"When John A. Hendrixson
died in 1970, he had a palomino son of John
A's Chance in training with Wink Groover. This two year old colt was
out of a bay mare named Bonnie's Red Glory, a daughter of the beautiful
breeding stallion Pride of Hall Allen. The bay mare's dam was Hendrixson
Bonnie, making this colt a double-bred descendant of that Roan Allen F-38
mare. Chance's Goldust H. did not have his chance in the show ring after
the death of his breeder. Instead he was pulled out of training and was
offered at stud as a palomino stallion of prominent lines...From 1986 on,
Chance's Goldust H. had a permanent home with an owner aware of his
heritage, and determined to promote the big horse, and drew a court of
foundation and show-bred mares in addition to the farm mares. His
offspring left Middle Tennessee to homes all over the US and even in
Germany. Many of those breeding to Goldust were so delighted with their
palomino offspring that these have never been available for sale at any
price." - Franne Brandon in "Walk To A Different Rhythm"
CHANCE'S GOLD DUST H.
DOB:2-23-1968 DOD: 1995
MARKINGS: OFF HIND AND NEAR FORE SOCKS, BLAZE, WHITE MANE AND TAIL.
JOHN A'S CHANCE
TWHBEA #491026 COLOR: PALOMINO
TWHBEA #4350034 COLOR: CHESTNUT
TWHBEA # F-10 COLOR: CHESTNUT
TWHBEA# F-4 COLOR: BAY
TWHBEA #411054 COLOR: PALOMINO MARKINGS: STRIP, WHITE MANE AND TAIL.
TWHBEA #350180 COLOR: CHESTNUT
TWHBEA #410642 COLOR: BUCKSKIN
BONNIE'S RED GLORY
TWHBEA #4561304 COLOR: BAY MARKINGS: NONE
PRIDE OF HALL ALLEN
TWHBEA #510910 COLOR: CHESTNUT