This snuggly guy has done decently in his racing career, hitting the board in 6 of his 20 starts, but his trainer is ready to see him successful in a new career. His trainer has taken excellent care of him, which is evident in his coat and weight, but she has a new busy job off the track which is forcing a reduction in the herd size. He is described as “in your pocket” and snuggly, and he certainly demonstrated that demeanor for our volunteer on the backside this evening. He wanted to climb right into our pockets-and we gladly would have let him! He is extremely quiet and even spent some of his down time this past winter on a farm in the Carolinas where he was trail ridden for pleasure. His petite stature and laid back personality don’t limit his potential! He has very correct conformation and looks as if he will be quite stocky after filling out. His legs are clean. Betty’s Boy is a very nice mover who is said to already know how to move off a rider’s leg and go into a frame! He showed beautiful reach and suspension in his ground covering trot. He will turn heads in any new discipline! His trainer reports he has no bad habits or vices. She also does his galloping and reports he is always well behaved, sensible, and businesslike. We think this gorgeous cuddlebug will go quickly, so we would suggest contacting his trainer Molly quickly.
Contact: Molly Hilderbrant 585-259-6351
As always, a veterinary pre-purchase exam is recommended.