April 2nd, 2019

Hear What Breeders are Saying About IRONICUS’s First Yearlings

“She’s got good bone, is long-legged, has great balance, and a smart head and eye. She’s really intelligent to be around. If you walk all the way around her, it’s hard to fault her. I think she’s going to be special. She has a nice way of going and does everything real easy. Anything new, she acclimates to it right away. She sets herself apart in a positive way. I like her so much that she’s on my screensaver. I think Ironicus has a great chance to be a great sire. He arguably has one of the best pedigrees of all the Distorted Humor sons standing at stud. ” -Cal Johnston, of Ironicus–Parabolique filly

“He’s a nice colt. He is good-sized and correct. He has a lot of leg underneath him with a nice, athletic look to him. He looks like he will have some speed, but will also be able to carry it at a distance. He’s also very easy to work with, is level-headed and takes everything in stride. He goes with the flow and gets along well with the other colts; he’s always out playing and being competitive in the field.'” -Gus Kock, Shawhan Place, of Ironicus–Thundering Emilia colt

“Physically, she’s well-made, correct, very balanced with a lovely head, and she’s intelligent. I’m very happy with her. I imagine we will put her in training and sell her as a 2-year-old. I may be biased because I trained Ironicus and he was such a good horse… but I think he produces nice-looking, solid babies. We’re breeding a mare back to him this year.” -Niall Brennan, of Ironicus–Liquify filly

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