He is one of those talented Thoroughbreds whose career was cut short due to injury. Fast Dan was foaled in New Mexico on February 25, 2001, and made all of his six starts in the Land of Enchantment under the capable handling of trainer, Joel H. Marr. His breeders, Dan and Barbara Hardisty had high hopes for this dark brown son of Danzatore but a tendon injury brought his career to a halt. After recovering enough to begin a new career, he moved into the jumping arena. He eventually landed in Arizona under the care of a lovely young lady who called him Houdini because of his adeptness at opening gates with no snaps on them. After 4 years together, soundness became an issue and his owner secured Fast Dan, a/k/a Houdini a retirement spot with us at Equine Encore Foundation.
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