Big, gorgeous, super sweet and friendly Frosti Agosti was presented to us by a handler who had nothing but nice things to say about him. He’s in a shedrow of great caretakers and they clearly dote on him and said multiple times that “he’s such a good boy”! Frosti is by Frost Giant, a son of Giant’s Causeway, who is known to produce great jumpers. He is relatively lightly raced with 12 starts and 3 wins, his first win having been earned at Belmont in a maiden special weight race. Later in 2016 he trekked to Finger Lakes where he notched two more wins. In late May of this year, Frosti came back ouchy from his last race, and it was revealed that he had a slight suspensory strain. Because he has been such a good horse with such a winning personality, the owner said to stop racing him and give him all the necessary time to fully heal so he can go on to a new career. Frosti has received the best of vet supervised careful rehab time and care, progressing from stall rest with wrapping to hand walking. His suspensory injury is now fully healed, and his legs are cold and tight. He is fully ready to go back to work. He has no limitations for any discipline. He is a very good mover, and a super friendly horse who loves people, mints, and attention, and he aims to please! This is the type of horse that would normally be offered at a huge price, but because his connections realize some people may be deterred by the old, minor and now 100% healed injury, he is offered at a bargain price to an approved very good home with references. Frosti is a much loved horse and the owner is intent on finding him a very good home. We think that the knowledgeable horse person who is lucky enough to step up for Frosti is going to get one of the rare bargains of many a season – a big, kind, good moving, well bred young gelding with huge potential at a bargain price !
Price $1000 very negotiable to an approved good home with references
Contact Eskei Beech 585-857-2519, text strongly preferredPhotoset not found
Trot Video November 4 2017:
Walk Video June 2017:
As always, a pre-purchased veterinary exam is recommended.