Qualities/characteristics of bloodlines

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    01-16-2014, 06:29 PM
Qualities/characteristics of bloodlines

I've been having trouble with understanding the characteristics and qualities of bloodlines. I familiar with various bloodlines/pedigrees, however, what can they tell me? For example, my mare is Miss Dry Pages, I looked her up on allbreedpedigree Miss Dry Pages Quarter Horse

I know that her doc, bar, sugar, and dry bloodlines means she is cowy, but what about all the other ones? I may read and be familiar with the names but what do they say about the horse?

Any suggestions?
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    01-21-2014, 04:06 PM
Lady Bugs Moon and Go Man Go were great running horses and sired a bunch of good running horses. Cutter Bill was, of course, a cutting horse and did ok as a sire.

The horse has some good breeding a few generations back, but I didn't see too much up close that I knew about.

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