2001 chestnut mare

The 15 horses referenced here include the subject, “SHE LOVES TO TALK” and every horse in the first three full generations of her pedigree tree.

Every horse has an official Speed Index rating of 90+ (AAA) or 100+ (AAAT).
All of them were raced placed money earners and the only two that were not winners, produced $100,000 plus stakes winners.
Every horse was a stakes qualifier, stakes placed, or a stakes winner except two that did produce stakes horses.
There are seven Running or World Champions and one full sister of a Racing Champion.
The seven stallions represented have earned a combined total of $3,906,927 in racing and have sired runners with combined total earnings of $158,281,722.
The eight mares represented have earned a combined total of $271,681 in racing and have produced runners with combined total earnings of $4,206,772.

SUBJECT HORSE: SHE LOVES TO TALK, a.k.a. (GABBY) was a finalist in the 2003 New Mexico Breeders Futurity [R]G3. SI 101, 10-1-4-2 at two, $13,331. In her futurity trial GABBY posted a 350 yard time of 17.486, finishing 2nd by a head to CUT THE GLARE, the ultimate futurity winner. SHE LOVES TO TALK won, placed, or showed in 7 of her 10 races at two, while competing against notable runners including:

CUT THE GLARE SI 105, 7 wins, LTE $268,688 (1st-New Mexico Breeders Futurity [R]G3, 1st-New Mexico Quarter Horse Handicap-G3;
SHEZ CLASSY NOW SI 114, MSW, LTE $288,333; and

GABBY is the dam of one foal of racing age: SV CHICKADEE 2006 SI 88, 7-1-1-0, $17,212.
SV CHICKADEE placed 2nd in her 1st start to HEARTS RUNAWAY, LTE $256,407 and won her 2nd out by 1 1/2 length.
SHE LOVES TO TALK produced a palomino colt April 30, 2009 by IMA FIRE FIGHTER

SIRE: STRAIGHT TALKER, SI 97, 12-1-3-4, Stakes Placed earning $15,845 and finalist in the 1996 G1 HERITAGE PLACE DERBY. STRAIGHT TALKER has sired 134 Race Starters. 75 Winners, 6 Stakes Winners, 6 Stakes Placers, 8 Superior Race Awards, 40-80+ ROMS, 44-90+ ROMS, 18-100+ ROMS, 2 Regional Champions, with All-time race money earnings of $2,769,087 ($20,664 per starter) and All-time Barrel Futurities of American money earnings of $5,701.33. He boasts of nine $100,000+ money earners including:
EJ HEART TALKER SI 109, 19-6(3)-1(0)-2(0), $223,098, 2005 NEW MEXICO HI-PT 3-YR-OLD FILLY;
DRH STRAIGHT N EASY SI 104, 35-12(3)-6(6)-2(1), $231,592;
STRAIGHT TALKIN MAN SI 105, 10-4(1)-2(1)-1(1), $100,864
GEM TALKER SI 112, 34-9(0)-10(1)-2(0) $175,706, 2006 RACING NTR ALB 350
ANOTHER TALKER SI 102, 58-11(1)-5(1)-7(2) $179,141

DAM: DIAL ONE FOR RYON. SI 95, 8-0-3-1, $3,317 and  Finalist in the La Chiripada S. G3
She is the dam of 5 foals, 4 ROM, 3 winners, with $264,961 in earnings. Some of he runners include:
MARK MY DIAL SI 96, 21-7(2)-1(1)-6(3), [R]G2 MSW, $213,990, Superior Race Horse (2001). 1st New Mexican Spring Futurity [R]G2, Zia Futurity [R]G2; 2nd Manuel Lujan H. [R]; 3rd Shue Fly S. [R]G3, & New Mexico Breeders S. [R]
BANK ON RYON SI 101, 16-4-1-1, $35,223. Finalist in NMHBA Quarter Horse S. [R]G3, New Mexico State Fair Breeders Derby [R]G3, & Manuel Lujan H. [R]G3

The ALL TIME LEADING RACE SIRE has sired 209 Stakes Winners, with total race earnings of $65,702,216 ($45,469 per starter) 2008.
He is the maternal grandsire of 293 black type horses, including 5 Racing Champions, with total race earnings of $38,914,136 ($20,579 per starter) 2008.
Besides being a Champion himself, some of the runners FIRST DOWN DASH has sired are:
Wave Carver SI 104, 2-Time Champion, 11 wins, $1,011,196
Corona Cash SI 101, Champion, 19 wins, $1,542,880
Corona Kool SI 104, 2-Time Champion, 14 Wins, $1,296,797
Royal Quick Dash SI 101, Champion, 7 wins, $1,046,980

