Explore Rizalino Manipor’s board “bloodlines” on Pinterest. | See more ideas about Game fowl, Hens and Chicken breeds. Very brainy and hardy, these chickens use an off-beat fighting style which twits the aggressive American type of gamefowl. Accurate body hitters and smart. Grey Fighting Style In most gamefowl fights in the past, the ‘Texas’ or the red gamefowl, often an imported American bloodline or cross was the llamado in.

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Gamefowl Circuit readers always want to know how each bloodline fights, and how each may match up against each other. Most gamefowl breeders won’t even tell you which rooster bests another because each pit fight is different and the odds are always even. Some underrated breeds have lucky come from behind wins and they really occur over even the winningest gamefowl. But knowing how each bloodline fights gives you a heads-up on what you might want to breed or how you may enjoy gamefowp entertainment when you go to your next pit fight.

Coming dark-legged, dark-eyed and with characteristic black and burgundy feathering, the only weakness of this strain is a seeming lack of gameness and stamina. Many breeders have overcome blooodlines with infusions with the Asil and other strong birds. In the drag fight, the infused Brown Reds are defensive and very calculating which is uncharacteristic of a typical Brown Red.

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If you want a fast killer to add to your breed, gamdfowl Brown Red is ideal. This is the old Duke Hulsey breed from the 70s that the legendary Paeng Araneta and a few Bacolod breeders have bred into a champion fighter. Originally sired from the Hatch-Butcher-Claret blends of the late Duke Hulsey, Paeng created subfamilies from the original stocks.

A medium stationed gamefowl known for its smart fighting style, and an offbeat sense of timing where it catches its opponent off-guard with powerful single stroke killing hits. It is known as a vertical flyer, and is known to sidestep and counterattack.

Some say it lacks gameness but crosses with Albanies, Kelsos and Sweaters have made it a modern gamefowl killer to reckon with.

The Claret is one of those pure stock bloodlines that the Old-Guard-of-Sabungeros love to rely on as base pure broodstock that can match up with ANY gamefowl as a fighting cock when it comes to deadly cutting. Clarets come straight combs, black breasted and have wine red feathers hence their name. They also possess wings and tails that have white streaks and are usually white legged. Clarets are very accurate cutters, fast and clever. They are also known to break high, and possess deep game.

As bloodlknes fighters they are very clever; fighting with hard hitting single strokes. Clarets are very aggressive in the pit. They are one of the few straight pure breeds that can go head to head with the swarming Sweater. Roundhead Considered an Asian fowl rather than an American breed because of its bloodlknes, Roundheads have black spurs and are peacombs. They come ether yellow legged or white legged and have red eyed and pale yellow hackles.

The gamefowl are medium to high stationed with an average weight of 2 to 2.

Roundheads are smart fighters with weaving abilities or the often prized evasion trait of side-stepping because of their natural agility. They are also very aggressive, gamerowl superbly fast cutters. Roundheads are known to possess devastating leg power and are characteristically flyers that break high. They cross well with Clarets, Butchers, Greys, and of course, Hatches.

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Roundheads are rather tricky to condition because they tend to mature or peak bpoodlines as stags, so you must fight your best bird according to its state of readiness. Regarded as the most beautiful gamecock of its time, and even today the Whitehackles is a classic base gamefowl that is favored for breeding strong hitting fighters.


Whitehackes have nice broad shoulders, compact build and heavy plumage. Whitehackles have an average weight of 2 to 2. They are also as beautiful when seen fighting in the pit. The Whitehackles are regarded as a ring generals, fighting tactically and engaging its enemy from any position available due to their agility and shiftiness.

As strong and power-hitting gamefowl, the birds also have deadly cutting strokes and evade harm by breaking high. They can last a drag fight having deep game as well as bloodlinnes smarts. The most sought after strain is the Kearney Whitehackle and the Morgan Whitehackle. The Talisayin or off-color rooster to ga,efowl sabungero fans is the Grey.

Grey roosters are straight combed and medium stationed which have silver hackles and saddle feathers, and either black or grey speckle breasted. Talisayin used to be regarded as an aberration or dehado when matched up with any red rooster or ‘Texas.

Greys are aggressive and hard hitting game cocks that are as deadly as any red rooster in cutting and gameness. Highly prized in South Asia as the perfect rooster bloodline and even a revered icon of Indian mythology, the Asil breed was sourced from the countries India and Pakistan. The Asil is pea-combed, has short feathers, is black and red, has yellowish-white skin and yellow legs, it has broad shoulders and a short beak, and very prominent wings.

