Bird in the Bush 2010 16 h liver chestnut filly

Liver chestnuts, something of a rarity on the racetrack, don’t come
much prettier than this sweet and stunning girl, who is also a beautiful mover! The first thing we noticed and exclaimed over was a riot of dapples covering every square inch of this lovely girl. The day was clouding up and we’re not certain that they will stand out in the pictures the way they did in person. We tried to
maximize on brief rays of sun to get her pictures. Well bred by Corinthian (Pulpit) out of a Mr. Prospector mare, her beautiful conformation and movement will get her noticed in the show ring. She is described as good to gallop and quiet in her stall. She is sound, good on the ground and has no vices, although she does need
strong, confident handling because she can be a bit pushy when handled
out of her stall. She was certainly perfectly behaved for us when we
got her photos and video. What a pleasure it was to watch her move for
her video with a lofty trot with suspension and cadence, plus she has
a natural frame. We would love to see her go under tack! Her wraps and poultice are standard daily care for this barn, and by the time we got there, she was already done up.  On a day when we saw so many beautiful horses, this one was like the cherry on top of the sundae! At least one of the volunteers will go to sleep tonight dreaming of this beautiful girl standing in one of her stalls!

Contact Terry Genecco 585-820-2575

Price: $2500

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