Whats the Chances came to us last year from his connections at Delaware Park after fracturing a sesamoid. He had plenty of time to rehab and has been started back in work- his first ride in over a year and he didnt put a foot wrong- stood at the mounting block, WTC both ways and was happy to walk afterwards. He is easy to ride and a nice mover. This guy will get you noticed in the dressage ring! Because of his old injury he should probably not have a career with a lot of jumping. We have also played with some western jog and loping and he loves it. Barefoot and sound, no vices.
Update May 2023: In the interest of full disclosure, we recently heard from old connections that as a three year old at the track (2020) he was quite difficult. We then spoke to his connections at Delaware Park and the head outrider there where he last raced (2021) and they never had a problem. We have not seen anything remotely difficult here-he has been happy and easy going and reliable- maybe it was just the circumstances in his past. Email if you are interested in more info- but we truly feel his bad behavior is no longer an issue.
2023 RRP Makeover Eligible. Qualifies for the following special awards: Delaware Park, TCA, TAA, MD Bred
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