Located at Finger Lakes Race Track, Farmington NY (near Rochester)
Bruit’s Union is a lightly raced, still growing youngster who hasn’t shown much racing ability in 6 starts. But racing’s loss is the sport horse world’s gain, because Brit is full of potential for any sport horse discipline. Brit’s trainer, who also gallops him, told us he’s “amazing to ride.” Right after he first acquired Brit, he popped on him and they calmly walked over to the training track. The trainer says that although he’s perfectly behaved rit he can be a horse with higher energy and a playful personality. He is also sweet and snuggly boy- and we observed him loving on his trainer (see photo). Brit is a handsome horse, well balanced, with a slightly longer body type, gorgeous neck, and powerful hindquarters. During his jog, we observed forward movement with nice reach from the shoulders and good engagement from behind that looked uphill, athletic, and well balanced. Because Brit is young and energetic, he would be better sited for an experienced rider with ambitions to go up the levels in sport horse disciplines. He is by Union Jackson, a son of Curlin out of a Dixie Union mare. Union Jackson was recently retired from stud and is now embarking on his own new career as a sport horse. Brit’s dam, Brit’s Union, is by Van Nistlerooy out of a Clever Trick mare. This brings in the Icecapade sire line, one that’s not seen often enough anymore, and was a favorite of steeplechasers and eventers. Brit is the type of horse that so many sasy they are looking for- a young, lightly raced, solid, slightly flashy, nice-sized, gelding that is athletic, good to ride, and snuggly in his stall. We should be deservedly popular with many shoppers.
Price: $4000 negotable
Contact” Dylan Clarke 352-286-7559