OUR EASTER ANGEL SI 91, 4-0-1-0 $150 produced 16 foals, 13 starters, 13 winners, 13 ROM, 3 Stakes Winners, 1-80+ ROM, 8-90+ ROM, 4-100+ ROM, 1 Regional Champion, with her runners earning $496,537.
Our Easter Angel’s runners include:
Naturally Ours SI 119, 76-14(3)-16(3)-12(1), was a MSW of $109,897 and set a 1988 NTR at SAC for 870 yards.
Especially Angelic, SI 96, 6-4(1)-0-0, $91,216, QHBC Juvenile [G1];
Flack Attack, SI 108, 40-7(1)-7(3)-8(1), $68,669, set a 1994 NTR for 350 yards at STK and was named 1993 & 1994 Racing California Hi-Point Aged Stallion, Superior Race Horse.

GRAND SIRE: RONAS RYON, SI-105, 23-18(5)-4(2)-0(0), $1,777,976. His wins include the 1986 KANSAS FUTURITY [G1], 1986 ALL AMERICAN FUTURITY [G1], and the 1987 ALL AMERICAN DERBY [G1]. He was named 1986 AQHA RACING CHAMPION TWO-YEAR-OLD COLT and 1986 RACING HIGH MONEY EARNING HORSE.
He is the sire of 50 Stakes Winners, earning $8,948,653. Some of his runners include:
I HEAR A SYMPHONY, SI-117, $269,910, the 1994 AQHA RACING CHAMPION 3 YR-OLD FILLY;  AVISON, SI 107, 11 Wins to 5, $293,667; ROMEO RYON, SI 98, 5 Wins to 4, $292,187; and SEALS, SI 113, TEXAS HIGH POINT, 3-YR-OLD GELDING, $263,744.
RONAS RYON is the maternal grandsire of 32 Stakes Winners, 1 World Champion, and 8 Regional Champions, earning $9,982,518.
RONAS RYON also sired ROCK N ROLL RONA, dam of FIREWATERONTTHEROCKS, CHAMPION AND MULTPLE RESERVE CHAMPION BARREL HORSE, with over $100,000 in money earnings AND THE #1 money earning stallion by FIREWATER FLIT.

GRAND DAM: MISS DIAL A ROCKET, SI 93, 3-1-0-0, $696 is the dam of 15 foals, 10 to race, 9 winners, 9 ROM, with earnings of $77,582. Her runners include:
MISS DIAL A COIN, SI 92, 6-2-2-1(1) $29,592, 3rd Firecracker Futurity-G1, Finalist in G2 Old South Futurity and dam of PRICELESS MIRACLE, SI 101, [R]SW $82.899 and DIAL A MIRACLE SI 100, SP $60,793.
DIAL ONE FOR RYON, SI 95. 8-0-3-1, $3,317. Finalist in G3 La Chiripada Stakes;  GO TIE GO, SI 90, 10-1-1-2, $4,144; and LIVE ROCKET, SI 92, 26-8-4-0, $16,858 and finalist in G3 Longhorn Futurity.

GREAT GRAND SIRE: DASH FOR CASH, SI 114, 25-21-3-0, MSW of $507,689 was the
WORLD CHAMPION RUNNING HORSE of (1976 & 1977), An AQHA HALL OF FAMER, he was included on Sports Illustrated list of 25 amazing animals.

DASH FOR CASH won 21 of his 25 starts and placed 2nd three times, in his three years of racing. He was named WORLD CHAMPION RUNNNING HORSE two years in a row. Nine of his wins were in major Stakes competition and included back to back wins in the prestigious CHAMPION OF CHAMPIONS at Los Alamitos. In his 1976 win of the CHAMPION OF CHAMPIONS, DASH FOR CASH set a New Track Record going 440 yards in 21.17. His 1½ length win in the quarter mile race was an accomplishment comparable to SECRETARIAT’S 31 length win in the BELMONT STAKES.

DASH FOR CASH sired 145 stakes winners, 5 WORLD CHAMPIONS, and 16 RUNNING CHAMPIONS, with earnings of $39,990,245 ($34,623 per starter), from 19 crops to race. His offspring that earned more than a $1,000,000 each include DASH’S DREAM, DASHINGLY, ON A HIGH, MAKE MINE CASH, FLORENTINE, and DASH FOR SPEED.

