Join Date: Feb 2012
Location: Neither here nor there
• Horses: 0
I don't see anything of note in the first three generations of his pedigree. A few bigger names far back, but so far back in the pedigree that they are fairly diluted and they don't mean much. To me "bred well" means big names in the first two generations, not four to five generations back, up if he suits your needs go for it! In the long run he is a gelding anyways, so while a pedigree might help predict a horses potential, since he won't be reproducing, the horse in front of you is more important than the papers.
Last edited by Tryst; 10-18-2013 at 11:35 PM.