Number One Case is a 2004, 16h registered Thoroughbred mare looking for a new home. This girl is very stocky and wide, so she’d fill out a rider with longer legs very nicely. She was last raced in 2010 and had a career earning of $28,619 at the track and would be best suited for an advanced rider wanting to do some trail or pleasure riding. She may be suitable for a less experienced rider with further training. She is currently in a new training program and has been improving steadily. Her trainer says she is going quietly at w/t/c under saddle and on the lunge and has recently begun working on trot poles. Her trainer has also been taking her on the trails weekly and says she’s been doing well passing other hikers, bikers, barking dogs, and other groups of horses. Number One Case sustained a torn rectum during foaling, but it has been recently repaired and healed nicely other than making a wind noise when she moves. UTD on Coggins, deworming, EWT, and Rabies. She would most likely benefit from front shoes if put into more consistent work.