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Lone Star's Family History
Dreaming of Lone Star
Dreaming of Lone Star
    Great Grandparents
  Grandparents Midnight Moonlight (s)
  Lucky Star (s)  
Parents   Lady Luck (m)
Stardust (s)    
    Dusty Spurs (s)
  Dusty Rose (m)  
    Wild Prairie Rose (m)
     
    Knight Skye (s)
  Solitary Sir Nick (s)  
    Nickers (m)
Lone Lady (m)    
    Mister Shady (s)
  Shady Lady (m)  
    Liddy (m)
     

BREED HISTORY

BREED CHARACTERISTICS

The name "Quarter Horse" came from early sport-loving settlers who raced these horses on (you guessed it) quarter mile stretches. The Quarter Horse is said to be the first all-American breed.

The Quarter Horse was bred to be compact and muscular for work (as a cow horse) and play (as a race horse). A Quarter Horse can be one of 13 colors, with limited white markings on the face and below the knees.