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    Daihonmei aquitori's Avatar
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    Saki Hiroshima's main lines for Kohak...

    Was wondering if there was anyone familar with Saki Hiroshima's Kohak bloodlines? I know the Benibana and Tsuke-Rose, but dont really know the difference between them.

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    Aquitori,

    the current electronic Rinko has an article "Sakai Fish Farms Spring Auction..." and includes a page full of pictures of the parent sets.

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    Aquitori-

    "Benibana and Tsuke-Rose" are not bloodlines. Sakai Hiroshima uses Matsunosuke female with Sensuke/Dainichi mix male.

    Mike Pfeffer

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    Okay those 2 names I mentioned are parents, not bloodline. But what did Saki Hiroshima use to make up these 2 famous parents...? And this years Jumbo Champion at the all Japan Show was from the Benibana line or Tsuke-Rose line?

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    If I'm not mistaken, the sandan kohaku is from Benibana. Also to answer the question regarding parent koi, that Benibana has the most amount of winning offspring. Although if you like body conformation to die for, I think tsuki tsuke rose offspring is the one to go with. Another famous kohaku bloodline is Fujiko. They do have quite a few parent kohaku now. To name a few Rose Queen, Beauty Rose, Benihanako, Benibana Daio, Rose Symbol. The main sanke bloodlines are Wakashoryu, Shobu, Kintaro. Then for showa are Popeye, Olive, Fuyo. These are some of Sakai Hiroshimas bloodline.

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    I've mentioned my gift kohauki from Hiroji sakai before. That koi took tategoi award as a two year old and was from rose. if i had to pick a favorite, it would be her....

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    Dick...nice avatar..I like alot. Bet you do to!

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    Thanks Dan! You can really see the blue in her. It seemed silly to hang on to the kindai showa for so long. I always associate your kohaku when i think of your hobby so why not asagi for mine.

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    "The main sanke bloodlines are Wakashoryu, Shobu, Kintaro. Then for showa are Popeye, Olive, Fuyo. These are some of Sakai Hiroshimas bloodline."

    Again, these are not bloodlines. they may be keito, but they are not bloodlines.

    Mike Pfeffer

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    doesn't keito mean lineage? Also the definition for bloodline is the descendant
    of an individual; lineage.

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