Located at Finger Lakes Race Track, Farmington NY (near Rochester)
Yep, this lovely big mare is indeed a daughter of Central Banker, a Speightstown son who is becoming increasingly popular as a sport horse sire because his offspring tend to be excellent jumpers. Based on her conformation, pedigree, temperament, and soundness we think this big pretty solid boned mare is an excellent sport horse prospect. She was quiet and polite for her photo session on a very chilly morning, and her handler confirmed that she is just a “very chill mare” who is always a good girl to handle and to ride. We were told that Bankers Daughter is sound and can go in any new direction you want. She is ready to move on to a new career because she is a victim of her own success on the track — she has so many wins that there will be few racing conditions that she’s eligible to run in next year . She has earned over $250,000 in her 37 start racing career, with 5 wins, 8 seconds, and 4 thirds. This year she has 3 wins in 14 starts. This record demonstrates that she is athletic and a hard trying competitor. Earlier in her career she consistently raced will in allowance level races, but to achieve her most recent win this fall her trainer had to drop her down into a claiming race. Bankers Daughter has an uphill build, good topline, strong sloping shoulder and an impressive powerful looking hind end. And we just loved her pretty feminine head and kind eye. And how cute is that photo of her sticking her tongue out?!! For her jog video Bankers Daughter showed good engagement from behind with an even well balanced trot. Bankers Daughter has an ideal sport horse pedigree that leads us to think she has excellent eventing potential. As noted, her sire Central Banker is from the Speightstown/Gone West sire line, and his dam is from Go For Gin/His Majesty/Ribot, and Halo/Hail to Reason sire lines. Bankers Daughter’s dam Lazeka is by Belong to Me, a Danzig son, and she is out of a Dynaformer mare. These are all the bloodlines most sought after in eventing and jumping disciplines.
Price: $5000 negotiable
Contact: Adrianne D’Alessandro 585-281-1810 (text preferred)