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PorukaPoslano: Srijeda 11.02.2009. 13:46    Subject: Birmingham roller - BR Odgovor sa citatom

BIRMINGHAM ROLLER

Birmingham roller je najzastupljenija rasa prevrtača (rolera) na svijetu. Nastao je u Engleskoj, u okolini i u samom gradu Birmingemu po kome je i dobio naziv. Uzgaja ga veliki broj uzgajivača rasutih po cijelom svijetu od Europe, Amerike, Afrike, Australije, Azije… Uzgajivači i ljubitelji ove rase su okupljeni u specijaliziranim klubovima i sijvetskim asocijacijama.
Na prostorima bivše Jugoslavije su se prvi put pojavili 1980. godine kada su ih iz Njemačke zajedno uvezli Miodrag Vojnović i Vukašin Pejčić, od poznatog odgajivača Fritza Leibolda.

Let i prevrtanje:

Birmingham roller je selektiran i uzgajan da bi se stvorio vrhunski sportski letač i prevrtač, tj. roler. Leti na srednjim i većim visinama, zadržavajući se u zraku po nekoliko sati. Sama riječ roler govori da, prevrćući se, birmingemski roler rola izuzetno brzo u serijama od 3 metra do 10-30 metara. Postoje primjerci koji rolaju bezbroj puta do same zemlje. Rolaju isključivo unazad preko repa izuzetno brzo, eksplozivno i u velikim serijama. Gledajući sa zemlje, promatrač ima utisak da vidi loptu perja koja podseća na slovo “o”. Rolanje je tako brzo da se ne može prepoznati figura goluba. Rolanje treba biti što češće, pravilno, čisto, eksplozivno, pravolinijsko u dubinu. Lete u jatu od 15 do 20 golubova. Ocjenjuje se grupno istovremeno prevrtanje (timski rad) najmanje 5 golubova u istom trenu i minimalne dubine 5 metara, a posebni bodovi (koeficijenti) se daju za kvalitetu i dubinu rolanja. Ovo je najatraktivnija i najraspreostranjenija rasa rolera kod ljubitelja sportskih prevrtača!
Brirmingham roller je najbolji svjetski roler i svojim prevrtačkim osobinama opravdava taj epitet.
Trenutnu najbolji svetski odgajivač ove rase prevrtača je Hajne Bijker iz Holandije.
Najpoznatiji odgajivači Birmingham roller-a kod nas okupljeni oko “Roler kluba Hrvatske” su: Miroslav Bunić, Mario Filipović, Branko Mastelić, Anton Matjanec, Mato Božić, i drugi … Posebno bih izdvojio našeg čovjeka čiji je doprinos u odgoju Birmingham roller-a nemerljiv, a to je Ferid Čatak, svjetski prvak 2oo6.!!!

(Tekst u originalu preuzet sa sita Roller kluba Srbije i prerađen.)



