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It is so fun to find out who your horse's ancestors are, and where they came from! I found my TB on allbreedpedigree.com and was surprised to find out who he was related to!

Not only is he related to Northern Dancer (One of the most successful Sires in racing history) on his Sire's side, but also to Secretariat! Which was weird because Secretariat is notably hot, and my horse is not. On his Dam's side, my guy is related to Raise A Native, son of Native Dancer who was also was one of the most celebrated and accomplished thoroughbred racehorses in history. Pretty amazing!!!



Post your horse's Lineage here!! Where did your horse come from???
 

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This is my boy's pedigree...He's got a few good names in there, and the next generation off the paper has a bunch of War Admiral in it.



HeartMyOTTB...My horse has quite a bit of the same blood as yours does!
 

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My registered Appaloosa mare is also 1/2 Thoroughbred. I don't know many famous horses, but she does have War Admiral (6 gens back) who is the sire of Admiral Drake which is on the sheet.

 

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95 starts?! Holy crap. :shock:
Haha, yes! and he turns 12 on the 27th! He has 21 wins, 12 places and 12 shows, and earned a little over 250k. I bought him for a whopping 600 dollars. If his trainer would have been smart, he could have made him some real money as a dressage prospect.
 

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My boy has some pretty great sires in there

Poco Pine is his great Grandsire
AQHA# 44523

#1300
H-135, P-17
AQHA Champion
Superior Halter
ROM Arena
NCHA $776.11
Points: 10- Western Pleasure,7- Cutting
2nd All-Time leading sire of AQHA Champions(36)

Poco Bueno

100% Foundation
H-37.0/P-8.0
AQHA Champion/ROM Arena/Hall of Fame
Sire of AQHA Chs/ROM Arena/Pro.Dghts/etc.
HERDA Carrier
He was grand champion stallion at Denvers National Western Stock Show, the Southwestern Exposition and Fat Stock Show in Fort Worth, State Fair of Texas in Dallas and the American Royal Livestock Show in Kansas City. As a 4-year-old, in 1948, Poco Bueno started his performance career as a cutting horse, and his amazing ability helped him to quickly acquire an impressive record - and a legion of fans. He was the first quarter horse to be insured for $100,000.00.

King
100%fnd
AQHA Hall of Fame
Died 1958
A L.M. Gdsire ROM Race, A Leading sire/Maternal G.Sire AQHA CHs. & ROM Arena
Sire Of 2 AQHA HofF: Poco Bueno & Royal King
658 foals, 218 performers from 23 crops. 35 race starters, 17 winners, 44 wins, 12 ROM/183 show performers, 104 hlt.pt. (1,088 pts); 107 perf.pt.-earners (2,061 pts)
147 total pt-earners with a total of 3,149 points All Divisions combined.

Three Bars
28-12-3-1, $20,840.
Won: Speed Handicap
The leading sire of racing Quarter Horses for many years. American Quarter Horse Hall of Fame 1989. Died April 6, 1968.
Three Bars was the sire of 29 AQHA Champions, 4 AQHA Supreme Champions, 317 Racing Register of Merit earners, and his foals earned more than $3 million.
 

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Here's Cisco's :)

 

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I only have 2 standard sized horses that are registered.

Pokey: Jake Fajita Quarter Horse
His lines are okay but nothing really outstanding except Lena Fajita

Flash: Dandy Flash Dancer Quarter Horse
Very well bred and sought after lines in his day. He even has a few offspring of his own running around somewhere.

The only other horse I have that I have any idea of his lineage is Rafe. His daddy is King Fritz/Doc Quixote bred.
King Fritz Quarter Horse
Doc Quixote Quarter Horse
So I hope he ends up with just a touch of cow savvy. LOL. Though he may be too big to be fast enough.
 

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