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purebred

(pyo͝or′brĕd′)
adj.
Of or relating to an animal having both parents of the same breed or variety.
n. (pyo͝or′brĕd′)
A purebred animal.

purebred

progeny derived from at least several generations of animals of the same breed.

purebred herds
herds (or flocks) composed of purebred animals. Not necessarily registered animals. Distinct from crossbred herds.
purebred pedigree
pedigree of a purebred animal.
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It should be the last thing on your mind when setting up a profitable purebred flock, not the first thing
In the fifth round, named Al Jabal Al Abiadh, and allocated for purebred Arabian horses for a distance of 1200 meters Duwi Du Krwats won the first place, owned by Sheikh Tahir bin Saud al- Khalili, rid by Mutasim bin Said al- Balushi.
Only nonaggressive, mixed breeds - no purebreds - that have been spayed or neutered can enter the show, in such categories as Best Kisser, Fastest Eater, Worst Breath.
The 1,200-metre contest, which is aimed at encouraging local breeders of Purebred Arabians, has attracted eight runners, including the Satish Seemar-trained Gustav, who was third in the race last season.
Conclusion: Dog owners tend to select purebred animals that, at some level, grow up to look like them.
This report was created for strategic planners, international executives and import/export managers who are concerned with the market for purebred bovine breeding animals.
Shaikh Hamdan began promoting Purebred Arabian racing in England, and across Europe, 33 years ago, when the first race of its kind was held at Kempton Park -- and it was a success," he said.
Eric Friedman, the Los Angeles owner of purebred pointer Norton, thinks twice now about traveling with his panting friend, since he now has to buy the dog his own seat.
This report was created for strategic planners, international marketing executives and export managers whose primary concern is the world market for live swine excluding purebred breeding animals.
Dorafshar said the idea for the event came after viewing a dog show, which typically features purebreds.
In what follows, this report begins by summarizing the world exporter's market for live bovine excluding purebred breeding animals.
While Al Marri topped the pack of riders competing in the Purebred Arabian endurance horses' category, the Spanish duo of Alejandro Dachs Izquierdo and Nuria Serrabassa Fabre made it a 1-2 in the category for Purebred Arabian horses that have earlier in their careers races in flat races.