Frost Giant fans, take a look at this striking daughter of that fave sport horse sire! This dappled beauty has let her trainer know that her heart isn’t in racing any more, but that opens up a great opportunity for people looking for a sport horse prospect who has no limitations for any new discipline. Wild Frost is relatively lightly raced, with 19 starts, 1 win, 3 seconds and 2 thirds. Since her trainer decided it was time to move her on from racing, she recently pulled Wild Frost’s shoes, so the mare was a bit footsore jogging barefoot on pavement, but we could see that she is a nice mover, which is typical for Frost Giant offspring — and they tend to be very good jumpers too. Wild Frost is described as sound and without any vices. She toes out on her right front, but her trainer says this has never caused her any issues or soundness problems. Since Wild Frost has been doing nothing but walking the shedrow for a month since her last race, she could benefit from some turn out time to let her down from the track but then she will be ready to restart for her new career. Her pedigree is ideal for jumping disciplines. Her sire Frost Giant has sired many successful eventing and H/J horses, and he is by Giant’s Causeway out of a Gone West mare. Wild Frost’s dam is by Yankee Victor, who is from Halo and Caro lines, and her dam’s sire brings in another cross of Caro. Wild Frost’s full sister is a stakes winner on the NY circuit, so she also has good broodmare potential.
A good home is essential.
Price: $2,000 negotiable
Contact: Stacy Torelli 585-506-7663
As always, a pre-purchase veterinary exam is recommended.