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Johnnie Jumper

Possum Sweater

The Possom family came from a good friend of my grandfather, by the name of Carol Nesmith, over 20 years ago. We have maintained this line in respect to blackwater Farm. They are a lemon hackle bird, medium to high station and yellow legged.

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Carol NeSmith, Sweater

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– Gameness (til the End)

Sweater Strain

By Carol NeSmith, Blackwater Farms, Alabama

While complying with the request of my friends in the Philippines, Mexico and here at home, I would like to give some history of the Sweater strain of gamefowl since they came into my possession. The story starts about 49 years ago when I first fell in love with the game fowl. Now I am 60 years old and still, I love game fowl as much or more than I ever have. I have bred, fought, fed, bought, healed and handled cocks of many different strains and crosses and have done (probably) as much breeding experimenting as many man my age. It’s my opinion that there is no “one best strain fowl” and not one best feeder either. There are many of both in class “A” and when you go to a derby nowadays for real money, you are sure to meet both of them. The days of a monopoly in the cocking game has passed away because of money and brains in the cocking game.

I don’t claim to have originated the best strain of pit fowls in the world or even in Alabama, but the fact that Black Water fowl have won the majority of their fights in hard competition and have kept pace with the best of the cocking people for the last 15 – 20 years under all rules and lengths of gaffs and knives in the Philippines and Mexico is very gratifying. For the last six years I have been out of the game and breeding, but my son Chris has had the honor of carrying on the breeding and fighting the Black Water fowl, and may I say he has done a wonderful job. Our fowl passed the experimental stage and have characteristics bred into them. I fell that with our system of breeding we can hold them at their present standard for years to come. We have several breeds of game fowl at Black Water Farms, now I would like to tell you about the Sweater strain and how they came into my hands. For years I attended the fights at Clear Creek and Pumpkin Valley pits in Alabama and saw these Sweater cocks fought by man named Sonny Ware and anybody who is anybody in the cocking game, know this gentleman from Alabama.

Sonny and his father were in the game fowl business all of their lives and have had some of the best bloodlines of game fowl. Sonny and I fought against each other at these pits and I had to ask Sonny for some of these yellow leg Sweaters. Because of the fact that we competed against one another, he would not let me have a drop of Sweater blood.

Then one day several years later, a good friend called me and said he would sell me a trio of the Sweaters because he was getting out of the game fowl business and that Sonny had let him have an old Sweater cock and two hens to breed and he would sell me young trio of these chickens. The mans’ name was Odis Chapell, he said he had to return the cock and hens to Mr. Ware but he had several young chickens out of these and he would sell me a trio of my choice. So I bought a trio of young sweaters and that’s how I came into possession of my first Sweaters.

Odis had other friends that he let have or sold these young Sweaters to. Newton Wade and George Lay were two of them that I know of. Mr. Lay was already known for his Lacy Roundheads and Newton Wade was known for his Albany’s. Both of these people were good friends of mine and in later years I did use some of their Sweaters to infuse into my Sweaters, but let’s get back to the trio I got from Odis.

When I purchased the Sweaters from Odis, he said that Sonny thought that the Sweaters were bred out and could not longer compete in the tough competitions anymore, but the young trio matured into a wonderful looking fowl. The cock, a light red with white streamers in the tail, pea comb and yellow legged and very good station and good conformation with lots of plumage. The hens, a buff and straw color with black trail feathers looking a lot like a Roundhead but with better station and more plumage.

I didn’t want to breed brother and sister, so I sent the Sweater cock to Mr. Brown of Oak Grove Farms to breed to his yellow leg Hatch since at that time I was fighting with Mr. Brown and his son Gene in a partnership. I had the two hens left to breed at my farm and so I went to Mr. Jumper to get something to breed to these two hens. Everyone knows this wonderful gentleman and while I was there Johnny gave me some information about these Sweater chickens. Mr. Jumper said that Sweater McGinnis (from whom these chickens got their name) needed some cocks to fill a main at the pit in Hot Springs, AR. I forgot the year that Mr. Jumper said this main was fought but anyway, he said the late Mr. Harold Brown of Red Fox Farm let Mr. Sweater have or sold him cocks that were half Boston Roundhead and half Mclean Hatch. Some of these were yellow leg and some were green leg.

