DU IT aka "Champ"

Thompson Farms of Mound City, Missouri 
 & T3 Quarter Horses

AQHA Stallion DU IT

  • AQHA Smokey Creme Stallion
  • FQHR 94%.
  • Five Panel tested N/N
  • Own son of DEFINITLY A DUNIT 
  • Homozygous Black
  • Approved for APHA and ApHC mares

Slide show of Champ


Champ's Pedigree

Definitly A Dunit
Hollywood Dunnit Hollywood Jac 86
Blossom Berry
Zans Diamond Squaw Zans Diamond Sun
Major Classy Squaw
Poco Leo Rumble Lena
Jessie O Dell Dell O Lena
Pasamonte Lynn
Que Dee Sue Champs Big Jaw
Sue the World

Du It's original registered name was Dun a Poco Champ and his barn name was Rocky.  I bought Champ from the owners of Dun Faded My Genes, whose barn name is Moose. "Rocky" came from the squirrel that is Bullwinkle Moose's sidekick. To me, Rocky just didn't seem to fit him, and I started calling him Champ and it stuck. However, since he didn't carry the dun gene I began to ponder names I felt better suited him.

DU IT came to me partially because it was a variation of "Dun It", but mainly because I was going through some rough times when I bought him and almost didn't. My inner voice told me "just do it" and I have never regretted that I did. 

My personalized license plate reads ALL-DUN because before I found Champ I was breeding only for dun factored horses. People who don't know what dun means have actually asked me "Done doing what?" Champ and I have experienced some detours speed bumps along our way, but we are still on our journey and we're far from DUN. Maybe I need a new license plate!

Champ's sire DEFINITLY A DUNIT, is deceased. but in his all too short life had these accomplishments:

$1,303.14 in NRHA earnings
4.0 AQHA performance points
6.0 IBHA performance points

DEFINITLY A DUNIT was the sire of 210 foals.
I'm sure this get performance record is out of date but his performing foals have at the least:

2 AQHA Performance Register of Merits
4 performance wins with 40.5 performance points and 3 halter wins, AQHA Incentive Fund earnings of $26.50
AQHA World Championship Show earnings of $2,159.60
NRHA and NRCHA money earners
ABRA point earners

When AQHA finally accepted cremellos and perlinos Champ's full brother, DUN FADED MY GENES, was the FIRST perlino to show in an AQHA World Show and placed 8th in Jr Tie Down Roping! He was also the 2006 WFQHA World Champion Versatility Horse and has a long list of other performance accomplishments.

It was my plan to show Champ in Ranch Horse Versatility, but life seemed to get in the way. 

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