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2000 Dun Mare
Chamois is a pretty dun mare with no white markings at all. She was injured as a weanling and cannot be ridden very hard, so her job is to be a 'just a broodmare' but what a broodmare she is! She is by our dun stallion, Tig, out of our black mare Bito Chic. Come visit and see if Chamois' foals will fit into your program.
|Chamois, as a foal||Chamois, as a mature broodmare|
Chamois and her 2007 Freckle Charge colt Sammy.
Chamois is by our stallion, Hijo De La Tigre (a grandson of Poco Bueno) out of our mare, Assured Seas, who is by Assuredville. Assuredville is by Nashville TB a top race horse producer and stakes winner, and out of the black type mare Miss Assured who produced 2 All American Derby winners after the age of 18. She was also a multiple stakes producing mare. Assured Seas' dam was Queen's Oceanette TB. There are pictures of her roping on the 'Our Horses' web pages. She was a tall stout Thoroughbred mare that was one of the best head horses ever. Though she was a TB, her first love was anything to do with working cattle, she was one we could cut cattle bridle less on, as well as competitively run barrels in rodeos.
Chamois' dam was our good mare Bitochick. She was by Mr. McChick by Triple Chick, out of a Go Man Go granddaughter, also boasting of bloodlines such as Apple Cash, and Oklahoma Star. Bitochick was a consistent barrel horse, winning many saddles and cash. We also found, in later life, that she loved team penning and sorting until a colt-induced injury left her crippled. Chamois has the strong, "I can do anything disposition" like her dam Bito Chick did, which she passes on to her foals! Her foals are very independent, and very self confident yet wonderful to handle and ride.
Chamois is a great producer!
Check out her last 3 foals...
|Chamois' 05 Missin Lena filly, Rodeo||Chamois' 06 Peppinic filly, Spifinic||Chamois' 07 'Freckle Charge' colt, Sammy|
Please contact us about Chamois' offspring and our future breeding plans for her.