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post #11 of 31 Old 11-26-2008, 07:52 PM
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riley must be too young. He doesnt show up there yet. I'll have to pull it from AQHA and format it...
I had to put Vega and Gem in allbreedpedigree.com
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post #12 of 31 Old 11-26-2008, 07:58 PM
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did you have to type a bunch of stuff or can you stop at the parents and then it links?

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post #13 of 31 Old 11-26-2008, 08:14 PM
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I'm fascinated with pedigrees, Velvet's especially :). I've traced hers all

The way back into the 1600s, most of it you can see on allbreedpedigree-

Velvet Dakota King Appaloosa
I'm a foundation appaloosa person, and Velvet is is in the 90 percent range, but I am very proud to say that two of the non-apps in her pedigree are War Admiral, and his sire, the great Man O War himself!

Appylover- Velvet and Tory Gem are related through Joker's Monte!

And Cowgirl- Boot Scoot N Beaver Appaloosa

Haha Appylover, and Cowgirl and Impression in time are related through Impressive!



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post #14 of 31 Old 11-27-2008, 07:16 AM
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Our Paint mares...bloodlines familiar to Paint/QH folks.

Showdown Suzy Q Paint (Showdown, Wimpy, Leo, King, ...)

Intimadated Skip Paint (Cherokee Maiden, King, Impressive, ...)

Tommy Spekled Supreme Paint (Yellow Mount, Leo, ...)

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post #15 of 31 Old 11-27-2008, 07:20 AM
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did you have to type a bunch of stuff or can you stop at the parents and then it links?
For www.allbreedpedigree.com, it will link to the parents for you, if they are in the database, or you can add as many generations as you need to get to a horse already in there, if needed.

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post #16 of 31 Old 11-27-2008, 07:41 AM Thread Starter
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I got my pedigree from http://www.equineline.com. I wish I could get my horse's parents' race records from the site but I don't want to pay money for it =/


Bayberrys registered name is "TV SPECIAL" and his sire is Deerhound.
He's a well known thoroughbred in the Maryland racetracks.
here's a site with some info about him.

http://www.bloodhorse.com/stallion-register/pdfs/deerhound.pdf

I LOVEEE thoroughbred pedigree's. My horse has some GREAT lines in him.

He's a GORGEOUS stallion, Heres a picture of him:
http://i7.photobucket.com/albums/y29.../deerhound.jpg

He just recently died this year in a barn fire.

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Something cool I didn't know about on allbreedpedigree until recently, is if you hover your mouse over reports, there are options you can choose. I think the the photos one is pretty neat! :)

My TB Cheyenne isn't a registered TB (never raced) and I dont' know his parents' names, but was told his grand sire (or maybe it's great grandsire) is Bold Ruler. If I recall correctly, he is double bred Bold Ruler.

Ren's (TB) pedigree is: Count The Copper Thoroughbred

Braveheart's (Arab) is: Braveheart W Arabian

Spring's (Arab): Golebica Arabian

Sierra's (mini) is the following... I own both her sire (Tracker) and dam (Cocoa), so I'm not posting them separate :) Cheyauts Perfect Attraction Miniature

Solitare's (mini): again, I own the sire (tracker again) and dam (Ruby) so not posting those separate: Cheyauts Cowboy Diamond Solitaire Miniature

Spin's (mini): Vfg El Arlequin Miniature

Confetti's (mini): Lot-a-dot Queen Miniature

Sage's (mini): Mini Magics Sugar Baby Miniature

Chianti's (mini): Cj Cameos Royal Chianti Miniature

Tucker's (mini): Star Spangled Tucker Miniature

Casi's (mini): Mini Magics Lady Casino Miniature

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Midnight's (mini): Tcm Midnight Blues Miniature

Concho's (mini): Concho Cassanova Miniature
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I added Ri!

Here he is...

Just a Top Vantage Quarter Horse

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T V Special's sire Deerhound had 1 start in England in 1991 earned 0 and had 4 starts in the US in 92 with 3 wins $39,420. His dam Peggy's Consul was unraced. I think all large barns should have sprinklers,smoke detectors, and have stall doors that open to the outside(in case of sprinklers not working well enough horses could be got out without going in the barn). I really hate reading abut horses dying in barn fires. Most if not all of those deaths were preventable. Three of my horses are on pedigreequery. They are Uncle Rocco,Some Luck, and Love Pristine. My 33 year old mare came from an auction many years ago and I do not know her pedigree. All my Thoroughbreds have multiple crosses to Man O'War.
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T V Special's sire Deerhound had 1 start in England in 1991 earned 0 and had 4 starts in the US in 92 with 3 wins $39,420. His dam Peggy's Consul was unraced. I think all large barns should have sprinklers,smoke detectors, and have stall doors that open to the outside(in case of sprinklers not working well enough horses could be got out without going in the barn). I really hate reading abut horses dying in barn fires. Most if not all of those deaths were preventable. Three of my horses are on pedigreequery. They are Uncle Rocco,Some Luck, and Love Pristine. My 33 year old mare came from an auction many years ago and I do not know her pedigree. All my Thoroughbreds have multiple crosses to Man O'War.

I agree with you on the barn fire issue, you'd think that some of the top barns in the country, well any country that is, would have some kind of alarm system. Too many of them are happening and we're loosing some of the top horses.

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