Originally Posted by kctop72
The link was supplied so the op could see what came up for the horses listed and use the link to look up any other horse.
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Yes, but she also didn't state whether the horses posted were the sire and dam of her horse, just that they were on it's pedigree..What f these are horses generations back that she just picked out? There could be more in between those horses...
This is what I've gotten so far with the names provided.. Miss Silver Lopez
She goes back to Azure Te in her 4th generation and he was an awesome horse. He is actually my mare's great grandsire.
A little information on Azure Te - Raced 3 years
At 2, 2nd Hollywood Juvenile Championship (75,000), Del Mar Futurity (50,000)
At 3, Won Hollywood Express H (25,000), Debonair S (25,000), 2nd Oceanside H (15,000)
At 4, Won Lakes And Flowers H (20,000), 2nd Hollywood Express H (25,000)
Leading sire of money earnings and had one of the greatest impacts in history on the improvement of the Quarter Horse breed
Offspring are known for their speed, versatility, conformation and good minds
Leading sire of money earners, leading sire for All-American Futurity finalists, & the list of all-time leading broodmare money earners
17 crops, 1070 foals, 839 starters, 580 winners, 46 stakes winners, 50 stakes placers, 623 ROMs, 53 Superior Race Awards
Miss Silver Lopez also has the son of Azure Te named Te N Te
..He was also a nice horse..
More information about Te N Te - H- 22.0 P- 0.0 World Champion Offspring Reserve World Champion Offspring Superior Halter Offspring Superior Performance Offspring AQHA Champion Offspring ROM Halter Offspring ROM Performance Offspring Race ROM Offspring Race Money-earners Te N Te, a 1973 bay stallion, has 22 AQHA open halter points. He sired 551 registered Quarter Horses, among them AQHA champions and offspring with performance ROMs. Poco Bueno
- Breeder: Jess Hankins, Rocksprings, TX. Owner: E. P. Waggoner, Ft. Worth, TX. 100% Foundation H-37.0/P-8.0 AQHA Champion/ROM Arena/Hall of Fame Sire of AQHA Chs/ROM Arena/Pro.Dghts/etc. HERDA Carrier
He was grand champion stallion at Denvers National Western Stock Show, the Southwestern Exposition and Fat Stock Show in Fort Worth, State Fair of Texas in Dallas and the American Royal Livestock Show in Kansas City. As a 4-year-old, in 1948, Poco Bueno started his performance career as a cutting horse, and his amazing ability helped him to quickly acquire an impressive record - and a legion of fans. He was the first quarter horse to be insured for $100,000.00. Poco Bueno died November 28, 1969 and Mr. Waggoner left specific instructions in his will that Poco Bueno was to be buried in a standing position in a grave across from the ranch entrance on Hwy. 283.
More info can be found at Waggoners Poco Bueno Info King
- Breeder: Burney James, Encinal, TX. Owner: Jess Hankins, Rocksprings, TX. 100%fnd
AQHA Hall of Fame Died 1958 A L.M. Gdsire ROM Race, A Leading sire/Maternal G.Sire AQHA CHs. & ROM Arena
Sire Of 2 AQHA HofF: Poco Bueno & Royal King
658 foals, 218 performers from 23 crops. 35 race starters, 17 winners, 44 wins, 12 ROM/183 show performers, 104 hlt.pt. (1,088 pts); 107 perf.pt.-earners (2,061 pts)
147 total pt-earners with a total of 3,149 points All Divisions combined. Wimpy
- Breeder/Owner: King Ranch, Kingsville, TX.
Later owned by: George Clegg, and last Rex Cauble, Houston, TX.
He achieved everlasting recognition by being awarded the number P-1 in the AQHA registry
1941 Fort Worth Exposition and Fat Stock Show Grand Champion Stallion
Sire of 174 registered foals; 1 AQHA Champion, 13 hlt.pt. Earners, 2 Supr.Hlt. Awards, 4 perf.pt. Earners, 1 Supr.perf. Award, 4 Perf. ROMs, and 1 race starter.
Died Aug 13, 1959 Inducted into AQHA Hall of Fame 1989 Legends8
Then you have Par For The Course
, full brother to Zan Parr Bar World Champion halter horse 1977
He also has there names on his pedigree who stand out to me when I look over his pedigree. Three Bar
s - 28-12-3-1, $20,840. Won: Speed Handicap
The leading sire of racing Quarter Horses for many years. American Quarter Horse Hall of Fame 1989. Died April 6, 1968. Three Bars was the sire of 29 AQHA Champions, 4 AQHA Supreme Champions, 317 Racing Register of Merit earners, and his foals earned more than $3 million.
Par For The Course's sire - Par Three
AQHA H-52/P-0Superior Halter-Open. Sired 593 Foals,133 Performers,8 Race Starters,1 Race Winner,2 ROM Race,$612,93 Shown earned AQHA H-1459.5/P-2502.5,45 ROM Performance,11 AQHA Champions,8 Superior Halter,8 Superior Performance,6 AQHA World Champions,1 AQHA World Reserve Champion,NCHA $2,305,NRHA $13,190,NRCHA $871.
He also has Poco Bueno in his fifth generation line up, I've already added information about him above..