I have a mare that I bought back in December from a man who had 4 horses he wanted to sell all together. I really only wanted the QH mare, but I bought all of them anyways and decided to find the others new homes because they were going to be sold to the kill pens if I didn't.
I only got vet papers for the QH who's name is Rose. I had lost them for a while and found them last week in the back of my truck (go figure). As I was going through them, I noticed that she was only 5 years old, when the man told me she was 10. I went and looked further and found that she had a stud listed as he sire on one of the papers, and a 'Majestic Moon Rose' was used in the 'name' part of the papers while on the 'barn name' was just Rose.
I went through and called all the numbers on the papers and no one could help me out. Most numbers has been disconnected while the vet numbers no longer had her records on hand since it had been over a year since the last time they had seen her.
So, I typed in 'Majestic Moon rose' into the breed query, and this is what I got.: Majestic Moon Rose Quarter Horse
On the papers, CS Hanks Peppy is listed as he sire, so this has to be the mare I have. It was also listed that she is a thoroughbred and Quarter horse cross, which explains why the mother is not listed here.
Sorry about the novel.
I was wondering if anyone knew anything about this horse? Maybe you owned her at one time, or knew the people that did. I can give out the names that are listed as he previous owners if anyone wants to see those.
I was also wondering if she had been registered(which she isn't), would her pedigree make her worth more money? Is it a good blood line? She has Mr. San Peppy and Doc O Lena on there, but I have no clue about blood lines. Any help would be nice. :)
Thanks so much for the help. Here is a couple pictures of her if that will help in finding her previous owners. (which is probably a long shot). Her vet papers from when she was a year old said she was a grulla (grullo?) But as the years went by, she turned to grey. P1181241.jpg P1201293.jpg