This is the first horse apple I have gotten off a three-in-one tree I grafted up in my backyard. The rootstock was started from a seed by my wife about 6 years ago, I guess. I planted that tree in the yard three years ago and grafted a horse apple scion from a friends 75 + year old tree that has since died, some old time striped apple from a tree that he has that is pushing 70 but is dying, and a sweet red apple of some kind from his brother. The seedling rootstock has really done well with this combo. I absolutely LOVE apple crisp made from this variety of horse apple.