My link probably easier to read and understand.. PEDIGREE RECORD © 2008, AQHA. All Rights Reserved.
That's a loooott of TB mixed in there..He should be very quick if he has good conformation and mindset that can handle it. I'm not great with TB lines but I do recognize Raise A Native and Native Dancer. Both were great TBs...Bold Ruler is the horse that really jumps out at me though. He is the sire of Secretariat. While Bold Ruler was known for his speed he couldn't maintain that speed in the longer distance races. Native Dancer -
Breeder/Owner: Alfred G. Vanderbilt
Won: Futurity S., East View S., Hopeful S., Saratoga Special, Youthful S., Grand Union Hotel S., Flash S., Preakness S., Belmont S., Wood Memorial H., American Derby, Arlington Classic, Dwyer S., Gotham S., Travers S., Withers S., Metropolitan H.
2nd in Kentucky Derby, his only loss.
Champion Two Year Old, 1952.
Champion Three Year Old, 1953.
Champion Older Male & Horse of the Year, 1954.
Hall of Fame inductee, 1963.
One of the most dominant sires of the second half of the 20th Century. Raise A Native -
Champion 2yo, 4-4-0-0, $45,955.
Raise A Native is one of the most influential Thoroughbred sires of all time, like his sire Native Dancer.
Raise A Native sired Alydar, the only horse to finish second in all three Triple Crown Races (1978).
Raise A Native is the grandsire of Affirmed, the 11th and latest Triple Crown Winner in America.
Raise A Native sired Mr. Prospector, who sired 1 winner of each of the Triple Crown races, and is a desired bloodline in todays Thoroughbreds.
Raise A Natives sire Native Dancer sired Nijinsky, (AKA Nijinsky II in USA) one of the English Triple Crown winners, and a champion sire.
Raise A Natives 4xGreat Grandsire Phalaris is the 4xGreat Grandsire of Bold Ruler, the sire of the legendary 9th American Triple Crown Winner Secretariat.
Raise A Native is a relative of War Admiral, the 4th American Triple Crown Winner, with his dams damsire American Flag, sired by Man O War, the sire of War Admiral.
Raise A Natives damisires sire is Teddy, the great-grandsire of the 8th American Triple Crown Winner, Citation.
The impact that Raise A Native has stamped on the Thoroughbred world is enormous, and Raise A Native will be remembered, just as his sire Native Dancer is. Bold Ruler -
Breeder/Owner: Wheatley Stable
33-23-4-2, $764,204. Won: Futurity Stakes, Preakness Stakes, Bahamas Stakes, Flamingo Stakes, Wood Memorial, Queens County Handicap, Stymie Handicap, Carter Handicap, Suburban Handicap, Toboggan Handicap.
U.S. 3-Yr-Old Champion Male (1957) U.S. Horse of the Year (1957) U.S. Champion Sprint Horse (1958) Leading sire in North America (1963-1969, 1973) U.S. Racing Hall of Fame (1973)
As far as the QH lines go they are pretty good..Here is some more information on the QHs The Invester -
AQHA Hall of Fame Horse. AQHA Champion. Superior Halter. 75% NFQHA Blood. With 29 foal crops, The Invester stood out as a sire as well, 687 Performance Point-Earners, 21,029 Performance Points Earned, 143 of his foals earned Superiors, 4 World Champions, and 11 AQHA Champions. Not bad for a horse that was going to be a Halter horse. The Invester was indeed a Halter horse, earning His Superior in Halter, and so did His foals, 158 as a matter of fact, earning a total of 1476 Halter Points, but that wasn’t all. The Invester produced 4 Youth Champions, 4 Superior Halter Champions, and 3 High-Point Winners, and $313,220.00 in NSBA earnings. The Invester also made His mark in the cutting ring, with over $12,000 in NCHA earnings back in the days when $1000.00 dollar purse was huge. His greatest claim to fame was his pleasure horses, in 1980 6 of His get placed in the All- American Quarter Horse Congress 2 year old snaffle bit futurity, taking home 58 percent of the total class purse, $55,390.00. Investers Choice -
AQHA H-4/P-73, Superior Western Pleasure,Superior Performance, ROM Performance, SIRE OF: Top Ten World Show, Superior Performance, ROM Halter, ROM Performance, NSBA Money Earning, Halter & Performance Point Earning Offspring.