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    Default Pedigree help please

    Anyone have any information about the breeding (sire/dam/damsire) for the following 4* event horses?

    COVERS (from Australia)
    INTERWIN (formerly ridden by Sam Lyle; I believe the sire is Interstellar xx)
    DIRECT MERGER (ridden by Jonathan Holling)
    THE GOOD WITCH (ridden by Jennifer Wooten-Dafoe - this horse came from Fernhill)
    BONZA KATOOMBA (ridden by Matt Ryan)
    ORCHARD END WINSTON (ridden by Boyd Martin - I know he was a pony, probably of indeterminate origin)
    KLIMAX (ridden by Christopher Burton)
    THE GHOST OF HAMISH (ridden by Peter Thomsen)
    S S JETT (ridden by Karin Donckers)
    WOODSTOCK (ridden by Amy Tryon)

    Many of these are of Aussie/NZ origin, and information is hard to come by for those. Any info would be appreciated!



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    Have you tried the FEI Horse Search? They will usually have sire or dam information which can then be researched.

    http://search.fei.org/Search_Centre/...es/Search.aspx
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    Unfortunately, the FEI site lacks this information as well. I think I have hit all of the usual sources



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    Per the FEI, Woodstock is Candi's Gold x Normira x Norcliffe

    There is a 1998 Australian TB gelding named Interwin who is by Interstellar out of Winter Rain (NZ), bred by Ms. S G Hemsworth, Ms. S. Weeks in NSW. Life Number--AUS00686714.

    Direct Merger's name was changed. He's supposed to be a TB, but the JC has no horse that would fit with that name. You're probably going to need to ask Jon Holling what the registered name is.

    SS Jett is/was part owned by Carl Bourkaert (sp). The Pollards might know his breeding. He was started by Michael before he went to Karin Donckers.

    Equestrian Australia has no breeding for Covers. He was ridden by Carlene Barton before he went to Jack McAnulty.

    Haven't tried to do any of the others. I may have some of them saved from past research
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    I couldn't find anything on Bonza Katoomba.

    Covers and Ghost of Hamish are both NZ TB's, you can't search their studbook by brand. Interestingly, Ghost of Hamish is listed most places as born 1996, but his brand says that he was born 1994.

    Boyd looked huge on Winston, his feet are way below the horses tummy!

    If you can find the brands, I can search the Australian Studbook with those, though it doesn't always work!



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