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    12-19-2012, 12:36 AM
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Quarter Horses - Jack Pine Lee?

I recently lost my Quarter Horse, Jacks Swift Joe. He was more of a friend and family member than a horse. I miss him, and not a day has gone by where I haven't thought of him and cried a little.

I recently got the idea that I would try to search for Jack's relatives. I've had very little luck in tracing his sire, Jack Pine Lee. Outside of knowing Jack was bred in PA I have very little information. I have even less on his dam, Destiny's Swift.

Jack's Pedigree is available on AllBreedPedigree.com. But mostly I am trying to find information on his sire. Jack had a half sister, Docs Bovine Pine, who sold before I found her. She was listed for sale, and sold before I found her:
Carolina Sport Horses

If anyone has any information I would greatly appreciate it!

Thank you.

Heather
     

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bloodlines, breeding, pennslyvania, quarter horse

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