Miss Valued, 2012 16h dark bay mare

This  well put together and balanced, and very well bred mare, who sold for $65,000 as a two year old,  is just not showing it on the track this year after being a winning machine at the allowance level in prior years for another trainer. Her current connections would like to find her a new career while she is still sound.  They say she is a good girl, nice to handle with no vices. She posed perfectly for her photo session and jogged politely on a long loose lead, showing very nice light movement, even and well balanced, with good reach from the shoulder.  As our volunteers took her photos and interacted with her, we all remarked on what a nice big filly she is.   Miss Valued has good bone, an uphill build and strong sloping shoulder, which suggests good jumping ability.  She has excellent potential for any sporting discipline, and with her pedigree she should also attract serious interest from breeders.  She is by AP Indy’s son Congrats, a rising sire star in his own right. Her dam is a half sister to multiple Grade 1 stakes winner Hilda’s Passion, who sold for over $1 million as a broodmare prospect.  She has a direct female line to the dam of the immortal Damascus, and her fourth and fifth dams are stakes winners and stakes producers. Indeed, her entire female family is full of graded black type winners and producers.
Price: $1500 neg
Contact:  Marisa 315-719-9665 (contact person for owner/trainer to help with language barrier)
Race Record and Pedigree:  http://www.equibase.com/profiles/Results.cfm?type=Horse&refno=9307250®istry=T

video from August 2017:

Video from November 2016:

As always, a pre-purchase veterinary exam is recommended.

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