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“ELEVENTH INTERNATIONAL PRESS RELEASE”.

ON

TRAINING RACES 15 & 16.

IN

THE 21st SOUTH AFRICAN MILLION DOLLAR PIGEON RACE

(THE BIGGEST & GREATEST PIGEON RACE IN THE WORLD!)

(THE RACE WITH THE PROVEN TRACK RECORD)

(THE OLYMPIC GAMES IN THE PIGEON WORLD)

DUE TO BE HELD AT

HERON BANKS GOLF & RIVER ESTATE,

SOUTH AFRICA

ON

SATURDAY 4th FEBRUARY 2017.

 

ANOTHER RACE SEASON STARTS IN THE SOUTH AFRICAN SUNSHINE.

 

LIVESTREAM was once again up and running and I logged on from Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe bright and early at 07.30 SA time, the weather was fine and cool, quite overcast and heavy clouds and very little wind at the loft and on route. The pigeons were liberated at 07.15 cleared well and headed for home. I really did not have to wait that long as at 07.59 SA because all of a sudden I saw a gang of about 50 pigeons swing round the loft and hit the landing area, smartly followed by another gang of about 50 pigeons, followed a short gap then three more big gangs of over 100 pigeons. The result came up on the iPad screen and I saw that 1st OPEN went to a fancier in NETHERLANDS. Within a few minutes of the winner being clocked over 1,000 pigeons had been officially recorded. As the pigeons arrived and hit the landing platform they looked in super condition after this short fly. If you have never logged on to watch the pigeons arrive, I strongly suggest you give it a try, you will just love the experience.

TRAINING RACE 15 was held on Wednesday 25th January 2017 from 62km (39 miles) and for this race a total of 2,447 pigeons from 35 different countries were basketed and this included 2,270 International pigeons and 177 pigeons from South Africa and this figure also included 205 from the United Kingdom and 26 pigeons from Ireland. There were also 24 pigeons that were not basketed because they were left in the Hold Back section because they had made earlier mistakes and were not fit to be entered, this total included just 1 from the United Kingdom and none from Ireland. So the total in the loft was 2,471 pigeons. The convoy were liberated at 07.15 in fine and cool conditions with very little wind on route and a temperature of 19c (66f). The convoyer reported the pigeons cleared well and headed directly for home. A good race was anticipated. As the day progressed the temperature would steadily rise but rain was anticipated to arrive later in the day.

CONGRATULATIONS on winning 1st OPEN goes to the RA BAKKER & ZOON from NETHERLANDS with pigeon named TESY bred by KLAUS STIENEKER, which was officially clocked at 07.59.13.54 to record a winning velocity of 1,560ypm (23.3649 m/s) (53 mph). 2nd Team Germany - R+MA Rolff from Germany, 3rd Stefan Redlich from Belgium, 4th Aldehoum Loft from Kuwait, 5th J & J Syndicate from United Kingdom,  6th Jan Hooymans - Hu Zhen Yu from Netherlands, 7th Doyle M Gibson from United States Of America, 8th Mishal Ead from Kuwait, 9th Team Zeche Prinz Regent from Germany, 10th Ganus Family Loft from United States Of America, 11th Tanja Siebert from Germany, 12th Mark & Johnny from United States Of America, 13th Team Hooymans from Netherlands, 14th Klaus Stieneker from Germany, 15th Irish Syndicate from United States Of America, 16th another for Klaus Stieneker from Germany, 17th Robert Darr - Donald Bicknell II from United States Of America, 18th Fayez 8 from Kuwait, 19th Jutla Brothers from United Kingdom and 20th Hannelore Jaekel from Germany.

The top twenty were separated by 1 minute 40.36 seconds and had 7 different countries represented in this result with 11 different countries represented in the top 50 and these were 2 minutes 27.25 seconds apart. The first 5 pigeons clocked in this race were all from different countries.

The Monday loft list showed 2,422 pigeons were still in the lofts and this include 203 from the United Kingdom and 26 from Ireland.

