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Red Sky
Nov. 30, 2009, 08:22 AM
Hello all,

What do you think of this pedigree? Wife just got horse a couple of weeks ago, Carrie Everhart found him for her. He seems to be pretty level-headed.

Thanks

http://www.pedigreequery.com/draco+city

Janet
Nov. 30, 2009, 02:51 PM
Hello all,

What do you think of this pedigree? Wife just got horse a couple of weeks ago, Carrie Everhart found him for her. He seems to be pretty level-headed.

Thanks

http://www.pedigreequery/draco+city
Your link doesnn't work- needs ".com".

I had a horse, Brain (Derby Day Dancer JC, Beacon Point USEA) who was successful at the lower levels, with similar breeding
Northern Dancer
Rash Prince
Sunrise Flight
Bold Ruler

Christa P
Nov. 30, 2009, 06:05 PM
One mare that shows up 1 generation off the screen is Grey Flight (Through Misty Morn). My mom and I both had talented mares with her in thier pedigree.

Christa

jesposito
Dec. 1, 2009, 12:24 AM
Hey! I actually have your pony's half sister (Slew City Slew side) and we have competed through prelim (or at least we were before my temporary grad school hiatus this year...hoping to progress further once I'm done with that). She is actually a bit wild, but she can jump!! So, I might be slightly biased, but I think it should be a good pedigree for eventing :)

vineyridge
Dec. 1, 2009, 01:04 PM
It's a nice pedigree for sport. Especially nice is that Count Fleet and Bull Lea and Rockefella are all on the first page.

Grey Flight is one of the great broodmares in history. So is Bleebok. She is tail female to Roberto. One of the really good things in this pedigree is that Seattle Slew's tail female is the same as Draco City's tail female. The Miss Dogwood line is one of the very best. Sequence is the 2nd dam of Mr. P., and it's his damside that seems to me to be his best side for sport.