$8,500 Negotiable Within Reason
2016 Thoroughbred Mare
By Jump Start out of Stars Tizzy Fit (Tiznow)
Retired 100% soundOne owner her entire career, so no unknowns.
I cannot say enough positive things about Izzy. She is probably one the best minded horses I’ve ever started. When being started she trained on the farm, and hauled off site regularly with no issues. I exposed her to trail obstacles, small jumps, and she even taught green track riders how to gallop racehorses. She was ponying other racehorses as a two year old, and her demeanor was always all class. I trained her into her first race but then had to take some time away from the track. When I took a step away from the track, Izzy continued to race under my colors with a trusted friend and track trainer. But despite our big hopes for her as a racehorse, as it turns out racing just wasn’t her cup of tea. She never had any injuries, just never really wanted to run.
She last raced on 11/10/2020, and came home a week later. The day she returned she got off the trailer, I pulled her back shoes and I hopped on her within a few hours of her being home. She packed me around the round pen as if she never left the farm. Three days later we were back on the trail and she was an angle. The following weekend, two weeks after her last race, she packed my dead beginner girlfriend on a mountain trail ride walk trot while I rode a long yearling colt on his 5th ride…. so to say I trust her is an understatement.
She will lead on the trail, be patient behind other horses, cross water, and bridges. She is safe in traffic, and stands tied to the trailer.
After much needed downtime this winter, Izzy began her “restarting” in early March. Her flat schooling improves with every ride, and she has been started over small jumps. Both under saddle and free jumping she is willing and has scope. She goes English or western, has begun schooling obstacles, and we have even dabbled in some liberty work. Eager, good minded, and willing; Izzy is ready to be finished in any direction. Taking on a horse like Izzy from off the track is almost cheating. She would make a great RRP prospect, and would excel in any discipline.