This big, leggy bay mare is by Misremembered is out of a Lear Fan mare. Notable names in her pedigree include Ride the Rails, Blushing Groom and Hail to Reason.
Even though it was getting ‘muggy and buggy’ in the late morning after an early rain, this pretty girl led and posed quietly. She’s described as a “kind girl” by other trainers in the barn who know her. We saw evidence to confirm this reputation as she stood patiently and allowed herself to be slightly repositioned several times as we worked through foreign language communication issues with her trainer while posing her for her conformation pictures. We admired her powerful hindquarters, deep heart girth, and especially noted her very prettily arched neck.
For her video, she displayed a nice overreach at a walk with a quiet, workmanlike, and get-the-job-done attitude. She seems to be quite the no-nonsense kind of girl! Her leggy jog showed hints that promised of some lovely movement but we also noted that she appeared to have a touch of soreness, perhaps the residual from having raced only a few days prior to us videoing her. We assume that she will work out of this within a short period of time and believe that she would definitely benefit from being off the track and having regular, daily turnout.
This classy girl has an impressive resume too, having started at some big-name tracks such as Belmont, Aqueduct and Saratoga. She’s amassed almost $74,000 in earning with 30 lifetime starts and managed 4 wins. But she hasn’t had finished on the board yet this year, and so, it is time for her to transition to her next career. With her quiet demeanor, this big and attractive mare could fill out very nicely to shine as either a hunter prospect or pleasure mount.
Looking for a lovely, big, kind, quiet mare? A small investment in a little R&R with some downtime for her to chill and relax off the track, in a quieter environment, and you will have a great partner with the work ethic and attitude to apply herself to whatever job you might ask of her. She’s seasoned enough to be steady, but at only six years old, she is the perfect age to re-start with many, many productive years ahead of her. We think that in the near future, someone may be very happy that they took a second look at her, and offered this lovely mare the chance to transition to her second career.
Contact: Marissa (contact person for trainer Sam Morales) 315-719-9665 (text or call)
As always, a pre-purchase veterinary exam is recommended.