(Benneldo x De Jarnette Ebony Imp)
registered as Light Chestnut, but actually a palomino
Her dam, Imp was by Chief Justin Morgan, and out of Loo, bred by George Cross & Son, WY. She was registered black, but was a smoky black.
Loo, also Cross bred, was by Rams Horn Star and out of Painted Girl, and was registered as a chestnut.
Painted Girl was by Warhawk and out of Black Girl, by Glider, and out of Dimples, a black, by Imperial, and out of Hired Girl, a dark brown, stb part Morgan.
All Cross bred.
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