is does 1,430 stand
for? It is the sum of the combined speed indexes for the
horses in the first three generations of this filly's pedigree. Divide that
number by those 14 horses and you have an average speed index of 102 for this
2004 filly's parents, grandparents and great-grandparents. Very nice numbers.
And a very, very nice filly!
Kwik Kissin Kate (AQHA
pending) is a beautiful filly by
Darkelly, si 110 (by First Down Kelly),
and out of Kaweah Cash, si 102 (by
Judge Cash). She is a big, healthy, correct
going-to-be-gray or black filly. She has incredible bone, a deep chest, and a fantastic
looking hip. Just a few short hours after she was born, Kate was running
the length of her corral! What a girl!
Darkelly is a handsome,
very fast and
good-minded 1994 stallion with earnings of $89,020. Darkelly
was winner of the Blue Ribbon Futurity G1, at Blue Ribbon Downs. His sire, First
Down Kelly, si 101 (deceased) earned over $114,000 and sired earners of nearly
$900,000. First Down Kelly's sire is First Down
Dash. Darkelly is out of Shawne Kate (by Shawne Bug, si 101, by Lady Bug's Moon,
She is a multiple stakes producer whose offsprings' earnings amount to
more than $175,000.
Kate's dam is
Kaweah Cash si 102, new track record setter
for 300 yards in 1998 at the Marias Fair, in Shelby, Montana. Kaweah Cash is dam
to three foals, two of racing age, 1 ROM, and one just starting his race career.
Kwik Kissin Kate is eligible for
QHRAI, Beehive, NDQHRA, Bitterroot, Silver Dollar, Speedhorse Races, Iowa Double
Gold, and Rocky Mountain Classics.
Little Kate is really something
special -- and she already knows it!
for sale $4,500. A deposit will hold Kate until she is weaned. Kate's
buyer will receive a FREE 2005 breeding to
RARE NEWS (to an approved mare).
Kate has gone to a great new
home near Raymond, Alberta, Canada! 8-9-04.