GREAT GRAND DAM: FIRST PRIZE ROSE, SI-98, 34-6-8(1)-6(1), with $22,754 in earnings. 2nd Three Bars Handicap, 3rd Sunland Park Fall Derby, SUPERIOR RACE HORSE. She was the Dam of 7 foals-starters, 6 winners, 7 ROM, and 2 Stakes Winners,
with 9 stakes wins. Her runners included FIRST DOWN DASH, SI 105, 15(8)-13(1)-1-0(0), $857,256, 1987 WORLD CHAMMPION THREE YEAR OLD COLT, and ALL-TIME LEADING SIRE and sire of 34 Running Champions; FIRST A ROSE, SI 101, 12-4(1)-1(0)-5(1), $31,926, QHBC Sophomore Classic [G2];  First Prize Dash, SI 101, 11-5-3-1, $77,465. Finalist in the G1 Heritage Place Futurity and the G1 All American Derby and 2006 Racing Broodmare of the Year.

GREAT GRAND SIRE: EASY JET, SI-100, (MSW), 38-27-7-2, $445,721, Superior Race Horse, 1969 World Champion Quarter Running Horse, 1969 and 1970  Champion Quarter Running Stallion, 1969 Champion Quarter Running 2-Year-Old Colt, 1970 Champion Quarter Running 3-Year-Old Colt.

Big and strong, with good bone, EASY JET proved that he was not only extremely fast, but incredible durable.
EASY JET sired 9 WORLD CHAMPIONS in racing, with combined race earnings of $26,237,832. 
He is the maternal grandsire of 2,482 race winners, and 10 World Champions with combined race earnings of $49,962,236.
Some of his more notable get include:


GREAT GRAND DAM: ALAMITOS ANGEL, SI 96, 24-12(3)-6(3)-2(1). $161,511. 1972 SUPERIOR RACE HORSE, 1972 AQHA RACING CHAMPION THREE YR-OLD FILLY. Alamitos Angel was the dam of only three foals: El Angel, SI 87, 14-1(2)-5(1)-2(0), $9,929. 2nd Shue Fly stakes, and the cypress stakes (1st Div) [Go Man Go]; EASY ANGEL, SI 97, 15-7-7-1, $477,634. 1st Kindergarten Futurity, 1st Skoal Dash For Cash Futurity, 2nd La Primera Del Ano Derby, 1979 AQHA Racing Champion Two-Year-Old. [Easy Jet]; Our Easter Angel, SI 91, 4-0-1-0 $150. [Easy Jet], the dam of  Naturally Ours SI 119, 14 Wins, $109,897, NTR 870, Especially Angelic, SI 96, 4 Wins, $91,216, QHBC Juvenile [G1], and Flack Attack, SI 108, 7 Wins, $68,669, Marco Smolich S., NTR 350.   

GREAT GRAND SIRE: WINDY RYON, SI-99, 16-5(0)-1(1)-2(0), $50,273.
1977 2nd NM State Fair Handicap, SUPERIOR RACE HORSE.
Bred by KING RANCH INC/PHILLIPS RANCH, DALLAS, TEXAS, the good looking speedster sired 999 registered foals, 553 race starters, 320 winners, 13 Stakes Winners, 14 Stakes Placers, 323 ROM, 17-100+ ROM, 111-90+ ROM, 192-80+ ROM, 4 Superior Race Awards, 2 World Champions, 3 World Championships, and 1 Regional Champion, with combined earnings of $5,225,880. His runners include:
Ronas Ryon, SI 105, 23 WINS, $1,777,976, 1986 AQHA Racing Champion Two-Year-Old; Yankee Win, SI 104, 10 wins, $395,592, 1982 AQHA Racing Champion Two-Year-Old Filly, 1st Rainbow Futurity G 1. [out of Yankee Doll, the dam of World Champion, On A High]; and
Bills Ryon, SI 113, 8 Wins, $249,350, 1st QHBC Juvenile Classic G1.

GREAT GRAND DAM: RONAS BAR, SI-101, 37-15(3)-10(3)-4(1), $37,858, SUPERIOR RACE HORSE, NTR CLA 350 18.01 (1971). Rona bar produced 10 foals, 9 race starters, 8 winners with 37 wins; 2 Stakes Winners with 6 Stakes Wins, 2 Stakes Placers, 2- 100+ ROMs, 4- 90+ ROMs, 2- 80+ ROMs, 2 Superior Race Awards, 1 WORLD CHAMPION with 2 WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS, with total race earnings of $1,857,099.Her Leading All-time Money Earner is RONAS RYON $1,777,976.

