Remembrance's Jubilee with Tim Leverette in September 2017
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.
Jubilee has some of the oldest, foundation lines that can be found. His dam is Chanceís White Gold, a granddaughter of John Aís Chance. His sire is Sunís Remembrance, the last son of the great Midnight Sun. This puts 18 horses from the 1940ís and earlier on his papers, including two foundation (F) horses. With lines to Midnight Sun, and therefore, Wilsonís Allen and Roan Allen on the top, and Merry Boy and Merry Legs to those same foundation horses on the bottom, he truly represents some of the last close-up links to the old greats.
Arlene Pralle remembers his dam, Chanceís White Gold as an amazing moving mare. They leased her from McAllen Finley for breeding to Sunís Remembrance. The first of that cross was Remembranceís Onyx and Lace, a buckskin filly. Then the palomino stallion, Remember Prayer Warrior (certified heritage). When they returned the mare to McAllen Finley, she was in foal to Sunís Remembrance. When Arlene came back to visit the next year she absolutely fell in love with Jubilee. She paid a hefty sum for the young colt and brought him home with her.
Jubilee will be crossed with our Gambler daughters. He will be standing stud to a limited number of mares in 2018. Shipped semen is available. See our Stallion Service Contract.
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