BA Cheyene

BA Cheyene is a lovely, typey, bay mare of Spanish, Polish and Crabbet ancestry.

Her sire, Al Jefe, was a handsome, pure Spanish, chestnut stallion who was a winner in halter and Western Pleasure, and who was greatly beloved of his owners, the Elbers family, who bred Cheyene. Sadly, Al Jefe died in 2005. Cheyene's dam, HL Justa Star, is a daughter of The Chief Justice++/ (*Bask++ x Sey Cherie++) and out of Velvet Minx by GG Jabask+/ (*Bask++ x Jalana) out of Velvetteer by Muskateer (by *Serafix, one of my favorite stallions of the 1960s). Her tail-female line, through Khalila (Natez x Sakwa) is pure Polish. Sakwa was the daughter of Sabda (x Abu Afas), who was the daughter of Safta (x Miecznik), daughter of Lysa (x Pielgrzym-Thuja), and this line traces directly to Mlecha, foaled in 1840.

Cheyene was shown in halter as a young mare; sold to my friend Amy Hadaway, she was shown in halter and sport horse in-hand classes, and trained in Western and hunter. Cheyene came to live with me in February of 2006, and I had plans to show her that year. We were entered in halter, Western pleasure, and hunter pleasure classes at the Nacogdoches Class A Arabian show, but I had an accident the weekend before the show, and was unable to attend.

Since then, Cheyene has done some trail riding with me; produced a handsome chestnut colt in 2008 (Cheyloh al Hisan, by Ibn Hisan) and spent most of 2009 as the personal riding horse of a 10-year-old girl named Laekin. Plans for 2010 include breeding Cheyene to AM Clem Dreamon, and perhaps doing more trail riding around the farm.

Cheyene is available for purchase or lease; please contact Angela if you are interested in this sweet bay mare. She would make an excellent mount for a lady or child; standing 14.1 1/2 hh, as measured with a metal stick, on pavement, she could do pony club events. Loves to show at halter, loves children and takes very good care of her rider. Nothing bothers her, nothing frightens her; she loves to "go" but is very easy to control. She makes smooth transitions, and is solid on her leads. Chey has a lot of personality, and deserves to be someone's special friend. She is fun to ride bareback with just a halter and lead. And she is an excellent mother, with no foaling problems, who is very attentive of her foal. I'm told that her 2008 colt "looks just like" his grandsire, Al Jefe.

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