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    Question Sister's Speed - Is there anyplace in her racing career

    where she had enough time to recover from one bow on each front leg?
    http://www.equibase.com/premium/eqbH...59&registry=T#



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    Looking at that record, she sure lives up to her sire's name...
    "smile a lot can let us ride happy,it is good thing"

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    Quote Originally Posted by caffeinated View Post
    Looking at that record, she sure lives up to her sire's name...
    She must be tough! I don't think she had any time off longer than 6 weeks in her racing career and that's not long enough to set a bow. She must have amazing heart.

    What do you think of her as a racing broodmare prospect?



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    She is gorgeous-looks like an athlete to me!

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    My Grandfather owned and bred Good and Tough -great brain and very sound horse himself! If those bows are ok now get her!



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    Quote Originally Posted by keepthelegend View Post
    My Grandfather owned and bred Good and Tough -great brain and very sound horse himself! If those bows are ok now get her!
    Amazing!!! Good grief, you never know who you're going to run into on coth

    Can you tell me anything about her as a potential broodmare?



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    That bow looks awfully fresh to me and looks like they've been treating it.



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    A bump that she finds a good home. She is gorgeous and has earned retirement / career change. Here's her pedigree:

    http://www.equineline.com/Free-5X-Pe...number=7721359

    Someone take a chance on her!



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    Quote Originally Posted by SEPowell View Post
    Amazing!!! Good grief, you never know who you're going to run into on coth

    Can you tell me anything about her as a potential broodmare?
    I haven't seen her female family to see if she has any up close black type, but I would say she has very little broodmare potential to be honest (for racing...for a show horse she might be great...Northern Raja was the sire of many fabulous hunters including High Hearts)



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