Friday, July 12, 2019

Retired Thoroughbred Racehorse for Adoption - Three Wood

Three Wood is a handsome 13 year old, 15.3hh Thoroughbred gelding who is ready for a new career through the New Stride Thoroughbred Adoption Society. Woody is currently located in Langley, British Columbia with the adoption fee of $750.

Woody is a level-headed sensible fellow and appears to be an excellent all-around type. He is a comfortable ride in all three gaits, and has some good basic training (stops, turns, moves off leg well, picks up canter in both directions etc.). Woody is also easy to handle around the barn, stands quietly for grooming and tacking. He also enjoys hacking around the farm with a friend!

To learn more about Woody, check out his page here: Three Wood

Three Wood thoroughbred horse adoption BC through New Stride

Wednesday, July 10, 2019

Retired Thoroughbred Racehorse for Adoption - Springmoor

Springmoor is a gorgeous 4 year old, 15.2hh Thoroughbred retired racehorse mare who is ready for a new career through the After The Races adoption program. Springmoor is currently located in Elkton, Maryland with the adoption fee of $750.

Springmoor was retired after only one start due to a bowed tendon during a work out back in September of 2018. She has now completed rehabilitation and is ready to start back under saddle. During her down time, Springmoor was on loan to Rutgers University where she taught students proper handling and husbandry in a horsemanship class. Needless to say, she is well handled and now ready to continue her training.

To learn more about this beautiful mare, check out his page here: Springmoor

Springmoor retired racehorse ready for adoption through After The Races in Maryland

Tuesday, July 09, 2019

Retired Standardbred Racehorse for Adoption - Stonebridge Lyric

Stonebridge Lyric is a handsome 12 year old, 17hh Standardbred gelding who is ready for a new career through the New Vocations Racehorse Adoption Program. He is currently located in Laurelville, OH with the adoption fee of $500.

Stonebridge Lyric had 230 starts, with 52 wins while on the track - he has been to many tracks across the US and Canada, making him a seasoned traveler. Although a pacer on the track, he prefers to trot under saddle. Stonebridge Lyric has a super personality and loves to greet everybody as they pass by in the barn, he also has impeccable driving manners and would make somebody a fantastic pleasure driving buddy!

Check out his page on the New Vocations website here:
Stonebridge Lyric

Stonebridge Lyric Standardbred retired racehorse for horse adoption in Ohio through the New Vocations racehorse adoption program

Monday, June 24, 2019

Retired Thoroughbred Racehorse for Adoption - Quixotical - Adopted!

This horse has been adopted!

Quixotical is a gorgeous 4 year old, 15hh Thoroughbred mare who is ready for a new career through the LongRun Thoroughbred Retirement Society. Star is currently located in Toronto, Ontario area.

Star is a sweet mare that just didn't cut it at the track. She has just begun re-training under saddle and is an absolute superstar in every way. With more training she'll make an excellent children's Hunter!

To learn more about Star, check out his page here: Quixotical

Quixotical retired racehorse for adoption through LongRun Thoroughbred Retirement Society in Toronto

Tuesday, June 18, 2019

What Your Newly Adopted Racehorse Wants You to Know!

Bay Thoroughbred Racehorse Racehorse Adoption Article
What Your Newly Adopted Racehorse Wants You to Know! (As Told By Your Retired Racehorse)
By Lisa Molloy of the ReRun Thoroughbred Adoption Program (originally published in 2012)

I have been shod and pampered my entire life. I've walked on manicured pastures and lawns, imported euro footing that costs more than my trainers house and rubber brick aisles. Pulling my shoes off can leave me looking like I've had a run in with Tonya Harding and her cohorts - crippled! The only rocks I've ever seen before are the ones that were on my donor's wife's hand. If you wish to pull my shoes off, please think ahead - ask the farrier not to trim me so short the first few times and leave plenty of toe, try to plan on doing it when the ground is soft and most importantly, for the first few weeks please treat my feet to a twice daily brushing of Venice turpentine. It's cheap, it's easy and it will leave me with soles like titanium - well almost!