by A.F. Hochwalt, 1923.



AKC:
""36,938 Jingo" -- N.T. DePauw, New Albany, Ind. Breeder, E. Dexter, Buzzard's Bay, Mass. Whelped April 14, 1891; liver and white; by "Mainspring", out of "Queen III" by "Pontiac (6270)", out of "Kent's Queen", by "Kent Florist", out of "Kent Bitters"; "Mainspring" by "Mike", out of "Romp", by "Change" [Chang], out of "Romp"; "Mike" by "Bang", out of "Stella" [Sella]." -- AKC Studbook, Vol.XII, 1895


"What the "four aces" were to the Pointers of the early days, what "Croxteth" and "King of Kent" were to a later period, and what "Rip Rap" and "Jingo" were still later, "Alford's John" and "Fishel's Frank" were in the period following the turn of this century." -- The Sportsman's Bookshelf, Volume XIII, Hunting Dogs and Their Uses: The Stackpole Company, Harrisburg, PA, 1951


"This famous son of "Mainspring" and "Queen III" came upon the field trial horizon three seasons later than "Rip Rap". By that time the "King of Kent" - "Hops" cross had become famous, and when "Jingo" made his appearance at field trials the public, or part of it, wondered why Messrs. Dexter and McMurdo should exploit a new cross when they already had a successful one fixed. The public did not realize that in "Jingo" was practically the same blood as in "Rip Rap", only through another combination." -- Hochwalt, 1923


""Jingo's" dam "Queen III", sometimes mentioned in records as "Queen II", was by the imported dog "Pontiac", out of "Kent Queen", who was by "Kent Florest" out of "Kent Bitters", by "Priam" out of "Hops", the dam of "Rip Rap". "Kent Florest" was by "Dick III", out of "Derby's Daisy", who was by "Derby's Drake" out of "Yarboro's Nell" [note -- see "Daisy" below]. "Dick III" was by "Dick I", out of "Belle", a daughter of "old Bounce", while "Dick I" went back to the early Sefton and Statter dogs. "Priam", as is well known, was by "Young Bang" out of "Teal", and was also the sire of "King of Kent", so "Kent Bitters", being out of "Hops", the dam of "Rip Rap", makes her a half-sister to that dam on the dam's side and a half-sister to "King of Kent" on her sire's side, since "Priam" is the dog that begot both "King of Kent" and "Kent Bitters". Now, let us look into the breeding of "Pontiac" the sire of "Queen III". He is by "Milton's Bang II", who is by "Young Bang" out of "Juno", which accordingly makes "Pontiac's" sire a half-brother to "Priam". "Juno" is by "Mike" which makes her a half-sister to "Kent Bitters" on the latter's dam's side. "Juno's" dam is another "Juno" who is by "Hamlet II", a son of "old Hamlet". "Climax", "Pontiac's" dam, was also the dam of "Kent Baby", the dam of "King of Kent"; she is by "Price's Bang" out of "Juno", the same "Juno" that is the dam of "Milton's Bang II". It will be seen from a study of "Jingo's" pedigree that his blood lines are very similar in all their ramifications to those of "Rip Rap", for all through the pedigrees of both we see the names of the same dogs or blood brothers and sisters, very much interwoven; hence it is easy to conceive how both became great dogs and great perpetuators of a long line of winners." -- Hochwalt, 1911


"Daisy"

EKC Gazette June 1884 calls her "Phillip's Daisy" ...

Hochwalt, 1911, calls her "Derby's Daisy", by "Derby's Drake" out of "Yarboro's Nell" ... however, "Derby's Daisy" ("Drake x Nell") was the dam of "Garth's Mite" and pre-1860's ... perhaps a bit too early for this timeline ??? ...

FDSB 1902 Vol.II in "Jingo's Boy" pedigree lists her as "Pure Edge blood" ...


""Jingo" was a white and liver dog with tan cheek markings; a sturdily-built pointer with a fair head, good neck and well-made shoulders, but he was not constructed on bench show lines. He was the workman all over. There was little of the finer finish about him, and yet he was a dog which indicated, from every angle you looked at him, that he was a utility dog. He was a pointer that would catch the eye of the field man at once. In the field he was considered, by competent critics, to be the wisest dog of his time on game. His bird sense, his power of location, and his almost supernatural instincts in seeking out the birdy places, were something marvelous." -- A.F. Hochwalt, 1923, The Modern Pointer


""Jingo" sired 22 field trial winners, eight of them being the result of his matings with "Dot's Pearl", a daughter of "Rip Rap". "Lad of Jingo" was "Jingo's" best producing son, which was the sire of the sensational "Hard Cash", one of the few really great prairie-chicken dogs." -- The Sportsman's Bookshelf, Volume XIII, Hunting Dogs and Their Uses: The Stackpole Company, Harrisburg, PA, 1951






F.Ch. Jingo

F.Ch. Mainspring
(black/white)
Salter's Mike
(liver/white/ticked)
(w: 1873)

Salter's Mike

Price's Bang
(liver/white, gold cheeks)
(w: 1870)

Price's Bang

Coham's Bang
(lemon/white)
Whitehouse's Hamlet
(lemon/white)
(w: 1861)

Whitehouse Hamlet

Postan's Venus
Price's Vesta Brockton's Bounce
(liver/white)
(w: 1861)
Francis' Belle
Miller's Sella
(w: 1868)
Stevenson's Carlo  
 
Miller's Sappho Derby's Drake
Sefton's Sappho
Salter's Romp (black/white, "mottled") Ch. Chang
(black/white)
Brockton's Bounce
(liver/white)
(w: 1861)
Duke of Newcastle's Bounce
Juno
(assume Edge of Strelly line)
Francis' Belle Sancho
Dido
Brackenbury's Romp
(liver/white, mottled with yellow or tanned forelegs)
(w: 1870)
Don  
 
Romp  
 
Queen III
(liver/white)
(w: 1888)
Ch. Pontiac
(liver/white)
(w: 1886)
(Am. Ch. 1895)
Milton Bang II
(liver/white/ticked)
(w: 1882)
Young Bang
(Lowe's)
(liver/white)
(w: 1874)
Price's Bang
(liver/white, gold cheeks)
(w: 1870)

Price's Bang

Davey's Luna
Milton Juno
(Rev. Pooley's)
Hamlet II
Nellie
Price's Climax
(w: 1879)
Price's Bang
(liver/white, gold cheeks)
(w: 1870)

Price's Bang

Coham's Bang
(lemon/white)
Price's Vesta
Two different pedigrees for Climax's mother ... see Price's Climax page  
 
Kent Queen Kent Florist Dick III
(liver/white)
(w: 1880)

Dick III

Barclay Field's Dick
("Dick I")
(liver/white)
(w: 1880)
Belle
Daisy

"Phillip's Daisy" ??? ... "Derby's Daisy" ??? ... "Edge blood" ??? ... see information above about "Daisy"

 
 
Kent Bitters
(w: 1883)
Priam
(liver/white)
(w: 1877)
Young Bang
(Lowe's)
(liver/white)
(w: 1874)
Teal
Hops
(black/white)
(w: 1881)
Salter's Mike
(liver/white/ticked)
(w: 1873)
Salter's Romp
(black/white, "mottled")


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