Leche(Forget-Me-Not)

Pandemonium Forget-Me-Not
(photo Aug. 6, 2015)

Sire and dam's sire's pedigree

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PANDEMONIUM FORGET-ME-NOT

IAHA 2A-343560

PtHA 107452

liver chestnut tobiano parti-color (sabino?) mare

15.1 hands

4/4/01

95.7% Arabian

Sire: ROL RAVEN AHRA 337486, by EL HILAL AHRA 35261, (*ANSATA IBN HALIMA, US National Top Ten Stallion '66, '67, & '69)

Dam: PANDEMONIUM DE NADA, IAHA 1A-228056, PtHA P-37509, by (PtHA Ch. JAY DEE x LANOTA AHRA).

Her farm name is Leche, Spanish for "milk", as seen in the "Got Milk" commercials.  She looks as if she dipped her nose...  Nicely dished head, but hard to photograph/video due to markings, nice neck, long, trim, straight legs, strong mover, long strided, very tall, exceptionally friendly.  I am content with her as the first Pinto filly from her dam, who sold rebred, producing her first solid colored colt for her new owners.

She was the eleventh filly from her dam, who previously produced 10 lovely black bays, my favorite color.  So, does De Nada give it to me in white?  Not quite.

Leche(Forget-Me-Not)

Pandemonium Forget-Me-Not, one month

Two of the 2001 foals hung out together because they looked alike and became exceptional buddies.  When Leche and Skittles were tiny, they looked as if they'd make a matched pair extraordinaire, especially since their dams were only an inch apart in height and built alike, but as the duo aged, she grew and grew, while he seemed stuck.

Leche(Forget-Me-Not)

Pandemonium Forget-Me-Not and Pandemonium Skittles
Photo from Oct. 2003.

Leche had 60 day's saddle training in 2005.  She took to riding right off and enjoyed it, while the quarter horse trainers I used really noticed the difference shoulder slopes and pasterns make in the smooth ride department.

Currently on lease to JWA (Jess Wiltamuth Arabians & Arab Pintos) in Edgewood, New Mexico, and expecting her first foal in 2016.

Leche(Forget-Me-Not)

Mountain and desert trail riding is now in her portfolio.   Writes leasee Jess Wiltamuth, "We were riding on Sandia Mountain, an 11,000 feet tall mountain made by the creation of the Rio Grande Rift Valley, the second longest rift in the world.   We climbed terrain that dropped off hundreds of feet on one side of the trail and went up hundreds of feet on the other side of the 3-feet wide trail.   Leche put her head down and carefully studied the terrain.   But, put her in an arena and she misbehaves, including bucking.   She prefers trails, difficult ones, at that!"

Pandemonium Forget-Me-Not grazes in a Sandia Mountain meadow
photo Aug. 16, 2014

Jess continues, "She's is foal to the purebred Arabian WC Ali Gazal, AHA #0632591.

A total of 12 WC Ali Gazal foals shown have amassed EIGHTEEN National titles - ONE National Championship, FIVE National Reserve Championships, TWELVE National Top Tens, FOUR regional championships, SIX regional reserve championships, and EIGHT regional top tens.

Of those 12 foals shown, 6 have been national winners, 100% of his foals shown have been Class A winners or better.

By 2001 World Champion Stallion and 2005 US Reserve National Champion *Gazal Al Shaqab (Anaza El Farid x Kajora by Kaborr [making him 50% Egyptian and 50% Polish]).

Out of JE Ali Selene (by US National Champion Ali Jamal x OF Foltrokaa, a double Aswan bred mare on top with a dam line that was mostly Crabbet bred."

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WC Ali Gazal

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