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    Default Pedigree question

    I finally got the pedigree for my Hano/Tb cross, but I can't seem to pull up the pedigree query for the mom.

    Her name is Fastasta, JC#8724517 (Her dad is Star Choice and mom is Alpha Flight).

    Just curious if anyone is familiar with the line. He's got a great brain, a wee bit juvenile in his thought process for a coming 7 yr old but steadily maturing, and he's athletic as all get out.

    (Dad is a Hano by the name of Walldorf, with all Hano on that side up until a great grandsire named Perser who is also Tb but was approved for the registry)

    Any insight?
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    "Everyone will start to cheer, when you put on your sailin shoes"-Lowell George

    What's the status on Tuco?



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    Thanks! Any insight to the line?
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    Ok small insight - the mare's damsire is by Misty Flight. I own a horse by a different son of Misty Flight, Dancing Flight. I bought my horse as a 9yr old stallion off Garden State Racetrack to be my long format super star LOL. He had some ridability issues I didn't know how to address back then, so he competed through Prelim, and later did the A/O hunters with me.

    He was a fantastic mover with tons of suspension, and a great, back cracking scopey jump. He has great feet, and has been sound, sound, sound

    I love the Princequillo lines. The two horses I have had with him up close (I had one 25 yrs ago that was line bred to him) have been very sound, durable athletic horses.

    Also, a few years ago I had an In Reality line filly, by Judge Smells. She was a nice little thing, a hunter type, nice jump to her, but very spicy.



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    I really like the In Reality. Had some really nice In Reality bred horses. But all very spicy. Very apt description! Lol
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