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An intensive form of linebreeding where an individual with highly desirable traits(S) is The D3 offspring would have 87.5% of his genes while D4 offspring would have 93.75%. Such. — “Linebreeding - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia”, en.wikipedia.org
Pedigree for Huddersfield Ben, which shows that Ben was linebred  According to Ben's pedigree, he was linebred (the product of a mother-son pairing), as was his mother Lady. — “Huddersfield Ben - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia”, en.wikipedia.org
He was bred by Randolph Huntington of Oyster Bay, New York, who was noted for his efforts to promote and protect the Arabian breed. His sire, Nimr, was also a grandson of *Naomi, and hence Khaled was somewhat linebred. — “Khaled 5 (horse) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia”, en.wikipedia.org