Win is our adorable little energizer bunny! He is forward moving and forward thinking with a good work ethic acquired from his 8 seasons of racing, and week by week he is easing into working at a slower, more balanced pace. Win is athletic and bright, always looking to what is happening next, it just might take him a bit longer to transition into a slower lifestyle. As told to us by his racing owner, Win loved opening the stall snap to let himself and the other horses out to freedom! Ah, the busy mind of a Thoroughbred! These days he enjoys playing with his buddies in turnout, but is also content to nap in his stall. His petite stature and quick mind are great attributes of an endurance, polo, or low-level eventing or jumping partner.
Natural curiosity has Win seeking attention from everyone, and his big, inquisitive eyes are a wonderful greeting in the barn. He is happy to hack all around the farm exploring what’s next down each path he takes, so he might really enjoy trail riding as part of his second career. He retired from racing sound with no apparent injuries, and has no vices. He has proven to be a durable horse suitable for any discipline with an upper-intermediate level rider.
Winning Worth has impressive racing lineage, having won 6-figures himself, there are also several Multiple Graded Stakes Winners and big money earners in the family. His sire, Gold Market is out of Bright Candles who sold for $675K as a yearling and earned $405K in 34 starts. His grand-sire, Seeking the Gold placed in 14 of 15 starts, earning $2.3 million, and is by Mr. Prospector, out of a Buckpasser mare. Winning Worth’s dam is by Pembroke who is by Gone West who was a $1.9 million yearling. Win’s granddam is by Lord At War, earner of $777K in 17 starts.
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