Name: Crystal
Barn Name: "Crystal"
Breed: Thoroughbred
Age: 6
Color: Grey
Hieght: 16.2hh
Jockey Club #: none currently
Training: Broodmare
Racing Level: Grade 1
Titles: Extreme Horse(EH),HOTY,Ch2F,Ch3F
Previous Owner: Amanda[buybacks]

Crystal is one of the most amazing ex-racehorses in the Myrtlewood broodmare band right now. Myrtlewood purchased this stunning dappled grey mare from Amanda, who wanted more than anything to give her star to the right stable. Crystal is treated like royalty here, and our plans are to breed her to the finest thoroughbred stallions available before she is to be pensioned at age 25 or sooner. Pedigree wise, Crystal has every right to be a champion. Her sire Skip Trial earned $1,837,451 in his racing career and won three grade one races. As a sire though, he produced Horse of the Year and champion Skip Away, Crystal's half brother. Messina, Crystal's dam, was unplaced in two starts as a juvenile but has in illustrous family of her own. Crystal's broodmare sire, Sadler's Wells earned $663,423 as well as winning the 1000 Guineas. However, as a sire, Sadler's Wells is one of the best to ever stand on the European soil. He has been Europe's leading sire from 1992-2005. Messina's dam, Magic of Life,a $254,841 earner, won the Group 1 Coronation Stakes in England over the top 3yo fillies in Europe.

As a racehorse in the old SIM horse games Equine Jubilee and Final Furlong, Crystal is simply phenomenal. She earned a $3,564,500 and won 24 of her 45 starts as well as titles in Equine Jubilee such as: Champion 2yo Filly,Champion 2yo of any gender,Champion 3yo Filly, Champion 3yo of any gender,and winner of the Fidary Triple Crown. Durable and tough as iron, Crystal won at the distances of 5 furlongs, to 10 furlongs over the dirt and turf. Crystal also has the honor of being Myrtlewood's second Kentucky Derby winner on the premises, a race she won as a 3yo in Equine Jubilee. As soon as Crystal stepped out of the trailer onto the Myrtlewood grounds, she looked fit enough to race or be the perfect candidate for a meticulous painting. Her coat is a glossy silvery grey and she stands a lean 16.2hh. Around the barn she can be very spunky, thanks to her recent retirement as a racehorse, however we see that spunk as showing what a great racehorse she once was-because she has an unbelievable amount of heart.


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