Noble Behavior is one of the very few liver chestnuts that we are privileged to list. Before he was even out of his stall we learned a great deal about him from his very forthcoming trainer. We were delighted to see this gorgeous youngster walk out of the barn through a water door and into the sunlight to admire his shiny coat and beefy constitution. His handler/trainer gallops him and knows everything about him stem to stern because she spends a great deal of time with her charges. Noble was a perfect gentleman in every aspect of his meet and greet, hanging out on a loose lead to graze as we chatted about him. She reports that he is a good boy about everything: he is good to gallop, good for the farrier, cross ties and is personable and affable with his human fans. Noble is reported to be leg sound but has some back soreness. We think he would benefit from turnout and and some chiropractic and/or massage treatment to get him right as rain. We loved his solid, big tank of a body and his very kind personality. His sweet and willing personality is going to endear him to his new human, one that will give him the tincture of time before embarking on his retraining. Noble broke is maiden at Aqueduct in March of this year and has not been successful in scoring a second win since then. He is by Noble Causeway (Giants Causeway) out of a Speightstown mare, a stout pedigree for sport.
Contact Dorothy Gentner 518-522-0229
As always, a pre-purchase veterinary exam is recommended.