Stallion Chicks A Blazin Dies

Leading New Mexico stallion stood entire career at Double LL Farms.

June 17, 2012

Chicks A Blazin

Chicks A Blazin * Don Shugart Photo

Double LL Farms announced this week their leading sire Chicks A Blazin has been euthanized following complications from laminitis.

Owned by Mike Abraham, the son of leading sire Chicks Beduino was a stakes-placed earner of $27,814, finishing second in the 1995 West Texas Futurity (G1) in only two career starts.

From 14 crops to race, Chicks A Blazin sired 236 winners, 22 stakes winners and 26 stakes-placed runners. His progeny have earned $11,330,643 with average earnings per starter of more than $24,500. Among his get were Lou Wooten Handicap (RG1) winner Blazin N Shakin ($635,335), Senor Futurity (RG3) winner Chicks Goes Steppin ($496,198), Zia Futurity (RG1) winner Call Me A Blazin ($403,535 to 3, 2012), Shue Fly Stakes (RG1) winner Dpi Good Boy ($288,290), New Mexico Classic Futurity (R) winner Blazin Perfection ($255,640) and New Mexico HBA Stakes (R) winner Blazin Nights ($241,021).

Joe Muniz bred the 19-year-old gray stallion in California from the Requested Rocket mare Forthe Loveofhoney. He stood his entire career at W.L. Mooring's Double LL Farms near Bosque.