Indeed there is something to be said about a tall, dark and handsome gentleman. Today marks 30 days since Prince Neff’s last winning race. As he has been adjusting to his new career away from the track, he has had me in deep thought. Many words come to mind to try to describe him such as, ‘soulful’, ‘wise’, ‘gentlemanly’….and many more.
4 years ago I was in the trainer’s box when through the morning sun, I hear a horse coming up from my right. Everyone around me were chattering and catching up on news, but I didn’t say a word. My eyes were glued on this horse as he floated past.
Since that morning, I’ve followed Prince Neff’s successful career and always made not-so-subtle hints that I was in love and to be the first in line when it was time to put him into a new career.
Prince Neff (barn name Eddie) oozes class, intelligence and quiet confidence. A stable favorite of his trainer, he was well looked after and it shows. For more information go to the HORSES FOR SALE page.
First time out at Training Level in a large division, Louis started off in an excellent position, winning the Dressage with a score of 26. A couple greenie rails on turf and making up for it on a big cross country course designed by John Williams. Lou finished in 4th with a double clear and was AGAIN the Thoroughbred Incentive Program winner for all Training divisions.
New Thoroughbreds will be arriving at the farm. Many of you were on a wait list and missed out on Handsome Jake. But if you contact me now I can assist in what you’re looking to purchase.
Congratulation to Bryant McGee on his purchase of Handsome Jake. We are all thrilled knowing that its not only a perfect match, but that we will continue to see Jake move up the ranks in Eventing and follow his future success. Thank you Bryant for your love of Thoroughbreds and we look forward to seeing you both at the horse trials!
Training away from home is a must-do with youngsters. Today Jake took a field trip to Fox Ridge Farm in Canton, GA. He was a superstar and proved he could handle himself away from home and his stablemates.
We got to play in the arena and take some candid’s along with video working in the round pen. It was a great morning and very productive.
Nature’s first dapple is grey.
Her hardest color to stay.
Her early coat’s a bay, but only so a day.
Then dapple subsides to white, in the morning light.
So dawn goes down to day.
Nothing grey can stay.