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Babamist

Babamist was a stallion that had a profound impact on the American breeding industry, especially in the sport of eventing.


  • Markings: Blaze, half-stockings on hind legs
  • Foaled: 1969
  • Breeding: by Mystic II by Relic; out of Babadana by Flushing II by Mahmoud
  • Breeder: W. Burling Cocks
  • Owner: Mrs. M. Valentine


Babamist was foaled in Maryland, and ran in steeplechases for four years before his breeding career. His record was not particularly exceptional: out of 13 starts he had a record of 5-0-1 and earnings of $10,620.[1] He later was used as a fox hunter, show jumper, and eventer.[2]

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Pedigree

Pedigree of Babamist[3]
Sire
Mystic
1954
Relic
1945
War Relic
1938
Man o' War - 1917
Friars Carse - 1923
Bridal Colors
1931
Black Toney - 1911
Vaila - 1911
Tosca
1942
Tourbillon
1928
Ksar - 1918
Durban - 1918
Eroica
1930
Banstar - 1923
Macedonienne - 1913
Dam
Babadana
1949
Flushing
1939
Mahmoud
1933
Blenheim II - 1927
Mah Mahal - 1928
Callandar
1931
Buchan - 1916
Calendula - 1926
Beaubabs
1940
Gino
1930
Tetratema - 1917
Teresina - 1917
Beauflower
1933
Sun Beau - 1925
Flower Girl - 1925

Offspring

Babamist is legendary as a producer of event horses. He is one of only a few American stallions to consistently produce offspring who compete at the top level of eventing.[4]

Offspring include:

  • Heyday - Pam Am Gold Medalist, Olympic Silver Medalist
  • Snowy River - Member of US Equestrian Team at 1997 European Championships
  • Mystic High - 1988 USCTA mare of the year
  • Good Force
  • Arctic Mist
  • My Turn
  • Solimist
  • Dynamite II

References

  1. "Babamist" Lanefield Farm. Referenced January 24, 2008.
  2. 2.0 2.1 "Mystic Replica" Wilderness Farm. Referenced January 24, 2008.
  3. "Babamist". All Breed Pedigree. Referenced January 24, 2008.
  4. "The Blueprint of an Event Horse". SporthorseBreeder. Referenced January 24, 2008.


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