Chris Evert, Miss Carmie's second foal, was sired by the high-class racer but moderate sire Swoon's Son. Named for the women's tennis champion, who was endorsing a line of sportswear for owner Carl Rosen, Chris Evert proved as classy as her human counterpart, earning a championship at 3 and ranking near the top of the tree at 2 and 4. Plagued by reproductive issues, she produced only two minor stakes winners from five foals but is the second dam of the American champion juvenile and fine sire Chief's Crown. She is also the second dam of multiple Grade I winner Classic Crown, 1997 Sharp Electronics Cup (SAF-I) winner Lambent Light and Grade II winner Revasser, and is the third dam of multiple Grade I winner Sightseek, 2003 Yellow Ribbon Stakes (USA-IT) winner Tates Creek, 2003 Prix de la Foret (FR-I) winner Etoile Montante, Chilean Group II winner Quiet Call and Grade II winner Bowman's Band.
Miss Carmie's other stakes winner is All Rainbows, a Bold Hour mare who won three stakes races and was Grade I-placed. All Rainbows is best known as the dam of 1988 American champion 3-year-old filly Winning Colors (by Caro), one of only three fillies to win the Kentucky Derby (USA-I). She is also the second dam of 2003 Japan Cup (JPN-I) winner Tap Dance City and the third dam of French Group III winner Indian Maiden.
None of Miss Carmie's other six daughters came close to their elder sisters' ability as race mares, but all six became stakes producers, three of them at the Grade I level. Among them is Missed the Wedding, a Blushing Groom daughter whose first foal is 1993 Test Stakes (USA-I) winner Missed the Storm (by Storm Cat), second dam of Argentine Group II winner Global Big.
Missed the Wedding also produced multiple Grade III winner Green Means Go (by Green Dancer). She has bred on through her winning Storm Cat daughter Every Cloud, dam of multiple Grade III winner Cloud Scapes (by Smart Strike) and through her Kris S. daughter Rumors Are Flying, dam of stakes winner No Use Denying (by Maria's Mon). No Use Denying is the dam of Perfect Alibi (a daughter of Sky Mesa), and Rumors Are Flying is also the dam of stakes-placed Happy Choice (by Broken Vow), dam of stakes winner Happy Mesa (by Sky Mesa).
Perfect Alibi has much to do yet if she is to come up to the level of the champions produced by this family, but with two graded stakes wins to her credit at the Saratoga meeting, she is off to a most promising start. As for Miss Carmie, she needs no alibis for her accomplishments, for all have been gained through her merits and those of her descendants.