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THE 2004 STABLE OF STARS
CONSORT STUDY! PART ONE
This the first of a two-part set of pages describing the head of the consort needed in a stud of Glosters that is dedicated to producing Champion Corona Glosters. All photos shown are of Glosters produced here and that are part of my 2004 stud. They consist of photos that will show various head studies of what I like to call, "Corona-Producing-Consorts."
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As you study each image, allow the curser to hover over the photo so that a small descriptive title of the image can appear. Above each series of photos, an attempt will be made to describe further the length and type of feather in the grouping.
The following row of photos are of a blue cock and a buff cinnamon cock with excellent rise over the head and slight browing.
The following series are of a clear buff consort cock with good finish and nice rise over the head.
The following series are of a buff green, short-feathered consort cock with great browiness and excellent rise over the head.
The following series are of a buff variegated Consort with a lovely rise over the head and nice back skull. The green patch on the head gives one the illusion that it is wide-headed when in fact it is not.
The following series of photos are of what I like to believe is the ultimate stock consort for the production of Champion Corona Glosters! It is a richly-colored, high buff, heavy variegated green consort. Notice the browiness and high rise as well as the bold back skull.
The following series is of a green buff consort with a fantastic finish, slight brow and nice rise. The ideal "Corona-producing-Consort!"
These three views are of a lovely yellow-ground, variegated cinnamon consort.
These three photos are of a short-feathered, yellow-ground, green consort.
Now a few body shots of the ideal consorts for the production of fantastic corona Glosters like the youngster in the last photo. These consorts are of cinnamons, fawns and yellow-ground which are all considered "refining" Glosters used to refine the coarse feather in a line. All "refining" Glosters must be used very carefully in a program otherwise one can lose the type and bulk in the offspring.
This buff, heavy variegated green consort hen is unbelievable and one of the finest Glosters I've ever produced. In these photos, she is resting her wings from a long session in the photo box hence their seeming to droop a bit. there are other photos of this Gloster on another page of this site showing her off much better.
The following set of photos are of one of the corona cocks used in The House in 2004!
In my opinion, one can never produce such a fine example of a Gloster if one uses "Consort-producing-Consorts" as are shown on the page CONSORT STUDY! PART TWO.
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ERNIE COBB - MASTER CAGE-BUILDER
YOUR MASTER PLAN - PART ONE!
YOUR MASTER PLAN - PART TWO!
THE 2005 HOUSE OF CRESTS STABLE OF STARS!
THE 2004 HOUSE OF CRESTS STABLE OF STARS!
THE 2004 STABLE OF STARS - CONSORT STUDY! PART ONE
THE 2004 STABLE OF STARS - CONSORT STUDY! PART TWO
THE 2002 KOREAN TANGO & CANARY BIRD EXHIBITION
THE 2002 HOUSE OF CRESTS STABLE OF STARS!
THE WINNER'S CIRCLE OF STARS! - Episode One
THE WINNER'S CIRCLE OF STARS! - Episode Two
THE WINNER'S CIRCLE OF STARS! - Episode Three
THE GALLERY OF STARS
THE GALLERY OF STARS - Page Two
THE GALLERY OF STARS - Page Three
THE GALLERY OF FLORAL STARS
HOW TO BUILD A BREEDING CAGE - PART ONE
HOW TO BUILD A BREEDING CAGE - PART TWO
THE GALLERY OF ARTICLES - Page One "ENVIRONMENT"
THE GALLERY OF ARTICLES - Page Two "KNOWLEDGE OF THE IDEAL"
THE GALLERY OF ARTICLES - Page Three "DIET PLAN - 2015"
THE GALLERY OF ARTICLES - Page Four "UNDERSTANDING FEATHER"
THE GALLERY OF ARTICLES - Page Five "CINNAMON & FAWN PAIRING"
THE GALLERY OF ARTICLES - Page Six "LAWS OF INHERITANCE - PART ONE"
THE GALLERY OF ARTICLES - Page Seven "LAWS OF INHERITANCE - PART TWO
THE GALLERY OF ARTICLES - Page Eight "HERE COME THE JUDGE!"
THE "NINE STEPS TO SUCCESS" ARTICLE!
THE GALLERY OF BANNERS & AWARDS
THE GALLERY OF LINKS
Top Left & Right Images: AZTEC WARRIOR by Jesus Helguera (1910-1971)
n/d, oil on canvas 52"x44" Collection Galas de Mexico, S.A.
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