Year of Birth: 2017
Height: 16.1 hands
Color: Dark Bay/Black
RRP ELIGIBLE: yes
Fairmount Park Race Track (Fanduel Racing)
We are 4.5 hours from Lexington, Memphis, Nashville, Chicago, Kansas City, Columbus!
Breeding/Race History: click here
Lamp Oil is a beautiful model, just stunning. He is so very handsome and such a chill dude. He is almost pure black, a bit of white on his face only, and a bit of a sun-bleached tail. And take a look that face! If you love a roman nose like we do, this is the guy for you. He is very lightly raced. If you research his race record, you'll see a gap in his racing career... After a kerfuffle between family members, he spent some time chilling in his trainers pasture until the humans worked things out... LOL. He's been training and racing but it's really just not for him, he's cut out to be a sporthorse, and is built for it. Great brain, really sweet horse. He looks like he's built for jumping, but is a great mover too.... event horse? Hunter? Jumper?
Owner/trainer states he has no vices or prior injuries.
No holds without deposit. Non-racing homes only.
Contact: please text with first and last names to 314-288-8787 and specify that you are asking about Lamp Oil.
All horses are located at Fairmount Park Racetrack (Fanduel Sportsbook and Horse Racing) in Collinsville, IL 62234. The nearest big city is Saint Louis.
All horses are for sale by owner, and the owner sets the sale price. Gateway Off Track Thoroughbreds is here to help you connect with the owner and facilitate the process as well as provide a written bill of sale between you and the horse's owner.
All horses listed with GATEWAY OTTBs are racehorses with no other training and are not suitable for beginners or children without additional training unless otherwise stated. No person is allowed to ride any horse on racetrack property without a valid state racing license. GATEWAY OTTBs always recommends a veterinary pre-purchase exam.
PHOTOS (photos scroll, use arrows)
And here is another video of Lamp Oil, it' won't paste here because it's a "short"