THE OVERALL AVERAGES after 20 official races now stand as follows:- 1st OPEN goes to FAM LINBERG from NORWAY with pigeon named LINDBERGS FJORDGYN 2 bred by FAN LINBERG, actual flying time of 38.52.46.44, 2nd Open goes to Sheikh Abdulla Mohammad Al Thani from Qatar, with pigeon named Al-Rayyan with actual flying time of 39.14.48.49 and 3rd Open goes to Manchester Maestros from United Kingdom, with pigeon named Lady Lois 2 bred by John Crehan from Manchester with actual flying time of 39.15.43.30. 1st UNITED KINGDOM, 3rd OPEN goes to MANCHESTER MAESTROS, with pigeon named LADY LOIS 2 bred by JOHN CREHAN from MANCHESTER, actual flying time 39.15.43.30, 2nd UNITED KINGDOM goes to Robbo with pigeon named Robbo 2 bred by Norman Robinson from Bridlington and 3rd UNITED KINGDOM goes to Millys Loft, with pigeon named Dundees Back, bred by Michael Mellor from Crewe. 1st IRELAND goes to ROBBIE DALY, with pigeon named BIG BIRD bred by ROBBIE DALY with a combined flying time of 48.06.59.03, 2nd IRELAND goes to John Byrne & Son with pigeon named Sabhbh and 3rd IRELAND goes to Philip & Mark Smith with pigeon named Eliz and bred by this partnership.

THE UNITED KINGDOM COUNTRY AVERAGES after 20 races are as follows: 1st UNITED KINGDOM, MANCHESTER MAESTROS with pigeon named LADY LOIS 2 bred by JOHN CREHAN from MANCHESTER, with a combined flying time of 39.15.43.30, 2nd UNITED KINGDOM, Millys Loft and with pigeon named Dundees Back bred by Michael Mellor from Crewe with a combined flying time of 41.06.57.30 and 3rd UNITED KINGDOM, UK Elite Syndicate with pigeon named Essex Flame bred by Lee Fribbins from Frating with a combined flying time of 41.47.15.79.

THE IRISH COUNTRY CHALLENGE AVERAGES after 20 races are as follows:- 1st IRELAND, PHILIP & MARK SMITH with their pigeon named ELIZ with a combined flying time of 50.18.33.95. This partnership are also 2nd with pigeon named Jamie Hayden. These are the only 2 pigeons that have completed 20 races.

CONGRATULATIONS on winning 1st UNITED KINGDOM, 5th OPEN went to J & J SYNDICATE with pigeon named OCEAN MONARCH which was bred by JOE KENNEDY & SON  from BELFAST, which was officially clocked at 07.59.47.70 just 34.16 seconds away from the actual race winner. 2nd UK, 19th Open Jutla Brothers from Upton Park, 3rd UK, 56th Open Zandys Dream Team with pigeon bred by Paul Smith from Stansted Mountfitchet, 4th UK, 67th Open Millys Loft with pigeon bred by Michael Mellor from Crewe, 5th UK, 92nd Open another for Millys Loft with a second pigeon bred by Michael Mellor from Crewe, 6th UK, 110th Open Durkan Brothers with pigeon bred by Peter & John Durkan from Ripon, 7th UK, 126th Open Rixshaw Syndicate with pigeon bred by Len Rix from Mildenhall, 8th UK, 128th Open another for Millys Loft with a third pigeon bred by Michael Mellor from Crewe, 9th UK, 130th Open Syndicate Lofts UK with pigeon bred by Peter Fox from Bangor, 10th UK, 167th Open Guys Lofts with pigeon bred by Graham Guy from Wolverhampton, 11th UK, 179th Open Carlos Dream Syndicate, administered by Paul Smith from Stansted Mountfitchet and with pigeon bred by Jos Reilly from Dublin, 12th UK, 221st Open Manchester Maestros with pigeon bred by John Crehan from Manchester, 13th UK, 253rd Open Speedbird Strain - Aylesbury Bucks with pigeon bred by the late Peter Entwistle from Aylesbury, 14th UK, 263rd Open Tad T with pigeon bred by Tad Truszkowski from Melton Mowbray, 15th UK, 299th Open another for Jutla Brothers from Upton Park, 16th UK, 320th Open Roger Lowe from Reading, 17th UK, 324th Open Alistair Hogg from Winchburg, 18th UK, 33rd Open another for Roger Lowe from Reading, 19th UK, 350th Open another for Manchester Maestros with a second pigeon bred by John Crehan from Manchester and 20th UK, 352nd Open Gran Canaria One Loft with pigeon bred by Mark Williams from Dyserth. The Monday loft list showed that 201 UK pigeons were still in the race loft.

