Located at a farm in Victor NY very close to the Finger Lakes Race Track
When our volunteer saw this big boned solid horse in her stall being brushed, she wondered what a warmblood was doing on a TB farm! Imagine her surprise when the trainer brought the horse out and said it was a 3 yo filly. This nearly black filly is going to be a big one when she finishes growing, and she obviously has a good appetite. Savarelli is unraced, and she did train at the track, but demonstrated that she was too slow to try to race. She has been back at the farm for over a month, enjoying turn out. On the day we saw her, she had been turned out with a yearling, who must have kicked her, because she had a still warm hematoma on her chest that the trainer said had not been there the day before. We felt it and it was soft, and Savarelli did not react at all when we felt it. So the lump you can see on her chest in the photos is just a temporary thing that will soon go away (if it hasn’t already in the days between taking her photos and posting her). The trainer reports that Savarelli is good to handle, has no vices, and is an easy keeper. She is currently barefoot, and has nice big feet. She displayed beautiful movement jogging on the grass at the farm. She has a flowing walk with an overstep, and a light balanced trot with reach that is fancy enough to do well in the hunter ring or in dressage. She has an excellent sport horse pedigree. Her sire is Archarcharch, a son of Arch who is from Roberto and Danzig lines. Her dam Sweetonrich is a stakes winner, from Secretariat, Nureyev and Wavering Monarch lines. This black beauty is a blank slate to restart for any new discipline.
Contact: Karen Barrow 585-415-1152 (text preferred)
Equibase profile: https://www.equibase.com/profiles/Results.cfm?type=Horse…