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LOT 302: Gambling In The Dark is available on Professional Horse Services 2022 December Internet Auction
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Gambling in The Dark, aka ""Gambler,"" by Mightty Mouse out of Ncsuhpnotiqnthedark (Time For Chocolate out of a Dynamic In the Dark mare). f
Mightty Mouse is an ABRA Congress & World Champion, Multiple Futurity Champion and was undefeated as a Yearling & Two Year Old. Mightty Mouse is sired by the legendary RL BEST OF SUDDEN and out of THE MOUSE IS TALKIN (Sweet Talkin Chip). The THE MOUSE IS TALKIN was a Reserve Congress Champion earning over $50,000 and 455 points.
""Gambler"" is a 2021 in your pocket, athletic, and good minded gelding who is a quick learner. He has shown potential to excel in western pleasure and all-around events. He has been taught to load quietly on and off of a horse trailer, work in hand around obstacle courses, lunge, has been saddled, stands tied, clips and baths, etc. He has been nominated to the NSBA Breeders Championship Futurity.
This gelding was born and raised as part of North Carolina State University's Animal Science program. ""Gambler"" has been used for teaching a variety of undergraduate students with varying horse skills in the Animal Science program. In December 2022 ""Gambler"" will successfully graduate from the NCSU Animal Science Growing and Performance Laboratory where he has been routinely haltered and handled for leading, grooming, veterinary and farrier procedures. He has been consistently exposed to novel sights and sounds including state fair traffic, fireworks and large groups of students. All handling has been done under the supervision of equine professionals.
""Gambler"" is microchipped and up to date on all preventative care (vaccines, hoof trimming, Coggins, deworming). A copy of his health records will accompany him.
Funds from the sale of NCSU horses help to provide equine educational opportunities for students at the university.