Hall of Champions

Hall of Champions
If you are the owner of a champion bird and believe your bird deserves recognition for it’s wins…
email us including a photograph of the bird, it’s strain or bloodlines and it’s winning results
and we will display your champion bird for you in the
Hall of Champions – reynoldshomer@aol.com
Hall of True Pigeon Champions …
 Hall of True Pigeon Champions … Hall of True Pigeon Champions … 
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” Ron Ville Millennium Superstar”
Probably the best sprint pigeon in the world! 
1st Open 22,585 birds (Nenagh) in Ireland
1st Open 22,889 birds (Mallow) in Ireland
1st Open 23,767 birds (Tramore) in Ireland
2nd Open 24,105 birds (Wexford) in Ireland (beaten by two loft mates)
16th Open 20,699 birds (Arklow) in Ireland Other open positions were also won by champion Ron-Ville-Millennium Superstar.

Winning four R.P.R.A. awards in one season racing as follows:
1st R.P.R.A. Irish region 0 – 250 miles sprint champion;
1st R.P.R.A. Irish region Any Distance Champion;
1st R.P.R.A. National 0 – 250 miles champion (United Kingdom);
1st R.P.R.A. National Any distance champion (United Kingdom).
Ron- Ville-Millennium Superstar also won the Selby Thomas Trophy for the 0 – 250 national sprint champion of the United Kingdom and the Tony Comwall trophy for the Any distance National champion of the United Kingdom.

The 3 x 1st Opens won by Ron- Ville-Millennium Superstar were won three weeks in a row from three different race points.

No other pigeon in the history of the N.I.P.A. has ever won the open three times, never mind three in a row. What a champion!

Mr Ronnie Williamson of Northern Ireland

 

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Champion Scarecrow


“Champion Scarecrow”
Winner of 3 x 1st NIPA Opens
6 x R.P.R.A. Awards

Donnelly Brothers – Newry City Invitation
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Leprechaun


Staf Van Reet
” Leprechaun -11 X 1st “
11x1st, 3000-5000 birds
3rd 26,404 – birds
5th 27,181 – birds
14th 24,349 – birds
19th 4,221 – birds
41st 24,357 – birds

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” Murrays Dream ”
IHU 93 N 36633

1994 2nd club, 7th South Down Fed. Penzance Yearling National 286 miles
1995 1st club, 3rd South Down Fed. 13th Open EDC Dinard (France) 422miles
1996 2nd club, 2nd South Down Fed. 23” Open INFC Old Bird National Rennes (France) 460miles vel. 924ypm 1067 members sent 2954 birds
1997 1st club, 1st South Down Fed. 19th Open INFC Old Bird National St. Nazaire (France) 505 miles vel. 733ypm 728 members sent 1901 birds.
1998 1st club, 1st South Down Fed, 1st Open INFC Old Bird National Rennes (France) 46Omiles vel. 887ypm 887 members sent 2386 birds.

A. Murray & Son
13/14 Church Avenue,
Dundrum,
County Down, N. Ireland

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” Independant Ranger ”
Winner of the INFC Kings Cup in 1986

Irish National Flying Club
1st Section, 1st Open in the Old Bird National race from Les Landes
winning The King’s Cup which is the dream of any pigeon fancier in Ireland
or any other country in the world.

Alan Darragh
N. Ireland

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” Nancy” and “Tiny”
Winners of the INFC Kings Cup
1982 Le Sables Joe Doheney, Dublin Vel 914
2002 Redon J Doheny Malahide & Dist. Vel 913.

Irish National Flying Club
Joe Doheny of Dublin won the Irish National Open twice. First in 1982 when he was awarded the much sought after King’s Cup from Le Sables, France, and again recapturing that trophy in 2002 from Redon, France.
Nancy was a five-year-old red hen raced very lightly before the National.
In 2002 National from Redon his blue bar known as Tiny

Joe Doheny
Dublin

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