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    08-07-2013, 09:58 AM
  #11
Foal
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G**57*
1) Pointed star and connected narrow stripe, widening and becoming bordered flesh colored on bridge of nose, ending between nostrils, into both nostrils; flesh colored patch to left on upper lip; flesh colored patch on lower lip. Left fore: pastern and part of ankle white; dark spot on coronet in front. Left hind: quarter stocking. Right hind: quarter stocking. Right fore: white to above ankle; dark spots on coronet. Reported to be microchipped with number 250259600345198. Double horizontal cowlick high in forehead; double diagonal cowlick at eye level, left is higher.
2) Large star, slightly curved open to right on top and connected thin stripe, widening and extending slightly to right on bridge of nose, becoming bordered flesh colored and ending between nostrils. Left fore: pastern and part of ankle white, higher in back; dark spots on coronet. Left hind: white to above ankle, lower on outside; dark spots on coronet. Right hind: pastern and part of ankle irregularly white, higher on inside; dark spots on coronet. Right fore: white spot on knee on outside. Median cowlick at top of eye level.
3) Rounded star and connected irregular stripe, widening and becoming bordered flesh colored on bridge of nose, into right nostril top into left nostril,end to left on upper lip; flesh colored patch to right on upper lip. Left fore: full stocking, extending on knee in front and in back; dark spots on coronet. Left hind: full stocking, extending on hock in front. Right hind: full stocking, extending on hock in front; dark spot on coronet. Right fore: heel white on outside, extending on coronet on outside. Scattered white hairs throughout coat. Double horizontal cowlick above eye level.
4) Large irregular oval star, pointed to right above eye level and connected thin stripe, extending to left, becoming bordered flesh colored between nostrils, into left nostril, ending on upper lip. Left fore: pastern and part of ankle irregularly white. Left hind: half stocking, lower on inside in back. Right hind: half stocking, lower in back. Right fore: pastern and part of ankle white, lower on outside in back and in back, higher in a point in front. Median cowlick above eye level.
5) Star and connected narrow stripe, ending on bridge of nose; snip between nostrils. Left fore: patch of white hairs on coronet in front; heel white, higher on inside. Left hind: pastern and part of ankle white, higher on inside in back; dark spots on coronet. Right hind: pastern and part of ankle white, higher on inside; dark spots on coronet. Right fore: few white hairs on coronet on inside; small patch of white hairs on heel on inside; horizontal line of white hairs on pastern in front. Median cowlick at top of eye level.
6) Thin stripe beginning in a point above nostrils, widening and ending between nostrils. Left fore: patches of white hairs on ankle. Left hind: white to above ankle, lower in front; dark spots on coronet; dark spot on fetlock. Right hind: coronet white, except on outside, higher in front; dark spots on coronet. Right fore: patches of white hairs on ankle. Cowlick slightly to left above eye level.
7) Irregular pointed star and connected irregular stripe, narrowing at eye level, widening in center of face, narrowing above nostrils, becoming bordered flesh colored between nostrils, into both nostrils, ending on upper lip; patch of white hairs to left on upper lip; flesh colored lower lip, extending on under lip; dark spot at right nostril. Left fore: pastern and part of ankle white, higher in front. Left hind: irregular half stocking, lower in back, higher on outside in front. Right hind: three-quarters stocking, higher on inside in front. Right fore: heel white on outside. Scattered white hairs at root of tail. Median cowlick at eye level.
8) Large oval star and connected wide stripe, becoming broken line of white hairs to right in center of face, widening to bordered flesh colored stripe above nostrils, extending between nostrils, into right nostril, ending in a point on upper lip. Left fore: pastern and part of ankle irregularly white, higher on inside; dark spot on inside coronet. Left hind: coronet and part of pastern white, higher in front. Right hind: half stocking, higher on inside; dark spot on coronet on inside heel. Right fore: patch of white hairs on coronet in front. Cowlick to left at top of eye level.
9) Star and connected stripe, widening on bridge of nose, narrowing and becoming bordered flesh colored above nostrils, ending between nostrils, into right nostril, touching left nostril. Left fore: half pastern white, higher in back; dark spots on coronet. Left hind: white to above ankle, higher on inside in front; dark spots on coronet. Right hind: half ankle irregularly white, higher on inside; dark spots on coronet. Right fore: half pastern white, extending to ankle in back; dark spots on coronet. Median cowlick at top of star.
10) Diagonal line of white hairs to left in forehead, pointed to right; to stripe beginning at eye level, ending below eye level. Left fore: ankle white; dark spot on coronet on inside. Left hind: ankle white; dark spot on coronet on inside. Right hind: pastern white, extending on ankle in back; dark spots on coronet. Right fore: ankle white, higher on inside. Tattooed G18577 on upper lip. Cowlick slightly to right above eye level.
11) Star slightly pointed to right and connected thin stripe widening above nostrils becoming bordered flesh colored between nostrils, ending between nostrils on bottom; flesh colored spot on lower lip. Left fore: white to above ankle, higher on inside. Left hind: half stocking, slightly lower in front. Right hind: half stocking, higher on inside. Right fore: irregular full stocking, extending on knee in back. Median cowlick at eye level; median cowlick above eye level.
12) Star pointed at top and connected stripe, widening to right low on bridge of nose, into left nostril at top, ending between nostrils, into right nostril. Left fore: pastern and part of ankle irregularly white, extending above ankle on inside in back; dark spots on coronet. Left hind: white to above ankle, slightly higher on inside; dark spots on coronet. Right hind: ankle white, slightly lower on outside, higher on inside; dark spots on coronet. Right fore: pastern and part of ankle white; dark spots on coronet. Median cowlick above eye level.


