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The Answer's To Last Week's Poll Question

The poll question for the week of May 5 was, "Based on show ring results from the past few years, which stallion would be the best cross with a mare by The Pushover?

A statistical evaluation of this question can be found by using the new Progeny Search tool at

The top choice based on our Progeny Statistics and also the top vote-getter was Hard Texas Cash.  Hard Texas Cash currently has 7 get out of Pushover mares that have performed well in the show ring recently. Pushover’s Miss Cash was the top point’s leader for Hard Texas Cash get.  This mare has been shown with great success in the Country Pleasure division in 2007. Texas Independence was a close 2nd in points earned for this stallion.  Texas Independence is owned by Wink and Nancy Groover, and had been shown in Amateur competition by Nancy.

Jose Jose was the second vote-getter in the poll, but based on Progeny statistics Jose Jose is actually ranked seventh in this cross.  The cross between Jose Jose and Make Over (by The Pushover) resulted in Jose’s Solitaire, the 2007 Owner/Amateur Three Year Old Mare/Gelding owned by Joe and Janice Fostek.

Third in voting was Generator’s Silver Dollar.  Although Generator’s Silver Dollar was a strong choice, he is statistically ranked third by our Progeny Search crossed with a Pushover mare. Generator’s Silver Dollar had 11 crosses with Pushover mares that have performed for him. The top point earner for this cross was Pushovers Super Dollar owned by Great Oaks farm and was show in 2007 in the Amateur 2 year old division.

Out On Parole was forth in vote, but is ranked sixth on the Progeny Search statistically. Up for Parole was one of the crosses with a Pushover mare that has done well.  This stallion owned by Robert and Janelle Jones was shown in 2007 in Open and Amateur Three Year Old Stallion Competition by Jimmy McConnell and owner Robert Jones.

Take a look at this week’s poll question and see if you can pick out the best answer by using our new Progeny Search. For more information on how to use the Progeny Search, click here.

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