#36 Diamond Cat

2010 16.0 Hand Dark Bay Gelding

By Inamorato out of Diamond For A Buck by Spend A Buck
Bred in Kentucky by James C. Bickett Jr.

 

Racing Career

Auction Price: Not Applicable
Auction: Not Applicable

Last Race or Work: Oct 23, 2017 at Mountaineer Casino Racetrack & Resort
Trained by: Crystal Cain
Starts: 11
Wins: 0
Earnings: $ 2,541

Stakes Results: Not Applicable
Breeder's Cup Participant: No

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Competition Details

Bridle #: 36

Stall(s): Find it! 1438

Discipline(s) Entered: Ranch Work

Ride Times:
Ranch Work
Ride Time: Thu 5:04 PM in the Covered Arena



Trainer & Owner Information

Trainer: Fawn Armstrong, Professional from Kentucky

Trainer Discipline Background: Working Ranch and Competitive Trail

Trainer Website, Blog or Social Media Page: None Provided

Owner: Fawn Armstrong

Non-profit involved in acquisition of this horse: Not Applicable::

Sale Information

HUNK ALERT!

Who doesn't love a strong hip, balanced topline, a nice forward shoulder, attached to a lovely neck, all put together in a 16h seal brown gelding? ! If you raised your hand. here he is..

At 8 years old, Diamond is ready to embark on a serious career. He has a great brain, he's athletic, trainable, and an uncomplicated ride. Diamond has been to a few outings, he traveled well, stood alone at the trailer, and rode around forward and quiet. He has been ridden out alone and in company and seems to stay quite confident.

Diamond has been introduced to multiple trail obstacles: tarps, lope overs, ground poles, stationary roping steer, umbrellas, and flower boxes to name a few. He will work a gate from both sides, drop a rail, and side pass. He will back through anything, and cross water without hesitation.

Diamond has a solid foundation to move forward in any career, whether it be as an Eventer, Fox Hunter, Dressage or Competitive Trail horse.

Diamond turns out alone or in mixed company, respects electric fence, loads and hauls good, stands tied, clips and bathes like a gentleman. He's great for the farrier, vet, and dentist. Diamond has no known vices or performance restrictions. PPE are welcome at buyer's expense.

Did I just describe a Unicorn, nope... He just may be your DIAMOND in the rough!

Diamond will be competing in the Working Ranch Divison, prepared and offered for sale by Fawn Armstrong.

*video coming soon

Additional Information: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yAKYpWRCXk4

Notes on Previous Injuries: No known injuries

Radiographs Available? No

Contact: Fawn Armstrong

Email: Fawnarm83@gmail.com

Phone: 603.391.4896

Price: $4,500.

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