Due to its heavy build from 4lbs up to 6lbs, the Asil is a very hard hitting rooster and can maim an opponent just on bare heels alone. This gamefowl is tops among the so called Black gamefowl.

A rooster with a smart counter-attacking style that is offbeat, yet on its own it has produced one of the most popular and successful fighting fowl in long-knife slasher fighting that was popular in the U. The McRae is one of the cross components of the new and devastating Vertical Sweater from the Blackwater farm of the Nesmiths to give the breed tactical smarts in fighting and speed as well because Sweaters are known to never back down from any opponent and sometimes rush headlong into opponents’ counter-attack or shuffling blade kicks.

Radios are very aggressive fighters, and this is often both their advantage and their blooldines knell. As Johnny Jumper says, they aren’t very smart fighters because they have gamefiwl one direction–forward for the kill, win or lose. If the opponent is a superior fighter they lunge into the knife and die instantly. But more often than not.

Radios get the first hit because of their sheer aggressiveness. Sometime in the 80s and 90s, Radios put together a winning streak so admired because the birds won in fast fashion for their aggressive nature. Nowadays, compared with modern gamefowl, the Radio is a tad slower so breeding with a smart and speedier bloodline famefowl help improve its fighting chances in the pit. As a Whitehackle and Kelso hybrid, the Radio has a tendency to cut too much.

After fighting in the pit they either leave very injured from too much shuffling or clean and alive because Radios can win super fast against unwary offbeat gamefowl.

Radios can break high with the mortal slash, when their opponent is down the Radio is too fast with multi-shuffling hits on top of its enemy. The Radio has a medium-high station.

Typewriters fight high in the air and break high too. They can shuffle hit in the air and also on the ground without a bill hold.


The Blue stags and cocks are serious dead game. The Judge a popular American breeder lucked out on breeding them off the Phil Marsh line and Oakley Blues, when these gamefowl were still at the top bloovlines their game.

After all these years, the Typewriters still retain their traits as the best among the Blues. They were notorious for being ‘one round or first buckle killer’ fighting birds being as deadly as they were.

View the Digital Bloovlines click here past issues. Sweater The Sweater is that winning breed that brawls its opponents into submission.

They have excellent gameness and power that their bloodlinse attacks simply overwhelm their opponent. Sweaters used to lack endurance, but infusions into their bloodline made them the most feared opponents they are today. In bloodlnes air they are a match with almost any air slashing fighter but on the ground, they literally trample their opponents to submission.

They have very long feathers, especially at gamecowl tail. They are red breasted and are yellow legged. Another outstanding fast cutting Black gamefowl in a class all gameflwl own. Often sought on its own as a pure stock battlefowl by fight aficionados who prefer Black fighters.

Some say that among gamefowl pit fighters, Once you go Black, you don’t go back. Same gamefowl traits as the McRaes as black pit fighters go. This gamefowl is one amazing cutter, possessing deep game too. The Reb Williamson Albany is a power hitting rooster that is very active in the ring. The straight comb Albany is said to be the smarter fighter because it waits for its opponent to make the first move before it reacts, either evading by ducking under the airborne charge blodolines making a counterattack before the enemy rooster can connect.

They are said to be the perfect cross for the Lemon and the Kelso. To make fighting instincts keener for a counter-attacking style gamefowl. Pierce Wisconsin Red Shuffler.

At any rate, Sweater and Gameofwl. So Sweater tried various crosses with those “damned blue face chickens. Mixing these with his other bloodlines developed the Blueface as we know it today. When modern gamefowl became faster, a pure McLean Hatch became less of a threat, and they are now considered at gaamefowl disadvantage if fought pure. Bloodines value today is as base stock or to produce battle cocks infused with the ‘straight stuff’ Hatch traits: While the first McLean Hatches did not win all the time, they were admired by many for their aggressive, no-holds barred attitude and suicide attack mode.

Brassback fowl do not run from a fight, even with a broken wing or leg or a blinded eye, they will chase their opponent until they kill it, even in a drag fight.

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Sometimes, this fighting spirit is what bloodlinds a Brassback and lets it pull off a win in spite of injuries sustained during a fight. They can outlast even modern gamefowl opponents. Despite being extremely hostile to other roosters, Brassback are very tame with humans and are gentle and very easy to handle and train.

Eerie looking because of the feathers on its face, the Muff is known for its aggressive gamefolw fighting style. Muffs throw a barrage of blows with no let up or bill hold. Although low-stationed, Muffs have an unerring sense of accuracy when it comes to the cutting department. Basically red in color, they come yellow-legged and pea-combed. Follow Us Facebook Twitter.