AK film, Red Dog-Tally

Eller «Red Dog» var vel egentlig en AK/ACD mix. Hentet fra Wiki:

Red Dog (1971 – November 20, 1979) was a Kelpie/Cattle dog cross which was well-known for his travels through Western Australia‘sPilbara region. There is a statue in his memory in Dampier, which is one of the towns to which he often returned.[1][2] He is frequently referred to as a «Red Kelpie»[3] or a «Red Cloud Kelpie», although no such breeds exist.[4]

Red Dog is believed to have been born in the town of Paraburdoo in 1971[5] and had a variety of names to those who knew him, including: Bluey, Tally Ho, and Dog of the Northwest.[6] Tally Ho was his first name, given to him by a man called Colonel Cummings, who is believed to have been his first owner and the one who brought him to Dampier. The nickname «Red Dog» has been attributed to the red dirt of the Pilbara Region. His second owner was John Stazzonelli, a truck driver with Hamersley Iron, whose work allowed Red to travel as far asPerthBroomeRoebournePoint Samson and Port Hedland.[7]

Following John’s death in 1975, Red spent a lot of time traveling on his own although he was taken in by many members of the community and a veterinarian who treated him.[6] Red was made a member of the Dampier Salts Sport and Social Club and the Transport Union. He was also given a bank account with Wales Bank, which is said to have used him as a mascot and sales tool with the slogan, «If Red banks at the Wales, then you can too».[6] Although he had many friends, it is believed that his death in 1979 was caused by deliberate strychnine poisoning. Red is buried in an unmarked grave somewhere between Dampier and Karratha.[8]

Soon after Red’s death, Australian Author Nancy Gillespie wrote and compiled anecdotes and poetry written by several people of the Pilbara region for her book, Red Dog,[9] as did Beverly Duckett in her 1993 book, Red Dog : the Pilbara wanderer.Red Dog’s story and statue have caught the attention of a number of people passing through Dampier includingBritish author Louis de Bernières, who was inspired to write a book loosely based on Red’s legend, Red Dog.[11]Four-wheel drive club has been named in his honor.

Det der er vel en «must have» film for AK folk iallefall 😀 Har ikke lest det før jeg, og beit meg tak i at «Red Dog» bla har blitt kalt «Tally». Litt kult egentlig!

Vi har faktisk trent pittelitt i dag også. For Blaze ble det fvf imellom kjegler med mye motivasjon for å holde fokus på meg og ikke kjeglene. En innkalling, en rute sending som gikk kanon bra i dag!! Med fart og rett inn i ruta 

Talli fikk trene ligg og bli, som om jeg skulle ta en innkalling. Så terpet vi en god stund med fvf fram mot fremmadsending, med en og annen fremmadsending innimellom.

Avsluttet med en fvf økt mellom kjegler på Blaze igjen.

Deilig med vår, som jeg håper blir, og jeg endelig får benyttet meg ordenglig av treningsområdene som fins helt innenfor gå/tur avstand 😀

En kommentar om “AK film, Red Dog-Tally

Legg igjen en kommentar

Fyll inn i feltene under, eller klikk på et ikon for å logge inn:

WordPress.com-logo

Du kommenterer med bruk av din WordPress.com konto. Logg ut /  Endre )

Google+-bilde

Du kommenterer med bruk av din Google+ konto. Logg ut /  Endre )

Twitter-bilde

Du kommenterer med bruk av din Twitter konto. Logg ut /  Endre )

Facebookbilde

Du kommenterer med bruk av din Facebook konto. Logg ut /  Endre )

Kobler til %s