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    08-21-2010, 09:41 PM
What is my QH bred for?

His sir and dam are-
Australian Quarter Horse Association JESSIE CAN SPIN

Australian Quarter Horse Association JESSIES BON DANCER

I know nothing about bloodlines, so just seeing who over here does.

Also, I notice on his dam's side, his grandparents have the same sire. Will that effect him for anything?

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    08-21-2010, 11:42 PM
Here are some photos, not sure if it helps?
And yes, his hooves are due for trimming now. But for some reason we can't get hold of any farriers. But we're still tryin. And that's my new Treeless saddle.

Also, is there any.. kinda like guidelines with picking which names to put in your horses registered name? I was thinking something like 'Jessies Spinnin 'n Dancin Lynx'. 'Cose Lynx sounds really awesome. But I haven't picked yet.

    08-21-2010, 11:59 PM
He has some nice bloodlines for the reined cowhorse industry. One thing I would note is that some Peppy San Badger horses tend to be hotter, but that's not something I'd worry about. The minor inbreeding should be much of a problem for you either, it's not really close enough. I don't know much about bloodline diseases and health problems with what she has, so maybe someone else could help you with that.
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    08-22-2010, 03:24 AM
I think our horses are related I know my horse came from predominantly cutter stock.

I've got Peppy San Badger as well as "Doc" and "Poco" relations :) Your horse is cute cute, very sweet face!
    08-22-2010, 04:00 AM
Thanks! Yes, he has got a cute face, I love the boxy round faces.. And he isn't hot. He's the opposite. Too lazy. Unless you point him at a horse, or cow. But it doesn't help much when you want to do sporting, and Dad wont let you buy a new horse. XD
    08-22-2010, 10:41 AM
Bred for reining, cutting, reined cow horse. Peppy San Badger, Doc's Oak are very nice lines. Dams side is a bit weak and quite line bred. Her Sire and Dam being Paternal 1/2 siblings. However should not be a big problem. JJ line is a nice one and does not seem to have any problems when it comes line breeding.
    08-22-2010, 07:15 PM
Thank you. So would he be able to be used to sporting? Or is he built differently for that as a reiner/cutter?
    08-22-2010, 07:23 PM
Any horse can do any discipline at lower levels.It would help if you could get me some conformation shots, as I don't want to judge him by the ones you have posted. Set him up square and get some from front and back w/ both sides if at all possible.

I can't imagine he'll be unable to do sporting events. All of mine are reining or cutting bred and I converted them into hunters and dressage type for my extra events for when my reining career gets slow during the winter.
    08-22-2010, 07:42 PM
Okies, thanks. I'll maybe be able to get some photos this arve.
What do you think is a good time to ring a farrier? Every time we try and ring one, it always rings out. And they never ring back.
    08-22-2010, 08:32 PM
If the farriers there are like they are here. You best bet would be to and hog tie then and drag them over to your house. That is about what I have to do with mine and I have known him for years. He's a good guy always shows up on time does a good job just hard to get a hold of. At least he actually shows up. Better them most.

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