FORTY ONE TALES,  2020  16+h chestnut gelding

This handsome homebred chestnut gelding is lightly raced, with only three starts.  He is looking to move on from the track to a less strenuous career because his left ankle gets a bit puffy after high speed workouts and he is then slightly off at the jog for a brief time. While the ankle settles right down his owner/breeder does not want to push him, especially since he did not show enough racing talent in his three starts.  He raced in 2023 and has timed workouts in the spring of 2024 so he is fully eligible for the 2025 RRP.  The ankle has not been x-rayed.  His connections think that with some time off to let him wind down from the track, he should be a good project for an experienced rider.  Forty One Tales is described as being a bit of a goof, still on the immature side.  Loud noises  coming from behind him when he can’t see what’s going on have startled him (yeah – us too!) but he’s fine about loud noises and commotion going on in front of him.  FLF has listed some of Forty One Tales’ half siblings and half siblings to his dam in past years for this owner/breeder, who is dedicated to finding the best of new homes for their racehorses.  The horses from this dam line that we have listed were all kind and good to handle, nice movers, athletic, and we know that some have gone on to successful careers as hunters, jumpers, eventers, and trail horses.  

Price: $3000 negotiable to an excellent home

Contact:  Hannah Lewis  607-661-3212

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