Saturday September 19, 2015 was quite the day for chestnuts, for mares and for gorgeous moving knockouts, and this coppery beauty ticked all of those boxes! A solid, stout, sound gal with old, set track jewelry, she has been a very useful and honest racehorse, racking up 6 wins, 6 seconds and 15 thirds in a career that included 62 starts. Horses that stay sound for this many races tend to be very durable with much to offer in new careers, in our experience. We loved her stocky, well balanced build, enveloped in a beautiful coat of impressive dapples. And when she jogged off for her video, we were wowed: what a beautiful mover to tick another box for the superfecta! By the time we got to her barn for photos, she was already wrapped and done up for the morning and the groom was raking the shedrow before clocking out, so we didn’t ask him to remove the wraps. It is standard operating procedure to wrap legs on the racetrack and doesn’t necessarily portend a problem. This pretty gal is just ready to call it a day on the racetrack and we think she is a bargain, clearly well cared for, in good weight and ready to go for a vacation somewhere before starting work in the spring.
Contact Bill Berry 585-770-4823
As always, a pre-purchase veterinary exam is recommended.