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    Default What do the * mean on the papers?

    I'm kinda looking at a TB filly as a sport horse, so I put her name into the JC site and noticed * before some of the names on her pedigree. What do those mean? Also, anyone know about affirmative or unbridled as sport horse sires?
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    Quote Originally Posted by thatsnotme View Post
    I'm kinda looking at a TB filly as a sport horse, so I put her name into the JC site and noticed * before some of the names on her pedigree. What do those mean?
    The JC used a * to indicate imported individuals up until the 1970s.



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    Thank you, that makes sense since the * were all a ways back.
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