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post #1 of 18 Old 01-02-2010, 02:38 PM Thread Starter
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Finding decendents of a mare?

Is it possible to find decendents of a particular quarter horse mare? She was AQHA registered.

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post #2 of 18 Old 01-02-2010, 02:50 PM
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Yes just pull her AQHA produce record. It will give you all her registered AQHA foals. Then you can go from there. You just need to look.

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Yes just pull her AQHA produce record. It will give you all her registered AQHA foals. Then you can go from there. You just need to look.
I am currently not a member of AQHA...would that matter? Her name was Computing Carla. (not sure what her breeding was or if she has passed away or not.) I was curious to see if she ever had any babies. She was my very first horse. My parents sold her when I turned 19.

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Computing carla qh gray mare 05/01/1986

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She has no produce record through AQHA.

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Wow...that was along time ago, lol. Definitely showing my age. Ok. Thank you so much for taking the time to look. I sure do appreciate it.

If you were wondering what she looked like or who you looking it up for. This was me in 1991.


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Oh my gosh she was/is gorgeous!! She has such a sweet face!

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if you had her sire and dams name I could also check.
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I'm sorry..I don't have her parents names. :( I was just hoping to know if she was still alive, if maybe she had offpsring...and of course it would be nice to know if somehow she's related to Lillie and Lyric.

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well im sorry but if you don't know her sire, dam or her breeding name then it is unlikely that you will find anything :(. I put 'Computing Carla' into All Breed Pedigree Query and nothing showed. If you do find out any more information then I would recomed this site, this is my horse's pedigree and it is in great detail with pictures too http://www.allbreedpedigree.com/country+man3

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