Pulpit, the leading sire of not only Tapit, but Pyro, Ice Box, Corinthian and Sky Mesa, just to name a few. He has stamped himself not just a top classic sire but a sire of sires, which bodes well for this horse as he still possesses the family jewels. If he runs to his looks those Jewels could be very valuable and will make for a fabulous return on an astute equine investment.
And he is already training like he can run. Already showing signs of precocity and verbosity, the boys down at Ocala Stud called me the other day to tell me some good news: they said we might have another nice one. They let this Pulpit colt open it up down the lane, he put his head down and reached out and covered ground like a gazelle. Already his head is in the right place as he has that focused look on his face and his eagle eye is trained on the wire at the end of the stretch. That sounded very good to me. It should sound very good to you because sometimes it can take forever for a young horse to develop this kind of focus at such a young age, and usually the ones who have it young were born to run.
He will be shipping up to Bill Mott's barn in early may at the Oklahoma Training Track in Saratoga Springs, NY. Contact us to make an appointment to go over and take a look at a simply elegant specimen, a horse that exudes class just standing still!
Don't wait, get involved with this spectacular animal today!