Smokin Racer, 2004 15.3h, dark bay mare

The pretty girl is described by her trainer as a nice quiet horse who’s not Smokin on the track at all this year so it’s time to retire to a new life. She is friendly, well behaved, balanced, and described as sound — an all around very nice horse! Continue reading

Knockout, 2008 16+ h bay ridgling

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This tank of a horse is aptly named! Wow, what a looker this guy is. His breeding is exceptional and his race record reflects a highly respectable number of in-the-money finishes out of 39 starts. He is reported to be … Continue reading

Call Me Sis, 2007, 16.2h Chestnut Mare

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For everyone wanting a horse that is 100% competitive athlete and 100% cuddle friend-you really can have the best of both worlds!  The old warning about “chestnut mares” definitely does not describe this sweet girl.  She stood perfectly for her … Continue reading

Arrhythmic, 2010, 16h Bay Filly

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This regal young girl has the athletic uphill build and clean legs of a very desirable sport horse prospect. Arrhythmic has made it clear to her connections that race track life is not for her.  Her trainer states she is not … Continue reading

All Quiet, 2008 15.3h Dark Bay Mare.

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Looking for Quiet??? Here she is!!  After earning over $60,000 on the track, All Quiet is ready for a new career.    We loved her floaty, balanced trot (and our volunteer who jogged her in slightly heeled boots appreciated her impeccable … Continue reading

Justgivemeasecond, 2007 year old, 16h chestnut mare

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This beautiful girl walked into the sunlight gleaming like a newly minted copper penny! She’s a good winning race horse with an excellent black type pedigree who has earned her retirement to a new career, which with her compact balanced build, sloping shoulder and powerful engine, could be anything from jumping to polo or broodmare. Continue reading

Down to Me, 2009, 16.1h Bay Mare

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This nice looking mare has the build and bone of a warmblood sporthorse instead of a thoroughbred racehorse. Unfortunately for her trainer, she’s started to show that in her training and they’ve decided to retire her sound to move on … Continue reading