Racing Pigeons - The Racing Systems

 
 
 
 
 
 
Racing pigeons advice


                                  The Widowhood System
 
In the begining of the year you will start making the pairings for the widowhood cocks .After mating, and the first batch of eggs have hatched, the pair will rear one youngster only (at least that what i do). After they ve finished rearing,the hen will be removed on a different loft and the cocks will remain on the loft without any bowl in his box .
 
Letting the cock to finish the rearing is very important as this will make him very
attracted by his nest . 
 
Begin the training with your pigeons as described in the Training Topic .
Be consistent in your training as this is very important and you need to make sure that your pigeons are in top condition for their first race.
 
In the day of basketing your pigeons will stay inside the loft ...One hour before you put them into the basket you will  place the bowls back in the cocks box and then you will bring the exact hen that he was rearing the youngster with ,after you will lock them inside the box with no posibility to exit the box and let them for an hour together.
 
 
After one hour you will take the cock FIRST and place him into the basket...cocks are going ,hens are staying home. When you return home you will take the hens out and put them back into their loft or you can just leave them inside the loft by opening the boxes out .
 
It`s the day race ...One hour before the pigeons arrive home (in normal weather conditions a pigeon can reach 80-85 km /hour speed...you will take the hens back and place them inside the half box where the bowl is... lock her inside .
 
HERE is your first pigeon arrived on the landing board fro the race...he steps inside ,he sees the hen  - his REWARD ,he flies right to her on the other half of the box and he starts diplaying,go inside the loft and put the cock together with the hen and let them sit in the bowl for 1 hour with the box locked .after one hour take the hen out and put her in her loft and let the cock out from the box .
 
This is the widowhood system my friend and you can do exactly the same thing with the HENS ...

 

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                              The Darkness System
 
 

The Darkening System is a pigeon racing training technique wich is very offen applied to young birds right after you ve separated them from their parents. What is actually doing  is accelerating the process of maturity by making it happening faster,BUT also DELAYING  the moult of  the pigeon's body feathers, and  of course keeping the flight feathers. The advantages of  doing this is that your pigeon will become  bigger, stronger, and faster on a shorter period of time than normal (if you apply this system you will be able to notice that the flyight feathers don t moult and so there will be no gaps on your pigeons wings to slow them down on the racing season) ...wich will give you an extremely high advantage over other fanciers wich are not using this system.

Because this birds are getting mature very fast their sexual life develops at the same rate and speed  and if you have planned to use the widowhood racing   method, you can apply it  without any problem on these young birds and the results will not disapoint you .

  Another fantastic advantage that this system has to offer is that there seems to be less health problems in the pigeon that under go this system. Many fanciers have reported that they have notices less health issues in their pigeons that have gone through the Darkening System, than pigeons that have not .Also their immune  system will develop much faster  and will be able to fight against diseases.

One of the disadvantages of the Darkening System is that occasionally the pigeon will start to lose their flight feathers near the end of the season. This is not a common occurrence, but does happen however.

To make the loft dark, you have to use blindings but also at the same time the way your loft is built should provide a lot of ventilation for your young birds.

Right after you ve separated the young birds from their parents you can start apply the darkening system by creating the darkness into your loft from 16.00 pm - 9.00 am the next day . You will want to do this for around 3 months to get the full effect. That is the basics of the Darkening System... best of luck...

I ve allready presented the young birds training in the home page ...please take a look at it...here

 

 
 
 
                                                                The Natural System 
 
The natural system is very often used on both cocks and hens with very good results for hens in the long and maraton distance races.If you don t have a lot of time to spend with your pigeons than this is your system and if you apply it the right way i repeat especialy on the hens ,then the results can be amazing.
 
The pigeons will be paired up and race on the eggs and youngsters .
For the cocks the best position to race them is when they been sitting on eggs for 8- 14 days maximum
For the hens the best position is on the eggs 8-14  days but even better results are obtain when raced on one youngster 5-10 days old ,when her parenthood instincts are at the top.
 
For the pigeons to arrive on this positions you will need to plan you pairing accordingly for the special races.I personaly use this system only for the hens on long and marathon distances on  5 days youngster .

                                                    
                                                                    Jealousy System
 
This system will require more work from your side and here is how i  recomend you do it .
You ll need to have for example three boxes on the shelf...on the left  side will be the box for the cock nr 1, in the middle the box for the hen ,and on  the right the box for the cock nr 2.
 
One hour before basketing you will place the cock nr1 in the hen box together with the hen ...cock nr 2 will see the two together but can not enter inside the hen box ,leave the cock nr 1 with the hen for 10 minutes ,take him out and put him back on his box ...now take the cock nr 2 and put it together with the hen and let them 25 minutes together ,all this time cock nr 1 will see them together but won t be able to access the hen box .After 25 minutes take the cock nr 2 and put it in the basket nr 1 .
After that you will place in the hen box cock nr 1 and leave them for 25 minutes together...after 25 minutes take the cock nr 1 and put on a different basket (basket nr 2).
 
The reason you need to put them on different baskets is because these two cocks will be really jealouse to eachother and you don t want them to give them the oportunity to fight eachother by placing them on the same basket.
 
You can apply the same system for the hens jealousy .
 
When the cocks arrive home from the race you will let them have 30 min each with the hen after that you will remove the hen and put it in her loft until the next race arrive.During the week the hens box remains close and none of the cocks can access it.

 

 
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                                        Celibacy System
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
" A true fancier is the one who`s birds are always on top, whether they race under his management or somebody elses generation after generation,a true fancier is the one who love competitions and speak highly about his competitors ...Above all ,a true fancier is the one who teach others into the sport and gladly talk about his winning ways "
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