Pedigree - Indian Artifacts

Attesting to the fact that INDIAN ARTIFACTS himself is versatile are the following registrations he holds:

American Quarter Horse AssociationRegistration #3690101
Performance Horse Registry (As a Thoroughbred Cross)Registration #P0003855
American Warmblood RegistryUSA 40610400295 – First Premium – Full Breeding License
USA Equestrian (Formerly AHSA)Registration #4089104
American Warmblood Society#2001474 – Certified for Branding
United States Dressage FederationLifetime Registration #41067

About the Sire of Indian Artifacts:

He is by Two-Time World Champion, Three-Time Reserve World Champion, Congress All- Around Amateur and Reserve Super Horse: Artful Move. Buzz Fly (TB), the dam of Artful Move is a double bred great-granddaughter of Man O War whose line has sired running winners, AHSA Hunter/Jumpers and Quarter Horses for flat and over fence work. Man O War, War Relic and Bull Dog have produced jumping winners on the United States and Canadian Equestrian Teams; during International competition, in the Olympics, in the Pan Am Games and the Nations Cup to mention a few€

On his dam’s side:

Turn-To by Royal Charger by Nearco bloodlines are found in many modern sport horse pedigrees. Marshua’s Dancer who is out of his 2nd granddam; Marshua is found in the pedigree of many sport horses such as I’m a Star ~ sire of numerous successful 3-day event horses, including Star Appeal, Star Bright, Starbound and Dunroamin Star. Marshua by Nashua, by Nashrulla by Nearco are important sires that appear in the pedigrees of better performing individuals on both the hunter/jumper circuit as well as in on the flat classes. The Nashrulla lines have produced some of the best riding horses in sport today.