Spotless Review (or Chamois) to use her barn name, is an American Paint Horse (APHA) with a Breeding Stock Registration because she has no spots of markings typical of a Paint.
Her Dam was a APHA Breeding Stock bay mare, LOST MY SPOTS MOLI, who was owned by Miss Karen and used for several years as a lesson horse before being sold to one of Linden’s riding students. Chamois’ Sire was Final Review, an APHA halter champion. Thus her registered name (Spotless Review) is derived from the names of her parents (Spotless from Lost my Spots, and Review from Final Review). She is called Chamois because she is the same color as a chamois cloth used to dry cars after they have been washed to prevent spotting.
Chamois is a Buckskin mare born in 2003. She was trained to saddle here at Linden Farm and has been used as a lesson horse since she turned 5. She has carried so many riders to ribbons in local (and not so local) horse shows it is hard to keep count. She is small mare, at 14-2, so only carries children and small adults, but she is very valuable and attractive member of our Equestrian Team.
This past year for the eighth year in a row, Chamois was the Conformation Champion, for Mounted Wanderer’s 4-H show series. For years she has carried Linden Riders to Championships in Pleasure, Programmed Ride, Over Fences, and Equitation.
At 20, she is still going strong with three or four lessons a week and always a winner in our In-House Horse Shows.
Bio created in 2023