He said that Harold Brown liked the green legs better and that he let Sweater have the yellow leg ones to fight in the main. Johnny told me that the cocks were sensational when Mr. McGinnis fought them. At that time, all the big time cockers (Mr. Law, Mr. Kelso and Duke) bought one of these cocks for $500.00 each as Mr. Sweater would fight them and bring these cocks out of the pit. He also said the cock that Mr. Kelso had bought was sent to Mr. Cecil Davis to breed to his Kelso hens. At the time, Cecil was breeding a lot for Mr. Kelso and he did what Kelso had ask him to do, but each year he also bred the cock back to his daughters to get back as close as possible to the cock’s side.

That was the Sweater strain that I had got from Sonny. Johnny had some of the Sweaters from Cecil and having been friends with him for years, I got one of these Sweater cocks from him to breed to the hens that were part of the trio that I got from Odis. This was a very beautiful cock and the offspring were very good pit fowl.

I think that this cock from Mr. Jumper contained a little more of the Kelso blood because the offspring came with yellow and white legs. I discarded the white leg pullets and only bred the yellow leg ones.

After breeding the Sweater cock at Mr. Brown in Mississippi, I brought him home to breed the daughter of the Jumper cock. I would like to tell a story about the cock I got from Mr. Jumper. We had a flood in some bottom land where we kept about one hundred cocks. We only lost one as fate would have it; it was the cock from Johnny. I told Mr. Jumper and he knew how upset I was about losing the cock. Mr. Jumper is the closest friend that I have in this cocking game and he understood about how you can lose game fowl in strange ways (that was why I only got to breed that cock one year) After breeding the cock from Odis back to the daughters out of the Johnny cock (I did this each year until they were only 1/8 of the Jumper cock) this is the family of Sweater we call our right outs.

The Odis cock that we bred to the yellow leg Hatch of Mr. Brown was almost unbeatable. We fought these cocks in all the big pits in the circuit, Sunset, Texoma, Clear Creek and all the ones in between. I like the Sweater cock so much that I went back to Odis to find out if he knew which of the hens from Sonny the mother of the cock was so that I could breed this cock back to his mother. Unfortunately, he had not single mated the two hens so he didn’t know which one was the mother. He said that one of the hens had spurs and that he liked that one best. When I went to Sonny’s farm and asked for the spurred hen that Odis had told me about. Sonny already knows about how we were winning with the yellow leg and Sweater crosses. He saw them fight at Clear Creek and I had fought on that and had an impressive fight, he had asked for the cock and I let him have him. I also fought one of my Gilmore Hatch cocks and he won a wonderful battle after having titled, he also asked for this cock and I let him have him, out of friendship, no money involve. He knew he could not refuse me the spurred hen because he owed me a favor for my letting him have the two cocks. Besides I had told every body that the Sweaters I was fighting came from Sonny. Sonny let me have the hen and I bred the son back to his mother (or aunt) not knowing which one she really was. I do know one thing, she was the mother of the possum pullets of our Sweaters and everyone know how good these cock and hen are in the breeding of the Sweaters at Black Water Farm. If you don’t know the story about the possum, I am about to tell it.

When she as a pullet she was very beautiful. She had a high fan tail, very good station and body like a football. We let her run loose on free range at the farm and one day at feeding time, I missed her. Not wanting anything to happen to her, I started to look for her. Bruce Barnett was doing a lot of breeding at Black Water Farm at that time and had been for years. Bruce and I located the possum pullet under a root of a large oak tree. She had stolen a nest off under the root and was setting on her eggs. Not thinking anything would happen to her, we left her there and planned to catch her in a few days and put her in a pen. In a few days we returned to the place where she had been under the root setting. We only found feathers and all her eggs had been eaten by a possum and we thought we had lost her too. A few days later while we were feeding, she showed up with no tail feathers and very badly bitten in her back from the possum. After a little doctoring, she was ok and we put her in a pen. From that time on, the name just stuck we would say “go feed and water the possum hen” We bred her back to her father and the possum side of the Sweater.

