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    Default TB pedigree peeps: any perspective on this one?

    Posting for a friend. This is a horse that she was given about a year and a half ago. She just recently found out his "real" identity and was curious what his pedigree says. Any insight is appreciated

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    I don't know the names in the first two generations but lots of good stuff in the 3rd and 4th. Bold Bidder, In Reality and Olden Times.

    Based on pedigree alone....I would expect more of an old style TB with nice bone and should jump very well.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bornfreenowexpensive View Post
    I don't know the names in the first two generations but lots of good stuff in the 3rd and 4th. Bold Bidder, In Reality and Olden Times.

    Based on pedigree alone....I would expect more of an old style TB with nice bone and should jump very well.
    Good point!
    I only recognize Bold Ruler (who was known for his soundness/stamina and great mind) and Native Dancer - but they are pretty far back.

    I would post on the Racing Forum, you will probably get a lot of input there. You need a catchy subject line though, so people will pay attention!



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    I knew a Kipper Kelly, he was by far the most "eventy" of all his race bred siblings. He developed a breathing issue at the track and was given to a friend I think he competed Training and was schooling over 4' before he suffered a paddock injury.
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    Not much stands out in the first 3 Gen's but In Reality is a good one to have in there.



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    Very nice old lines. I found My Babu, Tourbillion, BullDog, Count Fleet (triple crown winner), And The Tetrarch. Several of these stallions were noted in an Eventing mag as proven "sport horse" and eventing sires. The mag is about 3-5 years old.
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