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post #1 of 7 Old 07-09-2012, 05:19 PM Thread Starter
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QH Bloodlines?

I always find different generations of horses fascinating, but when it comes to my mare, I'm at a loss for her bloodlines. I know that her sire is purebred QH with good reining blood, but the only thing I know about her dam is that she has some TB down a generation or two. Anyone want to give me they're thoughts on Moonie's bloodlines? :) Thanks!

Sire-Ray Gay Quixote
Ray Gay Quixote Quarter Horse

Dam-Docs De Bar
Docs De Bar Quarter Horse

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post #2 of 7 Old 07-10-2012, 12:30 PM
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Her sires is a good reining horse. Over $100,000 in earnings and futurity winner. And you have other reining horses on the pedigree.
You have good TB running blood in there. Three Bars to be exact. He is in there 3 times.
Looks like you should have a good reining horse. I like the OLD breeding.
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Thank you! Yes, she was trained for Reining, and I'd love to try it later on, but right now we're doing something a bit closer to barrel racing.

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Thank you! Yes, she was trained for Reining, and I'd love to try it later on, but right now we're doing something a bit closer to barrel racing.
With that three bars in there that close i bet she can run.
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Not bad at all. She shares a lot of links with my mare. =)

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CB-Yes, she is a pretty good runner. We're still getting her conditioned and what not, but she is pretty fast, and with all the reining blood, her turns are pretty nice, also.

TA-That's awesome! And thank you, the way I see it, her first owner put some thought into who she was breeding her mare to. :)

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post #7 of 7 Old 07-10-2012, 02:12 PM
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Definitely. I love bloodlines that reflect the careful thought put into matches.

My mare didn't branch off into the running lines, though. They aimed for cowy line and stuck by their guns. I hope to continue that and put some quality mares into the mix. Mares never get their due respect!
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