Freud lovers-unite — here is another Freud offspring with great sport horse potential, as all Freuds have! What Mightavebeen is described as athletic and a sweet girl with a good brain who is ready for a job. She was showing some promise on the race track, earning $44,000 in 14 starts with 2 wins, 2 seconds, and 2 thirds. While bringing her back into training in the spring after wintering, she got loose while on the walker and sustained lots of cuts and wounds. Her connections report that none of these damaged any ligaments, bones, tendons, etc, but the vet suggested allowing all the wounds to heal prior to bringing her back, which was estimated to take 4-6 months. She is back and in training and sound and has official workouts, but the track meet is now ending, so her connections feel it’s just best to let her start a new career rather than wintering her again. She is reported to be sound and cleared for any discipline after the track. What Mightavebeen has been a trooper through it all and loves people (and treats). She showed nice movement for her jog video, with good suspension at the jog. We could see her being a lovely dressage prospect, but surely she could go in many different directions. Freud tends to produce horses with good movement and jumping ability,with good brains. What Mightavebeen will be eligible for RRP 2023. She is by Freud, who is a full brother to Giant’s Causeway. Her dam is by Indian Charlie, which is another excellent sport horse line known for good brains, and iis out of an AP Indy mare. She comes from one of the best female families in US TB breeding, so she also has excellent broodmare potential, either for racing or for sport horse breeding. Her dam line traces to Battle Creek Girl, a great broodmare who produced numerous stakes winners, champions, successful sires and mares who have produced countless stakes winners.
Price: $1500 negotiable
Contact: Kaitlynn Gutterson, 585-683-9854 (text preferred)
Race record: https://www.equibase.com/profiles/Results.cfm?type=Horse&refno=10449670®istry=T
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