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    02-01-2009, 03:41 PM
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Question Docs Hickory or High Brow Hickory?

Can anyone tell me about these studs I know High Brow hickory is Docs Hickory's son but can you tell me about either one of them someone offered me a horse who is a grandson of High brow Hickory. I've looked all over and couldn't find some valid information.

I just want to know their history and what they've accomplished i'm hoping to try this horse out on saturday of the coming up week.
     
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    02-01-2009, 04:16 PM
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Lots of cow!!!!!!!! If your into cutting or cattle type events you can't beat them!!!! I have a 5 year old son of High Brow Hickory out of a granddaughter of Smart Little Lena that I really like!! Great minded colt, learns fast, very very athlitic, I bred mares with him last year both by hand and pasture was easy to ride and breed both at the same time.

Over the years I've also owned two daughters of Docs Hickory both were very responsive under saddle with great cow sense and went out to be wonderful brood mares.
     

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