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Work clearing on the Pedegru Farm. Overall we felled 75 trees that year (2005)
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    1. Todd Roberson
      January 27, 2014 @ 1:14 PM Roufah, a bay mare owned by the late Jarrell McCracken carried 100% Babson blood and was a shining star for the Babson horses, both in the showring and in the breeding shed. Her wins with David Gardner ranged from Top Ten's in Mare Halter to Top Ten's in Pleasure Driving. However, arguably her greatest achievement was her son Na Ibn Moniet by Ibn Moniet El Nafous. He was Grand Champion Stallion at the Scottsdale Show at a time when straight Egyptian horses weren't allowed to win the big prizes such as that and his name is in the pedigree of many top S/E's of today. Roufah brought respect and glamour to Babson breeding and helped breeders realize that it could stand all on it's own.
      Written by Jeff Wallace
    2. Pedegru Pedeguru
      January 29, 2014 @ 8:54 PM Fascinating. Thanks for sharing this. This is the kind of history I've really grown to admire with Pedegru. This is going to be useful to everyone for so many years to come. I've studied the Babson line some...quite significant and old. It's quite fabulous to leaf through history and see the progression lines have made as they've aged. So much work goes into these programs. They're really being commemorated - really wonderful.
    1. Pedegru
      January 13, 2014 @ 9:54 AM Not to mention the stunning images. What a backdrop! Beautifully done. Star maker catches your breath. Let us know how we can help you Virpi.
    2. Pedegru Pedeguru
      January 29, 2014 @ 8:42 PM The sweet part is the best isn't it? They pop that nose over, take an affectionate breath, and wait for the rub, scratch, pat and peck (oops, guess I'm giving my routine away) - hard to explain to someone you just have to experience it to know, right...
    1. Teresa
      January 29, 2014 @ 2:12 PM I think it had something to do with them being added to the American Kennel Club. but I'm not positive. They are also called Blue Heelers or Red Heelers.
    2. Pedegru Pedeguru
      January 29, 2014 @ 8:34 PM I think that's right actually. No matter the reason Queensland Healer is a really nice name. The Blue and Red make sense too (color, right?) but the other sounds exotic to me - silly huh?
    1. Rob Neal
      July 20, 2013 @ 9:04 AM Hi! Since your Member page is now like a website thought you might have fun loading it up with information. Animal Profiles are just as rich now too and have neat tools/features like Showcase, Pedigrees, unlimited room for images and lots of room for text. The pedigrees are the best and as members have been building the database rankings on Google have taken off because everything on Pedegru is so searchable - including the pedigrees. This is a video on YouTube that shows you a lot more. #4 is the best place to start. http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL788FF4135BBAA7D3&;;;;;;;;feature=plcp . Enjoy the site and glad you're here! Rob
  1. Pedegru Pedeguru
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    April 20, 2013 @ 10:16 AM I don't seem to be having much luck with translating well for you. I guess you've found the translation at the top with Google? Thanks for figuring that out and telling me about what you're doing. Have you tried to cross them with another breed. I understand it's done but don't know the benefits. Not that I think the Boers can be improved upon but I've read some like to make adjustments to the core qualities. Do you know why?
    1. Pedegru Pedeguru
      April 20, 2013 @ 10:34 AM Do you find that mixing breeds offers any good added qualities. I've read about mixing the Boer with other kinds but don't see the benefit. I think they're ideal as they are. You?
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