|Breeders of EASTER KING and/or HOLLYWOOD GOLD Horses (4 Sites, 8 Hits) 09/09/2001 admins
This ring is dedicated to the preservation and promotion of the Easter King and/or Hollywood Gold bloodlines for future generations of horsemen. Anyone breeding or owning these lines are invited to join.
|Foundation Quarter Horse (11 Sites, 54 Hits) 12/24/2000 idowebsites
These Foundation Quarter Horse websites talk about the original ranch horses. They are well-muscled horses suitable for cattle work and as family horses.
|Quarter Stallions (10 Sites, 542 Hits) 06/13/1999 genessa
Quarter Horses were developed in America to be good at short sprints.
|BLACKBURN #2228 (4 Sites, 7 Hits) 10/16/2001 admins
This site is dedicated to everyone that breeds or enjoys ridding horses that trace back to the AQHA stallion Blackburn.
Pictured above is Mr Blackburn 940, a line bred Blackburn stallion owned by Ross Quarter Horses.
|Grullo Quarter Horses (7 Sites, 8 Hits) 07/17/2001 okieshadow
Grullo is a color of horses in the dun family, characterized by tan-gray or mouse-colored hairs on the body, often with shoulder and dorsal stripes and black barring on the lower legs. In this coloration each individual hair is mouse-colored, unlike a roan which is composed of a mixture of dark and light hairs. There are several shades of grullo, informally referred to with a variety of terms including black dun, blue dun, slate grullo, silver grullo, silver dun, or lobo dun. In the Icelandic horse, the grullo color is called "grey dun," in the Highland pony, it is called "mouse dun", and in the Fjord horse, Norwegian,"grå" or "gråblakk" (literally, "gray dun").
|Skipper W Bred Horses (8 Sites, 22 Hits) 07/10/2001 adoptable
Skipper W is a legendary quarter horse that lived from 1945 to 1963. He was born on the ranch of Hank Wiescamp. Some of the sites listed within this community feature the descendants of this legendary equine, while others have info on horses in general
|Three Bars Descendants (10 Sites, 35 Hits) 09/28/1998 okieshadow
Three Bars was the most prolific Quarter Horse bloodline of the 20th century, but ironically he was a Thoroughbred. The description states that he was "from Quarter Horse parents," that is incorrect. His parents were Thoroughbreds. His sire was Percentage and his dam was Myrtle Dee. A horse cannot become a "famous Thoroughbred racing horse" from Quarter Horse parents. Only Jockey Club registered horses can compete in Thoroughbred racing and they must be from Thoroughbred parents to be registered. It is true that Three Bars was "made a member of the Quarter Horse Hall of Fame," but it was due to his ability to sire extraordinary Quarter Horses which continued down through his progeny. Most Quarter Horses in the 21st century have at least one cross in their pedigree to this great horse.