Pocetkom industrijalizacije u 18 stoljecu mnogi farmeri su napustili svoje farme i otisli u gradove da bi radili kao radnici.Grad Birmingham koji je u to vrijeme brojio 71000 stanovnika ubrzo je porastao na 50000. Posto su farmeri bili dosta vezani za prirodu i uzgoj zivotinja, to su u novim prilikama poceli sa uzgojem pasa , golubova i drugih zivotinja. Posto je medu radnicima postojala privrzenost opklada i takmicenja , to su poceli ciniti sa golubovima.Onaj , koji je imao najbrzeg i najdubljerolajuceg goluba triumfirao je nad susjedima. Posto u to vrijeme u cijeloj Engleskoj su bili rasireni timleri, trebalo je ovakve golubove ograniciti , pa su gha zato nazvali"Rollers of Birmingham" i odatle se razvila pasmina birmingenskog rolera.U samom pocetku je birmingenski roler bio samo na uzem podrucju Birmingham.Prva takmicenja su bila neorganizirana i pravila nisu bila jos pisana, tako da su puno puta usmeno mjenjana.U to vrijeme kod takmicenja u jednom predjelu grada bilo je bitno posjedovati jednog najboljeg goluba, a sto je povlacilo za sobom uzgoj takvog. Takav bi se golub pustao sa jos pratecim golubovima pred susjedima ili drugim uzgajateljima. Ovim se postavio preuvjet da se kroz rad u uzgoju uzgoje golubovi za konkurenciju. Golubovi sa dubokim rolom bili su u predjelima gdje je bila manja izgradenost, docim u centrima sa vecom izgradenoscu preferirali su golubovi sa brzim rolom.Prva organizirana takmicenja su oko 1921 godine, poslije uvodenja zatvorenih prstenova sa 20 golubova u duzini leta od 20 minuta i sinhrono rolanje se ocjenjivalo.Do 1920 godine se birmingenski iskljucivo uzgajao za let, a poslije toga odvojila se jedna grupa za izlozbene svrhe. Medutim ova prva grupa prevagnula u brojnosti. Za povijest razvoja birmingenskog mora se spomenuti i SAD.Prvi golubovi iz Birmingham su stigli preko Kanade u Sjevernu Ameriku.Prve metropole Pensylvania i Ohio. Importirani su oko 1870 godine. Prvi put se na jednoj izlozbi ovi golubovi u Sad spominju 1881 godine.Oko 1890 godine popularitet ovog goluba uzima sve vise zamaha.Do 1930 godine su Amerikanci favorizirali golubove visokog leta i dubokog rola i duzin leta od 3-4 sata. Oko 1932 godine dolazi do velikog preokreta kada je jedan katolicki svecenik importirao golubove od Pensom. Iz ovih golubova su proizasli golubovi vrhunskih kvaliteta i dobri prenosioci genetskih osobina, tako da su ovi golubovi poboljsali linije dosadasnjig golubova.Golubovi od Pensoma su se razlikovali od amerckih da su brze , uze i ne tako duboko rolovali i vrijeme leta krace od 20-60 minuta.Nakon ovoga polarizirali su se americki uzgajatelji u dva pravca, jedan pravac duboko rolajuceg i oznacili su ga kao North American Roller , koji leti u labavijoj formaciji i nesto se razlikuje i po izgledu od engleskog tipa.iz North American Roller vremenom su se kristalizirale tri varinte leta. Prva varianta let 50 do 150 golubova, u duzini leta do cetiri sata na vecoj visini i sa dubinom rola do 30 metara, druga varianta se razlikuje od prve samo u tome sto krace rola., treca grupa dugi let cak do 10 sati i rijetkim rolanjem.1935 godine je osnovan"United Roller Club of America" (URCA), koji koji je pod svojim okriljem imao imao pravac uzgoja americki , a i engleski.Cesto je dolazilo do krizanja ovih dviju grupa , a sto je imalo za posledicu stvaranja ubica iako americka grupa koja je dublje rolara imala kontrolu rola. Sve vise se prosirivao ovaj tip englesgog rolera , a smanjivao americki.Jedan od najvaznijih americkih klubova je stvaranje"National Birmingham Roller Club" (NBRC) 1961 godine i danas se ubraja u naveci. Oko 80 godine proslog stoljeca je statut NBRC reformiran i od tada se oni samo brinu za let.Danas postoji puno klubova koji se brinu za slijedece cetiri rase North American Roller, Whittingham Roller, Firebal Pensom Roller.

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BODY: Twenty Five Points
CONDITION: Thebird should feel hard in your hand, with a strong muscular body. Birdsfeeling fat and mushy should be considered out of show condition andpenalized accordingly. Birds with insufficient body should beconsidered out of show condition and penalized accordingly.
STRUCTURE:The overall shape of the body should be that of a wedge, starting withbroad shoulders and a deep chest, ending with a tight, narrow rump. Thebody should be sufficiently wedged shaped from front to rear so thatyou feel the bird will slip right through your hand leaving you withouteven a tail feather. When moving the hand under the keel from front torear, there should be one continuous unbroken contour with the keelending as closely to the end of the vent bones as possible. The keelstructure should not tuck up quickly into the body, thus creating ashort, round shape, but should follow through smoothly into the ventarea with strong flesh throughout to maintain the overall wedge shape.The keel bone itself should be smooth and straight; dents and/or curvesshould be considered faults. Excessive openness and/or weak flesh inthe vent area is a serious fault and should be penalized accordingly.


