His handler describes this boy as, “young, happy, and gorgeous”. And all of the volunteers agree. She says he is her favorite and that she, “loves, loves, loves him”. And all of the volunteers can see why. We’re told that he is super sweet and cuddly in his stall. Unfortunately, with COVID- restriction in place, the volunteers don’t get to visit the horses inside the barns and we find that we really miss experiencing all those fun details that we usually share with you. Decisively has a shimmering bright bay coat; its golden sheen and his little bit of chrome can’t help but get you noticed in the show ring. He is very well-proportioned and has strong, well-muscled hindquarters. We also liked his long, sloping shoulder, clean legs and good bone. He was a little bit wiggly for our photographer, not because he was being naughty, but because there was a lot going on outside and he wanted to see! Like most youngsters, we’re told that he’ll can get wound up if something is going on. During his jog video, beside the other normal bustle and activity, there was some additional commotion when there was a loose horse nearby. Decisively’s video shows athletic, good-feeling movement with plenty of impulsion. We think this athletic boy, who sold as a $75,000 yearling, would transition well into a variety of different disciplines and will be a stunning horse as he matures and continues to fill out. Decisively is by Into Mischief and out of an Any Given Saturday mare; other notable sport sires in his pedigree include: Storm Cat, Affirmed, AP Indy, and Blushing Groom to mention just a few. He has 19 lifetime starts, with a 3-3-1 records but in his 4 starts this year, he’s been on the boards only once, with a single win. So his connections have decided that it is time to move him on to a new career. Your gain! He is a fun, athletic, happy, and good-feeling young horse offered at a great bargain. Don’t delay, be decisive, and make the call to see him!
Contact: Jaime Boldt (585) 943-4298 (text preferred)
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