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post #1 of 7 Old 12-27-2010, 08:31 PM Thread Starter
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What are the odds?

First...if you want to renew yourself on how I got Errowyn, I'll wait right here for you to check out: Look what fell into my lap yesterday

Ok. Now that you've read her story. Here's my question...or thought.

You know how I got her, well, when I asked for information regarding her parents, I was told her sire was Blue Quincy Doc and her dam was Wranglers Doc. Unfortunately I couldn't find anything on Wranglers Doc except that he was a sire. (?)

Today, looking at the scrap paper that I got as the "bill of sale", (it's only 1/2 a sheet of paper) I am wondering if it happens to be the paperwork that they got back from the office when they told them they were pulling her from the auction. What are the odds that they happened to have a piece of scratch paper on hand referring to a blue roan filly and they just happen to be selling me a blue roan filly.

Anyways, I'm wondering if what is on the back of the paper, is actually her pedigree. Here are the names on the paper.

First set: (s) Tweety boy Blue (d) Iza Goodun
Second set: (s) Leo Hancock Hayes (d) Little Easy Ann and Blue Lander
Third set: (s) Hancocks Blue boy, Blue Valentine and Easy Toro (d) Pawner bucky, doll 01, Three Anns


(color coded so you know who was bred to whom.)

Is there ANY way that there is a way to piece together her pedigree and find out if I can get papers on her? Figured there were some background gurus and folks that know more about registering that might know or be able to let me know if this is a long shot or not.

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post #2 of 7 Old 12-27-2010, 08:39 PM Thread Starter
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The pedigree on the back side:

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post #3 of 7 Old 12-31-2010, 03:21 AM
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here is tweety boy blue

Tweety Boy Blue Quarter Horse

and here is Iza Goodun

Iza Goodun

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Thanks for a great lead!! I would have never figured out the first name on that paper. (Tweety Boy Blue)

Called and left a msg with some folks to see if I can trace her back to them.

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I was super excited. Hoping that Errowyn indeed had this pedigree. But after talking to the folks who own Tweety Boy Blue, she is not from this breeding. This breeding ended up with an 09 blue roan colt who went down to Texas to be sold.

These people are amazing in that they said to send pictures and they would see if they could recognize her. Really great people. It was nice talking to them.

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That's great they're so willing to help you out, I hope you can trace her pedigree!
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post #7 of 7 Old 01-04-2011, 02:47 AM
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oh shoot thats to bad. Thats awsome that there going to help you out. I wonder why they wrote that breeding on the back of the papers....

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