I had been breeding these cocks for a few years and fighting them continuously each year. It gradually became apparent to me that they were being bred a bit too close to cope with the rough cocks they were having to meet. It was my experience from the past that because of the fast starting side stepping and phenomenal cutting abilities in the air and on the ground, these cocks could beat most of the cocks they met in the early stage of the battle. I think this was their greatest quality, but in the latter stage of the battle when it came down to give and take, I never thought that they excelled. I was convinced that to stay in the game and to fight down to a “tug of war” they had to have new blood. I made several unsuccessful attempts with this end in view.

I have a very good partner in the Philippines by the name of Nene Abello and Nene is one of the best in the Philippines. Nene and I had already won the World championship in the Philippines and lots of other big derbies with the Sweaters. I told him what I thought and that I was looking for some new blood to put in them. He said when he came to visit the next we would look for something that could help improves the Sweaters. Nene and I were always looking for new blood to improve our strains of gamer fowl. Nene always said that out of all the cockers he know I was the only one that he had met who was always looking for something to improve the stain of game fowl. He thought that I would always have great game fowl because of this. I never let them go to nothing before adding new blood.

On his next trip from the Philippines, we went to see Mr. Ray Hoskins of TX. If anyone has ever been to Ray’s farm they can tell you that he has some very impressive game fowl. He has green leg Hatch which is what I was interested in. All of the chickens at Ray’s farm were in very good health and uniform in every way. I know that Ray was a good breeder and that he never let too may people have any of his bloodlines. If not for Nene I would probable not have gotten any of the yellow leg Hatch, but with Nene being friends with Ray for many years, he agreed to sell me a cock for $500.00 and I bought it.

The yellow leg cock had good station and was black breasted with the same type and color as the Sweaters, but the plumage was longer and much improves. He consisted of very broad feathers and a quill of whale bone toughness. Such plumage enables a chicken to be fought several times during a season. The first crosses were strong, tough and desperately game. I bred back to the Sweater side, fighting and testing them. Each year’s breeding showed improvement over the year before. I kept this up until they were back to type, showing improvement over the year before, showing all the old fighting qualities of the Sweaters, but they were now back with strength and endurance making them more efficient cocks at any stage of the battle. Ray said he got this yellow leg Hatch from a very wealthy man from Chicago and that’s all he told me about them. That was the blood that put the Sweaters back on the map.

In my hands, as well as many of my friends such as: Dink Fair, Ronnie Justise, Jeff Hudspeth, Jerry Atkins, Ray Boles, Bruce Barnett, Charley Abley and many other people, who through friendship or for good money, they have been winning for the past 15 years and are still wining today.

Nene Abello and my son Chis have just won the Work Championship in the Philippines again this year. These Sweaters all come a light orange with pea comb and white streamers in their tails. They have good station and are very good to look at. The hen comes looking like an orange straw or straw and buff color. All have good station and conformation. Sometimes we get a green leg hen but never a green leg cock. For the past six years, my son and Nene have been doing all the honors in the cock house and pits, I consider Nene a fine judge of a cock. He is among the best feeders and I know he is one or the best breeders in the Philippines. He knows what to expect from a cock and if they were not right in every respect he would have found out several years ago and passed them up. He tests almost every loser and they have to be right for him or he has no use for them.

Nene as help Chris and I by selecting brood fowl from the pits that we have sent to him to fight. He lets us know from which mating we have sent him which is performing the best. He has conditioned and fought more of these Sweaters than any one man. He knows them through and through and I just want to say thanks to him for staying a true friend to Black Water Farms. For the last 15-20 years he has never looked for any other fowls. I hope that I have not hurt anyone’s feelings by mentioning their name in this article and I hope I have answered most of the questions about the strain of Sweaters we have at Blackwater Farms. I am very proud of having something to do with this strain of game fowl which has taken over the ads in the magazines and the pits around the world and in keeping them as good as or maybe even better than when I came into possession of the Sweaters.

