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2001 Sorrel AQHA Mare   

Rare Form - Sixy Baby, Streakin Six

From the family of Baby Hold On, si 109, 13 wins,

multiple stakes winner, $418,373.

 

Decup, by Champion Rare Form, si 120, and out of Sixy Baby, by Streakin Six, si 104, is a big, stretchy sorrel mare with a lot behind her and a lot ahead.

 

Decup ("Baby") had three starts at two, and was in the money each of the three times with one second and two thirds. She earned $2,510 and a speed index of 80 before an injury in the gate on her fourth start ended her racing career.

 

Decup was sired by the magnificent Rare Form, by The Signature, si 107. This big, plain mare has a very strong pedigree, nice conformation and an incredibly kind disposition.

 

Her dam is Sixy Baby, an unraced Streakin Six mare, out of Baby Hold On, si 109 (by Dash For Cash). She is a half-sister to How Special, si 104, $119,995. Sixy Baby is dam of 11 foals, 9 starters, 5 winners, and 8 ROM, including  Raise A Sixy, si 97, $30,240, 2002 Racing Northwest Hi-Point Aged Mare, Sixy Too, si 90, winner (dam of Sixy Bee, si 90, 5 wins, $37,672, Solano Derby, 2nd Wine Co., Derby, etc.).

 

Sixy Bee is also the dam of Pritzi Sixy, si 95, winner at 2, $11,701, finalist California Sires Cup Futurity-RG2. Pritzi Sixy is the dam of Rare Cut, si 101, $25,161, winner to 5, $5,340, in US, 2 wins at 3, $19,821 in Mexico, Mexican QHA Classic-RG3, 2nd Easily a Possum Derby-G3, etc., Sixy Fire, si 97, 2 wins to 5, 2008, $40,348; Pritzis Honor, si 101, 2 wins to 4, 2008, $33,867.

Sixy Bee is the dam of Pritzi Too, si 91, 6 wins to 4, $29,693, etc.

 

Sixy Baby is dam of How Sixy, si 89, 8 wins to 5, $25,656, dam of Dignifly, si 94, 2 wins to 3, $15,665; Sixy Slew. si 89, placed, qualified G3, dam of Baldo Jazz, si 94, 4 wins to 4, 2008, $25,177; Kileys Dashing Cleat, si 93, 2 wins to 3, $19,349.

 

Her second dam  is the remarkable Baby Hold On, a 1978 multiple stakes winning mare whose track earnings totaled $418,373. She won the Alamo QHBA Futurity, Miss Peninsula Stakes, Jet Deck H., 2nd Dash For Cash Futurity, Kansas Futurity, Las Damas S., etc, Set NTR, 330 yards. Baby Hold On is a sister to Dashing Dalene, si 83 (dam of Heavenly Note, si 104, $67,436-G1; grandam of A Silver Goblin, si 105, to 4, $161,232-G2). 

 

Baby Hold On, si 109, is dam to 13 foals, 9 performers, 9 ROM, 2 - 100+ ROM, 7 winners, 1 stakes winner, 2 stakes placers, whose earnings were $178,191. Her offspring include stakes winner How Special, si 104 (by Special Effort), $119,995, 1st La Primera Del Ano Derby, 2nd Golden State Derby, etc., Corona Countess, si 96 (by Count Corona), a stakes placed winner of $13,205, Dash Is Back, si 92 (by Late To Bed), stakes placed winner of $9,116, and many other accomplished horses.

 

Decup's 4th dam is Country Mama, si 93 (by St Bar, si 100), dam of 13 foals, 11 starters, 9 ROM, 8 winners, 1 stakes winner, with earnings of $564,279, including Baby Hold On (above), Dashin Saint, si 98 (by Dash For Cash), 3 wins, $76,793, finalist All American Derby-G1.

 

Her 5th dam, Midas Touch, si 85, by Chudejs Black Gold (by Depth Charge), was dam to 19 foals, 14 starters, 7 winners, 8 ROM, with earnings of $23,644.

 

As a broodmare, Decup (we call her "Baby") has had some disappointments. Her first foal (2005), a colt by Rare News, was born premature and never survived. Her second foal (2007), a filly by Rare News, died at birth from an aneurysm. Baby went through a time of depression and poor health following the last foal she lost. She is now strong and healthy again -- and on March 3, 2009, she delivered a big, solid, good-boned Rare News colt -- and he's her pride and joy!

 

Decup is back in foal to Rare News for a March 2010 foal.

 

Decup is offered for sale, in foal to Rare News, for $3,250 $2,750. (She's available after her 2009 colt is weaned.) Because of a bowed tendon as a 2-year-old, she is broodmare sound only. Contact Michael or Teri Dinnell with questions or for more information (406) 745-3065 or email teri@blackfoot.net.

 

SOLD HERE 7-2-09. Decup will be heading to a good home in North Dakota after her 2009 colt is weaned. Congratulations to her new owners!

 

More photos of Decup


 

 

Rare Form si 120

The Signature si 107 Noholme II TB

Star Kingdom TB

x Stardust

Oceana TB

x Colombo

Mable Chick Too si 95

Moolah Bux TB

x Mahmoud

Mable Chick si 100

x Triple Chick

Especially For You si 79 Dash For Cash si 114

Rocket Wrangler si 97

x Rocket Bar

Find A Buyer TB

x To Market

Tiny Be Mine si 95

Go Man Go si 100

x Top Deck

Triple Tiny si 100

x Triple Chick

Sixy Baby

Streakin Six si 104

Easy Six si 97

Easy Jet si 100

x Jet Deck

Peggy Toro si 100

Hijo The Bull

Miss Assured si 95

Little Request TB

x Requested

Assured si 95

x Direct Win

Baby Hold On si 109 Dash For Cash si 114

Rocket Wrangler si 97

x Rocket Bar

Find A Buyer si 97

Country Mama si 93

St Bar si 100

x Three Bars

Midas Touch si 85

x Chudejs Black Gold si 95

x Depth Charge TB

 


 

Photos of Decup and Nothin But News, March, April & May, 2009.

 


 

Left: The Signature, si 107, Decup's grandsire;

Right:  Decup -- October 2004

 


Baby Hold On, Decup's second dam, has an interesting story herself.

In 1977, B.F. Phillips, Dash For Cash's breeder and owner, was considering syndicating his World Champion four-year-old colt.  He started the syndicate procedure by test breeding mares owned by prospective syndicate members. At the end of the breeding season, Dash For Cash went back to the track to earn his second World Championship.

 

In 1978, the Dash For Cash "test babies" hit the ground running -- including a filly out of Country Mama, si 93, called Baby Hold On. This filly became a racehorse to reckon with. Baby Hold On won $418,372 (another "test baby" born in 1978, Queen For Cash, earned $482,933), and proved that Dash For Cash could not only run, but he could sire runners!

 

Below: Back cover from The Quarter Racing Record, August 15, 1980.

 

 

Country Mama in an Ad, 1985.

 

 

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Teri and foal, Tyler Creek, circa 1961.