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    Cool Cherokee One as a sire? Questions from a sport-horse person...

    Curious what the race-horse COTH people have to say about Cherokee Run as a sire? I'm a sport-horse person, but, it doesn't seem like many have made it to the sport-horse world yet, but he's surely sired some nice race horses Anything to watch out for with his get? Any characteristics that make you say - Well, he is by Cherokee Run...' I did notice he has sired some turf horses, which is always nice to see, particulalry with a sire who - from what I've read - isn't a 'distance' horse.



    ETA: I'm not looking to breed to him, I'm looking for information specific to what he is reproducing. What he's proven he can sire, or, what he won't influence.



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    If you are breeding to produce a sport horse, why not look at proven sport horse studs?


    For example:

    http://tamarackhill.com/Stallions/stallions.htm
    IN GOD WE TRUST
    OTTB's ready to show/event/jumpers. Track ponies for perfect trail partners.
    http://www.horseville.com/php/search...=1&ssid=057680



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    I must not have been clear enough - I'm not looking to breed to Cherokee Run. Sorry about that. Want to know what he's been producing (or lack thereof)



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    I have a 6 yo mare by Cherokee Run. She's about 15.3, cute as a button. She's in KY being bred to Langfhur. I don't know any other Cherokee Run's so I don't know that she is a specific type. I do know she is a racehorse. I won 6 in a row with her at the starter allowance level.
    Race training and retraining Thoroughbreds.



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    <chuckle> see goodmorning, everyones eye sees something differrent

    and to doublete ... congratulations! what a nice run...
    IN GOD WE TRUST
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    http://www.horseville.com/php/search...=1&ssid=057680



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    Thanks brightsky.. SHe's a nice girl. We claimed her for 5k, and she won and ran for us til mid may. Then she fractured her sesamoid at Parx. She finished the race 4th, and even got to the leaders (who went pretty darn fast), showed how much heart she has. I'm waiting anxiously to see if she took the second time. But can't wait for her to come home either way, I miss her.
    Race training and retraining Thoroughbreds.



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