Gorgeous Thoroughbred Mare

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Jockey Club
Reg Number
17.0 hh
Foal Date
April, 2017
United States
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Thoroughbred Mare for Sale in Naples, FL

Beauty, brains, and movement all in one. "Lady" is a diamond from the track. Her registered name is Beast of Wildwood. She raced 19 times, 1st: 3, 2nd: 3, 3rd: 3. Winnings of $64,190. She has been listed as retired from racing. Her father is the amazing "The Big Beast". Lady was sold at auction for $22,000 at the OBS 2018 Oct Yearling sale. Aside from her racing debut, Lady is sound and sane. She has had time to decompress fron track life and is by far the sweetest girl in the barn. Best ground manners and stall manners. Easy for vet and loved by the farrier. Said she's got the best feet he's seen on a TB. We keep her in aluminum front shoes. She has begun light flat work and is a very willing partner. Will excel in so many areas. She has a good stride and would make a
... more»great English mount, potential jumper, dressage, trail partner, etc. Could even go western events as her father is known for sprinters. Once she has had fun winning with her new partner, she will make a fantastic broodmare for racing or sport horses. She is a big girl at 17h. Hate selling her but life has forced sale. She's kept at a veterinary facility and is available to be viewed by appointment. If we cannot find the right home she will stay.

About Naples, FL

Before the European colonial period, the Calusa Indians had dwelt in the region for thousands of years, from Charlotte Harbor to Cape Sable. In 1513, Juan Ponce de León landed in the region and found resistance from the Calusa, which was then followed by nearly 200 years of strife between the Spanish and the Calusa. In the early 1700s, following slaving raids by Uchise Creek and Yamasee Indians allied with the English Province of Carolina, most of the Calusa retreated south and east. The city of Naples was founded during the late 1880s by former Confederate general and Kentucky U.S. Senator John Stuart Williams and his partner, Louisville businessman Walter N.

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