Chief’s Victory is a 2016, bright bay gelding who stands at 16’3+ hands high at just four. ‘Chief’ will definitely finish out over 17 hands. As big as he is we are lucky that he is very well behaved for the blacksmith and he is willing to do anything you ask him to do. He cross-ties, single-ties, loads on a step up, and a ramp trailer. He will eat just about anything and everything you eat. One of his favorite foods is watermelon and jellybeans. He is such a cool guy.
SEPTEMBER 25, 2020: Congratulations to Matt Barnett of Colorado Springs, Colorado on the purchase of Chief’s Victory!
‘Chief’ loves his baths. He has an old bucked shin on his left front that does not bother him. She has breezed him a couple of times to see how fast he is and he just doesn’t seem to want to be a racehorse. He is showing no speed, talent, or desire to run.
He is currently unraced. He is very laid back and easy to ride. He will even stand at the mounting block for you to get on. Most racehorses are walking off as the rider is thrown on.
‘Chief’ loves hugs and kisses and will sniff you like a dog. He is a very gorgeous horse with tons of potential. Please be aware he is not conformationally correct therefor we think high-level eventing may compromise his joints. This horse could do western pleasure, hunters, dressage, or even competitive trail. He really loves to train and loves to be brushed and bathed. This is a people horse. So, if you are in the market for a buddy to have fun with, and you don’t want to compete at high levels, this could be a match for you.
Please call for pricing. The price can go up or down depending on the owner. We always check with the owner when someone is a serious buyer. Many times the price goes down to a really good home. We do not own these horses so we cannot control the pricing. We will not sell a horse to just anyone with the money. We carefully select the horses we sell and we work hard to make a perfect match. If you don’t call, we cannot help you. We are not a rescue and our horses are not ‘rescue priced’. Most horses are between $2500 and $4500 – some higher and some lower. Call and we can talk more about our horses and let us help you find the perfect match. We take the gamble out of getting a Thoroughbred off-the-track. Learn more about how our Track Prospect Horses are priced on the main Bits & Bytes Farm website.
I look forward to speaking with you. Please call 770-704-6595 between 9am and 9pm. East Coast Time – Elizabeth Wood