International Champagne Horse Registry

A Dash of Champagne


A Dash of Champagne ("Dash")

Amber Cream MFT Colt

ICHR# FT2002-0116  
DOB: 06/27/2002 

Ms. Patricia  Smith 
Klamath Falls,  OR   USA

Proudly offers for stud service:

A Dash of Champagne ("Dash")

Amber Cream MFT Colt

ICHR# FT2002-0116  
DOB: 06/27/2002 

DashTail71.21.jpg (48072 bytes)  DashEye71.21.jpg (37309 bytes)
Click thumbnail photos to see full size.  These are photos of him younger.

Why settle for less when you can have a "Dash of Champagne"?  Consider his pedigree - Black Cloud for Model Quality and Rex's Golden Touch for Performance Ability. He has size (maturing to 15.2 H), solid natural gaits with reach and rhythm. Dash's genetic color producing capabilities are unmatched by any other standing Champagne Foxtrotter Stallion today. 

U.C. Davis DNA Test results prove him to be Ee, Aa, N/Cr, and a Color Chart is available on our website to see what the possible foal color outcome percentages would be by breeding your mare to Dash. 

A limited introductory offer to 5 proven mares $500 live cover, $650 shipped cooled semen. Dry mare care $5.00 - wet $7.50.

Now for sale.  Will stand here at our farm until sold.


PO Box 4430
Paso Robles, CA 93447-4430

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