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  • #61
    This is my hunter filly: http://www.allbreedpedigree.com/rococo13

    And my jumper gelding is by Caracas (http://www.allbreedpedigree.com/caracas4) out of an unknown mare. I wish I knew who!
    "A goal without a plan is just a wish."

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    • #62
      this is my hunter boy's dad.....his dad's pedigree is on that page

      http://www.silverwoodfarm.com/stateoftheart.html

      my boy is out of a OTTB
      Dacharia = best mare in the world

      http://www.facebook.com/album.php?ai...2&l=65951e5185

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      • #63
        My 3 yr old hunter, Litho, is by Loerke and out of a Rotspon mare named Rhwanda.

        Here's are some pics of him:
        Confo: http://public.fotki.com/VarsityHero4/random/lj.html
        Head: http://public.fotki.com/VarsityHero4/random/ljhi2.html
        First u/s class: http://public.fotki.com/VarsityHero4/random/trot.html

        My 7 yr old hunter mare, Ellie, is an appendix by Jonathon Swift. Her registered name is A Blessing By Jon.

        confo: http://public.fotki.com/VarsityHero4/random/e2.html

        Last, but not least, my jumper weanling Dhouble Scoop! He's a Hanoverian by Don Principe and out of a DWB mare named Senorita.

        head: http://public.fotki.com/VarsityHero4...pfreehead.html
        trot: http://public.fotki.com/VarsityHero4...sptrotbig.html
        confo: http://public.fotki.com/VarsityHero4/random/insp1.html
        Senorita: http://public.fotki.com/VarsityHero4...aconfoahs.html
        Don Principe: http://marydellfarm.com/
        Who needs wings when you've got a jumper?
        http://darkstr.webs.com

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        • #64
          Originally posted by CAJumper View Post
          Wow - I like that pedigree! Sounds like it worked out well for you as well.

          He's a cool horse! His breeder told me that he was "royalty".

          I've had another buckfinder horse http://www.allbreedpedigree.com/bucks+little+bean, but he was a sales horse and he was pretty cool but he went to Canada when he sold and I'm not sure what's become of him.

          Another horse that is also by buckfinder, and has done really well in zone 5, in the hunter ring is Just Harry.
          Stoneybrook Farm Afton TN

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          • #65
            My mare's picture is here http://pets.webshots.com/photo/11758...48355902FhYmFQ She is by the Dutch stallion Anriejetto and her dam was a TB. Her sire was very successful at Dressage at Devon, and she got his fabulous movement, but hers was far more hunter than dressage, lucky for me since she was bred to be the seller's big dressage horse!

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            • #66
              Originally posted by Silk View Post
              Has Mr. Trainer been on her yet? I had another question for you: is one of Rox Dene's kids by Loyal Pal? I think Eyelet is everyone's secret hope for another Rox Dene
              No, he hasn't seen her do anything in person, just some video footage of her with me. We're all pretty excited about her though .
              Rox Dene had two by Loyal Pal; the gelding is doing the childrens in NC, and the mare belongs to a woman in NY still I believe, although I haven't heard anything about it for a while.

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              • #67
                http://www.pedigreequery.com/lady+marianneThis is lady's pedigree. She is not currently competing because of her COPD, but I hope she will be able to have a baby in a few years, that I can show.

                This is my gelding. Weaver He is currently in recovery from a injury.
                Life is Tough ~ Get a helmet

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                • #68
                  Originally posted by kitsunegari View Post
                  PRINCEQUILLO seems to be in alot of the TB's.
                  He is. He was a very influential horse in his day. Here is his story if you are interested. PrinceQuillo

                  He was like the Northern Dancer of his day.
                  Life is Tough ~ Get a helmet

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                  • #69
                    My QH mare's still going strong over fences at 26!
                    www.allbreedpedigree.com/ima+silver+deluxe

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                    • #70
                      Here's my guy...he's going to be an eq horse
                      http://www.allbreedpedigree.com/cyra...+lambroekhoeve

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                      • #71
                        Here is my mare....

                        Great Child / Adult Horse... Just wish she wanted to go higher... LOL LOL

                        http://www.allbreedpedigree.com/blue+moon46
                        " iCOTH " window/bumper stickers. Wood Routed Stall and Farm Signs
                        http://www.bluemooncustomsigns.com

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                          #72
                          Originally posted by Lady Marianne View Post
                          He is. He was a very influential horse in his day. Here is his story if you are interested. PrinceQuillo

                          He was like the Northern Dancer of his day.
                          Wow, great read. Thanks for posting.

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                          • #73
                            My jumper mare
                            http://www.allbreedpedigree.com/penny+lane41

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                            • #74
                              Here's my guy

                              http://www.allbreedpedigree.com/inde...small_font=1&l=

                              I'm so proud, he can do it all. Hunters, jumpers, & he is especially good at the eq tests. The more technical & complex the task is, the more he likes it. I'm not really sure how much of that if any is because of his breeding, but I saw the thread & have been anxious to join in. I've done a little research in the past to find that dressage & jumpers would most likely be my boy's forte, but he seems to excel in just about everything! If anyone can fill me in more in depth as far as his pedigree, what it means, any highlights, it'd be great!
                              EQ Productions ~ The ONLY Equestrian Music Video
                              www.eqproductions845.com

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                              • #75
                                I have a teeny little pony so she will not be up there. But the USEF has her under Breed: WELSH PONY/THOROUGHBRED, even though she has no idea what gallop means!

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                                • #76
                                  Here's my current hunter (retired jumper):

                                  http://http://www.allbreedpedigree.com/agent+wayne

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                                  • #77
                                    Originally posted by Equalizer1105 View Post
                                    Here's my guy

                                    ! If anyone can fill me in more in depth as far as his pedigree, what it means, any highlights, it'd be great!

                                    It's a mix of jumper and dressage specialists, which is not always a perfect thing! The graphit and Donnerhall are very big lines for dressage, wonderful rhythm and lovely relaxed and flexible movement.

                                    the bottom is where you get the jumping from, and that's good because often the temperment comes from the mare. Corde/Landgraf is just plain good jumping lineage, great technique and attitude, crossed with Furioso, who has been no slouch himself, mainly through the good dutch son Voltaire. Scope, and sensibility.

                                    The top can be tempermental, but if you've gotten past that, you should be able to make the most of the pedigree...

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                                    • #78
                                      Originally posted by justridin' View Post
                                      It's a mix of jumper and dressage specialists, which is not always a perfect thing! The graphit and Donnerhall are very big lines for dressage, wonderful rhythm and lovely relaxed and flexible movement.

                                      the bottom is where you get the jumping from, and that's good because often the temperment comes from the mare. Corde/Landgraf is just plain good jumping lineage, great technique and attitude, crossed with Furioso, who has been no slouch himself, mainly through the good dutch son Voltaire. Scope, and sensibility.

                                      The top can be tempermental, but if you've gotten past that, you should be able to make the most of the pedigree...
                                      Thank you so much for the additional insight into my boy's pedigree! He is indeed a very comfy, smooth & flexible mover. And yes, a bit tempermental at times, but nothing that can't be worked past rather quickly. As I mentioned in my OP, he likes the complex things, which tend to be the cure to his "mood swings". Once he's in the zone, it's not an issue.

                                      Thank you again, it's great to have learned a little more about what (and who) makes my horse.
                                      EQ Productions ~ The ONLY Equestrian Music Video
                                      www.eqproductions845.com

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