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A new descendant from the grey-tail-male lineage of Dancer's Image has been informed, albeit he died a few years ago.
His name is MAJALES. Who knows if he left an entire grey son.

MAJALES (grey h 1980, by Beneagles out of Modulace, by Lyon)
http://www.pedigreequery.com/majales

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http://www.schct.cz/dokumenty/katalog2007.pdf
http://www.sporthorse-data.com/horse/10 ... -_2big.jpg
http://www.sporthorse-data.com/horse/10 ... es-big.jpg
http://www.sporthorse-data.com/horse/10 ... -_3big.jpg


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It has been made public the interest of saving Dancer's Image grey-tail-male lineage via Tarquin Silk, who seems to be his only surviving grey descendant. Is anyone interested in saving this lineage? If yes, please post your interest here and let her owner be informed. Thanks for your interest.


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Well Tarquin Silk used to literally cry if i did not go and see him first, where i used to keep him and other TB's of mine, i had a superb stallion named RED GALLEON by Semitime/Semipalatinsk whom i bred, somebody poisoned him and he is dead, Tarquin Silk is a beautiful natured Stallion, when he was in training all the track riders loved him, he had smooth paces and could really gallop fast. But he did not go on to race due to a rotten syndicate, also the Trainer did not get him fit, the horse got fatter not more conditioned, took the money but did not put in the training, so i pulled the horse out of work, sod it, Trainers don't always do the right thing by the horse, also the Trainer hit him for no reason made the horse very unhappy, he got depressed, the only one who could help him out of his depression was his paddock pal RED GALLEON who kept whinnying him, until Tarquin reacted and started to eat and drink again. Mr.I.Boesse the owner of Steady Eddy informed me that Steaddy Eddy died on Anzac day here in S.Australia this year. So sad he was the Sire of TARQUIN SILK.(valerie120bb@dodo.com.au)

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Let's see if any of our members may help Tarquin Silk's owner and breeder post some interesting photos she took of him ----someone with more expertise on posting photos! Thanks in advance for any assistance.


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Hi from Valerie in South Australia. I don't think anyone appears interested in Tarquin, a few negative remarks were made about Greys, they are only a color, anyway some like a nice calm grey, Tarquin Son.ULTIMO RAE is a Brown same color as his WINNING Dam.OCTICKLE by Eagling,Nureyev. Ultimo Rae is only unbroken now as I had a serious accident, and could not afford tio pay somebody else to break him in, i usually am able to do breaking & schooling, but due to my accident have since not attempted. That is the sadness i face now with a beautiful Colt not broken in, but handled of course a lovely natured Horsde, as his his Stunning Sire.TARQUIN SILK, even if some on this forum think Greys are just white horses with age, really a good horse color does not matter, as even black horses also get Melenoma's. So please don't condemn Greys, the HOT sun causes the problems with no shelter.

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Can't help there but I did look after SWALK through 2 breeding seasons, lovely old mare and cracker foals, the filly out of her was a beautiful filly very tall, I will find out more if I can

http://www.equineline.com/Free-5X-Pedig ... ame==Swalk (AUS)&dam_name==Vive La Show (AUS)&foaling_year=1985&nicking_stats_indicator=Y

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Adventure Walk http://www.racingvictoria.net.au/Racing ... ode=648846

Coolroom Candidate http://www.racingvictoria.net.au/Racing ... ode=697408

Due Cento http://www.racingvictoria.net.au/Racing ... ode=354436

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Interesting duo. Good grey candidate for a potential grey-homozygous, grey-tailmale produces if both are crossed with Tarquin Silk.

DUE CENTO (grey M 1992) Bicentenary – Aswalk by Godswalk
http://www.pedigreequery.com/due+cento

COOLROOM CANDIDATE (grey m 2001) Mister C – Swalk by Godswalk
http://www.pedigreequery.com/coolroom+candidate

The third one (below) is also a good candidate for a grey hetertozygous, grey-tailmale
produce if she is crossed with Tarquin Silk.

ADVENTURE WALK ( brown m 2000) Adventurous – Swalk by Godswalk
http://www.pedigreequery.com/adventure+walk


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Roguelet wrote:
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Jorge wrote:
A PARTICIPANT BY THE NAME “CHARLIE” POSTED THE FOLLOWING COMMENT (LAST COMMENT) AT THIS HASKIN COLUMN:
( http://cs.bloodhorse.com/blogs/horse-ra ... rench.aspx )
Charlie’s quote:
“I have a Stallion named TARQUIN SILK whom I bred, his Dam Eureka Girl was by Loving Jim,by Jim French/Graustark,Ribot. Her Dam was National Maid,/Coronation Boy/Never Say Die bloodlines.etc.
Tarquin Silk was born in 1999 and is a Steel Grey His Sire is Steady Eddy/by Go Dancer. I bred a foal by Tarquin Silk out of my Mare Octickle,by Eagling/Nureyev/Northern Dancer.
My friend own Crown Classic by Regal Classic she has a Daughter by Tarquin Silk who is a 2 yr old now.(unamed) I am in Adelaide, South Australia.”

