Set me free from the track and let my talent for another discipline blossom says this handsome big hunk of loveable young horse! After only two races and a some very slow workouts, it is obvious that racing is not where Incarcerated’s talent lies. But this can be your gain, because we think that in light of his great solid bone, sound and clean legs, good balanced build, great movement with suspension, the sky’s the limit for eventing, H/J or dressage. He is a still growing young boy, and he is likely to top out at over 16.3h. His trainer says he is a big baby with a lover boy personality… as you can see from the pictures where they are nose to nose. She says that because he is young, big, and still a bit pushy in an immature way, he needs an experienced horse person and rider to bring out his full potential. His legs are very clean, and he has a big strong looking foot — what they call a “turf foot” in racing, which bodes well for relishing cross country courses. When Incarcerated jogged for his video, we were very impressed with his balance, suspension, cadence, and toe pointing reach. He seems light on his feet for such a big young horse, which bodes well for his overall balance. Better call fast on this boy; he is what everyone says they want — a young, sound, big, nice moving gelding with a great personality and unlimited potential for sport disciplines.
Contact: Adrianne D’Alessandro 585-281-1810
Race Record and Pedigree: http://www.equibase.com/profiles/Results.cfm?type=Horse&refno=9307103®istry=T
As always, a pre-purchase veterinary exam is recommended.