Yes, it will be interesting to see how he runs. The breeding program he came from is known for breeding for color before breeding for speed, but he's got a decent pedigree, with AP Indy and Riva Ridge close up and a bunch of old school runners farther back: Northern Dancer, Swaps, Mr. Prospector, Roberto just to name a few.
He'll make a nice sporthorse if he's too slow. Hell, I wouldn't mind having him in my barn!
Last edited by Thoroughbred in Color; Jan. 21, 2013 at 11:22 AM.
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