STUARTEE, 2020 16.3h bay gelding

Stuartee is a beautiful and very big young horse with a very desirable sport horse pedigree, and since it is obvious that he would rather put his big strided lovely gallop to good use over cross country courses or hunter courses than in trying to muster the speed needed for the dirt track sprints that predominate at Finger Lakes Race Track, his wonderful track connections have decided not to push him into trying to be a racehorse. He is a blank slate to develop your way once you give him time to finish growing  — who knows how big he will wind up, given that he has been taped at 16.3h already! He is solid boned and well balanced, with a great shoulder and strong hind end.  He is clean legged and sound, and he has also been scoped and everything is clean.  He has had two timed workouts, and showed that he just doesn’t want to go fast enough to make it in racing — but thanks to those timed and published workouts he will be fully eligible for the 2023 and 2024 RRP. His trainer says he is a good to handle and has no vices, and she stressed that his gallop is lovely, light and rhythmical — the sort that you can ride all day.  The video of him galloping on the track was taken in June, in only his second time on the track (he is the bay horse on the inside).  Stuartee is by Greek Sun, who is a son of Danzig and raced in long distance turf races — a good trait for cross country. His dam Single Malt Female, who we recall as a hardknocking durable racemare at Finger Lakes, is from Skip Trial/Damascus and Halo lines, with Northern Dancer and Majestic Prince further back.  Stuartee’s pedigree is full of turf and stamina oriented thoroughbred lines — the type of old school TB pedigree made for sporting disciplines.
Price: $4000 negotiable
Contact: Michelle Tasso 585-472-2804  (text preferred, and PLEASE do not contact after 8 pm)
Stuartee face profile Stuartee front Stuartee left Stuartee rear Stuartee right
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