What was the name of the horse who sired the entire Morgan horse breed?
The name of the horse that had started the Morgan breed is Figure.
Justin Morgan was sired by a thoroughbred named True Briton and out of a part Arab mare sired by a thoroughbred named Diamond. At that time most of what we know as thoroughbreds were very closely descended from the three foundation stallions for the breed, Godolphin Arabian, Darley Arabian and Byerley Turk. Justin Morgan is thought to probably be a "sport" or a mutation.
I'll Have another was sired by Flower Alley.
Justin Morgan, a schoolmaster who lived in Vermont in the 1700s, brought a short, stocky colt back from Massachusetts in 1792. This horse was named Figure. He was sired by True Briton and his dam was a mare "of Wildair breeding." Justin Morgan put Figure up for stud at his farm in Vermont. Soon, Figure could out-plow the plow horses, out-trot the trotters, and was overall very versatile. Figure raced against New York bred horses… Read More
Well, Paint horses are originally from Spain. When Hernan Cortez came to North America, one of the 16 horses he brought with him was spotted. This one horse sired dozens of foals, many of which had spots like him. This is how the breed arrived in America.
It is possible, but not a good idea. Inbreeding can cause serious health problems for the offspring.
Secretariat was sired by Bold Ruler out of Somethingroyal. His gandsires were the great Princequillo, a horse with great stamina, and Nasrullah, a great speed horse, and sire of Bold Ruler.
acentaur, half man and half horse, and he was the onlyimmortalcentaur New answer, Chiron was the son of Kronos who was in the form of a horse when he fathered or sired Chiron and Philyra the mother who abandoned him.
Yes. He sired 654 foals, including the great Risen Star, and female Horse of the Year, Lady's Secret.
The first Arabian horse imported to the US was in 1725, a stallion who sired some 300 foals. More were brought into the US throughout the 1700's and 1800's.
This would depend on how the term was used. If you mean ' the horse threw a shoe.' that would mean the horse lost it's shoe somehow. If it was ' the horse threw the rider.' it means the horse lost it's rider somehow. It can also mean the horse 'threw' a foal ( gave birth/sired a foal). There are many meanings to this term, depending on how it was used.
An American king bred quarter horse who turned 4 on March 7, 2011 and is an English horse. he is a bay and has black legs and a black mane and tail. He is sired by Noticeonemoretime and damed by Queenie chex. People say that he will be a dressage champion!!
i have a kid that is sired by a registered Nigerian dwarf and his dam is a registered pygmy. is there any registry for the cross breed? i need to know soon! thanks! Taylor
# Clawed hooves # Hooked beak # Sired by Posidean and Medusa # Where his hoof fell was the site of a spring or fountain. # Captured and tamed by Bellerophon # Used to kill the Chimera
Man o' War sired 386 registered foals.
Darla is the first Vampire in BTVS. She appears in th first season and is killed by Angel whom she sired. She is then brought back to life in the spin off show Angel, but is re-sired by Drusilla who is her grandaughter( as Angel sired Spike Who Sired Drusilla). She then dusts herself to enable her human child to live.
If you breed a Miniature horse with a regular horse will you get a horse the size of a Shetland Pony?
Miniature bred to over 15hh = Foal mature 14hh-15.3hh Miniature bred to Galloway (13.2hh - 14.3hh) = Foal mature 13hh and under OR 14.3hh Miniature bred to 13hh and under = Obviously, foal will mature 13hh or under Sometimes, though, the results will be different, depending on the genes of the horses bred, and the size. It would be extremely hard on a miniature mare to a carry a foal sired by a full sized… Read More
Frank TV - 2007 You're Sired was released on: USA: 4 November 2008
Of the 108 foals sired by Seabiscuit, only two had moderate success as racers. Sea Sovereign and Sea Swallow. Heredity is a risky deal, breeders hope the foals of champions will someday be champions themselves. Sometimes they are and sometimes they aren't. The great Seattle Slew has sired and grandsired many successful, if not famous offspring. Secretariat, on the other hand did not pass on much of what made him a 'super horse'. Seabiscuit was… Read More
he sired his son
Pegasus is a winged divine horse sired by Poseidon, in his role as horse-god, and foaled by the Gorgon Medusa. Pegasus was stabled in Olympus by Zeus and was given the task of carrying Zeus' thunderbolts. Because of his faithful service to Zeus, he was honored with transformation into a constellation. Pegasus helped Perseus to complete his tasks (one of which was to chop off the head of Medusa). Thus the constellation is named after… Read More
No he sired two children
A foal is the name for a baby horse, it is Either sex. A filly is a baby female horse, and is a filly for 2 years. Then it is called a mare. Some wait to call them mares until they have become pregnant or reach the age of 4 years old. A colt is a baby male horse, and stays a colt until 2 years old. Some wait to call them stallions until they… Read More
Stallion refers to a male horse, particularly one that is, or can be, used for breeding. In the English language it can be important to know the gender of an animal because some pronouns and other words are gender-specific. (He, him, his, himself; she, her, hers, herself) Example sentence: "That stallion is a fine horse. She He is 10 years old and has sired many potential champions."