CONGRATULATIONS on winning 1st IRELAND, 131st OPEN went to J KENNEDY & SON with pigeon named EDDIE C and bred by JOE KENNEDY & SON, which was officially clocked at 08.02.26.590, 3 minutes 13.36 seconds behind the actual race winner, 2nd Ireland, 211th Open Moran & Bowden, 3rd Ireland, 473rd Open Maurice O’Donnell, 4th Ireland, 593rd Open Donnelly & Kirkwood, 5th Ireland, 622nd Open John Byrne & Sons and 6th Ireland, 814th Open Philip & Mark Smith. The Monday morning loft list 26 Irish pigeons in the loft.

GLOBAL NOMINATIONS on TRAINING RACE 15 amounted to US$1,297.10c (£1,081) and there was a total of 87 pigeons actually entered which included 4 from the United Kingdom and none from Ireland and there was 259 nominations and all this money in this race was won by pigeons in the top 91 positions. There was just one UNITED KINGDOM winner in this race and that was J & J SYNDICATE who won 5th OPEN with pigeon named OCEAN MONARCH bred by JOE KENNEDY & SON from BELFAST that won US$102 (£85) for its efforts.

UNITED KINGDOM NOMINATIONS amounted to US$358.70c (£299) and showed 9 pigeons with 40 nominations and there was just one winner and that was J & J SYNDICATE taking 5th OPEN with pigeon named OCEAN MONARCH, bred by JOE KENNEDY & SON from BELFAST winning US$273.70c (£229) for its efforts. The US$100 were refunded as only one pigeon was entered. WELL DONE JOE & SON.

Next race is TRAINING RACE 16 is due to take place on Saturday 28th January 2017.

 

LIVESTREAM was up and running at the race loft so I woke up very early in Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe and logged on at 07.50 (SA time) on Saturday morning at home to watch the pigeons arrive from TRAINING RACE 16. The pigeons were liberated at 07.45 from 62km (39 miles). I thought the pigeons would take about 45 minutes to cover this distance. The weather looked very good with a nice blue sky and no clouds and a head wind for most of the journey. I did not have to wait long for the first arrivals because at 08.27 (SA time) the first gang of about 80 pigeons arrived, followed by another big group of about 50 pigeons appeared, the another 100 plus, they all swung round the loft and were joined by a few more big gangs, then all of a sudden hundreds started hit the landing platform and started to trap. I also had my iPad ready for the result and all of a sudden I showed 1st OPEN had gone to UNITED STATES OF AMERICA. The pigeons just fell out of the sky with literally hundreds being clocked within a few minutes of the actual race winner, in fact over 1,000 pigeons were officially clocked within minutes of the actual race winner. If you have not logged on yet to watch the pigeons arrive from the races, you do not know what you are missing, it is fantastic and also a great experience.

 

TRAINING RACE 16 took place on Saturday 28th January 2017 from 62km (39 miles) and a total of 2,422 pigeons were basketed from 35 different countries and this total included 2,243 International and 179 South African pigeons and this total also included 203 from the United Kingdom and 26 from Ireland. Only 8 pigeons were held back and not basketed, these included none from the United Kingdom and also none from Ireland, these were all left in the lofts because they had made mistakes earlier in the week. Total still in the loft was 2,430 pigeons. The convoy were liberated at 7.45 in fine and cool conditions, with a head wind on route, 19c (66f) and a good steady race was anticipated. The temperature was expected to rise to during the day but once again heavy rain was forecast to start later on.

CONGRATULATIONS for winning 1st OPEN goes to GANUS FAMILY LOFT from UNITED STATES OF AMERICA with pigeon named TIP TOP MY LADY bred by MIKE GANUS, which was officially clocked at 08.27.14.34 to record a winning velocity of 1634ypm (24.4639 m/s) (55mph), Mike won 1st OPEN in the 20th SAMDPR. 2nd Robert Leon from United States Of America, 3rd Aldahoum Loft from Kuwait, 4th Jancan from Canada, 5th Van Kerckhove -Vercauteren from Belgium with their outstanding pigeon Blue Daisy that had now won 1st, 2nd, 2nd, 3rd, 5th, 11th, 15th, 17th, 47th & 73rd OPEN and was my prediction to do well in the Final Race, 6th Alias-Alias Syndicate from United States Of America, 7th Mark & Johnny from United States Of America, 8th Leszek Potoczny from Poland, 9th SG Roehl S+H from Germany, 10th Holts Loft from United States Of America, 11th Millys Loft from United Kingdom, 12th Van Boxmeer - Meekens from Netherlands, 13th Georg Oswald from Germany, 14th Dominique Velghe from Belgium, 15th Sheikh Abdulla Mohammad Al Thani from Qatar, 16th Richard Callahan from United States Of America, 17th Garry - Matuska from United States Of America, 18th Almad S Al-Juwaisri from Kuwait, 19th Edgar Peter from Germany and 20th Thomas Ammann from Germany. The top twenty in this result were separated by just 37.20 seconds and had 9 different countries represented in the top 20 and 13 different countries in the top 50, only 51.31 seconds away from the actual race winner. This race resulted as another with fantastic returns with a total of 2,363 pigeons were officially clocked by 16.12, leaving just 59 pigeons to make it back to the loft.

