2016 Bay Mare
“Baby” is an AQHA bay mare we purchased along side her dam when she was 3 months old. She is by Mr Klassy Junewood, granddaugther of Mr Junewood, who is a Open Performance ROM Superior Heeling 4 Time AQHA World Show Qualifier 2 Time Top Ten Finisher 192 AQHA Points Heeling, Heading, and Calf Roping 2001 and 2004 FQHR Round-Up and Review Heeling Champion 2004 and 2005 FQHR Open Ranch Pleasure Champion Versatility All-Around Contender 2005 COAFQHR Grand Champion Stallion and Ranch Pleasure Champion. She is out of Prescription Chita (deceased 2017), daughter of Sugs Chita, Team Penning 29.5, NCHA $2,683.93.
She is a maternal sister to LL Hawks Fancy Chita and shares the same sweet disposition which they no doubt inherited from their dam Prescription Chita. She is cutting and performance bred. I’m sure you’re a bit curious as to why we call her “Baby”. When she came to us, she needed a name. I had named her sister, Fancy, and since my husband has been such a huge support in this, I told him that he could name her. When all foals are born, I call them all baby until we find a name that fits their personality so while he was picking a name, I just called her Baby. Days turned to weeks, weeks to months, months in to a year and then she started responding to “Baby” so she got to keep the name! I chuckled when I realized the name stuck and thanked my husband for his originality!
Baby really matured the summer of 2019, which is a change from her younger, slightly immature self. Previous years she would get in trouble for being rambunctious when wanting attention, mostly when we are out in the pasture and it was just her pushing everyone out of the way so that she’d get all of it! However, the older mares were not so pleased with this behavior and made sure to put her in her place. We are very impressed with her as she matures though, this summer when the mares were in at the water tank, she could sometimes be seen out in the pasture by herself or if she’s found a good spot to graze if the others move off somewhere else, she will stay where she’s at. She has also become a herd protector, always on the outside of the herd keeping guard if needed. I joked with my husband that we should start calling her Coyote as the way she patrols reminds me of a coyote.
5 Panel N/N
Color tested: E/e A/_ - Agouti TBD
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Sire - Mr Klassy Junewood