Located at Finger Lakes Race Track, Farmington NY (near Rochester)
This beautiful grey girl has a lot to offer besides her dappled beauty — she is very sweet, quiet and sensible, good to handle, sound and clean legged, and a lovely mover! And to add to that attractive package, she is very well bred, so she might be of interest to breeders in addition to people looking for a sport horse prospect. Royal Jubilee has won twice in 12 starts, but both of her wins were on a synthetic track at Gulfstream. Her trainer told us that she just doesn’t seem to like the dirt track, and since he doesn’t race at tracks with synthetic or turf, he would like to find her a new career. Royal Jubilee was perfectly behaved for her photo session, and she loved the peppermints that her trainer offered to her. For her video, she walked and jogged quietly on a loose lead, and displayed a nice big walk with the overstep and swing that dressage riders look for, and the flowing light flatter kneed trot that show hunter riders look for. We can see her excelling in either discipline — or in any other for that matter. Her toes are currently very long, and once she gets her feet properly trimmed, imagine how well she will move! Since she is only three, she will grow some more, and may top out at slightly over 16 hands. She is from the first crop of Belmont winner Tapwrit, a son of the great Tapit out of a mare from Valid Appeal/In Reality and Roberto/Hail to Reason sire lines. Royal Jubilee’s dam Secret Return is by Put it Back, from the Honor and Glory/In Reality sire line. Her second dam is a graded stakes producer, and her third dam is the grade 1 stakes winner and producer Pretty Discreet, who produced Discreet Cat amongst other luminaries. We mention her close relation to Discreet Cat because his offspring are great jumpers. Mares from Pretty Discreet’s direct female line have produced many top stakes winners.
Price: $5500 negotiable
Contact: Eddie Maver 786-285-2047 (text preferred)