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I've been asked the question what is considered a true OFRN and Although I do not own an OFRN dog i will do my best to explain what I believe makes a great example of OFRN.
CH Crazy horse..
In 4 Gens
Red Danger 1xW contributes 75% the genetics from being the Father and Grandfather that was bred to his daughter Raspberry(50%) that was a result of Red DangerXScarlet so everything being Scarlet brings in the remaining 25%. Simple family breeding you might think? Nothing special? Let's jump to 6...
In 6 Gens
Duster appears 26x and contributes to 75% of the genetics throughout the pedigree. Just as much as Red Danger. Duster genes sit upfront at this angle as Geronimo II contributes to 12.5%. As much as a 3rd Gen Dog. Now let's jump to 8...
Duster Contributes to 81.641% of the genes, right now the influence is heavier than the Father. Geronimo II now gives 40.625%
If we bounce to 15...
Geronimo II now contributes 45% and his father Geronimo gives us 47%. Almost basically parents.
Jumping all the way to 15 Gens..
Duster 81% Geronimo 47.5% Geronimo II 45.4% Ferguson's Centipede 13% Iron Spike 9%
I'm leaving out a lot of names and numbers of Wallace and McCoy dogs as well but the point is the numbers remain consistent and grow appropriately to show the focus on family breeding to sustain type and performance. An OFRN in my opinion is a dog heavily influenced by notable or original dogs to the point where even decades back, they can ALL still map into each spot of the 4 Gens.
All opinions welcome.