Forefather of Many of the Outstanding Quarter Horses
Dan Tucker sired many great horses, but without a doubt the greatest was Peter McCue. Peter McCue's blood had greater influence on the development of the Quarter Horse between 1900 and 1940 than that of any other single individual.
Peter stood 16 hands high and weighed 1,430 pounds . He and Joe Hancock, his grandson, and Old Fred are the largest Quarter Horses to influence the breed significantly.
Peter McCue represents one of the most important modern strains, and his bloodline has been carried on through his many sons and daughters.
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