News and Updates
Oct-15-2017
GARRISON, MONTANA 326 MILES

Dear Plymouth Peak Fliers,

               

Another racing series has come to a close!  I want to congratulate our money winners, especially the First Drop Winners on our 326 Mile Race.   1st. Place Slick Hills Loft -  Larry Cox ,  2nd. Place  Blake's Loft – Blake Coates,  3rd. Place  Galaxy Loft & Doug Sexton – Bill Haycher, Doug Sexton,  4th. Place  Marengo Creek Farms – Stewart Harvard, 5th. Place  Rocky Mountain Racing – Rocky Mountain Racing RPC Members, 6th. Place  Kfly Racing Pigeon Loft – Kelly Fly, 7th. Place  Gold Star Loft – Jerry Stone, 8th. Place  Sierra Ranch – Steve Sterchi, 9th. Place  J & M Partridge Loft – John & Mike Partridge, 10th. Place  Lindsay & Skyline.Com – JayDee Linsay, Pat Gazaway, 11th. Place  Duvall/Whiteley – Glade Duvall, Wayne Whiteley, 12th. Place  D G F Loft – David Perez bird Owner, 13th. Place Fleet Washington , 14th. Place Kastle Loft – David Stephenson .

I would like to get the Prizes paid out by Nov/1st. so if everyone that won over $600.00 could get me a W-9 as soon as you can.  If you need a W-9 form you will find a link to print one on our website on the homepage on the left column.  I will not send out any Prizes until I have everyone’s W-9! 

If you wish to have a bird returned, you can find the costs on the Rules and Info tab, under Shipment Information.  This can be held out of your winnings if you wish.

We believe that the bird that wins Champion Bird in our seven race series,  is probably one of  the Best Bird’s in the States for any young bird series.  There is no One Loft Race in the country that a bird has to prove its self-more than at Plymouth Peak Pro Challenge.    If you want the Top Bragging rights, win our race series! 

May you be blessed with many young healthy champions for the coming season 2018!

I want to thank everyone for their support!

Sincerely,  Brad Hoggan   -   Plymouth Peak Pro Challenge

Oct-12-2017
OCT.12TH

Dear Plymouth Peak Pro Challenge Fliers,

 

           The race committee have decided again to change the race to Sunday, weather permitting!   It is supposed to be 80% Chance of rain and snow at Garrison, Montana Saturday morning with up to 20 MPH head winds all the way home.  

            Sunday is supposed to be Sunny, with 0-10 head winds.  Birds should arrive after 2:00 PM.   I will keep you posted if anything changes again between now and Sunday.  Cathy will be still serving lunch at 1:15 PM, Chicken Paprika with rice and salad.

 

Thanks,  Brad Hoggan

Oct-08-2017
OCT.8TH.

Dear Plymouth Peak Fliers and Followers,

          I want to congratulate our money winners, for the sixth Race from Sage Junction, Idaho, at 138 miles.  Our Winners are    1st. Place  Columba Loft -  Robert Lynch ,  2nd. Place  Rocky Mountain Racing – Members of the Rocky Mountain RPC,  3rd. Place  John R Helm , 4th. Place  Columba Loft – Robert Lynch,   5th.Place   Kolvenbag & Son -  Geert Kolvenbag and Son!            What a nice group of birds, we had great returns Friday.   The birds are looking great and will be ready for Saturday’s race. 

           Right now, the race this week from Garrison, Montana, at 326 Miles.  Looks like Saturday will be a great day for a race.  There should be clear skies with slight head wind or slight tail wind depending on the location along the course.   

Cathy is planning lunch at 1:30 PM here at the loft.  If you could let me know ASAP if you will be here Saturday for lunch it would be greatly appreciated, so Cathy can figure what she needs to do for food!

 

I want to wish everyone the best of luck!

               

Sincerely,  Brad Hoggan   -   Plymouth Peak Pro Challenge

Oct-03-2017
OCT. 3RD.

Dear Plymouth Peak Fliers,

 Well the Third & Fourth race has come and gone almost ready to fly the Fifth race.      I want to congratulate our money winners, for the Third Race from Spencer, 174 miles.  Our Winners are    1st. Place  Dyer -  Glen Dyer,  2nd. Place Espo Loft, - Frank Esposito,  3rd. Place  Nemelka RPL – Joe Nemelka, 4th. Place Marengo Creek FarmsStewart Harvard,   5th.Place   Gray Fox Harms -  Chad Compton,Doug Harms!

             Red Rock, Mt.  our Winners were   1st. Place  Me Fui! Vega Loft – Arthur Vega,  2nd. Place De La Siino, - Armando De La O , Pat Siino ,  3rd. Place  Jutrasloft.com –  Jerry Jutras,  3rd. Place  Pairan Racing Loft – Ron Pairan ,   5th.Place   Fila Loft -  Filip Andrecia,  and the other money winners as clocked.

              APEX, Mt.  our FIRST DROP Winners were   1st. Place  Duvall/Whiteley – Glade Duval, Wayne Whiteley,  2nd. Place   APC LOFT - George & Jennifer Rankin ,   3rd. Place  Fleet Washington, and other money winners as clocked!

This week we drop back to Sage Junction, 139 miles, good luck to everyone.  Right now the weather is looking good for Friday’s race.

I want to thank everyone for their support!