Sweater Pedigree Table

by Gameness (til the End)

Based on the articles posted on this post

Sweater Crosses

Carol NeSmith and Eugene Brown Sweater Cock

Odis Chappell Sweater Cock

Sonny Ware Sweater Hen

Sonny Ware Yellow Leg Hatch Hen

Eugene Brown

NeSmith Sweater #1

(7/8 cock 1/4 hen or 1/8 of Johnny Cock )

Carol NeSmith Sweater Cock

Odis Chappell Sweater Cock

Sonny Ware Sweater Hen

Sonny Ware Sweater Hen

Carol NeSmith Sweater Cock

Johnny Jumper Sweater Cock

Cecil Davis Sweater Cock

(also see below table and story)

Harold Brown Boston Roundhead

(probably the Sweater bloodline; see below)

Harold Brown McLean Hatch

(probably the Sweater bloodline; see below)

Harold Brown Kelso Hen (infusion)

Walter Kelso Sweater bloodline

(probably infused; see below)

Harold Brown Kelso

Walter Kelso Sweater Hen

Odis Chappell

NeSmith Sweater #2 Possum

Carol NeSmith Sweater Cock

Odis Chappell Sweater Cock

Sonny Ware Sweater Hen

Sonny Ware Sweater Hen (Aunt / Mother)

Sonny Ware

NeSmith Sweater #3

Carol NeSmith NeSmith Sweater #1 and #2

Carol NeSmith Yellow Leg Hatch Cock (infusion)

Ray Hoskins Sweater (infusion)

Newton Wade Sweater

Sonny Ware Albany (infusion)

Newton Wade Sweater (infusion)

George Lay Sweater

Sonny Ware Lacy Roundhead (infusion)

George Lay

Sweater bloodline

Harold Brown Sweater bloodline

Sweater McGinnis Yellow Leg Hatch

Mike Kearney Grey Claret Cross

Sweater McGinnis Grey

E.W. Law Claret

John Madigin McLean Hatch (infusion)

Harold Brown

Marvin Anderson and Sweater Bloodline

from Harold Brown

Marvin Anderson was born 1878 and died in 1976. While serving in the army he became acquainted with Mr. Sanford Hatch from New York. They both were cockers and became friends at this time. This was during WW1 he fought birds in Alabama and Georgia. During these times people that fought birds traveled by wagon trains to southern towns where cockfighting was a weeklong event. They fought their fowl and mains were on there way out. They decided to weigh and fight them in order until one fought his birds out, almost like ten cock hack fights. They served food and stayed all week in the towns and always had some one stay with there birds.

Mr. McGinnis had fowl as well, Harold Brown told me that he had a family of the left nose hatch, given to him by Mr. Mike Kearny, and he crossed them on 1/2 E.W. Law Grey, 1/2 Madigin Clarets, they was as good of fowl that he had. After meeting a young cocker from Alabama named Harold brown they became acquainted. He gave him some fowl none as his sweater left nose greys.

Harold said in the early 40s and early 30s they were greys and bred back to the brother and sister mating they became red, being 1/2 hatch blood 1/4 Claret blood and 1/4 grey the law birds was a dark legged grey blood to start with. I know for a fact I seen some in the early 70s that threw a grey every now and then. Harold also said he gave some of this blood to Mr. Walter Kelso for the Orlando tournament and to meet some persons in a derby at the Augusta tournament.

They where the Sweaters blood. In turn they won both tournaments. Mr. Gilbert Coutua was the feeder from Louisiana, a friend of Harold and Marvin. Marvin was breeding the yellow legged birds from Sanford and Harold kept the ones that was crossed on the Kearny blood and where green legged he got from Theodore McLean, the green legged fowl has more plumage and that’s the ones Harold could sell. Marvin and Harold decided to keep the yellow legged fowl in Alabama, only letting them out to just the local’s -runt camp Scott house-Barnett’s.

In the 60s Harold brown was beating a young cocker from Texas named Joe Goode and his brother. Then became acquainted with a young cocker named Johnny Jumper, he was fascinated with the fowl. Harold talked to Walter and told him to let this young man have some of them birds because he knew he was pretty much a up and coming cocker and Harold and Curtis liked him. They beat him a lot but he had a good show of birds and always took care of the ones that were fought.

Through the years breeding of this cross fowl they all became the color of red roosters light red in color with white in the tails, being a breeder and selecting fowl Harold sold some of these fowl, Carol Nesmith later obtained some of the yellow leg blood from his buddy Bruce Barnett’s older brother. Dink fair got some from Johnny Jumper, and some from Carol Nesmith.

