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Docs Keepin Time

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Docs Keepin Time

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Breed: American Quarter Horse
Sire: Merridoc [1]
Dam: Sister Steph

<tr><th>Maternal grandsire:</th><td>Timeto Thinkrich</td></tr>

Gender: Stallion
Foaled: 1987
Country: United States
Color: Black

Horse (Equus ferus caballus)

Docs Keepin Time is a black American Quarter Horse most famous for starring as Black Beauty in the 1994 film adaptation of Anna Sewell's novel. He went from having an unsuccessful racing career to being one of Hollywood's most sought after equine performers. Docs Keepin Time also played the part of the rearing horse in the Busch Beer commercials, portrayed The Black in the American television series Adventures of the Black Stallion and Gulliver in the film adaptation of The Horse Whisperer.

As a 5th generation offspring of War Admiral, Docs Keepin Time has produced many offspring himself. Two of his sons are Samsons Keepin Time and Starrin Doctor Sunny, a third son Keepin Charge has followed in his sire's famous hoofprints. Keepin Charge was featured in the 2008 movie Appaloosa starring Ed Harris and Viggo Mortenson.



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