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  1. #21
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    Thank you very much!!



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    Quote Originally Posted by wishfulthinking711 View Post
    Anyone know if there is a list somewhere that lists all of a stallions progeny for the year? I figure since my mare has no tattoo and a blue eye I should easily be able to find her out of hundreds of progeny especially since she was born 1999 or 2000 most likely 2000. Pretty sure she is by Carnivalay but I am having her DNA tested to make sure.
    You can BUY the stallion's progeny by year and that will be far, far more complete than pedigree query. It will also include mares that were bred with "canceled" certificates....say if the stud fee wasn't paid.

    Stallion progeny reports are not terribly expensive. www.equineline.com



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    Quote Originally Posted by Simkie View Post
    You can BUY the stallion's progeny by year and that will be far, far more complete than pedigree query. It will also include mares that were bred with "canceled" certificates....say if the stud fee wasn't paid.

    Stallion progeny reports are not terribly expensive. www.equineline.com
    Okay thanks! Once I get her DNA tested I will definitely check it out. Thank you guys for helping me. I will update you guys if I find anything out!



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    Quote Originally Posted by Simkie View Post
    You can BUY the stallion's progeny by year and that will be far, far more complete than pedigree query. It will also include mares that were bred with "canceled" certificates....say if the stud fee wasn't paid.

    Stallion progeny reports are not terribly expensive. www.equineline.com
    For future reference which one specifically would I buy? The Sire's Crop Analysis By Crop Year?



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    Quote Originally Posted by wishfulthinking711 View Post
    For future reference which one specifically would I buy? The Sire's Crop Analysis By Crop Year?
    Yep, if you're sure of the year. If you're not, buy the sire's crop analysis for $18, and that covers everything he's produced.



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    Thank you for your help!



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    the video is public but the pictures are not. I cannot see her face. She looks great on the video.



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    I just put the pictures back to private since I thought everyone was done looking. I will put it back to public for a few days



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    Okay so I contacted UC Davis and they cannot ID test a horse who I do not know both the parents are :/ I sent an email to Country Life Farms to see if they can help ID but as far as a DNA test that is a no go



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