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  • Look at this potential for me!

    I am not sure if I know how to copy the URL for the pedigree on this horse.....in fact I know I don't get it. He is on equineline under Haveadrinkonme. I think his pedigree looks fantastic for eventing. Does anyone have the time to look at it for me and give me an opinion? He is also on craigslist for Portland, Oregon. I am going to look at him tomorrow. I love his look and his lineage!
    Last edited by fibbermaggee; Jan. 7, 2012, 03:34 PM. Reason: update.......so disappointed

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    http://www.equineline.com/Free-5X-Pe...year=&breeder=

    There is his pedigree! I dont know much about pedigrees, but thought having link might help out.
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      #3
      Thank you! Wish i was more techy!

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      • #4
        Is it this guy?
        http://portland.craigslist.org/mlt/grd/2780632925.html

        If so... I'm friends with his seller on FB... and he is just stunning. I hope you get him!
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          #5
          Yes! That's him. He's got me really hot and bothered! Seeing him at noon tomorrow! I usually don't have reactions like this.....something about him!

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          • #6
            No pedigree help from me either but CUTE! (you should totally buy him )
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            • #7
              Too bad you couldn't ask denny emmerson - he knows a lot about tb breeding and could help -

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              • #8
                Send a PM to Vineyridge.

                She does amazing stuff on pedigrees.

                Nice race record, very consistent.

                ~Emily
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                • #9
                  Denny has been doing a TON of pedigree posting on FB lately - check out Tamarack Hill Farm.

                  I know that several stallions he has mentioned are also in this guy's pedigree, including: Neartic/Nearco, Hail to Reason, Bold Ruler/Nasrullah, Princequillo, and I'm pretty certain he's also mentioned Tom Fool.

                  Pedigree-wise, he's a fairly well-bred/typically-bred Thoroughbred.

                  Check out Denny's postings, though - he's got a lot of great insight.
                  Originally posted by SmartAlex

                  Give it up. Many of us CoTHers are trapped at a computer all day with no way out, and we hunt in packs. So far it as all been in good fun. You should be thankful for that.

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                    oldenmare, see, I didn't think he was very typically bred. No Mr. prospector, no seattle slew, no storm cat. I think Sadlers wells is pretty well thought of for sport. Also, Damascus and Bold Ruler.....both in Coconut Grove's pedigree I think. I did pm Viney.....see what she says.

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                    • #11
                      Good luck...
                      have been interested in a couple of horses on that site, spoke to the seller
                      , but got zero follow through as far as sending me requested info on the horses (pedigrees, photos, etc...)
                      "When life gives you scurvy, make lemonade."

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                      • #12
                        He's not exactly my type (I like them a bit too-short in the back, where he may be a little too long - but still totally ok, just a preference), but I like him from the pics! I really like the way I'm guessing his neck ties in when he's not a bit hyped up and looking around.

                        Good luck!
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                        • #13
                          PM sent.

                          Interesting factoid: He was bred by Zenyatta's owner.

                          Would someone please post a link to Denny's Facebook page?
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                            Thanks to Viney! I will update after I see him tomorrow!

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                              Originally posted by vineyridge View Post
                              PM sent.

                              Interesting factoid: He was bred by Zenyatta's owner.

                              Would someone please post a link to Denny's Facebook page?

                              If you (or anyone) has an aversion to Facebook, he's posting the same information here. Though all his wonderful pictures are Facebook.
                              You know you're a horse person when your mother, who has no grandchildren, gets cards addressed to Grandma, signed by the horses, cats, and dogs.

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                              • #16
                                Oh man... handsome guy. Glad he's so far from me!
                                “They were not sitting backwards on their horses,” he said with a sly smile. “But they had no dressage preparation..." - Bert de Nemethy

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                                • #17
                                  Holy Moses, Hot Dam you've Got Sadlers Well's on top and Something Royal both top sports Horses bloodlines in my humble opinion and then my all time 5* sire Private Account...Hubba Hubba if he was not all the way across the country I would so be there w/ my trailer and check book..YES Sir Re...

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                                  • #18
                                    ditto...that is some nice breeding!!! Looks great too!
                                    Good luck tomorrow at your visit-hope you're bringing a trailer with you...he looks worthy of getting asap!

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                                      Originally posted by judybigredpony View Post
                                      Holy Moses, Hot Dam you've Got Sadlers Well's on top and Something Royal both top sports Horses bloodlines in my humble opinion and then my all time 5* sire Private Account...Hubba Hubba if he was not all the way across the country I would so be there w/ my trailer and check book..YES Sir Re...
                                      I have a gelding with Private Account on top (he's by Personal Flag, out of a Pleasant Colony daughter) and he's just fabulous.

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                                      • #20
                                        Originally posted by vineyridge View Post
                                        Interesting factoid: He was bred by Zenyatta's owner.
                                        Huh?

                                        Equineline says he was bred by (Canadian mining magnate) Charles Fipke. Zenyatta was owned by Jerry and Anne Moss.

                                        The Mosses bought Zenyatta as a yearling; she was bred by an entity called Maverick Production, Ltd in KY.

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