Katina is so pretty and kind, and she has been a good hard trying race horse, finishing in the money in 8 of her 16 starts. In her most recent race on June 26, 2018 she again tried hard, ran a good third, but came up sore as she cooled out. Her trainer x-rayed her ankle, and the x-rays revealed a simple fracture straight across the bottom of the sesamoid bone. The prognosis from the vet is excellent for a full recovery for riding with proper rest, rehab, and treatment (ice, wrapping, bute, stall rest). The trainer will share the x-rays and will authorize the vet to discuss the prognosis and treatment with seriously interested approved good homes. Katina will be best suited for lighter riding, and with her excellent balanced conformation and pedigree she would also make an excellent broodmare. She is by Stephen Got Even, a son of AP Indy out of a Cox’s Ridge mare. Her dam is by Officer, from the Bertrando./Relaunch sire line, and is out of a mare by With Approval, who is a son of Caro. These are some of the best TB sire lines for sport/jumping, so sport horse breeders who are interested in bringing these TB lines into their program should seriously consider Katina. The trainer says that Katina is a very sweet and well behaved filly, and thus far she is handling her stall rest and rehab very well. She is being bathed and grazed daily, and she was quiet and polite for her photo session. Due to the recent injury, we did not take a video of Katina. A good home with the knowledge to properly complete her rehab is essential, and references will be required.
Price: $750 negotiable
Contact: Terry Genecco 585-820-2575
As always, a pre-purchase veterinary exam is recommended.