Tiz A Minister

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Flanders
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Sat Sep 07, 2019 9:36 am

I was looking at the Bloodhorse article about him siring his first winner. I decided to look at his pedigree. I saw something you don't see often in pedigrees, at least not as close as it is in him. If you go back his tail female line to Meadow Fescue(1937), they do not know the dam of either her sire or dam. They know who the sire's were, its just weird. How often does this happen? I'm not used to seeing unknowns unless the early 1800s or further back. Then pedigreequery has then both listed with dams. Its weird the Jockey Club doesn't have the information.

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Sat Sep 07, 2019 9:57 am

Flanders wrote:
Sat Sep 07, 2019 9:36 am
I was looking at the Bloodhorse article about him siring his first winner. I decided to look at his pedigree. I saw something you don't see often in pedigrees, at least not as close as it is in him. If you go back his tail female line to Meadow Fescue(1937), they do not know the dam of either her sire or dam. They know who the sire's were, its just weird. How often does this happen? I'm not used to seeing unknowns unless the early 1800s or further back. Then pedigreequery has then both listed with dams. Its weird the Jockey Club doesn't have the information.

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I think the lineage is complete at Pedigreequery.

Link goes to Royal Gail, the fifth dam:

https://www.pedigreequery.com/royal+gail

(Mildly interesting to see Hill Gail in a contemporary pedigree, for what it's worth.)
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Sat Sep 07, 2019 10:32 am

Yes what I found strange was the Jockey Club doesn't have the pedigree of a horse born in 1937. Its also interesting to see Noor in the pedigree.
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