Marvin Anderson told me the make up of those Sweaters were and I believe until this day are mostly the 1/2 yellow legged hatch, 1/4 Madigin Claret, 1/4 E.W. Law Dark Leg Grey. Bred back to the yellow side which would be dominant line and inbreeding like all the old timers done to keep their birds. Most sweaters being a battle cross are all mean unless handled at early stages of their life.

Lịch sử những giòng gà Mỹ (Gà Sweater)

Blackwater Farm Sweater

Sweater Strain

By Carol NeSmith, Blackwater Farms, Alabama

Su Vuong Phỏng dịch

Theo lời yêu cầu của những người bạn ở Phi luật Tân, Mễ tây Cơ và ngay tại quê nhà tôi muốn kể sơ qua về giòng Sweater kể từ lúc nằm trong tay tôi. Câu chuyện cách đây 49 năm khi tôi mới bắt đầu mê gà đá. Giờ đây tôi 60 tuổi, vẫn còn mê gà đá như xưa, vẫn thiết tha như và hơn bao giờ hết. ( * Mấy sư kê ghi sổ để tán gái và nịnh vợ). Tôi tạo giống, đá, nuôi, mua, cột cựa và cầm trong tay nhiều giòng gà khác nhau, pha cũng như rặt, và có lẽ cũng có nhiều kinh nghiệm cản gà nhiều như bất cứ người nào ở lứa tuổi tôi. Tôi nghĩ không giòng gà hay pha trộn nào là hay nhất. Có tất nhiều gà thuộc hạng cao thủ bậc nhất, hạng A ở cả hai loại, giòng và pha, khi ra trươ`ng gà dự thi bằng đồng tiền thật, ngày nay có rất nhiều những cao thủ . Những ngày với những giòng độc quyền ngoài sới đã qua, bởi vì tiền bạc và tim óc đã đưa vào môn chơi.

Tôi không dám nói ga` trại tôi vô địch thế giới, cũng không dám nói ngay cả vô địch bang Alabama, nhưng sự thật là gà trai Black Water đã thắng nhiều giải lớn trong những cuộc tranh tài cam go và đã luôn luôn theo kịp những dân chơi gà bậc nhất trong 15-20 năm qua, cho dù chơi món gì, đinh, dao, dài ngắn, bất cứ ở đâu, Mễ hay Phi, hay Mỹ, bất cứ luật gì cũng vậy. Sáu năm qua tôi giải nghệ, không đá cũng không tạo giống, tuy vậy Cris, con tôi đang mang vinh dự nuôi, phát triển và đá gà của trại Black Water. Gà chúng tôi đã qua giai đoạn thí nghiệm, đã có trong giòng máu những cá tính riệng. Thấy rằng với hệ thống cản gà riêng, gà chúng tôi sẽ theo kịp tiêu chuẩn nhiều năm tới. Trại Black Walter tôi có nhiều giống gà, nhưng giờ tôi muốn nói đến giòng Sweater và vào tay tôi bằng cách nào. Sau những năm ở hai trường Clear Creek và Pumpkin Valley và nhìn những con Sweater mang đi đá bởi sư kê tên Sonny Ware, bất cứ ai đá gà cũng phải biết Sonny Ware đến từ Alabama. Bố con Sonny suốt đời sống bằng nghề đá gà và có trong tay những giòng gà ưu việt nhất. Ngoài trường Sonny và tôi không ưa nhau nhưng tôi đã phải hỏi xin vài con giống Sweater chân vàng. Nhưng sự thật Sonny và tôi đối nghịch, Sonny đã không cho tôi dù chỉ một giọt máu Sweater.

weater Sưu tầm

Rồi vài năm sau một người bạn thân gọi tôi, anh ta nói nếu tôi muốn mua cặp ba Sweater, anh ta giải nghệ và Sonny khi trước có cho anh cặp ba Sweater, nếu tôi muốn anh ta bán cho tôi ba con gà tơ con của những con này. Người bạn này tên Odis Chapell, anh ta nói sẽ trả lại ba con gà gốc cho Sonny; tôi mua ba con gà con, đó là ba con bắt đầu giòng Sweater của tôi. Những con gà con còn lại bán cho George Lay (nổi tiếng với giòng Lacy roundhead của anh ta) và Newton Wade với giòng Albany. Cả hai anh này là bạn thân của tôi, sau này tôi thỉnh thoảng châm thêm chút giòng Sweater của họ vào giòng của tôi.