Horseisle: Missouri Fox Trotter The Morab is a direct cross between Morgans and Arabians. It is a relatively new breed with heavy Arabian influence. Arabians appear often in the foundation bloodlines of the modern Thoroughbred. The Godolphin Barb, Darley Arabian and Byerly Turk are considered the founding fathers of the racehorse breed, and all three were mainly Arabian. Arabian blood appears in other famous racehorses, notably the Eclipse line. The Missouri Fox Trotter is an… Read More
Lamech Genesis 5:28-29
There are 2 syllables. De-sired.
He sired 654 foals.
It depends on how you look at it. Here are some good horses: Man O' War- beaten only once, named the greatest racehorse of the 20th century Phar Lap- the greatest Australian horse of all time Ruffian- nicknamed the "Queen of Fillies" The fastest horse to ever run was Secretariat who won the derby and is the fastest horse ever ridden. He sired more than 300 foals and died at age 19 because his legs… Read More
Yes. The Jewish people are descendants of Abraham, whose Semitic ancestors lived in the Fertile Crescent and who lived most of his life in the Middle Eastern country of Israel (Canaan) 3800 years ago. Abraham is called a Hebrew (Genesis ch.14) because "Hebrews" (Ivrim) means descendants of Eber (Ever). Ever was an ancestor of Abraham (Genesis ch.10-11), and the early Hebrews were Abraham's uncles and cousins for several generations back. They were Western Semites and… Read More
Seabiscuit sired 108 foals
He abandoned her to the wild.
The TN Walking Horse originated in the mid 1800's in Tennessee. One of the first TN Walking Horses was the great Black Allen. He was bred to race but he was a failure because he didn't race, he paced. The owners kept on selling him until one owner realized what a great horse he was. Black Allen sired many great ancestors of today's TN Walking Horses. If you need more information you can look up… Read More
He sired these horses - Lady's Secret who was the 1986 Horse of the Year. Risen Star which won the 1988 Belmont and Preakness Kingston Rule which won the Melbourne Cup in Ausralia. And also Tinners Way which won the 1994 and 1995 G1 Pacific Classic.
fathered, usually used with horses, farm animals and pets
desired, tired, fired perspired Desired, Expired, Sired
No. Wyatt Earp died childless
Bold Ruler is the stallion who sired Secretariat. He was the leading sire for a number of years, and sired many champions. His lines appear today in champions such as AP Indy, Bernardini, Storm Cat, Smarty Jones, Elusive Quality, and many more.
mostly looked after the kids they sired and did the laundry
He sired no Triple Crown Winner.
Semen that is ejaculated into cows to produce Angus-sired calves.
Big Brown was sired by Grade III winner Boundary, a son of North American Champion sire Danzig, who was a son of Northern Dancer. Big Brown's dam was Mien, also a granddaughter of Northern Dancer through her sire, Nureyev.
Man 'o War sired many good ones, chief among them: War Admiral (Triple Crown Winner, 1937) Crusader, War Relic, Clyde Van Dusen, Bateau, Battleship, and many others.
Secretariat was the first American thoroughbred horse to win the Triple Crown. After a highly distinguished racing career, Secretariat was named Horse of the Year and put out to stud. He sired several horses that also went on to become champion racers. In 1989 Secretariat was diagnosed with laminitis. The disease was incurable, and Secretariat was euthanized on October 4, 1989. Secretariat won the Triple Crown in 1973. Sir Barton was the first to win… Read More
A vampire has to suck your blood then you have to suck theirs. When they do that to you they have "sired" you (as its called in Buffy).
He sired 663 named foals, with 53 stakes winners.
Secretariat sired 654 live foals in his stud career at Claiborne Farms.
yes, but technically right now it is because damon turned her and she is sired to him.
Angel (Angelus) sired (turned into a vampire) Drusilla who in turn sired Spike (William). Spike traveled with Drusilla, Angel, and Darla around the 1880's. So essentially Angel has always been aware that Spike was a vampire.
In English there are no masculine or feminine forms. English uses gender specific words for male or female. The word 'sired' is the past tense, past participle of the verb to sire (to be the biological father of, most often used in terms of breeding animals). The past tense verb used for a female biological parent is bore or borne. Examples: My terrier sired a litter of six puppies. (fathered) My terrier bore a litter… Read More
Vampires never admit to being a vampire until someone finds it out themselves... and then are killed or sired