2003 Grey Stallion, 16 hands
(*Besson Carol x Calamity Fame V)
SCID and CA tested Clear | Sweepstakes Nominated Sire
Stud fee: $1500 LFG, multiple mare discount
Region 11 Reserve Champion Yearling Colt
Scottsdale Top Ten Yearling Colt
Since unshown due to injury
Whether or not a stallion is a true breeding stallion depends on his potency to pass these traits on to their foals. In his first foal crop, Carnegie D produced a US multi-Regional Champion and a young colt named Carnival Rhyde, who recently won his first National title for his owner in Ecuador. With only a small amount of foals on the ground, we are anxious to see what this young sire can produce in the future.
Carnegie D is sired by *Besson Carol, 2001 US and Canadian Reserve National Champion Futurity Stallion & 3-time Unanimous Scottsdale Champion. *Besson Carol, a grandson of *Ali Jamaal has sired National Champions in the US as well as many International Champions throughout the world. *Besson's sire Parys El Jamaal was US Reserve National Champion stallion.
The dam of Carnegie D is the Fame VF daughter, Calamity Fame V. Bred by Varian Arabians, she is an outstanding mare being the dam of three National Champions. Of her seven foals, six of them have been Regional and/or National Champions. The bottom maternal line of her pedigree is Huckleberry Bey crossed on a *Bask mare – which is such a strong pedigree for an Arabian, giving her and her son the capability of producing top Halter AND Performance foals.
For breeding information contact
Theresa Rorabaugh | Twin Creek Farms
Owned by Dol Rae Arabians | Cynthia R. Luttman DVM
4780 Nixon Rd, Dimondale, MI 48821
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