PARLAPIANO, 2015, 16.2h dark bay mare

Located at the Finger Lakes Race Track in Farmington, NY (near Rochester, NY). On a super cold, blustery day, Parlapiano (meaning “Smooth Talker” in Italian) walked confidently out of her barn on a loose lead. She posed perfectly for her photo shoot, never moving a foot out of place. Her connections report she is a super, super sweet mare-never marish. She is easy to work around, is good for her riders, and has no vices in her stall. They report she is retiring sound with clean legs. She had beautiful dapples even with a bit of her winter coat coming in. We admired her beautiful floaty trot and think she could go in many different directions for a second career, but with her looks, kind temperament, and movement, the hunter ring, dressage, and eventing strike us as great new careers for her. Her gorgeous movement and sweet personality won our volunteers over, and she came oh so close to going home with one of them who isn’t even a mare person! Parlapiano has been turned out over the winters in a group of mares and did well. Her track connections report that she loves turnout! She has been a good race horse, earning over $126,000 in her 33 starts with 3 wins,4 seconds, and 4 fourths. She has a good sport pedigree, and also could have some broodmare appeal, since her dam has produced a NY stakes winner who has over $500,000 in earnings. Parlapiano is by Stay Thirsty, who is a son of Bernardini (AP Indy) out of a Storm Bird/Roberto line mare. Parlapiano’s dam, who is a stakes producer, is by Eddington, a son of Unbridled, and out of a mare from the Indian Charlie/Caro sire line. Parlapinao will be RRP eligible for 2022! This is a great price for a big, sound mare who has a perfect temperament and is a beautiful mover, so we suggest calling quickly!
Price: $2500
Contact: Adrianne D’Alessandro 585-281-1810 (text preferred)
 Parlapiano rear
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