Feet Thru First, si 92,
is a very nice looking 2001 mare by
Dash Thru Traffic, si 95, out of
Racing Feet, si 99, by Shirley's Champion TB (by
Noholme II). This fast filly had three starts and
one win as a 2-year-old. She sustained a
and left a promising race career to be the dam of future Quarter Horse
Thru First (known as "Breech")
is a 3/4 sister to Hawkish (Dash Thru Traffic-Oh La Proud,
Shirley's Champion TB). Hawkish was winner of the $400,000 Kindergarten Futurity, at Los Alamitos and winner of the $400,000 Ed Burke Memorial, in 2003
"Shoeless Wonder" of Los Alamitos, as he came within an eyelash of
setting his second track record of the year despite losing his front left
horseshoe at the start of the race! Hawkish
scored his fifth win in a row in the $336,500 PCQHRA Breeders Futurity, at Los Alamitos.
Hawkish was named the 2003 World Champion 2-Year-Old Colt.
si 99 (by Shirley's Champion TB), Feet Thru
First's dam, is a stakes winner (AQRA Princess Stakes) and set a new track record
at St. Johns, AZ., in 1987 (350 yards in :17.87).
She won 6 races from 14 starts at age 3.
Feet, "Breech's" dam, is dam of 11 foals, 9 starters, 7 ROM, including
Feet Down First,
si 96 (by
Dash), and a record of 5-2-1-1. She won the Rainbow Futurity-G1, $205,145.
dam of Cognac Kid, si 103 (by Mr Jess Perry), a gelding with 3 wins
at 2 and
earnings of $137,049 (2nd Rainbow Futurity,
Finalist West Texas Futurity, etc). Feet Down First is also the dam of Mr Texas
Tango, si 101 (by Separatist, winner at 2, $15,317, Finalist West Texas
Futurity-G3; Perregaux, si 91 (by Mr Jess Perry), winner at 2, 2007, $6,525.
Feet is also the dam of Feet Down Fast, si 107 (by First Down
Dash), 3 wins at 2 and 3, $16,610 in Mexico and the United States, 3rd Mexico
QHA Classic, Finalist Blue Ribbon Futurity-G1, etc.; Wild Feet, si 102
(by Three Oh's Wild), 3 wins at 2 and 3, $11,610, 3rd Hualapai Downs Futurity,
Finalist Arizona QRA Futurity-G3, etc.; Ill Race Yawl, si 85, 3 wins at
3, 3rd Hualapai Downs Futurity; Racing Cartel, si 81 (by
Corona Cartel, placed at 3, 2006.
FEET THRU FIRST'S
2nd dam, Little Fair Bar, si 96,
(by Go Fair), is a 7-time winner, 2 to 4, with earnings of $17,158. She is dam
of 6 foals, including 2 starters, 2 winners, and 2 ROM,
including Racing Feet
(above), and Cough It Up, si 96 (by Shirley's
Champion TB), 5 wins at 2 and 3, $15,777.
Her 3rd dam, Little Kit Bar, si 83 (by
Jayhawker Bar, si 95), was a three time race winner. She was dam of 12 foals, 5
starters, 4 winners,
3 ROM, including
Little Fair Bar (above) and Snazzy Kit Man, si
106 (by Snazzy Man), 9 wins 2 - 7, $11,685. Fourth dam, Kit Bag TB (by Zacaweista and out of a full-sister to War
Admiral), was bred by the renowned Thoroughbred breeder Samuel D. Riddle.
She won 4 Thoroughbred races (from 2 - 4). Kit Bag was the dam of 6 foals, 5
starters, 3 winners, including Tybalt TB (by Royal Vale), 24-time winner (ages 2
- 10), new track record setter, with earnings of $43,159.
is an incredibly sweet, kind mare. She loves
people, loves being worked with, and although she
can be a fireball, she doesn't
have a mean bone in her body. Breech loves to run -- and she does so
line takes her back to Military Brush TB (5th dam and full-sister to War
Admiral, by Man O'War out of
Sweep), which gives her the likelihood of having a "big
heart." (Her 6th dam, Brushup, was the dam of the great War Admiral). With her
strong pedigree, great disposition, and beautiful conformation, Breech
is very valuable
mare to Circle D's breeding program.
"BREECH" was bred to
for a 2008 foal, but unfortunately lost her unborn foal in the fall
Feet Thru First
("Breech") is being sold. She will be bred to the exciting young
Tac It Like A Man, then will go to her new home in Gillette,
War Admiral, 1937,
full brother to Feet Thru First's 5th dam.
SOLD 6-23-08. "Breech" has been purchased &
bred to Tac It Like A Man.
She's safe in foal for a 2009 foal & will be
heading to Gillette, Wyoming soon.
Congratulations to her new
owners. Breech is a sweetheart!
Photos just above:
Breech & Trippy Thru Traffic,
Breech & Chicks Got Choos, April 2007.