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  • looking for my horses breeder

    I was wondering if anyone knew how I would be able to find my TBs breeder? I got his pedigree from the jockey club but I couldn't get any info on his breeders I would like to speak to them and possibly get some pictures of him when he was a youngster. He is a great boy who I don't think did well as a racehorse. he was bred in Ky but sold at the keenland sales when he was a yearling. Any info would be a great help!!!

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    What's your horse's name? If you don't want to share that info on here, you can buy race record and pedigree reports at www.equineline.com which should list the breeder/owner.
    It's a uterus, not a clown car. - Sayyedati

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      #3
      I did that already but it didn't list his breeders contact info his name was Interception he is a 1994 model.

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      • #4
        Here is the information from the Jockey CLub Registration Status page

        Search Results
        Registered Thoroughbred
        Name: Interception
        Dam: Kitty Cassal
        Foaling Year: 1994
        Sex: Gelding
        Breeder: Ralph Logan & Lisa Turney
        DNA Sample: No frozen blood sample is likely to be available

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        • Original Poster

          #5
          Thank you for the info but how do you get in touch with them?? I can't find contact info for them or their stable/racing name.

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          • #6
            You have to be a sleuth! You could try googling one of the names with the horse's name or just the word thoroughbred. Also try the breeder's name with the dam's name.

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            • #7
              http://apps.keeneland.com/sales/Sep02/pdfs/3902.pdf

              Kitty Cassal pops up in a lot of pedigrees if you just google her name.
              Delicious strawberry flavored death!

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              • #8
                Yup, you find out the breeder's name and that's when Google and Whitepages.com come into play.
                It's a uterus, not a clown car. - Sayyedati

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                • #9
                  I used the phonebook and started dialing everyone in Ocala with the fairly generic name listed on my horse's papers. I got hold of him on the third try. ("Hi, do you breed Thoroughbred horses? Oh you do!") Got lots of interesting background info, including the story behind the horse's appallingly bad name.
                  -Natalie
                  Union Square Stables LLC
                  Thoroughbreds

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                  • #10
                    Not such a bad name!

                    Interception is actually kind of a cool name, goodness knows there are some much worse ones out there! Glad you got the scoop on your horse. Mine was bred by a larger breeder, I'm pretty sure they wouldn't remember him.
                    Don't wrassle with a hog. You just get dirty, and the hog likes it.

                    Collecting Thoroughbreds - tales of a re-rider and some TBs

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                    • #11
                      Appallingly bad name: Amarillo Elbert

                      Also you never know, this guy isn't a small-time breeder either but he remembered the horse because he went in a partnership with a friend (the aforementioned Elbert from Amarillo) and bred to the short-lived Concorde Bound, then tried to talk the girl who bought the horse as a yearling OUT of racing him because he was over at the knees. Every horse has a story.

                      Now my mare from Farnsworth... THAT has to be an anonymous filly.
                      Last edited by Full Stride; Feb. 27, 2008, 04:35 PM. Reason: left out info
                      -Natalie
                      Union Square Stables LLC
                      Thoroughbreds

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                      • #12
                        I was looking for an owner and found their name at the Fasig tipton sale, emailed them and they gave me contact info.

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                        • Original Poster

                          #13
                          Thanks everyone i have tried google and the yellow pages but haven't gotten anywhere i don't know where in KY there are so i will try the other horses on his pedigree.

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                          • #14
                            Go to www.whitepages.com and enter
                            First name: L
                            Last name: Turney
                            State: KY

                            You will get Lisa Turney's contact information. It says she is the owner of Shamrock Glen in Versailles. If you google that, you get this site: http://yourkentuckyhorsefarm.com/

                            I hope that helps.
                            ~Susan

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                            • Original Poster

                              #15
                              Thanks I am going to contact her thanks for your help I am not very computer savy!!!

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                              • #16
                                not to hijack your thread but on my horse they list Klaravich stables as the breeder but have never been able to find any info anyone have any ideas? (Hurdle rate)
                                Last edited by ivy62; Mar. 1, 2008, 05:40 PM.
                                Mai Tai aka Tyler RIP March 1994-December 2011
                                Grief is the price we pay for love- Gretchen Jackson
                                "And here she comes. Is it a bird? Is it a plane? No, it's ZENYATTA!"

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                                • #17
                                  Originally posted by Full Stride View Post
                                  I used the phonebook and started dialing everyone in Ocala with the fairly generic name listed on my horse's papers. I got hold of him on the third try. ("Hi, do you breed Thoroughbred horses? Oh you do!") Got lots of interesting background info, including the story behind the horse's appallingly bad name.
                                  This made me LOL. I don't think I could ever bring myself to go through the phonebook like that

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                                  • #18
                                    and win photos

                                    maybe this is a spin off on breeder info but you can also get race win photos
                                    if your horse raced and won from track photographer archives. this is just the
                                    coolest!
                                    track trash
                                    resources for recycled racehorses

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                                    • #19
                                      Yeah you should especially try calling everyone in Ocala and asking if they breed Thoroughbreds. This is not an especially great way to narrow the field!!

                                      Of course he is a major consignor and is at all the OBS functions... I found that out later.
                                      -Natalie
                                      Union Square Stables LLC
                                      Thoroughbreds

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                                      • #20
                                        Klaravich Stables

                                        You can find information on Klaravich Stables at the following link:

                                        http://www.ntra.com/stats_bios.aspx?id=27293

                                        If you look up Seth Klarman in whitepages.com without including the state, you will find his information. It must be the one who is the president of The Baupost Group (from the info in the above link) listed in the results.
                                        ~Susan

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