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post #1 of 4 Old 03-01-2012, 01:26 PM Thread Starter
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Question Looking for line information

Looking for information on my mare, Sassy. She is a Standardbred, her sire is

Armbro Mackintosh Standardbred

Her dam is Wal Mac Betty:

sire: Ambro Wolf Missouri Fox Trotter
dam: Freeway Hal Standardbred

Does anyone know anything about Sassy's lines? I don't know ANYTHING about SB. According to allbreedpedigree, Wal Mac Betty's sire was a MFT. Can a registered SB have a MFT in the line? This is all so confusing!

If anyone can help me at all, I would really appreciate it! Thank you so much everyone

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Any chance that the MTF is not the actual sire but another horse with the same name? Allbreedpedigree has MANY repeat names, registered and grade of many different breeds. And not all horses have been entered in Allbreedpedigree. Just a thought, you might not be looking at the right horse, or information is entered wrong (since anyone can add and edit, even horses that were entered in by someone else.
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Any chance that the MTF is not the actual sire but another horse with the same name? Allbreedpedigree has MANY repeat names, registered and grade of many different breeds. And not all horses have been entered in Allbreedpedigree. Just a thought, you might not be looking at the right horse, or information is entered wrong (since anyone can add and edit, even horses that were entered in by someone else.
lol I just looked, the parents of that sire are both standardbreds, so I'm guessing it is an error.
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post #4 of 4 Old 03-02-2012, 02:26 PM Thread Starter
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No info on standardbreds? :(

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