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Re: Iris of the Milennium

From: "Rusty Thornsburg" <rtburg@hotmail.com>

>From: "janet & shan" <shan@montana.net>
>Why not pick a Space Ager for the milennium?  

My thoughts exactly
or a Space Age Broken Color

LOL.  All the fuddy-duddies in the AIS would have a collective stroke if 
the Iris of the Millenium was a tie between Baboon Bottom and Thornbird! 

I suggest the Space Agers that have made a major difference in 
breeding-- the first, of course, Unicorn.  (Advanced Guard was the REAL 
first, but Unicorn is the "historical" first... like the North Poles)  
Sky Hooks has made a tremendous contribution to SA breeding, both the 
'97 and '98 Dykes Medal winners were descendants, and then there's 
Mesmerizer, which is already being used in MANY MANY crosses.

Just my thoughts,

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