HEAD AND NECK: Twenty Five Points
HEAD:The profile of the head should start off with a definite break at theback of the wattle, with the front skull creating a 90-degree anglewith the centerline of the beak and eye. From here it should continueupward slightly and then curve backward abruptly until it reaches itshigh point above and just in front of the eye. The top line should thencontinue backward abruptly until it reaches its high point above andjust in front of the eye. The top line should then continue backward ina long graceful curve creating length to the back skull. The back skullshould then drop off in an abrupt curve flowing down and out into theneck creating a full cape ending at the bird’s back. There should be noflat spots in the profile of the head. When viewing the profile, thedistance from the center of the eye to the end of the back skull shouldbe twice that as from the front skull to the center of the eye. Topskull should not be lacking and should show sufficient height above theeye, but the head should not give the impression of being round. Whilein show station and in the hand, the bird will tuck its beak towardsits chest; thereby, moving the visual high point toward the end of theback skull. From the top view the head should be wedge shaped, startingwith a broad frontal and increasing in width as it reaches the backskull, the sides should not be parallel. Also from the top view theneck should be full in all directions. When viewed from the front theface should develop immediately behind the beak, flaring outward toestablish a wide full face. When viewed from the front the wedge shapeshould be obvious. Too narrow of a face or a “pinched” V-shaped face isa serious fault and should be penalized accordingly. Also a face thatis so wide as to prevent you from seeing a portion of both eyes whenviewed from straight on is a serious fault and should be penalizedaccordingly. The head should be viewed in the hand and in the judgingcoop; a head that loses shape and or size in the hand is a seriousfault and should be penalized accordingly.
NECK:The neck should join smoothly to the head and present a full appearancewith minimum under cut where the lower beak joins the neck. Theneckline should follow the profile without any sharp or sudden breaksto mar its continuity. The neck should give a full, powerfulappearance. The neck should be short rather than long; but a neck lessappearance in the cage should be avoided. In the hand, a minimal amountof neck should be displayed at all times. The neck should be smooth andfree of any roughness of feather. Creases are a serious fault andshould be penalized accordingly.
BEAK:Any color is acceptable. The beak setting should be such that when theline formed between the upper and lower mandibles is extended, itpasses through the center of the pupil. If the line were to pass underthe eye, the bird should be considered to too straight faced. Beingstraight faced or down faced is a fault and should be penalizedaccordingly. The upper and lower mandibles should be flush at the tipand should be of substance proportionate to the bird. Too fine or toocoarse of beak is a fault. The wattle should be such an integral partof the beak in structure as to go unnoticed. Rough, fleshy wattles area serious fault and should be penalized accordingly. The throat lineshould be clean with no signs of a gullet or feathers growingexcessively forward on the lower beak.
EYES:Any color eyes are acceptable but must be a matched pair. Eyes shouldbe bright and sparkling, exuding health. The pupils should be clear,round in shape and centered in the eye. The overall shape of the eyeshould be round. Excessive feathering around the eye, which gives theillusion of a sunken eye or one that is oval in shape, is a seriousfault and should be penalized accordingly. The eye cere should be of aminimum. Fleshy and/or red eye ceres are a serious fault and should bepenalized accordingly. Birds with lines or breaks in the pupil of theeye or odd eyes should be moved to the “Bad Eye” class if one isavailable, otherwise they should be disqualified. Bull eyed and darkeyed birds should not be penalized if lighting is inadequate to viewthe pupils.


