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Finding my horse's full brother - born 1989

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  • Finding my horse's full brother - born 1989

    I recently discovered that my horse has/had a full brother, born in 1989. With it being so long ago, I really have no idea how to try to track him down, or obviously if he's still alive. I think most of his connections are probably either deceased or retired from racing. Any suggestions? Their breeder was James R. Barnett. Probably should have looked into this like 20 years ago :/
    ~Nancy~

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    The chances of your locating a 31 year old TB are probably slim, but it might help if you gave us the horse's name. That way, if he raced, we could look up his connections.
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      #3
      His name was Count D' Lick. I figure it's very unlikely, and a good chance he's deceased, but thought I'd try anyway. He did race, but was even worse than my horse 😄
      ~Nancy~

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      • #4
        The chart for his last race says "broke down" before the half mile mark with no further notations. So depending on what happened there, it's possible he may not have made it past age 4.
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          Ugh. Didn't think to look at that, thanks 😢
          ~Nancy~

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