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  • buckpasser · Buckpasser was mated to some of the top fillies and mares at the time including Lady Pitt, Discipline, Queen Empress, Queen of the Stage, her dam Broadway, Amerigo Lady, Fanfreluche, Stepping High, Too Bald, Straight Deal Quillo Queen etc. he also had a colt Buckfinder by Shenanigans Ruffian's dam. This horse was originally to be named Watergate but was changed to Buckfinder · 1241 days ago
  • buckpasser · The Buckpasser Northern Dancer cross is an interesting one and I have always wondered how many of them might have been serious head cases as I went to look at a Buckpasser Northern Dancer cross as a hunter/jumper prospect. I was told he was related to Lenjoleur and had been on the track but hadn't amounted to much. He was a magnificent horse. Big bay horse looked a lot like Buckpasser physically. Great conformation, lovely mover and jumper but a complete nut. He would jump a course of 8 jumps perfectly and the suddenly rear up for no reason. He could be violent in his stall if the mood came upon him or a complete pussy cat too. Extremely unpredictable. Needless to say I didn't purchase him. The trainer who had him for sale was a race track trainer who said some of this horses traits were common in this cross. I don't know if he was right or not but it was an interesting point. · 1241 days ago

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