Lúc bán cho tôi Odis có nói, Sonny nghĩ dòng sweater này đã bị loãng ra không thể dùng đá những giải lớn nữa. Kệ sao thì sao, những con gà tơ lớn lên thật đẹp, con trống lông đỏ nhạt với vạch trắng ở đuôi, mòng dâu, chân trắng. Dáng đứng rất tốt, thân hình tô’t và rất nhiều, lông cổ lông mã.

Tôi không muốn cản trùng huyết anh em nên tôi mang con trống đến trại Oak Grove của ông Brown để cản với mái Hatch chân vàng của ông này, lúc đó tôi, ông Brown và Gene con ông Brown ở cùng phe đá gà. Còn lại hai con mái tôi sang trại ông Johny Jumper tìm gà cản; Ông Johny cho tôi biết thêm về giòng Sweater này; ông Sweater Mc Ginnis (gà Sweater lấy từ tên ông này) cần gà để đủ bộ đem đá giải Arkansas. Ông Harold Brown của trại Red Fox hồi còn sống đã đưa gà pha nửa Boston Roundhead nửa half Mclean Hatch cho ông Sweater; gà này có con chân xanh, có con chân vàng, ông Harold thích chân xanh nên đưa Sweater chân vàng đem đi đá. Lúc đó ngoài trường gà ông Sweater đá như lên đồng. Mấy sư kê khét tiếng như Duke, Law, Kelso sắp hàng mua gà, gà cứ đá xong là họ mua $500 một con. Con gà ông Kelso mua đã gởi cho ông Celcil cản với mái của ông Kelso. Ông Celcil là người cản gà cho Kelso nên Kelso bảo sao ông cản vậy, nhưng hàng năm ông cản thêm cận huyết trống để lấy về máu con trống càng gần càng tốt. Đó chính là giòng Sweater tôi mua từ Sonny. Vì là bạn thân với Celcil nên Johny cũng có giòng gà này và Johny đưa tôi con trống để cản với mái của tôi. Con cái của hai con này ra rất đẹp và là những chiến kê rất hay.

Tôi nghĩ gà của Jumper đưa tôi còn chút Kelso nên ra con chân trắng, con chân vàng. Tôi thịt hết mái chân trắng giữ chân vàng thôi.

Sau khi cản con trống gởi ở trại Harold Brown xong tôi mang về cản vòng lại với gà mái con của con trống mua của Johny. Một lần phần trại dưới thấp bị lụt tôi phải di chuyển một trăm chiến kê, trong lúc di chuyển tôi chỉ mất một chiến kê, như định mệnh an bài đó là con Jumper đưa cho tôi, Jumper là bạn thân đá gà nhiều năm nên hiểu tôi giận ra sao khi bị mất con gà quí một cách kỳ lạ như vậy. Vì vậy tôi cản được có một đời với mái tôi mua của Oddis. Sau khi cản con gà tôi mua của Odis tôi tiếp tục cản như vậy cho đến khi tôi chỉ còn 1/8 máu gà của Jumper, tôi gọi là giòng “right out”

Con trống tôi mua của Oddis gởi cản với Hatch chân vàng ở trại Harold Brown ra con gần như bất bại. Chúng tôi đá giáp vòng đủ các sới, Sunset, Texoma, Clear Creek và tất cả sới lớn nhỏ trong vòng đó.

Tôi mê con Sweater đến nỗi tôi trở lại hỏi Odis xem con Sweater này từ con mái nào của Sonny để tôi tìm cách cản ngược với mái mẹ. Odis vì không cản một mái một lần nên không biết, Odis chỉ biết một trong hai con mái có cựa và Odis thích nhất.

