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post #1 of 7 Old 09-05-2010, 09:43 PM Thread Starter
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Question Stallion family trees

my horse is out of one of the spruce meadows stallions, and I was just wondering if there was any way to trace his siblings / ancestors? Are there any websites dedicated to this sort of thing?
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If it's registered with a breed registry, they will have it's full bloodlines available to you.
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my horse is out of one of the spruce meadows stallions, and I was just wondering if there was any way to trace his siblings / ancestors? Are there any websites dedicated to this sort of thing?
That would be one of the warmblood registries.

What is the stallion's name and registry ( I am guessing it would be Hanoverian)
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the stallion is Evergreen, who is a hanoverian, i'm not sure what the registry is, or how to find it..
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the stallion is Evergreen, who is a hanoverian, i'm not sure what the registry is, or how to find it..


Evergreen Hanoverian

Evergreen Hanoverian Stallion

Comes from the "E" line. Not a well represented line but has produced mostly jumpers.

All Hannovarians starting with the initial E that are bred true ( to registered and approved Hanoverian mares) will be related to your horse in some way.
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Evergreen Hanoverian

Evergreen Hanoverian Stallion

Comes from the "E" line. Not a well represented line but has produced mostly jumpers.

All Hannovarians starting with the initial E that are bred true ( to registered and approved Hanoverian mares) will be related to your horse in some way.
so, when you say starting with the initial E, does that mean their name starts with an E?
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so, when you say starting with the initial E, does that mean their name starts with an E?

Yes.

All Hannovarians are under the registry rule required to carry the initial of their sire.

For example my stallion starts with a "D" because his sire line come from the D line. His sire starts with a D as does his sire's sire going back many many generations. Hanoverians are easy to trace because of that.

Now Trakhners do the opposite and their initial is taken from the dam line and can prove more difficult to follow. Other warmbloods take the initial from the year they are born with a letter assigned to each year.
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