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Thoroughbred Horses for Sale in Birmingham, Alabama

$2 000,00
 
Flying Banner
 
Markings:
3 white socks
 
Color:
Chestnut
 
Breed:
Thoroughbred
 
Birthday:
Apr 10, 2003
 
Sex:
Gelding
 
Height:
16.0 hh
 
Weight:
1100.0 lbs
 
Registry:
Jockey Club
 
Reg:
0338637
 
In Foal:
 
Temperament:
5 / 10
 
Last Update:
10/02/2017
 
 
Additional Comments:
Lovely 10 year old Thoroughbred 15 3 gelding that I bought several years ago as a project horse. Banner was race trained, but never raced. Circumstances have always interfered with his plans for the future, as they do now. His racing owners, who, I believe, are listed on his papers, but I could be wrong, went bankrupt. Their stock was liquidated and Banner found himself on the open market where I bought him. He was three years old. He loads without easily, stands for the farrier, has never gone without his yearly immunizations (including rabies and west nile virus or coggins testing). He is an easy keeper (for a Thoroughbred), eating about 2 quarts of 12% feed a day with free choice hay. I also give him a biotin supplement. He has no stable vices i.e. he does not crib, weave, paw, bite or kick. He stands for clipping, bathing, grooming, saddling, etc. He gets along well with other horses and places in the middle to lower level in the herd. He moves from finger or leg pressure, lunges, leads, backs up etc. He has all three gaits and a good set of brakes from the seat. I have started him jumping and he was shown several years ago in dressage. He has lovely movement and is a joy to ride. In the summer, he shines like a new penny in the sun. So, why would anyone part with such a treasure? When I bought Banner, I was training horses in another state. I was also giving riding lessons. I moved myself and several of my horses across the country and started building a farm here in Alabama. I married again a little over two years ago and my new husband and I decided we would re-do the house, sell the farm and board the horses. I still had five, so I sold three and boarded two. My thinking was that my new husband could ride Banner. Now Banner is as cute as a bug
 

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