Saturday, February 23, 2013

2/23/13 More of the C's

2/23/13 Now for the rest of the C’s that I have in my picture files.  This has been a little easier than the A’s & B’s.  Maybe since there weren’t so many, but maybe because I’m getting more organized.

 Captivating Hi Lite AKA Captain
Supreme Hi Lite X Unbelievably Blonde by Catalyst

Here is an interesting bloodline.  Supreme Hi Lite was about 30 when Captain was foaled and Supreme HI Lite’s own sire,  Stonewall Supreme was about the same age when Hi Lite was foaled.  So Captain’s great grandsire, Stonewall King, was born clear back in 1920.  Breeding your mare to Captain will produce a foal with, among other things, Stonewall King’s name showing on the registration papers.  That doesn’t happen very often!

RWC Supreme Hi Lite                                Stonewall Supreme             Stonewall King
   with Jay Kennedy                                                                                 with owner Murray Cason     

Champagne Fizz
Supreme Sultan X Commander’s Elegance by Wing Commander

He produced a lot of good gaited horses, and his full sister was BHF Concubine.

                                                                Concubine (BHF)

Colonel Sport
Kalarama Colonel x Easter Sport by King’s Sport

He produced CH Garrymore.  His other claim to fame in my book is that his full sister,
 Easter Promenade, was 2nd dam of my best boy Buddy.

Rex Lee Lewis X Mattie Bates

He sired two BHF’s, Shiny Sue and Missy Squirrel. 

Courageous Peavine
Chester Peavine X Mountain Mollie

I do't know much about this guy.  I was going to crop his photo, 
but decided to leave the ad intact.  

And finally, another Hollywood Saddlebred star!
Country Flicka
Country Gentleman x Encinas Princess

She appeared in the 1943 movie, My Friend Flicka.  Her co-star was Roddy McDowall at a young age.  Unfortunately, I couldn’t find any decent pictures of her.  It was either this head shot,
 or a picture of her lying down in the creek looking half dead. 

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