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It loos like a giraffe crossed with a homing pigeon. It must have a racing band on its leg to be a racing pigeon. In the United States the race bands are either AU, IF, or CU. Is this bird banded?
 

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It loos like a giraffe crossed with a homing pigeon. It must have a racing band on its leg to be a racing pigeon. In the United States the race bands are either AU, IF, or CU. Is this bird banded?
No band on it's leg I buy it from local pigeon seller
 

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Yes, you can train them for a race, but that doesn't mean they will be able to perform, as you say, racer pigeons need to have a bloodline and genetics to have the ability's to compete.
If that is your interest, I would make sure you know what type of bird you want before buying.

Good Luck
 

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It appears to be a racing homer, but I could not tell you the exact type, because I would need to know the blood line or pedigree information. But at this point it’s safe to assume you have a racing homer.

Good Luck with him, it looks like a nice bird.
 

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It appears to be a racing homer, but I could not tell you the exact type, because I would need to know the blood line or pedigree information. But at this point it’s safe to assume you have a racing homer.

Good Luck with him, it looks like a nice bird.
In my country racer pigeon are not banded
 
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