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I’m always a big fan of this colt and his older brother, and plan on keeping shares in both for some time.
He will be qualifying this week and his grinding style will make him a horse to watch in 2016.
Has never made a break training. Seriously.
He has an ocd in each hock but neither need to be removed yet, so here we are.
(Muscle Hill reportedly had OCDs in each hock which were also never removed)
He loves his work and does it very well.
I don’t plan on “poking the bear” if we don’t need to.
So it’s full speed ahead from here on out.
I’ve made it clear I liked this colt since day one.
He has an amazing attitude.
He has a small ocd in each hock which we are watching closely.
The vet was not concerned, so we will hold off on any surgery.
He’s far enough ahead that I wouldn’t worry about down time if we change direction with him.
Most people that have followed this colt know how much I love him.
Top marks all around.
He has already trained in 250 and had no issue’s doing it.
Puts a smile on my face everytime he goes on the track.
As I said in my past posts, I own this colts full brother.
I was more than happy to buy him out of the flamboro sale.
He is a very good horse and love’s to work.
What more could I possibly ask for at this point?
Honestly this was the only horse I had to have at the sale.
I own his full brother (Leroys Dream) and he appeared to be the best yearling we had training down last winter and spring.
Leroy went through a growth spurt at a very inopportune time at the beginning of the summer and it threw his whole year off.
I’m expecting big things from him and bigger things from his younger brother “I’m macon it”.
Hes big and handsome and appears eager to learn.
A great attitude all around so far.