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Mighty Bar Love - 1987.jpg (70014 bytes)Mighty Bar Love, a daughter of the gold QH, Miss Belial Bar. The sire is believed to be Mighty Leo (the Appaloosa, not the QH). This photo was taken in 1987 when she was a weanling. Mabel Bunge holding the halter in both this and the photo below.  Owned since age 5 by Willie Madline of Stillwater, MN, the mare is now 22 years old and still in excellent health.

Mighty Bar Sadie - 1989.jpg (80596 bytes)Believed to be a full sister to the above filly.  Out of Miss Belial Bar, and probably by Mighty Leo. This photo was taken in 1989 when Mighty Bar Sadie was a yearling.

I Dream of Champagne. Amber blanket Appaloosa colt. Belongs to Beth DeVries of Michigan. Champagne line to Miss Tommy Raffels

Champagne Appaloosa eye close-up, photo courtesy of Julie Yatsko

Palida, a lovely amber champagne appaloosa mare, when she was owned by Gentlewood Farms.
palida_sm.jpg (25834 bytes) Palida4.jpg (123533 bytes) palidaeye.jpg (76844 bytes) palidanose.jpg (109555 bytes) Palida3.jpg (162877 bytes)   


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Emailing the ICHR:  Horse color questions will not be answered without the horse's breed and registered name, if any.  Due to the extensive research conducted by the ICHR, we are usually able to determine if a horse has champagne in its pedigree by recognizing the names of ancestors we have determined were champagne,
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