Backstreet Blues, 2010 16 h chestnut colt

What a handsome, impressively solid bodied guy here!  If you like TBs in QHs bodies, this guy is for you. He has a balanced strong boned body, with a nice strong sloping shoulder. Geld him, and you will have a great prospect for many new disciplines, from eventing, H/J, to barrels and western.  Backstreet Blues has had only three starts, and his trainer says he just does not want to be a racehorse.  She says he is sound, but too slow to be successful on the track.  His trainer says he is good to handle, has no vices, is not at all studdish, although he does get vocal at feeding time, and as one can see, is an easy keeper.  He has very good breeding for sport/jumping disciplines, as he is by AP Indy’s son Golden Missile, out of a mare by Two Punch whose damsire is Dixieland Band… lines whose offspring are much coveted by eventers.
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As always, a pre-purchase veterinary exam is recommended.

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