“Carrying the Eclipse heart is champion Ronas Ryon. His dam Rona Bar goes to Eclipse through her sire Three Bargains, who tracts to Lexington twice through his maternal grand dam Marina.” [page 191 of UNDERSTANDING THE X FACTOR, by Marianna Haun].
Rona Bar, sired by AAA Stakes Winner Three Bargains, was out of Sand Juana by Sanddrift.  Although Three Bargains sired a number of horses that could run, Rona Bar was his best. Sand Juana was sired by the King Ranch bred, Sanddrift. The son of Wimpy sired several ROM performance horses and producing dams, including the dam of Harlan’s Tyree, AQHA Champion, Superior Halter Horse, and High Point Western Pleasure Stallion of 1966.

GREAT GRAND SIRE: ROCKET WRANGLER, SI 97, 23-10(3)-4(2)-4(3) MSW of $252,167, 1970 AQHA RACING CHAMPION TWO-YEAR-OLD COLT, and 1970 HIGH MONEY EARNING HORSE. Sire of 762 winners, 56 Stakes Winners, 83 Stakes Placers, 1 WORLD CHAMPION, 7 WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS, 3 REGIONAL CHAMPIONS, 4 REGIONAL CHAMPIONSHIPS, with earnings of $9,407,809 ($7,705 per starter). His All-time Leading Money Earner was Dash for Cash, $507,689.

ROCKET WRANGLER also sired 30 Halter and Performance horses that earned 740.0 points in All Divisions Combined, National Cutting Horse Association earnings of $20,793, and 1 RESERVE WORLD CHAMPION, with 1 RESERVE WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP.

GREAT GRAND DAM: HANKS DIAL DOLL, SI 100, 13 wins in 23 starts at 2 and 3, Stakes Winner, $32,064, 1969 AQHA RACING CHAMPION THREE-YEAR-OLD FILLY, 1st Live Oak Derby, Lam Kansas Derby, Alamo QHBA Derby, West Texas Derby.
Dam of 17 foals, 15 starters, 13 winners, 13 ROM’s including Julia Rhea SI 106, 3 wins at two, Stakes Placed $19,570. She set a NTR Commonwealth Race Course, 350 Yards in 0:17.78 (1978) and is the dam of Duel Fuel.

HANK’S DIAL DOLL was a Champion Runner, sired by a Champion and out of the daughter of a Champion.
Her sire, AAAT AQHA Champion Tonto Bars Hank, a.k.a. The Flying Boxcar was the 1960 WORLD CHAMPION QUARTER RUNNING CHAMPION.

HANKS DIAL DOLL was out of Maggie Dial AA, a daughter of Johnny Dial AAAT, WORLD CHAMPION RUNNING HORSE OF 1950.
Maggie Dial produced two AAAT Multiple Stakes Winners from two starters, and one WORLD CHAMPION RUNNER. 

The first time we saw the mare, “She Loves To Talk, she was running in a pasture with other mares. The ease of her floating stride made it obvious that we were observing a true equine athlete in motion.
Recently I have noticed that although she is heavy in foal, she still moves smoothly and easily at a trot. From my experience of putting many miles on horseback in the past, I value the way she moves and travels which gives me a good indication that she would be an enjoyable, smooth ride.
It is our hope that she will pass this on, along with her speed and good temperament to her foals.
Although bred for speed, she has a good mind and workable attitude. We’ve not experienced any problems handling her. She does not appear to have any vices and willingly walks out briskly when handling her and stands tied without issue. The only exception to her willing attitude was when she showed some hesitation to load while being heavy in foal.
She is a quiet mare that is pleasant to be around. She is not a pet by any means and doesn’t appear to be needy for affection, in anyway. Yet when you talk to her she seems to grow even quieter, almost like she is listening or responding to the sound of ones voice.
It appears she has gained the benefit of the good mind and manners of the First Down Dash’s which are known to be level headed, intelligent, and easy to train.
GABBY is good around other horses, not appearing to be a kicker or a biter. She even tends to lack an aggressive nature to fight for her own feed. When she eats she’s not a gobbler and even in her feeding habits shows forth, with class.
Although our focus is to breed for speed, we are considering breeding her to an exceptional performance horse stallion with the hopes of producing an outstanding hybrid cross that could excel in the arena and or in speed events. It would be our hope to produce a quarter horse with good conformation, eye appeal, a level headed intelligence, athletic ability, speed, and trainability, with an excellent disposition.

Doug & Cindy Hobelman