Located at a farm in Shortsville NY very close to the Finger Lakes Race Track, where he can be seen by appointment
Aleph, a son of Alpha from the AP Indy sire line, is described as a potential gem once he matures and bonds with his new person. He has not shown enough racing ability in his 13 starts, in which he has yet to win, so it is time to let him find the career that he can excel in. He is described as sound, clean legged, and without any vices. His contact person, who is the trainer’s daughter who handles him a lot, says that Aleph is still mentally immature, and cautious about things like sudden fast movements. She says he looks to his handler for direction and assurance, and that he willingly follows direction to do what you are asking him to do and trusts you that it is safe to proceed. She says that with someone who is experienced with young horses and retraining them off the track, who can give him clear direction and confidence, she thinks he will blossom and has unlimited potential. He shows even, flat kneed movement in the jog video. He has an excellent sport horse pedigree. His sire Alpha is by Bernardini, who is a son of AP Indy out of a Quiet American mare. His dam is by Forest Danger, who is by Mr. Greeley, a son of Gone West. Aleph is offered at a very enticing bargain price for a young, sound well bred gelding with such upside potential. Take your time with him, let him mentally and physically mature and fill out, bond with him, give him confidence, and we agree that you are going to have a real gem of a horse.
Contact: Jamie Boldt 585-943-4298
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