EVRYBODYLUVSNORMAN, 2017, 16h chestnut/roan gelding

Located at a farm in Victor NY, near Finger Lakes Race Track
Aptly named — as his owner/trainer attests, everybody truly does love Norman! She reports that Norman is a very sweet horse, a barn favorite, and “just a good guy to be around.”  He is described as a kind soul, sound, with no vices at all, who is good to ride and who has a great work ethic — he loves to train.  He has 2 wins in 13 starts, with 3 seconds and 3 thirds, but in his 6 starts in 2022 he did not win.  So his track connections, who prefer to concentrate their racing string on horses who can successfully compete in higher level races, realize that it is time to let beloved Norman find a new career in a home that will love him as much as they do. They say that he can go in any direction, and that he is unflappable, with nothing bothering him. Norman has striking white roaning throughout his chestnut coat, and all his chrome will surely get you noticed in whatever arena you focus on. He displayed a floaty trot with good push from behind and a flowing reach from the shoulders in the short jog video taken at the farm where he is hanging out until he finds his perfet new person.   Norman is sired by Normandy Invasion, a son of Tapit who quickly proved to be a popular sport horse sire, and who is now pensioned from stud and is succeeding in his new eventing career. Norman’s dam, Sunshine Stormy, is by another popular sport horse sire, Stormy Atlantic.  And on her dam side she comes from outstanding sport horse lines — Personal Flag, Private Account, Arts and Letters, and Naskra.
  What a perfect Christmas present — a beautiful, sweet, flashy, sound, good moving young gelding with a great sport horse pedigree from outstanding track connections. And fully RRP eligible and offered at a bargain price!
Price: $2500 negotiable
Contact: Karen Barrow  585-415-1152 (text preferred)
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