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post #11 of 24 Old 01-23-2012, 06:55 PM Thread Starter
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Yes I have tried her on barrels, I've tried her on everything I could get my hands on LOL. She loves speed events, especially jumpers and poles. She just needs more training to really excel at barrels. Heck, she's even beginning sliding stops right now.

If you go back a little further on her TB side, she is directly related to War Admiral (not that it's rare) and has some other names that lead to really good racers. I'm just happy she is a versatile horse, a little attitude mixed in, but a nice girl anyway.

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post #12 of 24 Old 01-23-2012, 10:24 PM
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You have a very well bred horse and should be a very versatile horse in what ever direction you choose to take the horse.
Drumrunner, I just have never heard the term barrelbred, When I was breeding QH's they were either cow bred,cutting, reining, roping, halter or race bred, and were champions in one or more of these, there was never any mention about barrelbred, so I learned something new today, Thank You Laurie
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post #13 of 24 Old 01-23-2012, 10:44 PM
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You have a very well bred horse and should be a very versatile horse in what ever direction you choose to take the horse.
Drumrunner, I just have never heard the term barrelbred, When I was breeding QH's they were either cow bred,cutting, reining, roping, halter or race bred, and were champions in one or more of these, there was never any mention about barrelbred, so I learned something new today, Thank You Laurie
No problem..and I completely agree with you..The OP's horse should be very versatile and probably an awesome all around horse..

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Thanks for the help everyone!
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post #15 of 24 Old 01-24-2012, 10:10 PM
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Actually, she looks like a TB when she's in really good shape. Super fast and she actually is a decent jumper too. She also had a high enough percentage to get her registered as an appendix.
The % of TB has no barring on her being Appendix or not. It is just that the horses between her and the TB in her pedigree has not been advanced.

That being said. She has mostliy cutting lines with a bit of TB. This type of mix does make a nice speed event horse.

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post #16 of 24 Old 01-24-2012, 11:06 PM
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I agree with everyone's posts that you have a very well bred mare that should excel in anything you ask of her!

She should make a really nice cowhorse with her cutting lines but should also excel in speed events as her bloodlines go back to a lot of older QH race lines (+ the added TB).

A lot a barrel racers like the cow/running mix as they tend to have a more solid bone to them and can handle the constant pounding of barrel racing better than a fine boned horse can.

Have you tried her on cows yet? She could make a really nice penner
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post #17 of 24 Old 01-24-2012, 11:42 PM
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cutter on top,but doc bar never cut a cow.the cutting comes from poco lena and her babies like dry doc,1971 futurity champion.and running blood on the bottom.
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Doc Bar may not have been a performance horse but his offspring revolutionized the cutting horse industry. His offspring made it what it is today IMO...He didn't make it into the AQHA Hall of Fame for nothing.

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all he threw was confirmation and disposition.the mares he bred to were the cutters and performance horses.
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all he threw was confirmation and disposition.the mares he bred to were the cutters and performance horses.
Right..Well we all have our opinions...
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