CAN SOMEONE FROM AUSTRALIA TELL US MORE ON THIS GREY STALLION,
WHO SEEMS LIKE THE ONLY “GRAY-TAIL-MALE-LINEAGE” CARRIER LEFT BY THE GREAT NATIVE DANCER?


Any update on this lineage?


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Any update on this lineage?

Any new information from Australia about TARQUIN SILK?
Thanks in advance for your assistance.


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As far as evidence suggests, Tarquin Silk may well be
the world’s only grey tail-male-lineage descendant
of Dancer’s Image, and who knows if also the only
one left coming from the great Native Dancer.
If anybody has found another strain, please let us know.
(Who knows if a surviving grey strain from George Thomas
http://www.pedigreequery.com/george+thomas may
still be around---see henceforward)

According to the following Australian Thoroughbred source:
http://www.studbook.org.au/Horse.aspx?h ... 7|0Tarquin
Tarquin Silk is described as follows:
“Tarquin Silk (AUS) 1999 grey stallion by Steady Eddy (AUS) 1989
from Eureka Girl (AUS) 1981, by Loving Jim (1974, by Jim French dkb/br 1968); bred by V.E. Sumner. SA

● Tarquin Silk (grey h 1999) by
01. Steady Eddy (grey h 1989) by
02. Go Dancer (grey h 1979) by
03. Dancer’s Image (grey h 1965) by
04. Native Dancer (grey h 1950)

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● George Thomas (grey h 1987) by
1990 T. Derby winner: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F3a-XXTmeXM
Photo: http://www.sporthorse-data.com/d?i=10052081

01. Godswalk (grey h 1974) by
02. Dancer’s Image Silk (grey h 1965) by
03. Native Dancer Silk (grey h 1950)


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PostPosted: Sat Aug 30, 2014 9:19 pm 
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GOOD NEWS:

Three grey tail-male lineage descendants from
Native Dancer --> Dancer‘s Image --> Godswalk --> George Thomas -->
have appeared. These are their names with their pedigrees:

01. TOM BAULT (gr/ro H 2006) http://www.pedigreequery.com/tom+bault
02. HARHARIAS (gr/ro H 2006) http://www.pedigreequery.com/harharias
03. ON MY MIND (gr/ro H 2005) http://www.pedigreequery.com/on+my+mind7


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Jorge wrote:
As far as evidence suggests, Tarquin Silk may well be
the world’s only grey tail-male-lineage descendant
of Dancer’s Image, and who knows if also the only
one left coming from the great Native Dancer.
If anybody has found another strain, please let us know.
(Who knows if a surviving grey strain from George Thomas
http://www.pedigreequery.com/george+thomas may
still be around---see henceforward)

According to the following Australian Thoroughbred source:
http://www.studbook.org.au/Horse.aspx?h ... 7|0Tarquin
Tarquin Silk is described as follows:
“Tarquin Silk (AUS) 1999 grey stallion by Steady Eddy (AUS) 1989
from Eureka Girl (AUS) 1981, by Loving Jim (1974, by Jim French dkb/br 1968); bred by V.E. Sumner. SA

● Tarquin Silk (grey h 1999) by
01. Steady Eddy (grey h 1989) by
02. Go Dancer (grey h 1979) by
03. Dancer’s Image (grey h 1965) by
04. Native Dancer (grey h 1950)

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● George Thomas (grey h 1987) by
1990 T. Derby winner: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F3a-XXTmeXM
Photo: http://www.sporthorse-data.com/d?i=10052081

01. Godswalk (grey h 1974) by
02. Dancer’s Image Silk (grey h 1965) by
03. Native Dancer Silk (grey h 1950)


Still want to know if any of the aforementioned
gray tail-male lineages coming from Native Dancer/Dancer's Image
is still alive. :roll:

Thanks in advance for any assistance.


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PostPosted: Thu Apr 09, 2015 10:37 pm 
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The following 3 descendants of the grey OGURI CAP
(by the grey strain of Dancing Cap, son of Native Dancer)
have been found.

The only asterisk is that OGURI CAP is also carrying his grey color via his grey dam, White Narubi, whose color has no relation with Native Dancer, but from the a different grey strain, namely, Silver Shark. So who knows for sure if Native Dancer is the unequivocal grey gene provider here.

Runthroughtheturf (gray h 1995) http://www.pedigreequery.com/runthroughtheturf
Yamanin Take Off (gray h 1995) http://www.pedigreequery.com/yamanin+take+off
Osumi Bomber (gray h 1995) http://www.pedigreequery.com/osumi+bomber


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