2007 Thoroughbred Gelding

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Name
Breed
Thoroughbred
Gender
Stallion
Color
Bay
Temperament
3 (1 - calm; 10 - spirited)
Registry
NA
Reg Number
NA
Height
16.0 hh
Foal Date
Country
United States
Views/Searches
354/22,866
Ad Status
Unavailable
Price
$2,000

Thoroughbred Stallion for Sale in Chandler, IN

Thunder Highway is a nice 2007 Bay Thoroughbred Gelding ready for his second career. He has had a successful racing career; starting 33 times with 2 wins, 3 seconds, and 7 thirds with $29, 603 in earnings. He definitely is not the normal ex - race horse, he has an extremely sound mind! He has no spooks in him; tractors, traffic, horses, nothing bothers him. Loads, bathes, clips, hauls, stands for farrier. I would like for him to go to his forever home. Very nice horse with IMPECCABLE breeding. His sire is Thunder Gulch, winner of the Kentucky Derby and Belmont Stakes. His dam is a multiple stakes winning producer, including multiple graded stakes winner Vow. His granddam, Great Lady M, is a multiple stakes winner and also the dam of Horse of the Year Ladys Secret. Other stakes w
... more»inners in his first three generations including Thunder Gulch, Missy Slew, Gulch, Seattle Slew, Great Lady M, Mr. Prospector, Jameela, Storm Bird, Shoot A Line, Bold Reasoning, My Charmer, and Icecapade. He was a VERY sound and HONEST race horse so you know he will give you his all for his second career. He would be well suited as a trail horse, dressage, hunter, or jumper for an experienced rider all the way to an inexperienced youth / 4- H rider. He is young and you can still teach him to do whatever you want him to do! Here is a once in a lifetime horse at a reasonable prce!
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About Chandler, IN

In 1847, the area which is now Chandler opened a post office named Lee to serve its residents. By that time, a portion of the Central Canal (a piece of the Wabash and Erie Canal) was completed just outside of town that connected nearby Evansville with present-day Worthington. The canal system was never fully completed, having met its doom with financial problems and competition from the railroad boom, but part of the canal remains today along with the old tow path, aptly named Tow Path Road. In 1874, Lee officially became Chandler. The town got its new moniker from O.E.

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