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Champagne Justice E/T

Missouri Fox Trotter
Classic Champagne

DECEASED

Diane or Mervin Reichle
Grants, New Mexico
Phone: 505-285-2976
Email: foxgait2@hughes.net
Web site: http://www.brokengaitranch.com/ 

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Champagne Justice ("CHiP") has the gait, conformation, pedigree plus DNA color test results to back up our belief that he is an asset to the Foxtrotter World as a stallion.

CHiP is a registered Missouri Fox Trotter, as well as registered with the International Champagne Horse Registry, and featured elsewhere online as an example of a fine Classic Champagne horse.

CHiP is a marvelous stallion with a wonderful disposition, a smooth rhythmic gait, perfect conformation and tons of charisma. Consider breeding to CHiP for a foal with all these traits and more. He has produced several champagne foals from non-champagne mares as well as champagne mares. His color chart is provided on our website so you can see what your mare's foal color possibilities will be with CHiP.

Please visit our web site http://brokengaitranch.com/  to see which mares are bred to CHiP for 2009 foals and which of his offspring are for sale.


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