Wellbehavedwomen may live up to her name, but she certainly breaks some stereotypes. Chestnut mare? Well, she was as sweet and sensible as could be and as friendly as pie! We immediately noted her thick, solid, sturdy build with muscular hindquarters. An affectionate girl, her handler (who is her owner/breeder) told us that she just “wants to be a pet”. We definitely got a glimpse of this sweet and snuggly personality. She loves having her ears rubbed; we were told that she will always put her head down at feeding time in order to get her ears rubbed first, before eating. She appeared to be well-handled and patiently allowed volunteers to position her for her confirmation shots. We were told that she has no stall vices and doesn’t crib. The exercise riders call her ‘the pony’ and report back that she is nice to ride. She appears to have good feet, and jogged barefoot on the concrete. For her video, she was quiet on the lead at both the walk and jog and demonstrated some cute, floaty action during her jog. Wellbehavedwomen never started and has no published workouts (not RRP eligible); she has spent the two years that racing was impacted by COVID on the farm, coming back to the track only in May of this year. On the farm, she turned out with two, more dominant mares but reportedly gets along with them fine. So here we are- a sweet, friendly, well-built mare with basic training that is a clean slate. We picture her as a friendly, sensible, all-round ammy horse who could go in many different directions. And a fun project for a lucky buyer. Wellbehavedwomen is by Smart Bid with Danzig noted on her sire’s side out of Canadian Cat with Storm Cat and Seattle Slew noted in her dam’s lineage.
Price: $3,500 neg.
Contact: Eric Sharp 585-924-3174 (landline, please leave a message)
Racing Record: https://www.equibase.com/profiles/Results.cfm?type=Horse…
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