|being pulled all over the paddock. he was an ox|
I'll tell ya though.... when he broke out of that gate, I wanted to throw up. I don't think I let my breath out until he cross the wire safely. I guess I'll be a little nervous from now on. I didn't even think that he might have gotten claimed. Just wanted him home safely. Be nice if he could break his maiden though too. Not much lower to drop him than the $10k he just ran. Not at Churchill anyways. And if you don't run there they take your stalls away. Not that there aren't like 3 whole barns worth of stalls open at the Spectrum... but they are stupid about stalls.
Anyways.... he's sound, happy and not even freaking tired. We'll run him back soon. Seriously he dragged us when we were cooling him out and took him back to the Spectrum and he was bouncing all over, being a colt-ish asshat. Good to know he didn't tax himself too much *eye roll*. Gah.
|Aaron Court up. I think this horse is too much for a bug boy. They all try.|
but he's A LOT of fucking horse. He pretty much ran off coming back
after the wire.....
good luck finding the right combination for this horse - he certainly doesn't seem to lack the energy!ReplyDelete
We also might geld him. Sometimes going 45 mph with giant nuts hurts their backs. Might be another reason he won't switch. And it's not like he's ever going to the shed after retirement..... he doesn't NEED them..........Delete
I have an affinity for Porkchop. Probably because I call my horse Meatloaf sometimes.ReplyDelete
That's freaking awesome! Meatloaf and Porkchop. Destined for each other!!!!Delete