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By Robert Moorman Denhardt

So much region Horse breeders and breed specialists think that during the construction of serious zone Horses one shouldn't ever underestimate the significance of the dam. they're confident that, within the lengthy run,"the distaff facet of the pedigree is the only to watch." They agree that one reason behind the eminence of the region Horse in racing, express, area, and breed festival is the standard of the dams who helped stumbled on the breed and provides it the original conformation and blazing pace at the brief track.This booklet, full of precious anecdotes and music legends, will subscribe to its significant other quantity at the sires as an quintessential resource for zone Horse breeders, vendors, and racetrack and rodeo enthusiats, in addition to for historians of the pony and its function within the Americas.

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Ringbone was sired by Crofts' Partner, who was also the sire of Morton's *Traveler. *Mary Gray was not only a fast race mare but also the dam of well-known sprinters. Some who were by *Janus were Wyllie Jones's Blue Boar, Thomas Eaton's Club Foot, and John Goode's Poll Smiling. Other descendants include Polly Williams by Mark Anthony, Red Bacchus by Old Bacchus, and Polly Flaxen by *Jolly Roger. *Selima was an even greater mare than *Mary Gray, as shown by the influence of her produce on the running Quarter Horse.

The Polly Williams sired by Mark Anthony was the fastest horse of her generation, except perhaps for Twigg. She was foaled in 1774. According to one record she was somewhat rough, a dusty-red sorrel with a high goose rump, ragged hips, and very narrow quarters. She sported a blaze and had socks or stockings on all four legs. Her dam was a *Janus mare. She was bred by Peter Williams, of Dinwiddie County, Virginia, but raced by William Davis, of North Carolina. She met an untimely death when she was shot to prevent a match race.

His conformation was adopted as typical for the breed. By 1940 three exceptional twentieth-century Quarter Horse sires had been identified that were built along the general lines of *Janus: Joe Bailey, Joe Moore, and Red Dog. Dan D. Casement, writing in the introduction to the first edition of the American Quarter Horse Association Stud Book (1940), described the ideal Quarter Horse as follows: There is the small, sensitive, alert ear, his wise bright eye, the amazing bulk and bulge of his jaw which seems to betoken his bulldog tenacity and resolution.

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