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    08-22-2009, 12:46 PM
  #21
Yearling
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Originally Posted by FehrGroundRanch    
Kitten, I haven't heard of that guy but I know that stallion and he is something else! :)

Shesinthebarn, do you mind me asking what the breeding on your filly is? I'm a reining freak and just love seeing bloodlines! :)
She's a Brennas Jac. Mare is cutting bred. Brennas Jac has a website, I think. He's a Canadian stud. The filly is sooooo cute! I'll post the link if you want!
     
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    08-22-2009, 12:50 PM
  #22
Trained
Of course I want to see a link! :) Going to look at the sire know! I have heard of him, but going to refresh my memory!
     
    08-22-2009, 12:56 PM
  #23
Yearling
Here is the sire's link.
Brennas Jac - Sire of Reserve World Reining Champions.
I would love one by A Famous Amos. Maybe one day!
     
    08-22-2009, 01:08 PM
  #24
Trained
Here is a picture of my mare's sire, Colonel Remi.

My Filly Sonita's Last Remedy and her full brother Boomeremi.
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    08-22-2009, 02:41 PM
  #25
Yearling
Ooohhhh...so nice! Your filly is very elegant looking!
     
    08-22-2009, 05:23 PM
  #26
Showing
Tiff, I know you are much into that stuff. Here is my mare's pedigree. Do you think it makes sense to try cutting or reining on her seriously? Feel free to be honest and straight (my feelings won't be hurt I promise . I'm not going to sell her anyway, just don't want to waste my time, money, and nerves if it's not worse it at all, will just try something else).

Bb Coastalong Woody Quarter Horse
     
    08-22-2009, 05:57 PM
  #27
Trained
Thanks Shesinthebarn, she looks alot more "tough" this year, that is her pictured as a yearling. When she comes home from the trainers for her month off I will have to take some pictures of her not under saddle! :)

Kitten those aren't lines that you see in reining horses or cutters really...BUT the Driftwood line (Sire's Side) are super talented and a pretty good at anything. They are normally roping or ranch horses but with that being said reining originated from ranch work. My gelding, Dillon, is driftwood bred and even though we haven't started to ride him yet his smarts and talents far surpass most horses that I have worked with. And what it comes down to more that pedigree is a horse conformation they need to have the build to move and stop with that much speed.

What level of reining/cutting are you wanting to get into?
     
    08-22-2009, 06:02 PM
  #28
Trained
Sorry I also had to say I hate to see people sticking to the same bloodlines all the time...lets get some fresh blood into the performance horses of the world! ;)

It is very hard though when I was looking for a reining trainer to work with my foundation roping stallion not one would even think about it, when I got this filly out of a performance stallion 4 very reputable trainers were willing to take her on.
     
    08-22-2009, 07:08 PM
  #29
Showing
Thanks a lot for your input, Tiff! She's very smart horse, and I'm saying that not because she's mine (lol!) but from my experience with good number of different horses I worked with for the horse dealer (LOTS of attitude too though). I don't plan anything BIG for her, but I really want to find a discipline she'd succeed at. With her being so smart it's just a waste to use her for trails only. I was told by the guy who owns team penning place that she's a ranch horse, but as I mentioned before he's just too far to take lessons there on regular basis. I'm still looking for something around. Will see...

BTW, I didn't look for her bloodlines really - she was more like a rescue as a yearling I got on impulse.
     
    08-22-2009, 07:23 PM
  #30
Showing
Actually getting back to that... What is the difference between ranch horse and cutting horse then? I always thought ranch horse does the same cow work as cutting one... Am I wrong?
     

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