Cutting, Ranch Versatility, Reined Cow, Roping, Steer Roping, Team Roping, Working Cow
Chicks Are Trouble (AQHA registration pending) is a 2021 bay roan filly out of Josephs Dun Chick by SVR Double Trouble. From the day she was born she's been the cutest filly I've ever seen. Her sire, SVR Double Trouble, is a money earning son of Dual Smart Rey. Her dam, Josephs Dun Chick, is a solid ranch bred mare that has won a buckle in Amateur Ranch Roping in local shows. This filly is going to grow up to be a solid, smooth riding mare.... (read more) Both sire and dam are 5 panel negative.
SVR DOUBLE TROUBLE:
- Earned $24,573.27 NCHA.
- 2016- 4th NCHA Top 10
- 2017-1st NCHA Area 11 25k Novice
- 2018-1st NCHA Area 11 35k Non-pro.
- Has sired money earners in NCHA and NRCHA as well point earners in AQHA Versatility Ranch Horse
- Son of Dual Smart Rey (Life Time Earnings $330,436) out of WR Smart Lookin Dot (by High Brow Hickory out of The Smart Look) who earned $15,241 NCHA
Josephs Dun Chick:
- ECSHA Amateur Ranch Roping High year end high point winner 2019
- By Josephs Gold (Black Chick Gold) out of Bells Dun Chick (a Ten O Sea mare). See below for more information on Black Chick Gold and Josephs Gold.
Some interesting history on Black Chick Gold and Josephs Gold (some of this was copied from another FB post, but I've met Bill Smith and heard it all in person as well): In the 1980's Bill Smith acquired a double Hollywood Gold-bred brown stud named Black Chick Gold. He called him Crow. He was by Black Chick 89 (running bred) out of Miss Eagle 95, who was by Mr Gold 95. Mr Gold 95 produced Bob Byrd's NCHA co-champion in 1964, Miss Ginger Dee. Crow made 168 foals and some really nice all day kind of horses. An outstanding stallion, named Ten O Sea (one line off of Stormy's pedigree) was used to cross back on the Black Chick Gold daughters. That cross proved to work and made countless ranch horse money earners and big time rodeo roping horses. These crosses quickly became in demand.
As for Josephs Gold (line 3 on pedigree). Bill ended up with a Beggs Ranch mare named Becaco Manor Joe. Becaco Manor Joe was by Bluewood, who was by Manor Man. Bluewood was a running and cutting cross that the Beggs bred in their program for years. Bill took Becaco Manor Joe and bred her to Black Chick Gold. He did this several times. It produced Josephs Gold in 1994, and in other years it produced some fine broodmares for well known ranches, including a mare that was sold to Wyoming and later bred to a son of Frenchman's Fabulous that is a 1D barrel sire. Josephs Gold stood at Spur Headquarters for many years. His foals tend to be forward movers and a little taller. Josephs Gold has produced an AQHA Versatility Reserve World Champion, a SHOT Hall of Famer, RHAA money earners, and many top notch ranch/roping geldings.
Pedigree for Chicks Are Trouble
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