Weekly OTTB Wishlist from Cosequin: Three Flashy Fillies

If you’re looking for a horse with some personality and spunk, a flashy little filly is nearly guaranteed to have just that! Somehow, these horses tend to know they’re the real deal, and yes, they expect to be treated as such. Get one on your side, however, and you’ll have a friend and partner for life. Roll out the red carpet and get ready to bring one of these stunning OTTB fillies home:

Orange Sorbet. Photo via CANTER Delaware.

Orange Sorbet (GOLDEN MISSILE – CHILL IN THE AIR, BY WESTERN EXPRESSION): 2014 16.2-hand Pennsylvania-bred filly

Who needs a sweet summer treat? This flashy chestnut with chrome is a clean slate with no starts, so you can make her your own! Her connections say that she is just not taking to race training and think she’ll be better off in a different career right from the get-go. With some more groceries and a little more time to grow and fill out, she’ll be quite a looker. She has an A.P. Indy sire line, so there’s sure to be some athleticism in this girl!

View Orange Sorbet n CANTER Delaware.

Eura Flashy Diva. Photo via CANTER PA.

Eura Flashy Diva (EUROSILVER – DESTINY BECKONS, BY FOREST CAMP): 2014 16.0-hand Pennsylvania-bred filly

Raise your hand if you turn into the heart-eyed emoji when you take a look at this good-looking filly! Eura Flashy Diva is aptly named — she has the striking good looks and a touch of the diva personality to go along with it. “Diva” is a homebred and her owner/trainer will gladly give her buyer her complete history as well as a rundown of all her relatives who have gone on to successful careers as sporthorses. Diva has just 12 starts and was never terribly competitive, so she’s retiring from the track with minimal wear and tear and no known soundness issues or vices.

View Eura Flashy Diva on CANTER PA.

Card Doll. Photo via Finger Lakes Finest Thoroughbreds Inc.

Card Doll (TIZWAY – SHUFFLE THE DECK, BY HIGH YIELD): 2015 16.1-hand New York-bred filly

In Card Doll’s six career starts on the track she has been completely unsuccessful, but the racing world’s loss is the sport horse world’s gain! Card Doll’s assistant trainer/ exercise rider says this filly has no vices and is nice to ride and easy to work with. She’s reported to be sound and has very clean legs. The assistant trainer also said that she was a little body sore after her last race, but she’s still growing and is already much better after some down time on the farm away from the track. Her balanced build and attractive pedigree make her a nice sport prospect!

View Card Doll on Finger Lakes Finest Thoroughbreds Inc.

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