REV IT UP, 2020 15.3h bay gelding
Located at Finger Lakes Race Track, Farmington NY (near Rochester)
When this young guy jogged off for his video, our jaws dropped. Wow, our volunteers exclaimed — look at that suspension! What a fancy mover — and what unlimited potential for a sport horse career! Rev it Up is unraced, and his trainer has concluded that she cannot get him ready to race at Finger Lakes, because he does not like the stick and she says all the available exercise riders are overly reliant on the stick in her opinion, and will not breeze or gallop without it. She says he is sound and an easy keeper who loves to eat — and his solid bodied physique bears that out. She says he is a very sweet young horse with no vices, and he was certainly friendly with our volunteers. We noted his solid bodied balanced build an strong hind end and shoulder. Hs legs are clean, but we noted that he does have a clubbed left front foot, His trainer says he has had zero soundness issues. He was barefoot and jogged soundly with WOW movement. He showed off great loft and suspension with hind end engagement and push, and an even rhythm. In the group of volunteers and shoppers who saw him, we had a dressage rider, two show hunter riders, and an eventer, and all of us were drooling and saying he could excel in our disciplines. Give him time to grow up and physically mature, and we think he can turn out to be an upper-level prospect in multiple sport horse disciplines. He is sired by Frank Conversation, a young son of Quality Road (Elusive Quality/Gone West) out of a mare from Awesome Again (Deputy Minister) and Capote (Seattle Slew) lines. If you are looking for an exciting upper-level prospect and have the patience and experience to let a young horse mature, Rev It Up is one you should seriously consider. And he is offered at a bargain price for a horse of his gorgeous movement and potential!
Price: $2500 negotiable
Contact: Nirka Huertas 585-905-9978 text preferred
Equibase listing: https://www.equibase.com/profiles/Results.cfm?type=Horse&refno=10811391®istry=T&rbt=TB
A PPE is always recommended. For information about vet practices available to do PPEs, and the whole buying process, please see the How to But menu tab on our website, which is linked in the post pinned to the top of our FB page.