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I know just a little bit about your horse, based on what you have told me. You didn't mention his mother's name, so I don't know that side of his pedigree. We stood your horse's sire, Wamp's Perfect Pine, at the University of Illinois for a couple of years. Wamp's Perfect Pine was a stocky built foundation type sorrel colored Quarter Horse with a good temperament. He was a bit thick necked and not the most refined about his front end, but he was a quality horse with good athletic ability. He was by a horse named Pine Wampy, who in turn was by Poco Pine, if my memory serves me right. This is a good reining, cutting, cow horse bloodline. Wamp's Perfect Pine earned a superior in reining and if I remember right, I think he also had points in roping and halter, and probably a couple more events that I can't remember.
We have moved on to using mostly Standardbred horses in our teaching and research herd, so we don't have any of your horse's kin in the herd any longer.
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