Sincerely,  Brad Hoggan   -   Plymouth Peak Pro Challenge

Sep-21-2017
SEPT.21ST.

Dear Plymouth Peak Pro Challenge Fliers,

  The race committee have decided again to change the race to Sunday, weather permitting!   It is supposed to be 80% Chance of rain and snow in Red Rock, Montana Friday and not much better Saturday.    Sunday is supposed to be Sunny with a few high clouds. I will keep you posted if anything changes again between now and Sunday.  
 
Thanks,  Brad Hoggan
Sep-14-2017
RACE DATE CHANGED TO SATURDAY, SEPT. 16TH.

Dear Plymouth Peak Pro Challenge Fliers,

  The race committee have decided to change the race to Saturday, weather permitting!   It is supposed to be possible showers at the start with a 0-10 head wind, down the road some place could have a cross wind 0-10 and then a tail wind 0-10 at the end.  If this doesn't work out it could be changed to Sunday!
 
Thanks,  Brad Hoggan
Sep-14-2017
SEPT.14TH.

Dear Plymouth Peak Fliers,

                This past week has been very hectic for Cathy and I,  Friday just after I got home from releasing the birds from Sage Junction.  Cathy’s mother that’s was 87 and blind,  has lived with us for the past 18 months passed away at our home at 1:30 PM.  So needless to say the past 6 days have been very difficult. I have been very blessed with a wonderful mother in-law, we were so blessed to be able to take care of her the past year and a half.  I want to thank my wonderful wife for her, support and help doing this year’s race series.  With her mother not doing well this past couple of months.  We have still managed to keep things on track.  

 Well the second race has come and gone almost ready to fly the third race.      I want to congratulate our money winners, for the Second Race from Sage Junction.  We still have birds coming home from that race as of this morning two more.  Our Winners are    1st. Place  Baldwin & Tilson – Thomas Baldwin and Carey Tilson,  2nd. Place Smith RPL,   Gordan & Jordan Smith,  for 3rd. Place  John R Helms , 5th. G & L Loft – Greg Meller!

We will fly Spencer, Idaho next.  The plan is for tomorrow morning, Friday Sept.15th. weather permitting!   It should be cooler and chance of showers with some tail winds. 

 

I want to thank everyone for their support!

Sincerely,  Brad Hoggan   -   Plymouth Peak Pro Challenge

Sep-06-2017
SEPT. 6TH. Trainer Canceled:
Brought Birds back home to much Smoke! 
Aug-27-2017
AUG.27TH.

Dear Plymouth Peak Fliers and Followers,

              The inventory on the bird list should be accurate.  All entry fees are now due by Sept.1st. !

Don’t forget the Pedigree Challenge ($20.00 per bird)and the Colored Bird Prize ($75.00 per bird)there’s getting quite a bit of money in these prizes.  The last few years the Pedigree Challenge and Colored Bird have paid out over $3000.00.  The Colored bird entries have the green dot behind them on the entry list.  Remember Colored bird is anything but a (Blue Bar or Blue Checker or Dark Check) any of these with white on it would be included in the colored bird class!  This prize will be paid out at 1st Place 50%, 2nd Place 30%, 3rd Place 20% on the Pedigree Challenge and the colored bird.  Remember Entry Fee are due by Aug.27th.2016.

            The activation race Friday was a great success,  we are only out six birds. This week we will have our first race from Blackfoot, Idaho at 102 miles. The tosses are going very well over all.  The health of the birds is excellent!

             We have 502 birds in the loft as of tonight.            

            We are looking forward to having another great year of racing!  

Best of luck to everyone that has a bird or birds in the race series!

Sincerely,  Brad Hoggan   -   Plymouth Peak Pro Challenge

Aug-20-2017
AUG.20TH.

Dear Plymouth Peak Fliers and Followers,                                                                                         

              I plan on hauling birds 70 miles Monday morning.   We have a 90 mile Toss this Friday before the race series starts.   Don’t forget the Pedigree Challenge and the Colored Bird Prize there’s getting quite a bit of money in these prizes.  Last few years the Pedigree Challenge has paid out over $3000.00 and the colored bird paid out about $3000. last year.  The Colored bird entries have the green dot behind them on the entry list.  Remember Colored bird is anything but a (Blue Bar, Blue Checker or Dark Checker) Blue Bar w/f or Blue Checker w/f would be a colored bird!  These prizes will be paid out at 1st Place 50%, 2nd Place 30%, 3rd Place 20% on the Pedigree Challenge and the Colored bird.  Remember Entry Fee are due by Aug.31st.2017.

There are a couple of people that haven’t paid their perch fees, I need these paid ASAP!   If there not paid or some type of arrangement made, their birds won’t go on the Fort Hall toss this coming Friday.

                No loses to wires, so I think they are seeing them now and fly to avoid them!   Training was a great success, this past week.  Started the week with 502 birds finished the week with 502 birds!  We have had several birds return in good shape from two weeks ago. 

                                All three tosses this week have gone great.    The tosses are going very well over all.  The health of the birds is excellent!

             We have 502 birds in the loft as of tonight.  As far as the health and vitality of the birds they are doing super.   They really look great!  

               I’m looking forward to having another great year of racing!  

Best of luck to everyone that has a bird or birds in the race series!

Sincerely,  Brad Hoggan   -   Plymouth Peak Pro Challenge

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