Tôi chạy lại trại của Sonny và xin con mái có cựa. Lúc này Sonny đã biết danh gà Chân vàng và gà Sweater pha của tôi. Sonny xem những con gà này của tôi đá thắng đep ở Clear Creek, Sonny hỏi mua, tôi cho luôn. Đồng thời tôi đá một con gà Gilmore Hatch của tôi trong một trân chiến lẫy lừng con gà đó giật giải. Sonny thích con gà đó quá tôi cũng tặng luôn, không lấy một xu để kết tình bạn. Vì vậy khi tôi hỏi con gà mái có cựa đó Sonny biết không thể chối từ và anh ta mắc nợ tôi hai con gà chiến và vả lại khi đá gà, gà tôi thắng khắp nơi tôi đều nói giòng gà tôi từ gà Sonny mà ra. Sonny cho tôi con gà ngay. Tôi đem về cản ngược lại với con trống. Tôi không chắc đã cản mẹ con hay dì cháu nhưng tôi biết ra dòng “Possum” Sweater của trại gà tôi. Giòng Possum của trại Black Water ai cũng nghe danh. Nếu các bạn chưa nghe, tôi sắp kể cho bạn nghe.

Tôi có một bạn gà rất thân ở Phi luật Tân tên Nene Abello, ông ta là một trong những sư kê bậc nhất bên đó. Chúng tôi đã thắng giải vô địch thế giới bên đó cùng với rất nhiều nhiều giải lớn khác với giòng Sweater. Tôi trình bày cho anh ta ý định của tôi muốn châm máu mới vào giòng sweater, anh ta nói lần tới khi thăm Hoa Kỳ anh ta sẽ tìm cho tôi một giòng gà mà anh nghĩ sẽ giúp cải thiện giòng Sweater của tôi. Anh ta nói tôi là sư kê duy nhất anh biết mà lúc nào cũng có ý định châm thêm máu mới vào giòng gà; anh ta nói như vậy tôi sẽ luôn luôn có gà hay, vì tôi không bao giờ chờ đến khi giòng gà tôi suy thoái xuống số không mới châm máu mới..

Rồi chuyến sang Hoa Kỳ Nene đưa tôi đến nhà ông Ray Hoskins ở Texas. Nếu bất cứ ai từng đến trại ông này đều công nhận ông đó có mấy con gà chiến rất dễ mê. Ông ta có con gà Hatch chân xanh làm tôi khoái nhứt. Tất cả gà trại ông Ray Hoskins đều khỏe mạnh và đều gà. Nhìn vào tôi biếy ngay ông này là nhà tạo giống cừ khôi và ông ta ít cho lọt con nào ra ngoài. Nếu không vì anh Nene tôi chắc không có được con Hatch chân vàng của ông. Ông ta bán giá $500. Tôi mua ngay.

Con Hatch chân vàng này dáng đẹp, ngực ô, màu giống Sweatet nhưng mã dài hơn và tốt hơn. Lông cánh to và cứng như xương cá voi. Gà mã tốt vậy có thể đá được nhiều lần một mùa.

Lứa đầu mạnh, cứng và quá lì. Tôi cản ngược lại Sweater đá và thử nghiệm. Mỗi năm giòng này càng có dấu hiệu tiến triển. Tôi tiếp tục cho đến khi nó trở lại giòng Sweater

Đá hay hơn năm trước và có thế đá với tất cả đặc điểm của giòng cũ, nhưng trở lại với nhiều lực và chịu cựa hơn làm nó đá hiệu quả bất kể chơi cựa kiểu gì. Tôi hỏi thì ông Ray nói ông mua con gà từ một đại đại gia ở Chicago, tôi chỉ biết có thế. Đó là con gà mang giòng Sweater trở lại vị thế.

Trong tay tôi nhiều bạn hữu như Dink Fair, Ronnie Justise, Jeff Hudspeth, Jerry Atkins, Ray Boles, Bruce Barnett, Charley Abley và nhiều người khác qua tình bạn hay qua tiền bạc, giòng Sweater đã thắng suốt 15 năm qua và bây giờ vẫn còn thắng.

