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Congratulations to Diane for correctly identifying Pago Solano.
Congratulations to Diane for being the first person to correctly identify Pago Solano!
Pago Solano was a 1976 red roan stallion by Doc's Solano and out of a Pago Pago mare. He was bred by Harley R. Brown of Claremont, North Carolina. He competed in the National Cutting Horse Association through 1988 and won nearly $9,500 in NCHA events.
Think you can guess a horse’s identity by its picture, points or pedigree? Then try your hand at today’s Guess That Horse contest, sponsored by Quarter Horse Outfitters!
Today’s winner will receive a “Showing to Win: Western Pleasure” DVD, courtesy of Quarter Horse Outfitters!
Here’s how the contest works:
When the page is live, 10 hints will be posted — one at a time — every few minutes on this pa
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Please post your guesses into the “comments” box below.
The first person to correctly identify the American Quarter Horse wins the prize.
The winner will be announced after all the hints are given. Participants must provide a valid e-mail address to be eligible for the prize.
Get more help with your guesses! Consult AQHA records for pedigrees, show records and much more!
Hint #1: This horse was a red roan stallion.
Hint #2: This horse competed in the National Cutting Horse Association through 1988.
Hint #3: This horse won nearly$9,500 in NCHA events.
Hint #4: This horse produced 20 performing foals.
Hint #5: This horse traces back to Three Bars, Poco Bueno and J B King.
Hint #6: This horse’s dam produced five foals.
Hint #7: This horse was once owned by the University of Connecticut.
Hint #8: One of this sire’s foals, Dekita Solano, was reserve world champion in amateur team penning at the 1998 AQHA World Show Championship Show.
Hint #9: This horse was by Doc’s Solano.
Hint #10: This horse was bred by Chaparral Farm in Claremont, North Carolina.
This contest is now closed.