Loyal Legacy

Glenbaer Farm proudly presents "Loyal Legacy," a 2004 Thoroughbred gelding by Loyal Pal, out of Lynjetter. Lego's impressive pedigree, sensible personality, lovely conformation, stylish movement and brilliance give much promise for his future success.

Lego is adored by dressage judges for his balance and style, and his comfortable handiness allows him to be a phenomenal cross-country ride. Lego is schooling all 2nd-3rd level dressage movements, and will pack around a 3' course. He is comfortable alone or with a group, and is excellent with hounds. He is completely sound, with clean legs and great hooves.
Lego is currently offered for sale due to no fault of his own. He will do best as a staff or first-flight horse for hunting, or as a low-level packer for eventing or dressage. He is a perfect man's horse, and will also do quite well with an intermediate young rider. He can be tried at JMP Farm in Southern Pines, NC. Please inquire for price.

Top three pictures: Legacy at his first recognized event, 3/12/11, S.Pines HT 1, Novice. Incredible first outing! Pictures courtesy of Brant Gamma.
Bottom three pictures: Legacy growing up.

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From left: Legacy's first time in the field at "hunt school." Going for a hack. First dressage show (receiving 8s and 9s!).

Pedigree Information

Sire: Loyal Pal

Loyal Pal was a 16.1 hand, grey Irish Thoroughbred Stallion. He was the son of Caro (Ire), champion and leading sire of 76 stakes winners and 15 champions. They include the Kentucky Derby winner Winning Colors; the 1996 North American Leading Sire, Cozzene; a Canadian Horse of the Year, With Approval; a Champion older male in France, Carwhite; a Champion older male in Italy, Canango, etc. Caro also sired the U.S. Grand Prix show jumpers, Tashiling (Team bronze medalist at the Pan American Games), and Ping Pong (winner of $100,000 Southampton Classic, World Cup competitor, etc).

Winner of $547,078., Loyal Pal won or placed in 20 stakes (four of them graded). He started 124 times at 18 different race tracks from age 2 to 8, accumulating 22 wins, 26 seconds, and 23 thirds. He won from 6 furlongs to 1 1/16 miles under all kinds of conditions. The famous Bloodstock authority, Jack Werk, said of Loyal Pal, "Soundness is something sorely lacking in the Thoroughbred of North America today. Loyal Pal was about as sound as they come."

Dam: Lynjetter
Loyal Legacy is out of Lynjetter, a Thoroughbred mare who is descended from many top Thoroughbred sires. These bloodlines include the grandsire of Loyal Legacy, Hawaii, who sired Molokai, silver medal winner at the 1988 World Equestrian Games. Also included is Hail to Reason, the grandsire of Sassy Reason, one of only two American horses to have won Burghley; the grandsire of The Oxford Don, second at Rolex and eighth at Burghley; and the grandsire of Epic Win, winner of Bromont CCI**.

Loyal Legacy is also related to Never Bend, the grandsire of two team horses on the gold medal team at the Atlanta Games in 1996: Sunburst and True Blue Girdwood. Loyal Legacy is also one of a minority of living Thoroughbreds that have descended from the racing superstar, Seabiscuit.
Lynjetter's offspring have repeatedly developed into top performance horses. Among these include Just Lyndi, an Intermediate level event winner; Jetting West, a Preliminary level event winner; and Ice Wine, an up-and-coming eventer ridden by Bobby Stevenson.

Just Lyndi with Erin Contino; Jetting West with Denny Emerson

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