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post #21 of 31 Old 11-28-2008, 02:01 AM
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I love It shows you how much the horse actually won Its The Sandman Horse Pedigree. It also shows you pictures of your horses line if you go under reports.
My boy was a big winner but the owners never entered the info. I guess he won around $250,000. I know the people who raised him and they are so happy that they know he has such a great home. They are well known here in Minnesota as really great breeders that take care of their horses.
My boys grandsire is Seattle Slew and Bold reasoning and Bold Ruler are in his line.
When I was looking at the photos I thought om my god Round Table looks exactly like my boy!!
And it is so funny to look at all the pictures of these horses with long backs because my boy has a long back too!! lol
I am so proud of my boy he is a true loyal and loving Thoroughbred!

I am owned by the Sandman
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post #22 of 31 Old 11-28-2008, 03:51 PM
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Heres a list of our ponies and a link to their pedigrees!!

Sunaura Love Ta Rumba
Sunaura Love Ta Rumba Paint

Parraweena Playgirl
Parraweena Playgirl Quarter Horse

Blackhill Sammie Jo
Blackhill Sammie Jo Australian Stock Horse

Bolana Precious Faith
Bolana Precious Faith

Bolana Blessed Hope
Bolana Blessed Hope

Bolana Love Ta Love
Bolana Love Ta Love Paint

Bolana Devine Praise
Bolana Devine Praise Quarter Horse

Bolana Paint & Performance Horses
Home of ''Sunaura Love Ta Rumba'' PHAA7898 Golden Palomino Overo Paint Horse Stallion
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post #23 of 31 Old 11-28-2008, 04:23 PM
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Not familiar with AQHA/paint or appy lines.....just TB and WB ones.

So unless you supply me with what the individuals have done there is no way of knowing if they are good or not.
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post #24 of 31 Old 11-28-2008, 06:11 PM
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Our mare dreamer has my favorite lines of our herd.
Dry Sark Quarter Horse
a lot of QH champions and sire of champions
dry doc, doc bar, poco lena, three bars, king, percentage, and many more
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post #25 of 31 Old 11-29-2008, 04:00 AM
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Bold Ruler: sire of Secretariat, grandsire of Foolish Pleasure,Ruffian and Spectacular Bid. Greatgrandsire of Seattle Slew. Very cool!
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post #26 of 31 Old 11-30-2008, 09:08 AM
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Originally Posted by farmpony84 View Post
Me neither... You know, Native Dancer is another big one, along with Tom Fool and of course Man O' War, which I believe, correct me if I'm wrong, is War Admirals father, which would also link you to Hastings.....
My first tb mare was "Native Princessa" out of that line as well. She was a gorgeous mare.
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post #27 of 31 Old 12-02-2008, 10:25 PM
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Sally's got Man-O-War and War-Admiral! (from way back when lol)

If you love something, set it free
If it comes back it's yours
If it doesn't, it never was
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post #28 of 31 Old 12-02-2008, 11:19 PM
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chelsea our horses are related lol
my horse has man o war war admiral spearmint doc bar three bars poco bueno godolphin arabian but all arabians are supposedly related to him a LONG way down the line diablo is a mutt lol all his breeds are in my siggy

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Truly War Paint-Arabian,QH,TB,Paint,Barb-Diablo
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post #29 of 31 Old 12-03-2008, 12:37 AM
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We raise QH's mainly cutters and reiners have sons of Peppy San Badger, Hollywood Jac 86, and High Brow Hickory. Have a number of well bred mares can see them and pedigrees at County Line Farm specializing in cutting and reining lines.
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post #30 of 31 Old 12-03-2008, 05:35 AM
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Ahhh.. Pedigrees!

Well, all of mine are registered paints, and have some neat ones in the blood lines.

For my Dixons Red Hot Ember
Dixons Red Hot Ember Paint
In her bloodlines she has well known ones such as Ropers Sullivan, the Ratchett, Mardell Dixon (double breed), Skippa Rope + Skippa Hi, Rope N String, Snippers Reed, and they go back to Three Bars.

For my Spicy Splash
Spicy Splash Paint
Splash is Ember's mom so all the same names listed above, and going back just a little further she has Spicey Sullivan, Silky Son, Sonny Go Lucky, Ruckin String, Skippers Lad, Reed McCue, Pep Up and Sonny De Bar. Whats neat about both Ember and Splash is not only that some of the names are on the papers, but there are tons of speed indexes listed and above 100.

And finally, my soon to be newest addition, Red White N Diggen
Red White N Diggen Paint
The names are on paper, and follow strong all the way through, such as Tejon Please, Chic Please, Smart Chic Olena, Smart Little Lena, Doc Olena (triple breed), Tejons Peppy Doc, Peppy San Badger (double breed), Mr San Peppy (triple breed), Durn Cutter, and Colonel Freckles. There are other outstanding cutters in her mix too but too many to list!

So there are some of my fun ones! The neat thing is that with mine the showing hasnt stopped and I am very optimistic to see how they do as they come up!

Dixon's Red Hot Ember
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