Our American Thoroughbreds have raced throughout the Northeastern United States. I emphasize that our Thoroughbreds are horses I know personally – some that I may have broken and galloped. Therefore, I have a genuine love and interest in the horse’s well-being and compatibility between prospective owners and horses will be determined via a pre-qualifying process. – Zeb Fry of Little Kentucky Farm
Prince Neff – $8,500
Prince Neff (barn name Eddie), is a 2010 dapple bay Thoroughbred gelding, 17.3 hands, retired after 52 races and a very successful career at the track. Total earnings over $82K. Retired sound and in the Winner’s Circle September 16, 2017.
By Fappie’s Notebook and out of Princess Paster. Sire’s bloodlines lean heavily toward fantastic jumping Thoroughbreds with quiet easy going temperaments.
Possible career talents would be low level Eventing (Novice – Prelim), competitive trail, hill topping, fox hunting, Hunter Equitation.
When I say this horse is quiet, gentle and regal, I honestly mean it. He is so steady and calm mentally, that he will make any experienced Amateur or Professional’s job easy-peasy. Because Eddie has been a racehorse all his life, I’m currently working on long hacks, walking hills and poles, and doing things that will stretch and develop his hind end. It’s a steady and gradual process to build different muscle strength, and given 30 days will look more like a show horse rather than a racehorse.
A barn favorite with his racetrack trainer, Eddie is familiar with voice commands, flying changes and the most perfect rein back you’ll ever experience. That puts him way ahead of the game. The way I see it with this guy, is that I’m not going to ‘re-train’ him, but rather ‘add-to’ his talent with Dressage, Cross Country and Stadium Jumping.
Up to date with farrier (excellent feet and heels), dental and current x-rays. Eddie was the pride and joy at the track and was very well looked after. Absolutely zero spook and zero vices.
This gorgeous gentle giant is a clean slate who can easily be developed for Eventing, Fox Hunting, Competitive Trail, Hunters. He has a lovely walk with over-reach and swing, and his canter is light and effortless.
Eor The Terrific – $30K
September 2017 – Awesome start first time out in a big Training division with a 26 in Dressage to lead, 2 greenie rails on the turf and a double clear on a impressive cross country course by John Williams to finish in 4th place. Louis also had the honor of winning the Thoroughbred Incentive Award for all Training divisions. . . . again!
9/13/2017 Now competing at Training Level and jumping Preliminary stadium.
2011, 17.3 hands, sired by Fort Prado, retired sound from racing in September 2014 and is currently competing at Novice Level Eventing, and gradually moving up to Training Level.
June 2017 Update: Louis won his Training/Novice division! And won Reserve Champion Thoroughbred Incentive Award
Update February 2017 – Louis won in Open Novice division and the Thoroughbred Incentive Award
Update March 2017 – Louis really proved himself at the March trials, first scoring a 21 for a gorgeous test. We finished on a 29 and once again he has the honor of winning the Thoroughbred Incentive Award.
A lovely guy with a sweet demeanor. They don’t get much kinder than this.
Excellent dressage scores from 20’s to low 30’s, with a professional and calm demeanor in the arena. Currently competing at Training Level while schooling Preliminary Level.
SOLD Little Kentucky Farm Horses
The Pioneer – SOLD