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Sire: M9, "Bobbie", bay pinto
Dam: T5AE, chestnut
Color: Bay pinto, star, snip, four stockings
Acquired First Band: 1991
Descendants: M2EIQ, "Christina Key", N2BHS-A, "Gokey Go-Go Bones, N3BHS-B, "Little Dipper", N2BHS-C, "April Star", X15W, "Rambo"
He lived with his band on the North End until a major storm overwashed most of that portion of the island on January 4, 1992. All the other bands on the North End drowned that night, but Chance brought his band south to the developed area before the storm over wash cut off their escape.
You can chose the dollar amount by clicking on the down arrow, and when you view your cart, you can indicate Chance's name in the Notes section, or put no name and leave a general donation.
All donations support the wild horse management program which includes funding for Horse Management interns, food storage solutions for visitors, and educational supplies and materials to help people understand the negative long term impacts caused by interfering with the natural diet and behavior of the wild Assateague horses.