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This guy is beautiful and quite large. He sustained a fractured sesamoid back in july 2019 and his connections have responsibly rehabbed him with the intentions of making sure he can go on to a new career. Very nice horse with a very good disposition. Even after all the time he has spent on stall rest (and still is) he was quite willing, agreeable, and easy to handle. Reminds me of a giant puppy dog! I have been in contact with his supervising vet who has done the rads from the beginning to the last 2 sets taken in October and he was very confident this horse is going to be okay moving forward in a career doing anything (including jumping) luckily this is a vet that treats both racehorses and sporthorses on a regular basis.
If you do not want to take that opinion, it is YOUR responsibility to go to your own vet for their opinion and make your decision based on that.
Rads have been included in the pictures.
He is cleared to start turnout but obviously cannot do that at the track. That being said the video is short bc this horse has been on stall rest since JULY and our main priority is safety.
Pics and video