     
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    08-07-2013, 10:02 AM
  #12
Foal
D**57* (6 results)
1) Large vertical star and connected wide stripe, becoming bordered flesh colored above nostrils, ending between nostrils, into right nostril; dark spot in stripe to left in center of face. Left fore: half stocking, higher in front. Left hind: half stocking. Right hind: ankle white, higher on inside. Right fore: half stocking, lower in front, extending to three quarters stocking in back. Median cowlick in star.
2) Large star pointed to left and connected wide stripe, becoming bordered flesh colored between nostrils, into left nostril, ending on upper lip. Left fore: white to above ankle. Left hind: half stocking, higher in front. Right hind: half stocking, higher in front. Right fore: white to above ankle. Median cowlick at top of eye level.

3) Large star and connected stripe, widening and extending to right on bridge of nose, becoming bordered flesh colored and ending to right between nostrils, into right nostril; snip to left; patch of white hairs to right on upper lip. Left fore: patch of white hairs on cannon in front. Left hind: white to above ankle, lower in front, higher on outside; dark spots on coronet. Right hind: white to above ankle, higher in front, lower in back; dark spots on coronet. Right fore: pastern and part of ankle white, higher on inside in back; dark spots on coronet. Double vertical cowlick above eye level.

4) Irregular oval star and connected narrow stripe, becoming broken line of white hairs below eye level, widening in center of face, extending to right on bridge of nose, becoming bordered flesh colored above nostrils, extending and ending between nostrils, into right nostril, touching left nostril; small faint patches of white hairs on upper lip; small faint patches of white hairs on lower lip. Left fore: ankle irregularly white, lower in front, higher on inside in back; dark spots on coronet. Left hind: irregular half stocking, lower on outside in front and in back. Right hind: half stocking, lower in back; dark spots on coronet. Right fore: half stocking, lower on inside in front and in front. Median cowlick at top of eye level.

5) Large star pointed at top on right and connected stripe, narrowing above nostrils, becoming bordered flesh colored and extending between nostrils, ending on upper lip. Left fore: scattered white hairs on coronet and part of pastern. Left hind: half stocking, lower on inside in back. Right hind: ankle white, higher on outside in front. Right fore: pastern and part of ankle white lower on outside in front, higher in back; dark spot on coronet on inside. Scattered white hairs throughout coat. Cowlick to right at top of eye level.

6) Irregular star and connected stripe, widening on bridge of nose, becoming bordered flesh colored and ending to right between nostrils, into right nostril. Left fore: irregular quarter stocking, lower on outside in front; dark spots on coronet. Left hind: half pastern white, lower on outside, higher on inside in back; dark spots on coronet. Right hind: white to above ankle; dark spots on coronet. Right fore: pastern and part of ankle white, higher in back; dark spots on coronet. Median cowlick at eye level.
     
    08-07-2013, 10:04 AM
  #13
Foal
Ok I just REALLY had too much time on my hands this morning.... If ANY of those markings look right for YOUR mare (double check the cowlicks & locations) then let me know and I will identify which horses those are for you.

(I had to to do this with 3 of mine - 1 actually had the right name and papers...1 had papers which turned out to be "close" but not accurate...the other was a mystery until we figured it out.)

No such luck as her having a microchip huh?
     
    08-07-2013, 10:08 AM
  #14
Green Broke
You can also submit an inquiry and the JC will search for you and email you the results. I had to do that with the gelding I was planning to adopt as his papers did not "come with".
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    08-07-2013, 03:15 PM
  #15
Foal
Thank you times a million! I am going to look at these when I get home! I can't wait to figure out who she is!
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    08-07-2013, 03:49 PM
  #16
Trained
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I am really having too much fun with this *lol*
Me, TOO!
PrincessBillieB, how old is she by her teeth? That's a good place to start. I couldn't read my OTTB's tattoo either, and he was an 8yo when I got him.
     
    08-07-2013, 04:18 PM
  #17
Foal
Large or Small Star?

By our estimate about 13ish judging the teeth. I checked her and it looks like she has NO black on her socks so those ones can be eliminated...also...I am having trouble determining what a "Large" star is. I know that the JC would consider what she has a star connected to a stripe but is it large? My other OTTB has what is obviously a LARGE irregular star but I feel like this mare has a small star. What do you guys think?
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    08-07-2013, 04:21 PM
  #18
Foal
7) Irregular pointed star and connected irregular stripe, narrowing at eye level, widening in center of face, narrowing above nostrils, becoming bordered flesh colored between nostrils, into both nostrils, ending on upper lip; patch of white hairs to left on upper lip; flesh colored lower lip, extending on under lip; dark spot at right nostril. Left fore: pastern and part of ankle white, higher in front. Left hind: irregular half stocking, lower in back, higher on outside in front. Right hind: three-quarters stocking, higher on inside in front. Right fore: heel white on outside. Scattered white hairs at root of tail. Median cowlick at eye level.

Possibly this one?
     
    08-08-2013, 12:28 PM
  #19
Foal
Possibly G due to age?

Ok, so I looked at her teeth last night. I am not, by any means an expert at aging a horse by teeth but from what I read, for a 15 year old horse the Galvayne's Groove should be about halfway down the tooth.

Her's looks like it's barely even started...like the pictures I found online for horses that were about 10. On the pic below you can see it pretty well and it seems like its barely there...

Of course I could be totally wrong but...thoughts?

If that is the case than the G would be the likely candidate for that letter
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    08-08-2013, 03:22 PM
  #20
Foal
No that one is not close - white leg markings are wrong (yours is a full stocking or high sock) the one described only has a heel mark on the right front let.
     

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