TE Whiskey Ginger - Lovely Lower Eventer (Ginger)
Chestnut Thoroughbred Gelding
Horse ID: 2144586
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Pony Club, Eventing or Nice All Around Gelding
Date Foaled
JAN 2014 (6)
16.0 hh
Other Color or Markings
Star, Stripe 
1=Very Calm...
10=Very Spirited
May Trade
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Jockey Club
Reg. Number
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For Sale
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Horse Skills, Disciplines, Attributes
He's ready to move on to his next loving home. He's a super sweet guy.
Always places in the top 3 at all his horse show outings. Finished 2nd in his first BN at Twin Rivers on his dressage score in the low 20's.

Ginger is very personable. He has a puppy dog personality and nickers at you when you groom, bath or just handle him in general. He's competing at the BN level and schooling Novice. Barn favorite by far. Nickers at you in the Xties. He's Super Super Sweet.

He was retired off the track late winter, sound but slow. Since then he has been in a 4-5 day a week riding program and often ridden by my students in lesson. He is very forgiving of riders mistakes and is a good learner. I have known this horse since he was a 3 year old. He came to our barn for a little mental break from race training. My assistant trail rode him down in the river in a western saddle and hacked him on the flat on her own. His old owner wanted him to grow up a bit before putting him back in race training. He was just as easy at 3 as he is now. Ginger has started jumping in early spring and went to his first schooling show in May. He was also very well behaved off the property and on trail rides. He's good about crossing water & cattle.

I'm looking for a forever home for Ginger. My goal is to give horse's like Ginger a second chance, a career outside of racing and a loving home. The more OTTB's I can help find homes for hopefully the less will go to slaughter. I'm just trying to do my part as a good horse owner and passionate trainer.

Ginger has a full set of X-rays. He is currently shod with front pads due to the different type of footing we ride on and he had soft soles when he came off the track. He does need to wear a cribbing collar. Unfortunately a lot of horses learn to crib while in Race Training. My husband is a vet, so vet care is easy for me. He has no history of colic or tying up. He's a very sweet useful horse. UTD with heath floating, vaccinations and worming. He had a fecal done early spring.

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