International Champagne Horse Registry

Champagne Dandy Fella



Lisa Becknell
1205 Old Morris Chapel Road
Adamsville,  TN  38310   USA

Offers for stud service beginning in 2008:

Champagne Dandy Fella ("Cash")

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2005  American Paint Horse stallion
Amber champagne
APHA  #858221, ICHR # PT 2005-0512


We will be breeding to outside mares in 2008.  Cash is a quiet and very well put together guy. He has been DNA typed and is heterozygous for the tobiano gene. Negative for LWO. He has a small head and ears and should be about 15+ hands when finished. He comes from a long list of Champions and includes Pepsi Poco in his lines.  The introductory stud fee is $250 and $100 non-refundable booking fee.  Mares must be breeding sound and in good health.  We are only offering live cover at this time.  Mare care is $5.00/day dry or $8.00 wet.  If you would like to see his pedigree, need a breeding contract or would like to see more pictures please visit our website.  Thanks for looking!

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