The freshman pacer White Bliss may have garnered all of the attention last fall due to his pure white appearance, but at The Meadows, an unusual trotter has picked up quite a following thanks to her "fancy" look.
Fancy Sierra Star is a rarity in her own right. She is a pinto Standardbred, getting her coloring from her second dam. A daughter ofout of a Lark's Crown mare, the second dam is listed as "breeding not proven" in the official United States Trotting Association log.
Now a member of the Bill and Moira Fahy Stable, Fancy Sierra Star stepped in front of the camera at The Meadows this week in a video produced by Jeff Zidek.
To view the video, follow this link: http://youtu.be/j9MnO1TvtHM
For further information, contact Jeff Zidek, 724-228-3644.
From the Meadows Standardbred Owners Association