Stoney’s Due is a sweet, lightly raced girl with only four lifetime starts. Her trainer reports she is a sweet girl and very athletic. She is reported to be very kind and have no stall vices. Her trainer told us Stoney would love to stand around and graze all day while simultaneously receiving lots of pets! He thinks because of her stocky build, she could be a good barrel racing prospect, but surely she could go in other directions as well. She recently (on Sept 1, 2022) clipped her left front leg and in the process, mildly bowed a tendon. She has been evaluated by a vet and provided a rehab plan. Although she is cleared to return to racing (or any other sport) after following the rehab plan, her trainer would rather her do something else not on the track. He reports that she has never been unsound on the tendon. She needs approximately 30 more days of hand walking or round pen turnout so help the tendon heal. If you’re looking for a horse for next year’s RRP-she could be a great prospect! Stoney’s Due is by Bustin Stones out of a Devil His Due mare.
Contact: Victor Dean (text or call but calls preferred) 585-481-4433