CONGRATULATIONS on winning 1st UNITED KINGDOM, 11th OPEN went to MILLYS LOFT and with pigeon named I LOVE MY BOYS which was bred by MICHAEL MELLOR from CREWE, which was officially clocked at 08.27.42.15, just 37.20 seconds away from the race winner. 2nd UK, 23rd Open another for Millys Loft with second pigeon bred by Michael Mellor from Crewe, 3rd UK, 46th Open Mancheater Maestros with pigeon bred by John Crehan from Manchester, 4th UK, 60th Open Gran Canaria One Loft with pigeon bred by Mark Williams from Dyserth, 5th UK, 63rd Open Lloyd & Kelly from Didcot, 6th UK, 70th Open J & J Syndicate with a pigeon bred by Joe Kennedy & Son from Belfast, 7th UK, 79th Open another for Lloyd & Kelly from Didcot with pigeon bred by Premier Stud from Patringham Haven, 8th UK, 83rd Open another for Millys Loft with a third pigeon bred by Michael Mellor from Crewe, 9th UK, 84th Open Guys Lofts Elite with pigeon bred by Graham Guy from Wolverhampton, 10th UK, 99th Open Zandys Dream Team with pigeon bred by Paul Smith from Stansted Mountfitchet, 11th UK, 124th Open Crammond, Langstaff & Gilbert from Fontwell and Windsor, 12th UK, 142nd Open Grumpy Old Men with pigeon bred by Tony Kent from Wareside, 13th UK, 171st Open another for Zandys Dream Team again bred by Paul Smith from Stansted Mouintfitchet, 14th UK, 184th Open another for Lloyd & Kelly from Didcot, 15th UK, 206th Open UK Elite Syndicate with pigeon bred by Lee Fribbins from Frating, 16th UK, 207th Open another for Zandys Dream Team with another bred by Paul Smith from Stansted Mountfitchet, 17th UK, 224th Open Bartley & Tweats and bred by this partnership, 18th UK, 227th Open Lucky Devils Syndicate, administered by Paul Smith from Stansted Mountfitchet and with pigeon bred by Bob Fenech from Attleborough, 19th UK, 234th Open another for Millys Loft with a fourth pigeon bred by Michael Mellor from Crewe and then 20th UK, 247th Open Syndicate Lofts UK with pigeon bred by Peter Fox from Bangor. Another great race with 195 UK pigeons being officially clocked by 16.12, leaving 8 UK pigeons to return to base camp.

CONGRATULATIONS on winning 1st IRELAND, 145th OPEN went to DONNELLY & KIRKWOOD with pigeon named ZIMBA, bred by KARL DONNELLY which was officially clocked at 08.28.44.70, just 1 minute 30.36 seconds after the actual race winner. 2nd Ireland, 243rd Open Moran & Bowden, 3rd Ireland, 325th Open Pat Maher, 4th Ireland, 485th Open another for Donnelly & Kirkwood, 5th Ireland, 585th Open Philip & Mark Smith and then 6th Ireland, 692nd Open Maurice O’Donnell. A good race with all 26 pigeons being officially clocked by 16.12.  

THE OVERALL AVERAGES after 21 official races now stand as follows:- 1st OPEN goes to FAM LINBERG from NORWAY with pigeon named LINBERGS FFORDGYN 2 and bred by FAM LINBERG, actual flying time 39.39.46.69, 2nd Open goes to Sheikh Abdulla Mohammad Al Thani from Qatar with pigeon named Al-Rayyan with combined flying time of 39.58.38.34 and 3rd Open goes to Manchester Maestros from United Kingdom with pigeon named Lady Lois 2 bred by John Crehan from Manchester with a combined flying time of 40.00.26.55.

