I'm looking at using a lovely recently licensed young stallion on my mare in 2013 in the UK, and he has the TB Sherry Netherland in his back breeding. I've never come across this horse before, although he was used by the Holstein Verband between 1971 to 73. This is the link to his breeding, and I would love thoughts from the TB gurus on here : http://www.sporthorse-data.com/d?i=10289635
Clarksdale, MS--the golden buckle on the cotton belt
His sire is Laudanum's damsire.
Windsor Slipper has a number of get after WWII who are registered as US-bred, so one would think that the foals were imported in utero. This is a wonderful pedigree, with tail female to Goody Two Shoes (5h and Rough Shod) and sire line to Blandford through Windsor Lad. Windsor Slipper is in the pedigrees of three horses who made it into Dr. Birdsall's Bloodlines of Hunters and jumpers in North America.
There is nothing to worry about in the pedigree. However, the fact that Sherry Netherland only stood for three years in Holstein and doesn't seem to have been preserved in their genetics would be something to research further.
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