16.3 hands. Exceptionally bred, he is a true athlete and race winner. He last raced at Turfway Park on 1/23/22. He retired sound just slow.
An energetic boy, he will need an experienced rider/handler with patience to help him adjust to his new life. He has adjusted well to farm life but can get rambunctious at times. He will need a consistent work schedule but thrived off of consistent leg pressure and asking for flexion. Can be a bit stubborn at times but wants to be good and wants a job. He stays quiet in the stall once he gets to know his neighbors. We have not noted any vices and were not told of any injuries.
He stood well for our vet and he did not find any issues with him.