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    05-15-2013, 09:03 PM
  #1
Weanling
Good lines?

Hello QH peeps! I have two QH mares and I was wondering if you could tell me if they have good "lines" or not? I do not show and you can't ride papers, but I love history and to me this is History.

My mare is Holis Dun In Stripes

My newest little mare is Miss Coy Cameo who may or may not be bred to Bleau Onyx. I did not breed her, she came to me that way. So I might as well know a bit about her.

Would love to hear from some of you if either of these mares have a good history.

Thanks!
     
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    05-16-2013, 12:27 PM
  #2
Weanling
Links on allbreed. Any opinions would be fantastic! :)

Here are the links, Sorry I forgot them in the first post. I would love to know more about my mares, any help would be great!

Holis Dun In Stripes Quarter Horse

Miss Coy Cameo Quarter Horse
     
    05-18-2013, 02:23 AM
  #3
Started
They both have good lines :)
Although Holis Dun In Stripes is quite inbred with Doc Bar from the looks of it
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    06-06-2013, 08:23 PM
  #4
Foal
Three Bars

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Originally Posted by Nokotaheaven    
They both have good lines :)
Although Holis Dun In Stripes is quite inbred with Doc Bar from the looks of it
You say that like it's a bad thing.
Miss Coy Cameo is a foundation quarter horse and her blood lines can be traced back to 1660.
Three Bars passes down great whither s and spunk plus conformation.
Hope this helps
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    06-06-2013, 10:19 PM
  #5
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Originally Posted by Debken    
You say that like it's a bad thing.
Miss Coy Cameo is a foundation quarter horse and her blood lines can be traced back to 1660.
Three Bars passes down great whither s and spunk plus conformation.
Hope this helps
I didn't think I did.... Sometimes it can be good, but it can also lead to things such as genetic defects, so overall (personally) I do my best to steer clear of inbreeding.
     
    06-06-2013, 10:56 PM
  #6
Showing
I'd say yes on both of them. They both go back to some really good performance/all-around lines.

When you're looking at their pedigree on allbreed, you can go into their ancestors and look up the information on them...what they won, what they excelled in, etc.

For example, on Hotrod Holi, the sire of your first mare, this is what comes up.
Quote:
Color: dun
Height: 14.3H

AQHA-3361271

84% NFQHA
AQHA/NFQHA/ABRA Registered
AQHA ROM Reining
1999 ABRA World Champion Open Reiner
1999 NRHA Futurity Limited Open 9th Place
1999 SWRH Futurity Limited Open 2nd Place
AQHA World Show Qualifier
NRHA Money Earner
Standing at Airlie Farm in Monmouth, Oregon
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    06-07-2013, 01:11 AM
  #7
Yearling
SidMit, if you ever run across them you ought to pick up the Western Horseman Legend series. They profile different quarter horse stallions and mares who have done well with their show careers or had a big impact in the quarter horse breed.

I don't have all of them and I'm not even sure the total number of books they have but I have 1-5, 7. Just looking at your pedigrees without going further back I'll give you the ones that were profiled in the books I have.

Holis Dun In Stripes:
Doc Bar
Hollywood Gold
Poco Tivio
Poco Bueno
King
Lightening Bar

Miss Coy Cameo:
Sonny Dee Bar
Quincy Dan
Custus Rastus
Leo San
Jaguar (In his section there's also a picture of Coys Bonanza and a paragraph about him)
Mr. Bar None
Joe Reed II

I have always found it interesting to read about some of my horse's ancestors and more than once I've seen a picture of one and thought there's where he/she got their conformation from or read about a personality trait that matched mine.
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    06-07-2013, 02:05 PM
  #8
Yearling
I'd have the Dun It mare tested to see if she carries HERDA seeing she goes back to Poco Bueno. Considering she goes back to Doc Bar several times I'd be surprised if she didn't show talent for cutting. I'm not as familiar with the lines on the Cameo Mare but do recognize Joe Reed and Leo which she goes back to.
     
    06-19-2013, 07:53 PM
  #9
Weanling
Quote:
Originally Posted by QtrBel    
I'd have the Dun It mare tested to see if she carries HERDA seeing she goes back to Poco Bueno. Considering she goes back to Doc Bar several times I'd be surprised if she didn't show talent for cutting. I'm not as familiar with the lines on the Cameo Mare but do recognize Joe Reed and Leo which she goes back to.

Hello, what is HERDA? Thanks for all the info everyone!
     
    06-19-2013, 08:18 PM
  #10
Foal
Your miss coy cameo is a beautiful mare. I saw her in April. I was there when she was bred to Belau onyx. Small world, the lady you got her from is one of my best friends. Know her for over 20 years!
     

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