Located at a farm next to the Finger Lakes Race Track, Farmington, NY (near Rochester)
Cadeyrn is a stunning and classy big son of Malibu Moon with a fabulous pedigree, and he sold for $265,000 as a yearling. He was a consistent allowance and stakes class runner at Saratoga and Belmont with 4 wins and 9 top three finishes in 12 starts and $230,000 in earnings. Last year he got a slight suspensory strain, so the trainer rested him and we were informed that it is now completely healed. The trainer thought about breeding him, and then decided he did not want to enter the breeding business, so this year he started putting Cadeyrn back in training, but has realized it is too late in the season to bring him back to the races and doesn’t want to risk him not being competitive at the top level any longer. We were told that earlier this fall when he was in training, Cadeyrn could be a handful, but now that he is on a farm and not in race training he has settled down well. Because Cadeyrn raced in 2017, he is fully eligible for the 2019 RRP. He is an easy keeper, and very solid bodied with a well developed top line and clean legs. Cadeyrn was well behaved for his photos and jog, and although his handler could not let him trot out in the frigid weather in a small indoor area, he showed lofty movement. His good movement is not surprising — Malibu Moon offspring are known for being well balanced athletic great movers. Cadeyrn’s dam, Dream Street by Tale of the Cat, is a half sister to champion sprinter and Hall of Fame member Housebuster. Cadeyrn has two half sisters out of the same dam who each sold for over a million dollars! We think that Cadeyrn is an excellent dressage or sport horse prospect for an experienced rider who can handle a big powerful horse. He could be gelded, but with his pedigree he is also an exceptional prospect for race horse or sport horse breeding. This is a rare opportunity to get a gorgeous, spectacularly bred horse for a very reasonable price for so much quality!
Contact: Dana Saul 315-871-9383 (text preferred)
As always, a pre-purchase veterinary exam is recommended.