Year of Birth: 2019
Height: 17 hands
Price/Fee: Price on request
Fairmount Park Race Track (Fanduel Racing)
9301 Collinsville Rd, Collinsville, IL 62234
We are 4.5 hours from Lexington, Memphis, Nashville, Chicago, Kansas City, Columbus!
Breeding/Race History: click here
This is a serious horse that could excel in any discipline. He stands at 17 hands and is solidly built, with a lovely shoulder and powerful hind end. He has an amazing easy and swinging stride with suspension that will get him scoring high in any dressage ring, We imagine he will be a fabulous jumper with his build and breeding. On top of all this he is unraced and has a fabulous brain and is by the sire Forest Attack who is locally known to produce good moving, great brained and trainable sport horses. This is a serious prospect for someone looking to win and his price will reflect that.
Owner/trainer states he has no vices or prior injuries.
No holds without deposit. Non-racing homes only.
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Contact: please text with first and last names to 804-366-4528 and specify that you are asking about Speed Attack.
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)
VIDEO- The trot videos are from two different days. As we were trotting him, his right front shoe twisted and we had to pull it, so he is trotting with only one shoe. In the other he has both front shoes on.