The solid bodied and impressive Monty has been a highly successful race horse; he is stakes placed and has earned over a quarter million dollars on various tracks. He showed speed as a two year old and he sold for $400,000 at the two year old sales. He has been on stall rest since sustaining a non-displaced sesamoid fracture last spring. His vet said that he would eventually heal and could race once again, but his connections choose not to take any chances with their special boy. On the day we saw him, he had every excuse to blow up after not being out of his stall and the blustery, gusty weather, but he stood quietly for his owner/handler. He is a solid beautifully conformed boy, has the lovely deep, colt neck and is described as being kind and nice to handle. He has not shown any studdish behaviors and is currently stabled with fillies and mares. His owner believes that he might be a sire for sport horse or Appendix QH breeders to consider. He also has enough pedigree and speed to be a worthwhile investment for breeding to race. The owner would love to keep her beloved Monty but there is already one stallion on their small farm and she sadly offers him for sale.
Contact: Dave Brown 585-737-1171
As always, a pre-purchase exam is recommended.