When we went to look at Remembrance's Jubilee in September of 2017, we thought we'd be coming home with just one horse. After meeting Tim & Annie Leverette and visting their herd of foundation walking horses, we ended up bringing home three Sun's Remembrance half siblings: Remembrance's Jubilee, Remembrance's Merry Snip and Remembrance's Hot Tamale. We are so thankful to Tim & Annie for the opportunity to own these foundation horses and the wonderful care they've obviously recieved in their lives. We hope to continue their passion of preserving and furthering these great lines.
I'm the bloodline afficianado, so I loved the idea of preserving the close up lines to Midnight Sun as well as the rest of her pedigree. Jarred is less interested in pedigrees, but a close student of conformation as it relates to motion. He picked Tamale based on her excellent conformation. The drop on her hip, her deep loin and the set of her hocks was it for Jarred.
"Tamale" is a 15.2 hand chestnut mare foaled in 1997. She has a beautiful, inquisitive face, and is athletic with a flashy, generous overstride. Tamale's sire, Suns' Remembrance (1966-2004), was the last living sun of Midnight Sun (1940-1965). Tamale's dam, Selfwinder Foxy Lady, shows four pre-1970 World Grand Champions on her registration (Midnight Sun 1945 and 1946; Ebony Masterpiece 1962; Sun's Delight D. 1963; Ebony's Senator 1969). Tamale's registration shows two foundation horses.
She is certified with the International Heritage Horse Association.
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