Atvrs - Posted Nov 10th
so a question that may turn into a discussion, are Asil and Shamo truly stronger built compared to Thai to where in a no or minimal handling scenario, they could be more trusted than the Thai? And, in addition to no or minimal wash/rest/handling times, all the conditioning received is just fly and scratch pen with routine things like swing-perch. In such a case would Thai still be safely, widely tagged "the best" in Tape? I just want to level the field in order to betterr understand these breeds and their strengths and weaknesses.
Also, if anyone wants to add where other breeds would fit in, like the Gadon and Braz.
IMO, with minimal handling, or even with training, its preposterous to say that we could make such a list about which is better then the next since there are so many variations within each breed and each individual bird is unique genetically. Even within the breeds, there are so many different lines and variations that are similar to another breed. so theres a lot of variables to consider. It hard to say Asil would beat Thai, or that Thai would beat Shamo. There are good birds within each breed so it really depends on the individual bird.