CONFORMATION: Twenty Five Points
SHELL:The outer shell of the total bird should depict a well proportioned,balanced bird. The overall impression of the bird’s body should be oneof roundness, with a reverse “S” shape running from the front skullthrough the tail. When viewed from a profile there should be ¾” of bodyshowing below the wing. The body should also be of sufficient depthfrom the point where the neck meets the back to the point of the bellyjust in front of and below the wing butt to lend itself to overallroundness. A bird that is flat in the belly or gives a tubularappearance should be penalized accordingly.
RELAXED STATION:The natural station of the bird should be head up and tail down, with amaximum of 1” clearance between the end of the tail and the floor. Aline drawn from the most forward point of the wing butt through the endof the tail should maintain approximately a 30-degree angle with thefloor. A bird showing this line to be parallel has a serious fault andshould be penalized accordingly. A vertical line drawn through the eyedown to the floor should fall in the front half of the foot. The birdshould remain in this natural station whenever it is not beingaddressed by the judge.
SHOW STATION: Thebird should exhibit a natural showing ability, responding to thepresence of the judge without much prompting. When addressed by thejudge, the bird should pick up its head accentuating the lines andfullness of its head and neck and move its head back so that the eye isnow over the ball of the leading foot. In doing this, its chest shouldalso raise slightly causing its tail to drop closer to the floor. Thebird should not “hinge” or break at its rump; this is a serious faultand should be penalized accordingly. Slight contact with the floor isnot a fault, but pushing the tail into the floor and/or excessivefanning of the tail is a serious fault and should be penalizedaccordingly.
LEGS: Legsshould be sturdy, short and bent at a 60-degree angle. There should bea distance of not more than ¾” for cocks and ½” for hens from the floorto the bottom of the body. Straight legs and/or long legs are a seriousfault and should be penalized accordingly. The legs and feet should beclean, free of feathers, with a minimum of toenail.
WINGS: Thewings should be tightly folded against the body and appear integralwith it. They should rest upon the tail, with the flights ending 5/8”back from its tip when judged in hand. No feather should extend belowthe lower line of the primaries. The wing butts should blend insmoothly with the front of the chest. Each wing shall have tensecondary flights and ten primary flights. When the wing is extendedthe ends of the flights should form a convex curve. Each of the flightsshould overlap its adjacent flight throughout its entire length, withthe exception of the three outside primaries, which will show gapsbetween their ends. The flights should be side. Narrow and/or weakquilled flights are serious faults and should be penalized accordingly.
RUMP:The rump should be strong and narrow and conform to the general wedgeshape and symmetry of the body and tail. The body, rump and tail shouldtaper into the width of one tail feather. Wide rumps are a seriousfault and should be penalized accordingly.
TAIL: Thetail should be comprised of twelve feathers, strong in quill, tightlypacked in strong support feathers and extending in a one feather width5/8” past the wing tips. The tail should be at its narrowestapproximately ¼ of its length from the tip, forming what is commonlycalled “spoon” tail. A tail with less than twelve feathers should becompared to the overall natural molt and given consideration. A tailwith more than twelve feathers is a disqualification.
SIZE:The height should be 8” from the floor to the top of the head for cocksand 7-1/2” for hens. The length should be 10-1/2” from the chest to thetip of the tail for cocks and 9-1/2” for hens. The width, when measuredin a relaxed standing position should be 4-3/4” for cocks and 4-1/2”for hens. Weight for a bird in show condition should be 14 to 17 ouncesfor old cocks, 13 to 16 ounces for young cocks, 13 to 15 ½ ounces forold hens and 12 to 14-1/2 ounces for young hens. A bird of any givenage/sex group that is over the upper limit for that group is too fat ortoo large. A bird below the lower limit is too thin or too small. Bothcases are serious faults and should be penalized accordingly.
EXPRESSION:Expression is those attributes of the bird, which give it a verycaptivating presence in the show pen. Attributes such as eye and beakcolor combined with markings that give a bird that certain flash.Expression may also be seen in the way a bird presents itself in thejudging cage, such as a hen being especially flirtatious or a cockflexing his masculinity, making it very noticeable to an audience.Expression is not necessarily something you can touch; it is more of anoverall appeal to your senses.
DISPOSITION:The bird must be calm; definitely not wild or afraid. It may respond tothe judge with a bluff and display, but an extreme aggressive nature isnot desired. Wing slapping is not a fault unless it interferes with thejudges attempt to view the bird. The bird’s reaction should beappropriate for its sex; the cock should exude masculinity and the henfemininity. The hen may either become flirtatious or establish herterritory with a broody threat display. The cock should acknowledge thejudge’s presence in a more aloof, disdainful manner; elevating his neckand chest slightly and swelling himself up in a threat display.


FEATHER: Twenty Five Points
GENERAL:The entire bird from head to tail should be in perfect molt, creating afirm, smooth coat of feathers with a sheen and texture that reflectshealth, strength and maturity. There should be a minimum of loosenessof feathers under the rump. The feather structure must be strong inquill, springy and of sufficient length to cover the bird. If the birdhas not completed its molt, the time of year and the birds overallcondition should be taken into consideration.
COVER: The bird’s back should be completely covered with wide secondary feathers so that none of the back area is exposed.
CONDITION:The bird should be clean and free of parasites. There should not be anyevidence of parasites such as mite/lice holes. Such feather damage is aserious fault and should be penalized accordingly. The presence ofparasites (lice and/or mites etc.) on a bird is a disqualification andthe bird should be removed from the show.