1st UNITED KINGDOM, 3rd OPEN goes to MANCHESTER MAESTROS with pigeon named LADY LOIS 2 bred by JOHN CREHAN from MANCHESTER, actual flying time of 40.00.26.55, 2nd UNITED KINGDOM, 39th Open goes to Millys Loft with pigeon named Dundees Back bred by Michael Mellor from Crewe with a combined flying time of 41.51.17.25 and 3rd UNITED KINGDOM, 42nd OPEN goes to Robbo with pigeon named Robbo 2 bred by Norman Robinson from Bridlington with a combined flying time of 41.54.50.01.

1st IRELAND, 457th OPEN goes to ROBBIE DALY with pigeon named BIG BIRD bred by ROBBIE DALY, actual flying time 49.34.25.58, 2nd IRELAND, 509th Open goes to Philip & Mark Smith with pigeon named Eliz with a combined flying time of 51.04.44.15 and 3rd IRELAND, 511th Open goes to John Byrne & Son with pigeon named Sadhbh bred by this partnership with a combined flying time of 51.07.09.00.

GLOBAL NOMINATIONS on TRAINING RACE 16 amounted to US$2,196.40c (£1,830) and there was a total of 93 pigeons actually entered which included 7 from the UK and just 2 from IRELAND and there were 310 nominations and all this money in this race was won by pigeons in the top 176 positions. There was just one UK winners as follows:- MANCHESTER MAESTROS won 46th OPEN with LADY LOIS 3 bred by JOHN CREHAN from MANCHESTER, they won US4184.45 (£154) for their efforts.

UNITED KINGDOM NOMINATIONS amounted to US$295.80c (£242) and there was a total of 7 pigeons entered and there was 33 nominations. There were two winners as follows:- 46th OPEN MANCHESTER MAESTROS with pigeon named LADY LOIS 3 bred by JOHN CHEHAN from MANCHESTER which won US$205.70 (£172) for its efforts and 70th OPEN for J & J SYNDICATE with pigeon named OCEAN MONARCH bred by JOE KENNEDY & SON from BELFAST winning US$85 (£70) for its efforts. WELL DONE JOHN.

THE COUNTRY CHALLENGE AVERAGES after 21 races are as follows:- 1st UNITED KINGDOM is MANCHESTER MAESTROS with pigeon named LADY LOIS 2 which was bred by JOHN CREHAN from MANCHESTER and has a combined flying time of 40.00.26.55. 2nd UNITED KINGDOM is MILLYS LOFT with pigeon named DUNDEES BACK bred by MICHAEL MELLOR from CREWE with a combined flying time of 41.51.17.25 and 3rd UNITED KINGDOM is TIM ATKIN from RUGBY with pigeon named VARDYS PARTY with a combined flying time of 42.35.32.05.

THE IRISH COUNTRY CHALLENGE AVERAGES after 21 races are as follows:- 1st IRELAND is PHILIP & MARK SMITH with pigeon named ELIZ bred by these fanciers and with a combined flying time of 51.04.44.15. 2nd IRELAND is another for PHILIP & MARK SMITH with pigeon named JAMIE HAYDEN bred by these fanciers with a combined flying time of 54.42.51.15.

Pigeons nominated and paid for into THE COUNTRY CHALLENGE competition from other countries were as follows:- AUSTRALIA 18, BELGIUM 10, CANADA 2, DENMARK 9, GERMANY 35, IRELAND 6, NETHERLANDS 5, POLAND 9, SOUTH AFRICA 72, UNITED KINGDOM 143 and UNITED STATES OF AMERICA 17. These figures are quoted just shows what great support the UNITED KINGDOM gives this special competition.

GOOD LUCK TO ALL FANCIERS AND ENTRANTS IN THE FINAL RACE ON SATURDAY 4TH FEBRUARY 2017 from 550km (342 MILES).

 ***SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT*** I am sorry that I can’t add all the information about who bred all the pigeons or where they live as I can only publish details which I am in possession of. If there are no details besides your winning pigeon/s then please contact me on reglofts@aol.com with your details and I will include these in my later International Press Reports. I personally do my best to give all the fanciers, entrants and breeders all the credit they and their pigeons deserve when they manage to get in the results so your help in this matter will be greatly appreciated.

