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The Western Thoroughbred History – Little Request

Little Request was a multiple stakes winner and track record setter. He is best known as the dam sire of leading sire and broodmare sire Streakin Six. A leading sire in his own right, Little Request had a huge impact on the western industry. He sired champions on the track and performers in the arena.… Continue reading The Western Thoroughbred History – Little Request

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The Western Thoroughbred History – Mr. H. Z.

Mr. H. Z.’s pedigree combined the best Thoroughbred bloodlines form Europe, Australia and the United States. With successful Thoroughbred and Quarter Horse siblings, he had strong ties to both breeds. Mr. H. Z. was a stakes winner and track record setter. His get were successful on the track as well. Most notably, one of his… Continue reading The Western Thoroughbred History – Mr. H. Z.

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The Western Thoroughbred History – Past Due

Past Due carried the bloodlines of early twentieth-century speedsters. Although he had a limited sire record, he has had a lasting impact on racing and barrel racing through his daughters. Mares that he sired became the matriarchs of dam lines that have produced great horses such as Eddie Stinson and Coronas Leaving You. Past Due… Continue reading The Western Thoroughbred History – Past Due

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2020 WNFR Pedigree Analysis

In 2020, the Wrangler National Finals Rodeo returned to Texas for the first time in nearly 60 years. Globe Life Field in Arlington hosted the historic rodeo, which was the first non-baseball event at the park. While there were significant changes, the 2020 WNFR still showcased the season’s top-fifteen money earners in bareback riding, steer… Continue reading 2020 WNFR Pedigree Analysis

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OTTBwestern History – Leinster House

The Emerald Isle is known for its rolling hills, Celtic ballads and dark beer, but not necessarily for its barrel horses. Yet surprisingly, one of the greatest families of barrel horses began in Ireland. Many futurity, derby and open horses can trace their direct sire line back to a dark bay Thoroughbred stallion from the… Continue reading OTTBwestern History – Leinster House

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Five Lies You’ve Been Told About the American Quarter Horse

They say you cannot believe everything you hear - which might be especially true when you're talking about horses! Here are five falsehoods you may have heard about the American Quarter Horse we all know so well. https://www.facebook.com/jobberbill/photos/a.2143419515888644/2446020888961837/?type=3&theater Lie #1: The American Quarter Horse is the most popular breed in the world. It is true… Continue reading Five Lies You’ve Been Told About the American Quarter Horse