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What TB's make good TB parents today

        I am starting to make cross's of some of my TB's now just for fun. The 
one's I currently have were chosen purely because I liked them. I would also 
like to aquire some TB's which have proven to be both fertile and producers of 
good offspring, I am assuming some cultivars will pass down their good qualities
with greater percentage than others. Any suggestions ? I have seen this type of 
information occasionaly in some of the catalogs of smaller growers, are there 
other sources for this information ?

                Thanx in advance,

Chad Schroter           Los Gatos, California

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