rrlogowipo2  gulfstream consider it done  edr-logodunhillhermesliberty vat69









































Welcome visitor you can log in or create an account


Hello and welcome to the fascinating and a little maddening world of origins.

Although here references to thoroughbred lines the principles are the same with all.

You might be curious to know, in addition, Federico Tesio was somewhat eccentric and very lonely.

Although he wrote two books about horses, none of them explains how to plan their crosses. From one point of view, that has its logic ... ca. He raised and trained their copies and not about money, so why would disclose the secret that gave an advantage over your competitors? But as well Louisvile says, what he wanted, without going into further Honduras, was estimated to concentrate some lines above the rest.

His favorite line was indeed that of St. Simon, and considered the Epsom Derby race by selective excellence. Interestingly, St. Simon did not win this race. His owner and breeder died before be played and in accordance with the code of English rules of the day, all registrations were canceled pony.

I would have won, anyway, because it was an outstanding example: as a runner and stallion is among the best that history has given the global horse industry

I advise you, if I may, that to take a lesson in the inbreeding and linebreeding and at the same time, how Tesio originally built, go to www.pedigreequery.com and seek the origins of Nearchus, Cavaliere d'Arpino and Ribot.

If you do, maybe you call attention to the fact that the origin of Ribot there is virtually no name repeated in the first 5 generations, but if you go back (and the program of the website allows it) you'll see that it is a home full of interesting combinations. Tesio, basically, Lo Curro much. And not looking for immediate results. Anyway, I hope that all this does not bore you. Knowing something of sources adds an interesting dimension to the fans to the lines, so I encourage you to persist.

Although at first look that offers you an unfathomable ocean. Look .- The first story you have to look at is a paper with a pedigree developed in hand .- So, parents put them # 1 ---- grandparents ---- No. 2 great-grandparents to the 3 and so on as few generations or ancestry, have your paper.-In this way you stay clear, which is acknowledged 3x3 mean that one of the ancestors are repeated in the third generation of both is by his father as his FATHER: For example: his maternal grandmother and paternal grandfather are the same father.

So-called inbreeding is indicated by its translation (crossing to the inside of your own family in a good romance CONSANNGUINIDAD.-As you pull away from parents PERCENTAGES OF TRANSMISSION OF GENES good or bad, are reduced by that parents give His children, only 50% of the genes they possess, grandparents the 25% great-grandparents 12.5% 6.25% great, great grandparents and so on for BACK .- (Galton Act).

'As for Tesio, was a master observer with its own findings that referred more wing formation and behavior of the players that their background in the corridors that already paid attention .- You also could try to be a Tesio if you had the passion that he had from his youth to produce good horses (well .... you'll need something else) .- inbreeding linebreeding called all that appears from the 5th generation to atrás.-This is, ultimately, with all horses of the thoroughbred RACE RACE OR FINE since they are all descended from three Arab Stallions (Byerley Turk, Darley Arabian and Godolphin BARB). If you manage to find in your searches developed the pedigree of Eclipse, which is CONSANGUINIDAD. SEE-AND was practically unbeatable!


by Great Horses and Walter Raspo Geneticist and Horse Nutrionist