International Champagne Horse Registry



 


Mark's Cindy


Classic Champagne Missouri Fox Trotter mare

Bob and Charlotte Blackwell
Seymour, MO
http://members.aol.com/oldcowb476/foxtrot.html

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She is shown here in her winter coat, which is what she was wearing when Bob acquired her recently, but we should have more pictures before long.  Note the characteristic pink, freckled skin under the tail.

Her pedigree: cindy.1.gif (8432 bytes) Click to enlarge.


Bob has been told that this glistening light golden mare, Fancy Free, and her foal, are Champagnes, also... we are investigating...

http://members.aol.com/blkwlmusco/index/FANCYFR.htm

http://members.aol.com/oldcowb476/nursery.htm

 

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