Slika Standard Birmingham roller-a, mladi mužjak šampion 2008. Vlasnik Bruno Blaese!
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PorukaPoslano: Srijeda 11.02.2009. 14:17    Subject: Odgovor sa citatom

Moji BR




































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PorukaPoslano: Srijeda 11.02.2009. 14:22    Subject: Odgovor sa citatom

jato Brimingham rollera u brejku:



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PorukaPoslano: Srijeda 11.02.2009. 21:37    Subject: Odgovor sa citatom

pa od kada njih imas ,od koga si nabavio kakvi su za sada Cool
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PorukaPoslano: Srijeda 11.02.2009. 21:41    Subject: Odgovor sa citatom

kurtovic piše:
pa od kada njih imas ,od koga si nabavio kakvi su za sada Cool


Imam ih od ljetos, nabavio od Miroslava Bunića, predsjednika kluba, moram ga pitati pa ako dozvoli ču postaviti i njegove ptice da se vidi kako je on izveo bokseve i sve to.
Meni su super, još nisam počeo s treninzima, do sada sma nalegao maticu i na ljeto krećem s ozbiljnim radom Smile
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PorukaPoslano: Četvrtak 12.02.2009. 23:32    Subject: Odgovor sa citatom

Pozdrav M.

jako su ti lijepi br. nadam se da cu i ja uskoro u let sa njima, pa cu i ja uzivati u njihovim akrobacijama....

pozdrav i neka ti je puno mladih ove godine i nebo bez predatora
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PorukaPoslano: Četvrtak 12.02.2009. 23:34    Subject: Odgovor sa citatom

hvala prijatelju, stavi i ti koju sliku svojih ovdje i bokeseva ako si napravio....
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PorukaPoslano: Četvrtak 12.02.2009. 23:36    Subject: Odgovor sa citatom

Spike piše:
hvala prijatelju, stavi i ti koju sliku svojih ovdje i bokeseva ako si napravio....


sta da ja stavim svoju tugu, moje malene jadnicke bez prstenova, (ja ih skrivam, a onda cu te potuci do nogu)...

boksove cu si uskoro napraviti, nako kao ti ali samo sa tacnom Lol

a imam 2 para i 3 mlada, te mi opet 1 par lezi na jajima
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PorukaPoslano: Četvrtak 12.02.2009. 23:44    Subject: Odgovor sa citatom

Op op...ti si se pozurio..nekaaa..i ja uparujem ovaj vikend...a moram u Varaždin po još jedan par..heheheheh

Imaju i moji boksevi ladice sada hehe.....Razz
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PorukaPoslano: Četvrtak 12.02.2009. 23:45    Subject: Odgovor sa citatom

Spike piše:


Imaju i moji boksevi ladice sada hehe.....Razz


ma ljepse je njima bilo onako kao prije Lol Lol Lol

taman su naucili
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PorukaPoslano: Četvrtak 12.02.2009. 23:56    Subject: Odgovor sa citatom

boky_ piše:
Spike piše:


Imaju i moji boksevi ladice sada hehe.....Razz


ma ljepse je njima bilo onako kao prije Lol Lol Lol

taman su naucili


Pa odnednom su svi bili bijelo špricani..reko šta je ovo, golubovi mi počeli mijenjat boje ko kameleoni, mislio sam odma prijavit novu pasminu u savez....a onda me kiša zeznula..hehe
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PorukaPoslano: Petak 13.02.2009. 22:13    Subject: Odgovor sa citatom

BR mog prijatelja Miroslava Bunića iz Varaždina:















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PorukaPoslano: Petak 13.02.2009. 23:27    Subject: Odgovor sa citatom

Neke od mogučih izvedbi bokseva:
























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PorukaPoslano: Subota 14.02.2009. 21:29    Subject: Odgovor sa citatom

jako lijepi golubovi ,Spike ako neki budu trazili BR jel ih mogu uputiti na Bunica Cool ili na tebe
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PorukaPoslano: Nedjelja 15.02.2009. 2:27    Subject: Odgovor sa citatom

Hehe...prije na Bunića jer ja još uvjek ležem za sebe...od sljedece godine ko je bliži Varaždinu ide k njemu, a ko Sisku ide k meni... Wink
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