BANKERS BEAST, 2017, 15.3h chestnut mare

Sometimes we think horses are completely misnamed in their registered jockey club names; this is one of those. Not only does she defy the chestnut mare stereotype, she is the sweetest, most un-beast like girl that we could possibly imagine! With four white socks, this lovely mare has some flashy chrome and is also super sweet and cute. We admired her thick build and good, solid bone. Her handler gushed superlatives telling us that she is “perfect in her stall” with no vices and is good to ride, saying that she is a “complete sweetheart” and “such a really good girl”. And that’s what we observed- a sweet, friendly mare. On the day her jog video was taken, it was very icy, and she was barefoot since her shoes had been pulled after a nail prick on her left front foot, and she had been trimmed quite short. Despite all that she showed light springy movement with good hind end engagement. She has earned $48K with 3 wins in 23 starts, but she has not run well in her three races this year, so her connections feel that she would prefer a different job. She is described as being great with kids; her handler’s children love to visit her. With her sweet, gentle nature, her handler mused that she would be a “good mom”. A barn favorite, her connections are looking to find her a really good home where she will be much loved and receive lots of peppermints. We think she will flourish with some downtime and TLC and be a very loving horse. If you are looking for a sweet, cuddly mare- this is your girl!
She is by Central Banker, who is by Speightstown and out of a mare from His Majesty/Ribot and Halo lines. She is out of a Majestic Warrior mare with A.P. Indy and Dynaformer on her dam’s side.
Price: $1500 ,negotiable to good home
Contact: Kaitlynn Gutterson, 585-683-9854 (text preferred)
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