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    Looking for info on saddlebred mare

    A few years ago I was given a saddlebred mare. Just had her old owner send me her registered name and DOB. If anybody can access the registry I'd love to know more about her if it's in there. Edgewood's Just a Dream dob 4/16/2001. Just curious, she's here to stay history or not.

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    Edgewood's Just A Dream (135838M)

    REGISTRY RECORDS


    Official Statement - PDF for print
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    • * - Deceased
    • 1 - Name has been changed
    Horse NameEdgewood's Just A Dream (135838M)

    Former NameNo former name.

    Reg. Number135838

    ColorChestnut

    Blood / DNA2001/2006


    Foal Date04/16/2001

    MarkingsRight hind pastern, partial left hind coronet, white.

    Current OwnerDaniel A. Savage and Jessie L. Savage





    BreederRickey WalkerWytheville, VA





    Scroll down to view and click on Pedigree, Offspring, Competition Records to display information


    Ownership History
    Daniel A. Savage and Jessie L. Savage 02/15/2008
    Anne M. Kozloff 02/21/2002 02/15/2008
    Rickey Walker 04/16/2001 02/21/2002
    Pedigree


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    • 1 - Name has been changed
    Offspring


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    123604 RLF My Hot Caramel (123604S)
    Foal Date: 05/03/2010
    Color: Chestnut And White
    Sex: S
    My Magik Marker (113365S)
    126856 RLF Hot Ticket's Kolor Commander (126856G)
    Foal Date: 04/25/2009
    Color: Bay And White
    Sex: G
    My Magik Marker (113365S)
    142646 Sable And Pearls (142646M)
    Foal Date: 04/23/2005
    Color: Chestnut And White
    Sex: M
    My Magik Kolors (95651S)
    NOTES:
    • A RED offspring registration number indicates that competition records are listed.
    • A GREEN offspring registration number indicates that only In-Hand competition records are listed.
    • A BLUE offspring registration number indicates that no competition records are listed.
    • A PURPLE offspring registration number indicates a World’s Grand Champion
    • An ORANGE offspring registration number indicates a World Champions (1st places)
    • A PINK offspring registration number indicates a Reserve World Champions (2nd places)
    • * - Deceased
    • 1 - Name has been changed



    Competition Records


    Get PDF of ResultsShow All Results | Show KSF Results
    All Results
    West Virginia Futurity Region: 11 Class Date: 7/26/2001 weanling fillies Judges: ed millett Exhibitor: rick walker Entries: 8 Placings: 6 High Pts: 0 KSF: 0 KSFW: 0 CH: 0.0 CHEQ:0.0 NP: 0 Money Won: $0.00 GN Prize Earnings: $0.00
    West Virginia Futurity Region: 11 Class Date: 7/26/2001 weanling junior exhibitor Judges: ed millett Exhibitor: jay walker Entries: 4 Placings: 3 High Pts: 0 KSF: 0 KSFW: 0 CH: 0.0 CHEQ:0.0 NP: 0 Money Won: $0.00 GN Prize Earnings: $0.00

    3.141592653589793238462643383279502884197169399375 10582097494459230781640628620899862803482534211706 79821480865132823066470938446095505822317253594081 284811174502841027019385.....

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      #3
      Pedigree got scrambled during cute and paste. But this is athe ABP link for her dam and sire

      https://www.allbreedpedigree.com/hello+hollywood4
      https://www.allbreedpedigree.com/sultans+american+dream
      3.141592653589793238462643383279502884197169399375 10582097494459230781640628620899862803482534211706 79821480865132823066470938446095505822317253594081 284811174502841027019385.....

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        #4
        There was an ASB stallion named Juan Rex (around 1947) who was exported to South Africa and re-named Edgewood's King.

        Wonder if your horse is related? Some of those S. African horses' or their offspring did make their way back to US.

        You might contact ASHA- American Saddle Horse Assoc. in Lexington, Ky.

        https://www.asha.net/
        "There is no fundamental difference between man and animals in their ability to feel pleasure and pain, happiness, and misery." - Charles Darwin

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          #5
          She’s in Allbreedpedigree, if that helps you at all. Leave off the apostrophe in “Edgewood’s”.

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            #6
            oh how cool! Thank you!

            I know virtually nothing about Saddlebreds. My only real contact was one at summer camp in the early 1970's. I've had other breeds but I'm an accidental ASB owner.

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              Original Poster

              #7
              I'm still poking through it. Fascinated!

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                #8
                FYI- as a new saddlebred owner I shall warn you....Never underestimate the working brain of a Saddlebred. They are always
                in thinking mode.
                I call them the 'German Shepherd" of the horse breeds. Super smart and easy to teach. Unreal cognition and IQ.
                It there were a Mensa for horses, this breed would be the leader.
                "There is no fundamental difference between man and animals in their ability to feel pleasure and pain, happiness, and misery." - Charles Darwin

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                  #9
                  I got that covered. 50 yrs of peoples throw away horses has gotten me used to just about anything. Plus I had a donkey, there's some mensa for you.

                  Her testing me has mostly been bluster. She is ungodly nosy. I have a major snowmobile trail that cuts through the back of my property in the winter and she's got to stand out there in all weather watching the snow machines. She also has to investigate every critter that passes through the fields. If she deems it dangerous you can watch her herd the old blind app she lives with into the barn.

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                    #10
                    If I saw this breeding I would easily snatch her up! Wing Commander, Yorktown, and Supreme Sultan are all really good lines in my experience.

                    As said above ASBs are extremely intelligent and high drive horses. My mare has to be handled in a specific way due to her past but once I figured out her learning style there's no limit to what she picks up! Super fun horses to do groundwork and liberty training with as they love being around their people and learning.

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                      Originally posted by SueNH View Post
                      She is ungodly nosy. I have a major snowmobile trail that cuts through the back of my property in the winter and she's got to stand out there in all weather watching the snow machines. She also has to investigate every critter that passes through the fields. If she deems it dangerous you can watch her herd the old blind app she lives with into the barn.
                      LOL. Yep. I had always had Thoroughbreds. I've decided that Saddlebreds are just Thoroughbreds with more snark. They are into EVERYTHING!

                      The truth is always in the middle.

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