As previously mentioned, Scottie was bred after she was abandoned in an effort by the barn's owners to "recoup" some of the cost of "maintaining" Scottie (owners previous to the people I bought her from). She was not yet 4 when she gave birth to her colt "Grand Assembly." I am personally not a fan of breeding a horse so young, but I know it is common practice among all breeds/disciplines, not just racing. But, horse breeding is not my forte, nor do I want it to be, and regardless, Scottie had a baby at 3 years old (almost 4).
Grand Assembly (known as Junior) had to be bottle fed because Scottie didn't have any milk.
Scottie's last owner sent me the photos, and I believe they still own
the colt. He looks just like his momma and has some LONG legs. I will
have to keep my eye out to see when he starts racing.
In other news, Scottie has a half brother (out of the same dam) that is still racing named "Stewie Little". Apparently he is pretty accomplished and shows a lot of potential.
Scottie's pedigree includes some big names including:
Both Danzig and Alydar are known to produce good sporthorses. I'm still trying to research her sire's offspring potential.