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        07-26-2013, 11:23 PM
      #1
    Yearling
    New Quarab mare. Take a look at her pedigree.

    I just got back from testing this little mare out. I found out about her from a friend of a friend who used to own her two years ago.

    She is an 8 year old Quarab. Used to be trained in both english and western. The owner previous to my friend of a friend had been training her up for endurance and was doing LD's on her.

    I say she "used" to be trained because the current owner has utterly ruined this mare. I will be starting from the ground up with her.

    She seems sweet, though she was very buddy sour. She is pushy, but she listened when I corrected her. She was cinchy and a little spooky, as well as not wanting to take the bit. I don't blame her. It is one of those horrid contraptions that you see sometimes on crazed barrel horses.

    All in all, her problems are correctable, especially since I have it on good authority that these are definitely problems that didn't exist before the current owner got her hands on her.

    Anyways, on to the good part. Here is her pedigree: Kaycees Royal Charm

    I am not finding the Arab line to be very familiar and I know next to nothing about Quarter horse lines, so help me out here.


    I didn't take any pics of her when I tested her, but her feet are just horrid. Other than that, she is fat and seemed in good shape.

    These are pictures I got from my friend of a friend from when she looked at her and then some after she bought her.
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        07-27-2013, 01:32 AM
      #2
    Trained
    Good luck with this little lady
    Do you have a good trainer to help you
    She does look sweet
         
        07-27-2013, 02:46 AM
      #3
    Green Broke
    She is cute. The only 1/4 names I recognized are back there blackburn and sir quincy dan.
         
        07-27-2013, 03:13 PM
      #4
    Yearling
    Thanks CW. I will be doing all of the work with this gal myself. Hopefully she will fall back into being the well mannered sweet heart that my friend remembers.

    Stevenson, yeah. I wasn't sure if it was just that I am ignorant of the horses on her pedigree or if they really weren't well known. It would seem that they simply aren't well known. Haha.
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        07-27-2013, 07:14 PM
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    Weanling
    Bask on the Arabian side is a very good line, but I am not familiar with the others. Bask horses are known for good endurance and tractability, but every horse is individual. Is she registered half-arabian?
         

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