finding information/pedigree on my dad's Arabian
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How do I find out about a horse my dad had.  It was a registered Arabian Stallion, Grey/white as it aged.  The horse was bred a few times and I want to find a horse with same bloodline if possible.  I don't have a lot of information to go on.  I don't even have the horse's full name, only the first name and maybe not the correct spelling: Kasack (sounds like Cossack).  We only called him by his nickname, Kassie.  One of offspring was in Missouri.  The horse was one year old when my dad got him in about 1960??

Maybe this isn't possible to track but it would mean so much.  My dad died when I was 10 and my grandpa continued to care for his horse.  Kasack was such an important part his life.  Once my grandpa passed the horse was given away and died soon after (around 1987-88).   I obviously don't know a lot about horses so any help would be appreciated. 

Thanks so much,


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Hi kathy9399,

I tried to find information on Kasack for you but found nothing.  Without a full name or a partial name (correctly spelled) along with a birth year it won't be easy.  You might try contacting the Arabian Horse Association and see if they can shed some light. There are many Arabian Associations across the world, but here is the link to one of them.  Hope it helps. On their home page you can click the "Contact Us" link to either call them or send them an email.

If you do find his name and pedigree information please let me know.  It would be fun to hear about.

Sorry I could not help more..............Good luck !



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