SCARF, 2019 15.2 -3h+ bay filly

A lovely accessory indeed!  Scarf has striking roaning on her face, so she will certainly stand out from the crowd.  She is solid bodied, with a strong sloping shoulder.  She came to her current trainer at Finger Lakes in late June, after running on the Parx/Monmouth circuit.  Previous trainers ran her regularly almost every two weeks, and while she physically handled it and remains sound and clean legged, her mind is saying “enough with this racing game.”  Her current trainer is listening to her, and knows she will be much happier in a new career. Since she arrived in his care, they have had her scoped and thoroughly checked over by a vet, and she is reported to have nothing wrong with her — other than being done with the racing game.  Her trainer reports that she is a cribber, but they have it completely controlled with a collar.  He thinks that once away from the confinement and stress of the racing life and able to enjoy turn out, the cribbing may alleviate. Scarf is sired by Mosler, who is by War Front out of an Arch mare.  Her dam, Scarfire, is by Friesan Fire, a son of AP Indy, who is out of a Rahy mare. The Danzig, Fappiano, Roberto, and Seeking the Gold lines on her sire’s side, and the AP Idy, Blushing Groom, Cozzene, Caro, and Halo lines on her dam side should make her a very enticing prospect for sporting discipline.

Price: $2500 negotiable

Contact: Dylan Clarke  352-286-7559 (text or call OK)

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