Miner's Lamp was a graded stakes winner who won 5 races as a 3 year old over 8-9
furlongs. He was a very strong, muscular, deep bodied, and powerful horse—square
and compact with a big walk. His knees and hocks were well let down, with short
cannons and plenty of bone. He retired sound after a successful career.

His progeny are very robust and athletic and are proving to be tough, sound, and
easy to train. They include proven jumpers and have the attitude and temperament
to produce the goods—qualities synonymous with National Hunt breeding in England.

In 2004 he was the sire of the winner of the Four Year Old Hunter Championship at
that National Hunter Show in England.

An excellent opportunity to breed to a proven Thoroughbred stallion at a good price.
Miner's Lamp
16.0 hh, Brown TB stallion, 1977 (deceased), 9" bone