Clarksdale, MS--the golden buckle on the cotton belt
Interesting that the Harpham Turk is the root for Nimmerdor. And that King Fergus, which is the sireline for St. Simon, was found in Traks and Oldenburgs. And that Flying Childers is still found in QHs and is the only line found in the Standardbreds that were studied.
Thank you so much for this.
"I'm a lumberjack, and I'm okay." Thread killer Extraordinaire
At least with the stallions with xx sire lines--did she really need Y dna markers-- or as a scientist would you use the dna markers and also check the given bloodline to see if it all lined up ? (She would have to be looking at pedigrees anyway or how would she know it traced back to eclipse as the source?)