GOOD LUCK TO ALL CONCERNED AND REGULAR “INTERNATIONAL PRESS RELEASES”, “NEWSLETTERS” AND “UPDATES” WILL BE SENT OUT TO ALL COMPETITORS/ENTRANTS AND SYNDICATE SHAREHOLDERS ON A WEEKLY BASIS BY EMAIL OVER THE NEXT FEW MONTHS. ALSO WEEKLY “PRESS RELEASES” WILL BE SENT OUT TO BOTH OUR TWO PIGEON PUBLICATIONS NAMELY THE “BRITISH HOMING WORLD” AND “”THE RACING PIGEON” PLUS IT WILL ALSO BE ON MY REGENCY LOFTS WEB SITE www.regencylofts.com FOR ALL TO VIEW.

I would also just like to notify fanciers that my weekly “INTERNATIONAL PRESS RELEASE”, “NEWSLETTERS” and “UPDATES” can now also be seen on the following pigeon web sites:- www.regencylofts.com    www.iprr.co.uk    www.elimarpigeons.com   www.pigeonportal.com   www.pigeonglobe.co.uk   www.cyberpigeon.co.uk   www.pigeonbasics.com     www.starpigeons.com    www.pigeonpixels.co.uk   www.theloftreport.com  www.oneloftracing.com plus of course they will also be published in the “”BRITISH HOMING WORLD” and “THE RACING PIGEON” weeklies and other world pigeon publications for all to see, read and enjoy.

The race date for THE 22nd SOUTH AFRICAN MILLION DOLLAR PIGEON RACE has already been agreed and confirmed by the race organisers as SATURDAY 3th FEBRUARY 2018.

If you are interested in participating or acting a Country Race Team Shipper/Co-ordinator, then please contact me as soon as possible on 01279-812005 or my mobile 07860-568216 or SMS or email on reglogfts@aol.com and I will give you all the information you require. My two proposed shipping dates for THE 22nd SAMDPR will take about the middle of MAY 2017 and then the second one should be around the middle of JUNE 2017. Of course these two dates will be confirmed nearer the time. I strongly recommend that you try to ship your race entries on the 1st shipping date as this then gives these pigeons much more time to settle into the race lofts.

If you have any questions about any aspect of THE SOUTH AFRICAN MILLION DOLLAR PIGEON RACE, then please contact me as soon as possible on 01279-812005 or my mobile 07860-568216 or by SMS or email at reglofts@aol.com and I will do my best to answer any of your questions or queries about this great race.

These “INTERNATIONAL PRESS RELEASES” do take a lot of my time to prepare and I try to get as much into them as possible as I know fanciers and entrants like to know what is happening, unfortunately some time, some information will not be to hand when the print deadline is reached so can’t be included in that report. I can only apologise if I leave something out but I can assure everybody that I do my best to get as much information as possible to put into each of these international reports.

IF ANY PIGEON FANCIER IN THE UNITED KINGDOM OR IN FACT ANYWHERE IN THE WORLD WOULD LIKE TO RECEIVE MY WEEKLY “INTERNATIONAL PRESS RELEASES”, “NEWSLETTERS” AND “UPDATES” BY EMAIL, THEN ALL THEY HAVE TO DO IS EMAIL ME THEIR ACTUAL EMAIL ADDRESS I WILL PUT THEM ON MY EMAIL DATABASE AND I WILL THEN FORWARD THEM ALL THE INFORMATION BY EMAIL ON A REGULAR BASIS.

BEST OF LUCK TO ALL PIGEON FANCIERS/SYNDICATES & ENTRANTS WORLDWIDE DURING THE 2016/17 RACE SERIES.

Paul Smith, United Kingdom Race Team Co-ordinator/Shipper and International Race Co-ordinator for The 21st South African Million Dollar Pigeon Race, which is due to be held at Heron Banks Golf & River Estate and Emerald Resort, Casino & Hotel, South Africa on Saturday 4th February 2017. Regency Lofts Limited, 2, Highmead, off Coltsfield, Stansted Mountfitchet, Essex. CM24 8LJ. England. Tel/Fax:- 01279-812005. (Int. Code:- +44-1279-812005), Mobile:- 07860-568216. Email Address:- reglofts@aol.com Regency Lofts Website:- www.regencylofts.com Skype Address:- talbot7944 Twitter Address:- PaulSmith@SmithReglofts The South African Million Dollar Pigeon Race Website:- www.samdpr.com

 

 

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