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Date Posted: 08:38:27 07/18/06 Tue
Author: Kelsey
Subject: Mare Books
In reply to: kyla 's message, "stam line help" on 17:36:57 07/17/06 Mon

Do you have the Mare books? If you don't it is virtually impossible, but if that's the case I can look it up for you, just let me know what their mother and grandmother's names (down the mare line) are.

If you do have them..here's how you go about finding your mare. The current edition was published in 1997, so for the younger horses you have to look for their mother rather than the horse itself. In the front of the first book is an index listed alphabetically with all the current mares as of '97. There will probably be mulitples of the names that you have to narrow down by the letter inital afterwards. Next to the name are two numbers arranged like so: 50; 9. The first number is the stam, the second the generation.

So say I was looking for the mare Elza, next to her numbers are 11; 6. So I go to Stam 11, which is in the first of the two mare books. There are colums numbered at the top which represent the generation. Look in the number 6 generation. You may have to look through a few pages depending on the size of the stam, but the mare's name will appear in that column, and from that you can see her mother, sisters and daughters. Some stams offer info. about themselves and the founding mare, others don't. I don't know why particularly.

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