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    02-10-2013, 09:51 PM
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Part bred Arabian pedigree

I know there is not much in the way of "famous" horses up close, but what are your thoughts on his breeding?

Some things that I have been told are that his G-sire (On his Dam's side) is Straight Davenport (Bluebook).
His over all pedigree is mostly CMK with a little Egyptian on his Sire's side.

Any other thoughts on his breeding?

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    02-11-2013, 05:18 PM
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    02-12-2013, 10:23 PM
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I really like what I see, actually, "big names" at the front or not.
First off, it's REALLY hard to go wrong with a Skowronek (technically a Naseem line, as he was considered Skowronek's greatest son) sire line. REALLY hard. LOL

Lots of Crabbet breeding through Skowronek, Mesasoud (another of my favourite greats), The Real McCoy (wonderful sire of some great performance horses), Lewisfield Sun God, Fadl, , and Azraff (GREAT sire for performance horses). Some Davenport through Tripoli and Dharanad.
Then, of course, the Polish from Bask.

So, instead of mostly CMK he is mostly Crabbet - althought a pure Crabbet horse can be 100% CMK, and 100% CMK horse is not always Crabbet. If you can get that. LOL
The Egyptian they are seeing on his sire's side from Mesaoud is also Crabbet - In fact, Mesaoud is 100% Crabbet, 100% CMK, 100% Eygptian Blue Star, Al Khasma.

I would expect this guy to be very athletic with all that in his pedigree! :)
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    02-13-2013, 12:57 AM
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Originally Posted by WSArabians    
I really like what I see, actually, "big names" at the front or not.
First off, it's REALLY hard to go wrong with a Skowronek (technically a Naseem line, as he was considered Skowronek's greatest son) sire line. REALLY hard. LOL

Lots of Crabbet breeding through Skowronek, Mesasoud (another of my favourite greats), The Real McCoy (wonderful sire of some great performance horses), Lewisfield Sun God, Fadl, , and Azraff (GREAT sire for performance horses). Some Davenport through Tripoli and Dharanad.
Then, of course, the Polish from Bask.

So, instead of mostly CMK he is mostly Crabbet - althought a pure Crabbet horse can be 100% CMK, and 100% CMK horse is not always Crabbet. If you can get that. LOL
The Egyptian they are seeing on his sire's side from Mesaoud is also Crabbet - In fact, Mesaoud is 100% Crabbet, 100% CMK, 100% Eygptian Blue Star, Al Khasma.

I would expect this guy to be very athletic with all that in his pedigree! :)
Very cool! Thanks for the info. And, yeah. He seems to be able to do everything that I throw at him so far. He's got a great mind as well.
     
    02-14-2013, 04:46 PM
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I agree with WS, some very nice breeding there!! Quite a few very well-known horses in that pedigree, and some awesome performance horses there. I remember several of them, Phazon comes to mind, as well as Don Ibn Bask. And I love the line to The Real McCoy!!
     

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