International Champagne Horse Registry



Ms. Sally  Cobb                                        SOLD!
30673 Andreen Road
Valley Center,  CA  92082  USA

Zips Color Me Lynx ("Bree")

2009 APHA Mare/filly
Amber Champagne   APHA# 968,996 
ICHR # PT2009-0706       ** Pedigree**

Born   5-31-09 in CA,  Zips Color Me Lynx, aka "Bree", is a sweet and friendly filly who loves people.  Her pedigree is a versatile mix of cow horse, cutting/sorting/penning talent, and Western Pleasure.  She is put together nicely and is very athletic.  She would rather nuzzle a person than eat.  She is too cute!  Her sire, Cardinal Lynx, sires good minded personable foals. Should finish at 15 hands, 1000 lbs. 
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COLOR INFO:  "Bree" is DNA color tested EE, AtA, meaning she cannot have any red-based (chestnut, gold, palomino, etc.) or solid-black-based (black, classic, or smoky black) foals, no matter what stallion she is crossed with.  She can produce amber or sable champagne, bay, or brown.  She has one champagne gene (Chch), so, when bred to a non-champagne stallion, each of her foals has a 50% chance of being champagne.  When bred to a stallion with one champagne gene, each foal has a 75% chance of being champagne, with a 25% chance of their being homozygous for it (which is a wonderful thing!)  And when bred to a stallion homozygous for champagne (ChCh), of course the foal will absolutely be champagne, with a 50% chance of it being homozygous. 

Price:      $3,500   NEW!  Reduced price!  $1,500!    SOLD!

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Paso Robles, CA 93447-4430

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