Nene Abello và con trai tôi mới thắng giải vô địch thế giới ở Phi lần nữa. Con Sweater lần này mang màu cam nhạt, mòng dâu và mấy lằn đuôi bông. Con mái lông màu cam lúa. Con nào cũng đẹp và oai vệ. Đôi khi tôi có mái chân xanh nhưng không bao giờ có trống chân xanh. Sáu năm vừa qua Nene và con trai tôi làm mọi thứ quan trọng từ trại gà đến trường gà. Nene lựa gà rất tuyệt vời, Nene gây giống coi như hàng đầu thế giới. Ông ta biết con gà đá phải như thế nào, nếu con gà có khuyết điểm gì ông ta bỏ từ lâu, ông thử nghiệm từng con, tất cả phải đúng ý ông, nếu không coi như bỏ.

Nene giúp Cris và tôi chọn gà giống ngoài trường mà tôi gởi ông mang đá, ông cho bố con tôi biết con nào đá hay nhứt. Ông huấn luyện và đá nhiều gà hơn bất cứ ai. Ông biết con gà thấu đáu và thấu đáo tôi muốn tỏ sự tri ân của tôi trong việc giữ tình bằng hữu thật sự với Black Walter farm. Mười lăm đến 20 năm qua ông ta không đi tìm giòng gà nào khác.

Tôi hi vọng không làm tổn thương ai khi nhắc đến tên ai trong bài viết này và tôi hi vọng đã trả lời hết những câu hỏi liên quan đến giòng Sweater tại trại Black Walter. Tôi rất hãnh diện đã góp phần vào một giòng gà xuất hiện mọi trường, mọi tạp chí, tài liệu trên thế giới. Chúng tôi đã bảo tồn và làm giòng Sweater hay hơn trong tay chúng tôi.

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Sweater Crosses

Carol NeSmith and Eugene Brown Sweater Cock

Odis Chappell Sweater Cock

Sonny Ware

Sweater Hen

Sonny Ware

Yellow Leg Hatch Hen

Eugene Brown

NeSmith Sweater #1

(7/8 cock 1/4 hen or 1/8 of Johnny Cock)

Carol NeSmith Sweater Cock

Odis Chappell Sweater Cock

Sonny Ware

Sweater Hen

Sonny Ware

Sweater Hen

Carol NeSmith Sweater Cock

Johnny Jumper Sweater Cock

Cecil Davis Sweater Cock

(also see below table and story)

Harold Brown Boston Roundhead

(probably the Sweater bloodline; see below)

Harold Brown

McLean Hatch

(probably the Sweater bloodline; see below)

Harold Brown

Kelso Hen (infusion)

Walter Kelso Sweater bloodline

(probably infused; see below)

Harold Brown

Kelso

Walter Kelso

Sweater Hen

Odis Chappell

NeSmith Sweater #2 Possum

Carol NeSmith Sweater Cock

Odis Chappell Sweater Cock

Sonny Ware

Sweater Hen

Sonny Ware

Sweater Hen (Aunt / Mother)

Sonny Ware

NeSmith Sweater #3

Carol NeSmith NeSmith Sweater #1 and #2

Carol NeSmith

Yellow Leg Hatch Cock (infusion)

Ray Hoskins

Sweater (infusion)

Newton Wade Sweater

Sonny Ware

Albany (infusion)

Newton Wade

Sweater (infusion)

George Lay Sweater

Sonny Ware

Lacy Roundhead (infusion)

George Lay

Sweater bloodline

Harold Brown Sweater bloodline

Sweater McGinnis Yellow Leg Hatch

Mike Kearney

Grey Claret Cross

Sweater McGinnis Grey

E.W. Law

Claret

John Madigin

McLean Hatch (infusion)

Harold Brown

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JETSWEATER ​

I have two families of sweater I call them the Jetsweater Celebrity line & the Jetsweater Money moves line.

JETSWEATER CELEBRITY LINE ​

They are heavy on Nene Abello Possum 226 (Carol Nesmith Blood line) and I have infused $5,000 Line Sweater blood from Martin & Marlon Escolin (Dink Fair Blood). It took me quite a long time in developing this sweater family of mine. They are Smart,timing and super awesome cutters.

JETSWEATER MONEY MOVES LINE ​

JETSWEATER MONEY MOVES LINE IN ACTION ​

JETSWEATER

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