horses with unique coloring/facial markings

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For fans of BUCHIKO and other unicorns that race in the JRA:
3rd place in this race colt HAYAYAKKO is out of BUCHIKO's sister MARSHMALLOW and part of the amazing SHIRAYUKIHIME (Sunday Silence) line of white and colored T-breds. HAYAYAKKO ran huge, will win races!
replay: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G--I_Ma5A0E

Hayayakko (JPN) made his start in a 1800m newcomer race at Tokyo Racecourse.
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Sat Jun 30, 2018 1:44 pm

Just saw this one on Twitter..... a 2017 out of Blanc Manger from that same family. Not sure the sire... ("Aye Sing Flash"....translate strikes again LOL)

https://twitter.com/buena_vista23/statu ... 7999331328

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Sat Jun 30, 2018 6:36 pm

LOL that would be Eishin Flash then... :lol: loved him when he was racing.

https://shadai-ss.com/en/stallion/eishin-flash/
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This is Radlux (JPN) as a foal in 2015 - she broke her maiden yesterday on the dirt, 1700m (and muddy) with Christophe Lemaire at Hakodate. Photos via Twitter, @pakapakakobo.

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Mon Jul 02, 2018 1:40 pm

On Forty Niner's Wikipedia page it states:
He also sired a half thoroughbred half Paint horse, Fifty. Fifty is a world class Performance horse shown with Dubin farms and currently Sinclair Performance Horses.
Has anyone verified this? I would love to see a photo if he does exist.
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Miss Woodford
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Starine wrote:On Forty Niner's Wikipedia page it states:
He also sired a half thoroughbred half Paint horse, Fifty. Fifty is a world class Performance horse shown with Dubin farms and currently Sinclair Performance Horses.
Has anyone verified this? I would love to see a photo if he does exist.
Well, the horse definitely exists and looks like this:
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But I can't verify his pedigree because I don't have APHA membership. He's not on All Breed Pedigree.
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Mon Jul 02, 2018 9:41 pm

Thanks. Not quite as flashy as I was hoping. ;)
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A 2017 colt by Too Much Bling out of Lil Mary Jane, bred in TX (photo taken late last year).
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Starine wrote:On Forty Niner's Wikipedia page it states:
He also sired a half thoroughbred half Paint horse, Fifty. Fifty is a world class Performance horse shown with Dubin farms and currently Sinclair Performance Horses.
Has anyone verified this? I would love to see a photo if he does exist.
I don't doubt that they test breed stallions their first year at stud but I do doubt he is Forty Niner's son. I mean it would make the horse 28. Forty Niner was sold to Japan in 1995, with his last US crop being born in 1996. The horse just doesn't look that old. I did a little searching and I think he is a descendant of Forty Niner.

I think he is by Forty Niner's son, Flight Forty Nine. This is what I found:
FLIGHT FORTY NINE TB. Stakes Winner, $126,768. Sire of FIFTY (APHA) (1,615 APHA points: APHA Reserve World Champion 2-Year-Old Open Hunter Under Saddle; APHA Amateur and Youth Versatility Champion; APHA Open, Amateur, and Youth Champion; top 10, APHA Honor Roll 2-Year-Old Open Stallion and Amateur Barrel Racing; Superior Open, Amateur, and Youth Hunter Under Saddle; Superior Amateur Horsemanship, Showmanship, and Western Pleasure; Superior Youth Hunt Seat Equitation, Halter, and Showmanship)

http://www.professionalauction.com/11_P ... ration.pdf - from Hip 51

Which leads me to believe he is a full thoroughbred registered as I'm Fifty, who didn't race. He is listed as Fifty on All Breed.
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Starine wrote:Thanks. Not quite as flashy as I was hoping. ;)
Flashy enough, with at least one belly spot!
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Flanders wrote:
Starine wrote:On Forty Niner's Wikipedia page it states:
He also sired a half thoroughbred half Paint horse, Fifty. Fifty is a world class Performance horse shown with Dubin farms and currently Sinclair Performance Horses.
Has anyone verified this? I would love to see a photo if he does exist.
I don't doubt that they test breed stallions their first year at stud but I do doubt he is Forty Niner's son. I mean it would make the horse 28. Forty Niner was sold to Japan in 1995, with his last US crop being born in 1996. The horse just doesn't look that old. I did a little searching and I think he is a descendant of Forty Niner.

I think he is by Forty Niner's son, Flight Forty Nine. This is what I found:
FLIGHT FORTY NINE TB. Stakes Winner, $126,768. Sire of FIFTY (APHA) (1,615 APHA points: APHA Reserve World Champion 2-Year-Old Open Hunter Under Saddle; APHA Amateur and Youth Versatility Champion; APHA Open, Amateur, and Youth Champion; top 10, APHA Honor Roll 2-Year-Old Open Stallion and Amateur Barrel Racing; Superior Open, Amateur, and Youth Hunter Under Saddle; Superior Amateur Horsemanship, Showmanship, and Western Pleasure; Superior Youth Hunt Seat Equitation, Halter, and Showmanship)

http://www.professionalauction.com/11_P ... ration.pdf - from Hip 51

Which leads me to believe he is a full thoroughbred registered as I'm Fifty, who didn't race. He is listed as Fifty on All Breed.
That makes much more sense, yes. I saw that pedigree on the All Breed database but assumed the Fifty in question wasn't full TB. I'm curious where he got that color?
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Fri Jul 06, 2018 7:46 pm

Thanks for the research, Flanders.
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Delamont
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Sun Jul 08, 2018 12:45 pm

I Spot A Cartel, race 5, July 7 at Los Al...listed as a paint. He's pretty spectacular (came in second).

https://www.equibase.com/profiles/Resul ... y=G&rbt=QH

In that same short (100 yards!) race, there was also a palomino. I failed to get his name, but he didn't win either.

Wish there were pics.

PS: La Candidata. Finished third.

https://www.allbreedpedigree.com/la+candidata
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Kenlake broke her Maiden in Race 2 at Mountaineer
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A filly named Ruffian...

Eine Stute namens Danedream...

Une pouliche se nommant Trêve...

Kincsem nevű kanca...


And a Queen named Beholder
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Delamont
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Thu Jul 12, 2018 11:34 am

Cool!

She looks little, or am I imagining? Listed (of course!) as a bay. :lol:
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Really flashy filly with what looks like nice conformation....and they're going to name her Mini-Me? :? :oops:
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Miss Woodford
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BaroqueAgain1 wrote:Really flashy filly with what looks like nice conformation....and they're going to name her Mini-Me? :? :oops:
That's pretty clearly a nickname.
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Wed Jul 18, 2018 7:15 am

She is registered as Saluki.
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Wed Jul 18, 2018 1:51 pm

Saluki is a lovely name; the Saluki dog is one of the most beautiful and graceful breeds in the world. Thanks for the info.
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