Chase Manhattan GMF

Chase Manhattan GMF is a 2004 Indiana bred purebred Polish Arabian stallion. His history is somewhat of a Cinderella story. Chase Manhattan was one of dozens of horses rescued from a farm in southern Indiana in 2011 Their owner passed away suddenly leaving no one to take care of his horses. For months these horses went without food, water and necessary care until they were finally dispersed. Luckily, three of these gorgeous horses ended up in a loving, forever home with the Burton Family at Silhouette Black Arabians in Middletown Indiana. Along with Chase Manhattan, the Burton's farm is also home to Southern Cross GMF (sired by the famous Opus One) and Delaynee GMF who is full sister to Chase Manhattan. 
      Nicknamed "Black" for his striking resemblance to the famous Black Stallion from Walter Farley's children's books, Chase Manhattan loves trail riding, going to parades, and just being a horse. In his youth Chase Manhattan had an impressive halter career winning several weanling classes and 2 senior halter championships as a yearling. In 2011 Chase Manhattan returned to the show ring to win the Arabian stallion breeding championship at the AHA Indiana Pro Am. 


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