My quarter horse Geldings breeding he has a spring bred Sire and a Halter horse dam
S: Instant ReactionS: Easy Dozen (IMP)S: Easy JetD: Twelve FiveD: Qahatika (IMP)S: Three OhsD: Vanya D: Dinki Di Magnolia Girl
S: Taradale TedS: Magnolia's Bill (IMP)D: Quarter EdwinaD: Brandywine Winging JetS: Jet Boom (IMP)D: Wingham Lass (FM)
Looking at the rest of the papers, the mare is out of -Bienvenue Lou Heros- who then continues down the line to -Lou- and finally -Deland de Cap Rouge- which I believe is as far as the lines go. Only a handful of studs were used back in the day when the breeding was started so technically most horses are all related in some way, shape and form.
TJ is by Jillis 301 (known for his character ... here's his Webpage):
And out of a mare by Oege 267 Pref (known for HAIR):
He has good breeding, with a 3.12% co-efficent and a Full Motherline (Ster-Ster-Ster Preferent-Model Preferent) from Stam Line 12 (which produced such approved stallions as Jildert 299, Weird 409, Abe 346 and Marten 377 et cetera). Here's his Full Pedigree.
My Appy mare is mostly QH by breeding, though she has full Appy papers because of mottling and faint roaning. Her registered name is Distinct Impression. Her sire was Impressive Tim, an ApHC son of Impressive and grandson of Hayes Roman Cloud. Her dam was Bolero's Okie, with no greats upclose, but she had Joker B, Yellow Wolf, and Oklahoma Star in her 4th generation and Top Deck in her 5th generation. Distinct Impression Appaloosa
My Husband's gelding is an Anglo Arabian, registered name A Sspecial Mark (barn name, Mark). His sire is Signature, a SON of Bay el Bey and a grandson of Bask. His granddam (mated to Bask) is a daughter of Aarief, who was a son of Raffles. His dam had Nasrullah in her 4th generation by way of Red God and Blushing Groom. She also has some old greats like Tom Rolfe and Aristophanes in her 4th generation. a Sspecial Mark Other
Here is a picture of both of them, turned out for some free lunging before a trail ride. Bridgette (the Appy) is in the lead.
Bridgette actyally will slim up nicely for an English "look". Here she is with my daughter during a pro-photo shoot last June. She slimmed up with a lot of riding during the spring and early summer.
A cute shot of my husband riding Mark during one of his first under saddle lessons (the horse that is, lol).
ETA: Woops! No photos of either parents for my mare. Here's a photo of the Arabian stallion Ssignature, sire to my husband's horse. He's still alive and breeding at age 28 here in Arkansas! This photo is of him as a young horse, 2 or 3 I believe, when he was shown halter (just locally, he never made it to Arabian shows, due to an abusive trainer).