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    Default Quiet Jet - Pedigree Help Please

    The FLTAP Trainer's Listings is putting this mare up for sale today. I think that she's one that is going to need a lot of help finding a new home, so I was wondering if some of the sport horse experts here could analyze her pedigree?

    http://www.pedigreequery.com/quiet+jet

    I like the fact that she has Fappiano, through AP Jet, because I have often heard that is good sport horse blood. But, I'm not expert enough to know anything about the rest of the pedigree.

    Any help that you can give me will be much appreciated, so that we can help this mare land softly.
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    Have had a nice broodmare with the intentionally/in reality line on the damside. Her foals were athletic and rideable. Don't recognize the damside lines here.
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    For sport, the dam line is the best thing this mare has going for her. The bottom is excellent--very excellent. It's filled with lines that have done well in sport and chasing. Give me a bit of time, and a pedigree discussion aimed at the horses who have produced for sport will follow.
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    Wow! Thanks vineyridge! May I have your permission to put your analysis of her dam line on her listing, when you are done?
    Originally Posted by Alagirl
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    For hunters I love her sire.
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    Post LOVED my A P Jetxx Mare!

    Hello!
    I LOVED my A P Jetxx mare! She gave us 2 First Premium KWPN foals, both Top # in the USA, and Dena SCF (v. Judgement ISF) was the Top KWPN Jumper foal in the USA! She recently had a gorgeous colt by Soprano (Sandro Hit X Contender), Soloist .....

    There was a thread here on A P Jetxx, and apparently. he was an excellent hunter sire.....My (now sold) mare, Karen Jxx, is a fantastic mover, and absolutely beautiful and correct.....

    Photos below of A P Jetxx (dark Bay), Karen Jxx (chestnut v. A P Jetxx), and her KWPN foal Dena SCF (Judgement X Karen Jxx).

    More photos and info on the A P Jet mare, and her offspring, can be seen at :

    http://www.sportingchancefarm.com/karen_j.htm

    Hope this helps!
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    To add to the AP Jet goodies, he's the sire of a current event horse who has been doing pretty well this year at Intermediate and a CIC2*. Name of the horse is Jet, and I just looked him on the USEF website.

    Will get to the Quiet Jet's bottom tomorrow. Started doing some other sire research and got bogged down.
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