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This is a VERY well bred Dynaformer mare out of Storm Dream (IRE) a G3 winning and G1 placed mare by Catrail (son of Storm Cat). This mare's pedigree is LIVE! Her 1/2 sister by Lemon Drop Kid is now a Multiple Graded Stakes producer in 2018 (G2 and G3 winner) in Australia. This mare has had 6 foals of which 1 is a 2 year old this year by Shanghai Bobby and her first foal was unraced. The other 4 have made $78,000 and up on the racetrack. They are hard knocking runners. The mare was bred to Oxbow, was reported by the vet to be in foal on first cover and was "confirmed" in foal through 60 days, she gained weight like she was in foal (she was getting fed for 2), but when her due date came and went and she never bagged up and she failed to produce a live foal an ultrasound revealed she was empty. So either she aborted the foal without indication (she was caslicked and it was intact until opened by the vet) or the vet assumed what was a pregnancy was a uterine cyst. By the time I got everything sorted out on what had happened, Taylor Made allowed me the opportunity to get her covered late in June by Mshawish and she didn't take on her first cover. Breeding soundness exams are welcome at buyers expense, but honestly if this mare doesn't sell, I am perfectly happy keeping her to breed her on an early cover next year.....after all Dynaformer mares from this caliber of family are coveted. I just have too many mares, a G1 stakes producing mare and the stud fees will be here before we know it so time to liquidate. The mixed sales are about to happen and buying here will keep you from having to get into a bidding war for this caliber of mare! DO NOT let her gap in produce history make you think for one minute that this mare is not capable of getting in foal or carrying a foal - this was human error that caused this! She has since lost the "baby weight as her feed was scaled back since she didn't produce a foal. Between the change in feed and heat, she lost a fair bit of weight but is back to a normal weight since this photo.
NOTE: Her 2016 colt sold for $60,000 as a weanling to show the level of quality she produces!
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