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Quaterback offspring with belly spots! More than two out there?

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  • Quaterback offspring with belly spots! More than two out there?

    Does Quaterback himself have one?

    I have now seen two Quaterback offspring with belly spots. I love belly spots! Four of my horses have them, and I really wish the whole herd did, too!

    The first Quaterback that I have seen is Quaterback x Idocus, and he is very flashy. He has 4 whites - the fronts are white into the knees and one hind is white into the hock. He has a big belly spot.

    Here is a video second one that I have seen - at the Elite Foal and Broodmare Auction. The belly spot is locted below the girth area and more between the front legs.

    #211 - Quintus - Quaterback x De Niro x Prince Orac xx. http://service.vit.de/pfauktion/pfli...=43043&id=2310

    Are there more Quaterback's with belly spots, or is this it? Wondering if this is coming from his bloodlines, or perhaps the dams?

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    I am not sure ...but I love belly spots too!!!
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    • #3
      I have a Wolkentanz I with a belly spot. Very fancy boy who earned his name Wowdacious. Out of a coal black mare with almost no white.
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      • #4
        Our colt from this year does. It's small, about two inches or so and it's very splashy. He also has three high stockings, over knees and hocks, a big wide blaze and a splash on the front of his hock on his solid leg. Interestingly, his dam has two high stockings and a blaze but when bred to solid stallions, produced basically no white at all. Then when bred to Quaterback, it sure came out.
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        • #5
          Originally posted by Home Again Farm View Post
          I have a Wolkentanz I with a belly spot. Very fancy boy who earned his name Wowdacious. Out of a coal black mare with almost no white.
          I would like you to know that I have fallen in love with this colt via the internet. His name is GREAT also
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          • #6
            My Sir Rocco (Sir Bedo/Florestan) has a big belly spot and a lots of white hairs on his left side just under the saddle pad area.

            Here you can see it when he was a foal
            http://i184.photobucket.com/albums/x...occofoal21.jpg

            And here you can see the belly spot and the white hairs under the saddle pad - just behind the riders leg

            http://i184.photobucket.com/albums/x...-Sir-Rocco.jpg
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            • #7
              Belly spots or any spots.. I'll take em. . I have 4 black mares 3 of which are almost all solid and no bling! We bred to Quaterback this year.. I am hoping aside from the knee action and movement that I get some bling!! (ok... first healthy foal on the ground.. then bling!). Please Please Please!
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              • #8
                Anyone know what the dams of these belly spot foals look like?

                My guess is Quaterback is Splash, based on the look of his hind leg white. Likely Sabino as well, based on his face white. The combination, especially when combined with a mare who is also one or both of those, can easily lead to the greater expression or one or the other of those - belly white.

                Just had to add - in searching for more/better pictures of him, I stumbled across this comment and thought it was quite funny!

                Experienced horsemen and horsewoman pointed out that his walk was "only average" (he got a 7). Well, Jesus splashed when he walked on water too.
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                  #9
                  Experienced horsemen and horsewoman pointed out that his walk was "only average" (he got a 7). Well, Jesus splashed when he walked on water too.
                  OMG, that IS too funny! He is a rather God-like stallion, isn't he? Or, is that a pun on belly spots and white?


                  hiddenacresmi - is your QB foal coming 2009, or 2010? How many of those 4 black mares did you breed to him? What are their bloodlines?

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                    Here are the QB 2009 foals from the auction. Interestingly, most of the dams have minimal white. It does not appear that any of the dams have belly spots. So, hiddenacresmi, you might be in luck of getting some white from your minimal white mares!


                    Most have video, several only have pics. Click on the little video camera icono on the right side for video:
                    http://service.vit.de/pfauktion/pfli...=42842&id=2310

                    http://service.vit.de/pfauktion/pfli...=42846&id=2310

                    http://service.vit.de/pfauktion/pfli...=42861&id=2310

                    http://service.vit.de/pfauktion/pfli...=42933&id=2310

                    http://service.vit.de/pfauktion/pfli...=42961&id=2310

                    http://service.vit.de/pfauktion/pfli...=43012&id=2310

                    http://service.vit.de/pfauktion/pfli...=43043&id=2310 (the one with the belly spot I posted previously)

                    http://service.vit.de/pfauktion/pfli...=43055&id=2310

                    http://service.vit.de/pfauktion/pfli...=43137&id=2310

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                    • #11
                      The dam of Quelle Bonne has the same name and nearly identical pedigree to my Hanoverian mare, Shakira. I guess the Verband does not require that names be unique?

                      Anyway, very nice collection of foals.
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                      • #12
                        Hiddenacres, I am crossing my fingers for bling for you! I bet you will forsure get it with the His Highness mare as her daddy certainly is known for throwing blingy offspring too!

                        You can see in this pic, the belly spot. It is quite small, but is there nonetheless. I am still in awe of how much QB improved on our mare, typewise, movement wise and conformation wise. Amazing.

                        http://s306.photobucket.com/albums/n...0_edited-1.jpg

                        And the splash on the front of his hock:
                        http://s306.photobucket.com/albums/n...2_edited-1.jpg

                        He also seems to have an abnormally light flaxen tail, and the mane, where it is newly grown in, is also very light, almost white. I wonder if that will stay?
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                        • #13
                          So Fantastic, you know my mare.... how do you think she would cross with him???
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                            #14
                            Absolutely!

                            Did you watch the videos of some of those foals? Hubba, hubba! Wha-hooga!

                            I am really liking QB more and more! I think he would cross VERY well with your mare, but it depends on what your goals are. I think crossing her with the husband you chose this year will definately give you a foal with >lots< of pizzaz and oompf, and you have a VERY good chance of getting a belly spot! Alexandro P will also give you more oompf. Not sure about the belly spot with him. He really is something though, isn't he? QB would add alot to your mare, but maybe not the action I think you might be looking for? I'd probably want to buy the foal, however!

                            Actually, I am thinking that I might want to try QB on two mares next year: the bay mare that had the first foal last year (the no-name filly), and also the chestnut 8 yr old ster with big blaze, minimal white on legs (and belly spot!) (how she ended up with so little white considering her father is unfortunate) who is a maiden, but was once pregnant with twins. I am thinking I would breed early Spring. I really liked having those Feb, Mar, April, May foals last year! Hard to believe that the oldest, Miss No-Name (she really needs a proper name!), is already 1 year 6 months already!

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                            • #15
                              I really love your colt Donella. Keep us updated as he develops.
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                              • #16
                                What a wonderful collection of Quaterback foals!! I loved my Quaterback filly more than any other and still regret having sold her at 10 days!! maybe just maybe I should try again. Mine had so much bling and could really move. But more than anything, she was the sweetest foal I have ever had in over 30 years of breeding. QB does a great job!
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                                • #17
                                  Originally posted by YankeeLawyer View Post
                                  The dam of Quelle Bonne has the same name and nearly identical pedigree to my Hanoverian mare, Shakira. I guess the Verband does not require that names be unique?

                                  Anyway, very nice collection of foals.
                                  I thought the foal, Quelle Bonne, looked more like a Sandro Hit foal than a Quaterback foal!! What do you think??? I'm going by the number of Sandro Hit foals I have had recently compared to the Quaterback I had in 2008.

                                  Wanted to add that I just ADORE "QUATERDANCE" http://service.vit.de/pfauktion/pfli...=43012&id=2310
                                  Last edited by talloaks; Aug. 5, 2009, 01:06 PM.
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