She's by stakes winner Royal Miracle Dip, si 97.
She's out of race winner Feet
Thru First, si 92.
Her 2nd dam is Racing Feet, si
99, stakes winner,
new track record-setter,
dam of 11 foals, 9 to race, 6 winners, 6 ROM,
including Rainbow Futurity winner
Feet Down First.
Thru Traffic, a
muscular chestnut with a small star and
a mind of her own, is Feet Thru First's
very first foal.
Feet Thru First,
si 92, is a race winner from 3 starts at 2. A cracked hock stopped her
promising racing career.
This little Royal Miracle Dip filly
has a big pedigree. Her paternal grandsire is the outstanding
Chicks Beduino, si 104, and her paternal granddam is the remarkable Trippy
Dip TB, dam of 16
foals, 15 to start, 13 ROM, 11 winners with 69 wins, 7
with 28 stakes wins, 5 Superior Race Awards, 3 World
Champions with 5 World Championships, total earnings of $1,746,567.
Trippy Thru Traffic's maternal grandsire is
Dash Thru Traffic, si 95,
AQHA Racing Champion
Two-year-old Colt, with earnings of
over a million dollars,
and her maternal
is Racing Feet, si 99, stakes winner, new
record-setter, dam of 11 foals, 9 to race, 6
winners, 6 ROM, including:
Feet Down First, si
96 (by First Down
Futurity winner, $205,145, dam of Cognac Kid, si 103 (by
Perry), 2nd Rainbow Futurity,
$137,049; Feet Down Fast,
si 107 (by First Down Dash), 3rd Mexican
Classic, finalist Blue Ribbon Futurity, $16,141; Wild Feet, si
102 (by Three Oh's Wild), 3rd Hualapai Downs Futurity, $11,610; Ill
si 85 (by By Yawl), 3rd Hualapai Downs Futurity, $4,968.
Trippy Thru Traffic is quick as a cat. She's muscular and put together well. She
loves to run
and she's a real sweetheart, like her dam. Trippy is
a very pretty
filly with a bold attitude — and she has a lot of great horses
to live up to!
will be an exciting race prospect! She is MBNA Challenge nominated.
SOLD. Trippy Thru
Traffic has a lot to look forward to. She is headed to Texas where she will
race for Scott and Lindsey Mitchell Pruett in 2008! 9-23-06
Our Hawaiian grandson Po'okela with Trippy,
July 27, 2006.
2 photos taken June
photos taken April 5, 2006.
Left: Trippy meets one of her
mother's friends (on a cold day),
March 18, 2006. Right: No, she isn't bred
to be a cutting horse,
but is she ever quick on those long, skinny legs
(March 19, 2006)!
Miracle Dip, si 97 (Chicks Beduino - Trippy Dip TB, Scout
Leader), is a stakes winner (Holiday Handicap at Los Alamitos) with earnings
of $112,117. He placed 5th in the Golden State Futurity and was a finalist
in the Los Alamitos Million Futurity.
the last foal of Trippy Dip. His dam
died just days after he (as an embryo) was transferred to the recipient mare
that carried him to term. Royal Miracle Dip's dam, the great Trippy Dip,
will impact Quarter Horses for generations to come.
sire is the late Chicks Beduino, si
104, $412,099, a memorable racehorse and never-to-be-forgotten sire.
2006 (March statistics), Chicks Beduino ranks #3 Sire of Money
Earners and Sire of Winners and #4 Sire of Graded Stakes Winners (the #1
Sire of Graded Stakes Winners is his grandson, Corona Cartel, and #2 is his
son Separatist). For 2006, Chicks Beduino is the #2 Sire of 2-Year-Old
Stakes Winners and the #4 Broodmare Sire by Money Earned.
Royal Miracle Dip's sire is the #2 All-Time Leading Sire by Winners
(behind Easy Jet), and the #3 All-Time Leading Sire by Earnings (behind
First Down Dash and Dash For Cash).
Royal Miracle Dip is owned by Abigail Kawananakoa and stands at
Lakeview Quarter Horse Farm, in Nuevo,