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    Default Eventing nick?

    I've been doing some research on Mr. P and his sport horse descendants through numerous sons, mostly. One thing that has struck me is that Mr. P or his sons on top of Never Bend is far more prevalent than Mr. P on top of just about any other stallion. Has anyone got thoughts on this?
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    More prevalent as in occurs more often in successful known event horses, or more prevalent in you just see it more often?
    (Mr. P is Mr. Prospector)
    Also, are you listing the sons? Some have had more sport horse progeny than others. I am always looking at the dam sire lines to see Damascus, Turn-To, these types on the bottom with Mr. P on the top...but I have no actual stats to prove this cross is successful.
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    Quote Originally Posted by retreadeventer View Post
    Also, are you listing the sons? Some have had more sport horse progeny than others. I am always looking at the dam sire lines to see Damascus, Turn-To, these types on the bottom with Mr. P on the top...but I have no actual stats to prove this cross is successful.
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    I dunno, but Press Card (sire of annikak's Doc and a few other COTHer's horses IIRC) has a Mr. P grandsire with Never Bend the dam sire. Hmm...



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    Quote Originally Posted by CookiePony View Post
    I dunno, but Press Card (sire of annikak's Doc and a few other COTHer's horses IIRC) has a Mr. P grandsire with Never Bend the dam sire. Hmm...
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