The final tests of the GPS pigeon rings are being done. Soon there will be more than 200 pigeons equipment with GPS rings on each race.
602 pigeons were released at 7:20 in the morning (Central European Time). The morning in Tiszabecs was cold, only 11 C°, and the moderate north wind was blowing. The release was successful. Pigeons went quickly towards the West-West-North direction, which was less cloudy. The first pigeons came at 15. clock. The winner was Marko Goranič from Slovenia with the cock SLO-22-112-3805, which also won the 3-races CUP competition, Till the evening, 237 pigeons came; in the following days, over 400 pigeons returned . It was a very successful final event; the attendant crowd, the sport pigeon, lowers from Serbia, Croatia, Hungary, Austria, and Slovenia, enjoyed the arrivals.
Here is the list of free pigeons that anyone could activate for the final race. As you may know, there are 50 money prizes in the final race, but only activated pigeons can win it. We use the rule, first come - first serve. The activation fee for non-owner is 100 eur, and it has to be paid via bank transfer or PayPal. Only after the money lands will the pigeon be activated. Please write the number of pigeons in the subject (money transfer protocol) or send us this information per email. The list will be updated promptly. Good luck!
With 1 week's delay, we start with pre-trainings, in order to get ready in time for the first race at the end of the month.. On the pre-trainings (pre-training = < 30km), birds will be released in 2 groups in 30 minutes time difference. For pre-trainings we will not publish official arrival lists, however, you can watch live streaming. Streaming of all pre-training will be saved on youtube and you can watch it also for the past. Schedule of pre-trainings in the next two weeks: 12.7.2022 - 4km 15.7.2022 - 6km 18.7.2022 - 10km 20.7.2022 - 16km 22.7.2022 - 25km After that, we will have our first official training from 60km. A schedule of training and races you can find in the race section.
We publish the first loft list of the 2022 AviRings Derby edition. We collected 1357 pigeons on day 30.6. 2022 there were 1270 pigeons in the AviRings loft. On the published list, you will not find the participants with negative account balances, which means they didn't yet pay the participation fee. We would kindly ask them to do this as soon as possible.
AviRings Derby opens a new season 2022 You can find already the conditions for participation in the derby in 2022 on our homepage. We didn't change much, however we increased prize money. Please check our flyer and for the details the tender: https://derby.avirings.com/en/AviRingsDerby2022 2022 we expect around 1700 pigeons from best European fanciers!!! We are preparing also some new interesting features - you will enjoy!
Total Pigeons: 607 Total Fanciers: 157 The participants, who’s pigeons didn’t survive quarantine or are missing till publishing initial list (13.7.21), can free of charge send additional pigeon/s to the Avirings Derby next year – 2022. All the fanciers, all the pigeons at Derby should have fair chances to win. We want to bolster all fancier that lost their pigeons for various reasons before even game began. Please watch the livestream 7/24. We will have training twice a week in early hours, according to plan. We post the news also on WhatsApp and Facebook -AviRings Derby Group. AviRings Derby Team
The AviRings Derby 2021 will be a unique one loft race in many ways. First of all, it will be the very first race in Europe in which all racing pigeons will be wearing a GPS tracking ring, it will be the first race that will feature separation of the pigeons in the competition phase and it will also bring one more important difference in comparison to other similar derbies: loft darkening in the training phase. This will ensure fair conditions for all pigeons participating in the competitions, keep your pigeon champions in the best possible shape for the finals and raise the entire competition to a whole new level. Are you ready to find out more?
When your pigeons are at a race, you probably feel a bit restless. How are they doing, what’s happening with them and are they doing well at races? All these are the usual questions all pigeon fanciers ask themselves during the races, but we’ve got some great news: at the AviRings Derby 2021, you won’t have to ask yourself these questions – because you will already have all the answers.
Widowhood is a well-known concept in the world of modern pigeon racing; almost every pigeon fancier practises it in one form or another. However, most racing pigeons are only separated by gender once they reach adulthood. At the AviRings Derby 2021, we’ve decided to take things one step further to make the pigeons even faster and guarantee that they can go even further. This means that the pigeons in the race will be separated by gender as soon as they reach sexual maturity.