On a day filled with lovely dark bay fillies, this was one of our favorites! This pretty, shiny sweetheart stood quietly while she was posed for conformation shots and didn’t move a muscle. She certainly made the volunteers job super easy! We watched as she snuggled with her handler and was also the perfect dainty nibbler of peppermints. We loved her elegant neck, long shoulder, and square underpinning. There is nice depth through her heart girth and body too- especially for a young filly. We were told that she has no vices in her stall and that the exercise riders report that she is very “easy going”. We were told that she is sound and has not had any injuries. We observed her to be friendly and relaxed throughout our session. During her jog video, we observed cute movement as she stayed polite and relaxed on a fairly loose lead, closely mirroring her handler’s movements.
With ten starts to her credit, she started her race career in Aqueduct and Belmont before breaking her maiden in her first attempt at Finger Lakes. But since then, four races later, she is yet to be back on the boards again and was described as a “mid-packer” who has failed to earn her keep by bringing home a paycheck. But that is definitely your gain! With the end of the race season approaching, her owners are ready to transition her to a new career. She has an excellent pedigree for sport and we can imagine her going in many direction for her second career. She is by Overanalzye (Dixie Union – Dixieland Band sire line) and out of an Unbridled’s Song mare. Her second dam is a major stakes winner, and her female family is full of stakes winners and stakes producers — tracing back to the dam of the great Arts and Letters. With this pedigree and her solid build, she has excellent broodmare potential.
If you are looking for a sweet, cuddly, good-sized filly with an impressive sport lineage- this is probably one worth checking out!
Contact: Adrianne D’Alessandro 585-281-1810 (text preferred)
Racing Record: https://www.equibase.com/profiles/Results.cfm?type=Horse…
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