Hocus Pocus

HocusPocus Hocus Pocus (Abracadabra x Easy Pleaser)
2002 chestnut Thoroughbred mare
Genetics ee/Aa • Height 15.2
OF Breyer Mini Whinnies Grazing Foal #300109 Foal Collection
bred by Thundervalley Farm
open 2006-2010, 2012-2026 (1)

IMEHA Champion (692 Points) rec’d March 2017

dam of Storms A Comin’ ABRCB 2014 Champion 3 year old filly

Race Record
Dam of 1 Graded Stakes Winner: CH Storm’s A Comin (G1)
Racing Progeny Total Earnings: $745,360 as of July 2017

Sire Information
Abracadabra, 1999 dapple grey Thoroughbred stallion. OF Grand Champions Classic Standing Foal owned by Thundervalley Farm. ABRCB Stakes Winner. IMEHA Champion. His sire Stormy Skies, also owned by Thundervalley Farm, is full brother to Champion Silver Charm. Silver Charm was the Champion Three Year Old Male in 1997, winning the Kentucky Derby and Preakness Stakes, and was inducted into the Thoroughbred Hall of Fame in 2007. Abracadabra’s damsire Secretariat won the Triple Crown in 1973, and was the first horse to make the cover of 3 national magazines.

Dam Information
Easy Pleaser, 1994 red chestnut Thoroughbred mare. OF Breyer Classic Jet Run owned by Thundervalley Farm. IMEHA Superior Champion. ABRCB G3 Stakes Winner. Dam of G1 Graded Stakes Winner Charming Charlie. Her sire Easy Goer was a Hall of Fame Thoroughbred racehorse, famous for defeating Sunday Silence in the Belmont Stakes by 8 lengths in 1989. It was the second fastest Belmont Stakes, behind only the record performance of Secretariat in 1973. Half sister to Include, who won eight stakes races including the G1 Pimlico Special.

Progeny
2011 Storms A Comin’ light dapple grey Thoroughbred mare by Stormy Skies o/b Charmayne (Black Cat Stables)


This is a model horse site. All horses mentioned on these pages that are owned by Thundervalley Farm are either models or paper identities.
Any real horses mentioned are for pedigree research purposes only and are denoted with a ® after the name.

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