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FEIPony
Nov. 28, 2009, 10:28 AM
I was looking through the New England CANTER site & found a few good looking Eventing prospects. The CANTER organization is wonderful & they offer quality horses. Someone should really grab up these horses, they look like they will have a future in eventing.

T09-2650-06. TRAINER-OWNED GELDING
Bay, 16 hands, 4 years old

"Bay Miner" is "a joy to be around" according to his trainer, who adds that this guy is "sound, big, and has a beautiful trot!" Miner is tough to keep weight on at the track; he should be a much easier keeper away from the track. Not doing much in the races and trainer needs to make room.

Asking $1,500, negotiable to a good home.
http://www.canterne.org/images-salehorses/Bay_Miner.JPG

T09-2826-10. TRAINER-OWNED GELDING
Chestnut, 16 hands, 5 years old

"Cat Topper" has had a successful career on the track and with his breeding that is no surprise: he's by a son of Mr. Prospector with other notables such as Storm Cat, Majestic Light, Buckpasser and Lyphard in his pedigree.

Price: $500
http://www.canterne.org/images-salehorses/Cat_Topper_corrected.jpg

T09-2828-10. TRAINER-OWNED GELDING
Bay, 16 hands, 4 years old

"Midnight Clear" Trainer is reluctantly parting with Midnight Clear as the season winds down and he is looking to cut his string. Reports that he does need an experienced handler and rider, but is a beautiful prospect.

Price: $1,500
http://www.canterne.org/images-salehorses/MidnightClear.jpg

T09-2850-10. TRAINER-OWNED GELDING
Dark Bay with Chrome, 17 hands, 5 years old

"Tift" has a well-earned reputation as a "gentle giant". He has actually been ridden on the farm, so making the transition to show horse should be a cinch. With his size and substantial build, he would suit even the taller/bigger rider.

Now on the Farm in W. Bridgewater

Price: $1,500
http://www.canterne.org/images-salehorses/Tift.jpg

Clear Blue
Nov. 28, 2009, 04:06 PM
Bay Miner is not available (even though still listed). I called the trainer and he said they are going to rest the horse and start up again in the spring.