CANTER Cutie "Al" is home ONE YEAR UPDATE PAGE 2
I know someone else here was looking at him with over 987 hits to his listing! I picked him up yesterday at the track and he's settling in nicely. He'll need a month of stall rest, and at least another month or two of turnout--vet's orders. He has a lovely view of the farm action from his stall: donkeys, pony clubbers, chickens and the ring. His future vocation will hopefully be as a fine first flight fox hunter but his movement is really screaming dressage.
He's a very sweet, well-mannered boy. I can't say enough good things about his owners/trainers and the whole buying experience. I got to meet his regular vet, no pressure, very caring people.
Feel free to critique him as I now own him:
Video of his last turf race. He had one more race on the dirt after that which is where they think he damaged the tendon. It's really not bad at all. Al Amir: