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October 6, 2004

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Secret arrives at his new home in Aiken, SC

Secret arrives at his new home in Aiken, SC to be with mom Marianne Pecoraro.


Secret taught Alex how to ride.

Imagine learning to ride on an off-the-track Thoroughbred - 15 year old Alex did.

It is not such a crazy idea.

Take the time to learn about off-the-track Thoroughbreds - instead of listening to people who really don't know Thoroughbreds.

Experience a Thoroughbred's personality and see how sensitive and loving they are. We welcome your visit to Bits & Bytes Farm to learn the truth about Thoroughbreds.

The mission of Bits & Bytes Farm is train and find loving homes for Thoroughbreds off-the-track.

Secret and Marianne

Secret enjoys a drink of water in his new stall.

Secret loaded and rode quietly to his new home in Aiken, SC. He quickly settled in and had a big drink of water. He later went for a jog with his mom who ran along side.


Welcome to Bits & Bytes Farm


Welcome to Bits & Bytes Farm on the Web. Take a virtual tour of the farm and see the beautiful thoroughbreds we have for sale. Follow their training and learn how we bring them from racetrack to a new career in the show ring, fox hunting or eventing.

Congratulations to Secret's new mom Marianne Pecoraro!

Secret has been sought after by many riders but Marianne Pecoraro of Aiken, SC was the one who won his heart.

Secret and Marianne at his new home in Aiken, SC.
Secret and Marianne at his new home in Aiken, SC.

Secret will be missed around the farm. He was always a safe, fun, dependable ride. He taught Alex how to ride and to gallop. Secret was an unraced three year old when we first saw him at the training track in Lexington, KY. He came to our farm this spring ready to learn and learn he did.

Secret in his new stall in Aiken, SC
Secret settled into his new stall without any reservations or nervousness.

Secret is balanced and quiet and he surprised us all with his jumping ability from the first day. Most horses spend between six months and a year at the farm. Some leave more quickly (but only if there is trainer closely involved to make sure the training is done well) and some stay longer (Elizabeth & Barry do have to have a few special horses to love on).

The mission of Bits & Bytes Farm is train and find loving homes for Thoroughbreds off-the-track. It is always sad to see them go and we hope that ALL buyers of Bits & Bytes Farm will stay in touch and be a part of our extended family. We have the best interest of the horse and the safety of the owner as a primary goal. We know that Marianne is the perfect match for Secret! Thank you Marianne for loving a Thoroughbred and welcome to "Our Family".

Secret finds his new stall.
Marianne leads Secret to his new stall.

Photo of the day . . .

Grayboo & Joe Kelly kisses.

"What a way to start the day."
-- Elizabeth


Call or come by for a visit

Please call us to discuss which horse might be the best match for you based on riding skill, experience and equine personality. We do not send out videos because it is important to match the personality of the horse with the personality of the rider. We are matchmakers, not horse brokers. We have horses in a wide price range. Call us to discuss prices or to schedule an appointment. We'd love to have you come meet all of our horses--we know that it will be worth your time. Just bring peppermints!

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