PRINCESS RILEY, 2019 16+h dark bay filly

Located at Finger Lakes Race Track, Farmington NY (near Rochester)

When we first saw Princess Riley, the phrase “built like a brick house” immediately came to mind.  She’s solid bodied, beautiful, and a wow mover! She’s also sound and clean legged.  We see exciting sport horse potential for this lovely velvety dark filly.  Princess Riley is a homebred whose trainer tells us that she is “Slow. She breaks slow and that affects her whole race”. In 10 starts, she has yet to win, although she has managed to finish second three times. While racing isn’t her calling, with her balance and movement, this sturdy, booty-licious filly could easily excel in a variety of other sports. She has the pretty looks and floaty movement to succeed in the hunter ring or in dressage, and eventing might be right up her alley too.  She was very well behaved for her jog video on a cold blustery day that had many other horses on the high side.  She displayed a light floaty trot with big reach from her shoulders and strong engagement from behind.  Princess Riley is sired by Union Jackson, a son of Curlin, who was recently pensioned from stud duty and rehomed through New Vocations for a sport horse career. Hmmm, perhaps daughter and father will meet in the show ring someday! Princess Riley is out of a mare by the great Ghostzapper. Other notable sires in her pedigree include Deputy Minister, Dixie Union, Dixieland Band, Relaunch, and Secretariat. 

Price: $3000 negotiable

Contact: Dylan Clarke  352-286-7559 

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