OK I now this is an old thread but I like
Dash for Cash:
History: His sire is, Rocket Wrangler (TB/QH), his dam, Find a Buyer (TB)
Here is what is owner said when he was first born:
"There was no question," said Phillips. "When this colt hit the ground, he was so perfectly conformed. Most colts, when they are born, are skinny and gangling and so forth. This colt was, too, of course, but he just had everything conformed right. I felt then that he was going to be a great horse. I went back to the house and told my wife that the best horse ever born on the place had just hit the ground. There was no mistaking him."
And that he was.
A very good picture with his owner. http://hallmarkstables.com/yahoo_sit...184556_std.jpg
Also I like:
OH! I just found out he died September 7, my I just talked to the lady that owned him not to long before that. This horse is my horses Grand Sire.
History: His Sire is, Danzing, and his Dam is, Lady Winborne,
Lost Soldier, sire of 2005 sprint champion Lost in the Fog, died Tuesday at Buck Pond Farm in Versailles, Ky., apparently of a heart attack.
A Danzig horse, Lost Soldier was 20 and was advertised this season with a $5,000 stud fee.
“It looks like he went down for a nap and simply didn’t get back up,” said Doug Arnold, who owns Buck Pond and also owned Lost Soldier. “He didn’t have a mark on him. There were no signs of any struggle.”
A son of Lady Winborne, Lost Soldier was a half-brother to Grade 1 winner and producer La Gueriere, dam of Icon Project ad Lasting Approval, and to Grade 1 winner Al Mamoon, among to
I feel so sad. I really liked that horse. Well at least I have my horse to remind me of him.
My favorite picture of him: http://i43.photobucket.com/albums/e3...erstallion.jpg
Here's him running: http://www.bloodhorse.com/images/con...ishopAC298.jpg