International Champagne Horse Registry

California Champagne


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California Champagne ("Fred")

2002 American Paint Horse
Sable homozygous tobiano 

APHA # 689440
PtHA # 113351
ICHR # PT2002-0135


Offered for stud service by:

JMJ Stables
Jeff & Michele Jorgenson
Eatonville, WA. 
(360) 879-5702
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"Fred" is a Sable Champagne, which is the result of the champagne dilution on a seal brown base coat.

He is homozygous for the tobiano spotting gene AND homozygous for black pigment - he will produce no solids, and no chestnut/sorrel, gold champagne, or other red-based color foals.

He will make black, brown, classic champagne and sable champagne foals when crossed to black mares; and can also make bay and amber champagne when crossed to non-black, non-dilute mares. Live colored foal guarantee. Free rebreed if foal is not spotted. No LWO.

AI, Cooled Shipped Semen, & Live Cover available. California Champagne, AKA Fred, was bred for size, performance, conformation and disposition. Fred is built like a tank, moves like a cat, with the personality of a puppy! Like his sire, Fred is proving himself to be an exceptional asset in the arena & the breeding shed.

JMJ Stables wants to thank you for supporting the ICHR & champagne research!

Stud fee: $600
Live cover, AI and shipped semen available
Mare care $8/day dry, wet mares, $10. 
Live foal guarantee = Stands, nurses and survives for 14 days.  

PO Box 4430
Paso Robles, CA 93447-4430

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