three-quarter brother

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three-quarter brother (plural three-quarter brothers)

  1. (horse breeding) The male offspring of a horse's sire/dam that is by/out of a sibling of its other parent.[1]
  2. (horse breeding) The male offspring of a horse's dam and a son of its sire.[2]
  3. (horse breeding) The male offspring of a horse's sire and a daughter of its dam.[2]

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  1. ^ Carol W. Mulder, "Correct Terminology", Arabians Today, 1986
  2. 2.0 2.1 AHP Style Guide for Equine Publications

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