Foals 2019


SCS Dude's Memphis

Sire: Vermilyea Gold's One Fancy Dude

Dam: Kuils Attractive Chocolate

AMHR

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Color: Hat Medicine

 



SCS Veno Exquisit Raggy

Sire: Amore Lamborghini Exqusit Veno

Dam: Michigan's Raggidy Patch

Paper: ASPC/AMHR

Color: Dark Bay

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SCS Dude's Fidji

Sire: Vermilyea Gold's One Fancy Dude

Dam: Grassmer's Autumn Serenade

Paper: ASPC/AMHR

Color: Buckskin

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SCS Dude's Joli-Coeur

 

 

Sire: Vermiliyea Gold's One Fancy Dude

Dam: SMF's Fire in the Heir

ASPC/AMHR

Color: Palomino

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SCS Dude's Impress of Love

 

 

Sire: Vermiliyea Gold's One Fancy Dude

Dam: Bavarian Strawberry Moon

ASPC

Color: Buckskin

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SCS Dude's Hickstead

Sire: Vermilyea Gold's One Fancy Dude

Dam: Cadwell's Gust of Wind

Paper: ASPC/AMHR

Color: Pinto Bucskin

Boy/ Sold



SCS Dude's Louisiana

 

 

Sire: Vermilyea Gold's One Fancy Dude

Dam: Cadwell's To Hot To Trot

Paper: ASPC:AMHR

Color: Bucskin

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SCS Dude's Miss Prada

 

 

 

Sire: Vermilyea Gold's One Fancy Dude

Dam: SCS Fine Sheeva

ASPC/AMHR

Pinto Palomino

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The Legend of the Medicine Hat

 

The myth and mystery of the Medicine Hat horse goes back many, many years. The Medicine Hat horse is a special animal, supposed to have special powers, and is very rare.

But what is a Medicine Hat horse? Basically, it’s a pinto horse, but one with a very specific marking. The horse is almost entirely white, but has a colored patch covering the ears and the top of the head. A Medicine Hat can have other markings, but the less they have the more powerful they were believed to be. It is sometimes mistakenly believed that a Medicine Hat also had to have certain other markings, such as a spot over its chest (a ‘shield’), but in reality the most prized Medicine Hats were all white except for the poll marking. The distinguishing head markings are what makes up the ‘medicine hat’,

The mythology of the Medicine Hat horse is steeped in Native American tradition and legend. A Medicine Hat horse is believed to have a magical ability to protect its rider from injury or death in battle, and were thought to have special abilities to warn their riders of danger and to find wild game hiding in forests or canyons. The mainly white coats were often decorated with other magical symbols, believed to increase the horse’s powers

Are they magical? Who knows? There is certainly something special about these horses. It may just be that they have such striking and unusual markings, but it may be something more. If when you see one, you sense something magical, then maybe you’ll know!