We now have two unraced young Thoroughbred horses for sale on our Web site. We work closely with breeders, owners and trainers who care about what happens to their horses after racing or if they don’t have the talent to make to the races. Not every horse is cut out and competitive enough to race …
“Morgan” is our newest Thoroughbred Horse For Sale. He is a 2009, 16.2 hand chestnut gelding who is recovering from an injury. He could go back to racing. We would prefer to place him into a home that is less stressful than racing – a dressage or pleasure career will keep him safe and sound. He is only three and we expect that he will finish growing at about 17 hands!
“Palace” is a 2008, 15.2 hh gelding who has only run three times. He has a small sesamoid fracture that happened on 6-25-11. It has already been re-x-rayed and it is healing well. He has been on stall rest and is getting ready to be turned out for three more months. All x-rays and info will go with him. He is a super athletic horse with big movement for his size. This is your chance to get a really nice horse for almost nothing but only if you can provide stall rest and then limited turn out so that he can have a full recovery. He needs a home ASAP.
I got this last chance call for a horse named Mike’s Kong. Can anyone help? He is in eastern Pennsylvania. We don’t usually do rescues but I hate to hear these kind of stories. He is a colt so maybe someone would want him for a breeding program. We cannot save them all but let’s try to save this one for my friends. More information . . .
UPDATE: Mike’s Kong is safe. He is going to a farm that breeds Quarter Horses. Thank you to all who offered to help this horse.
We start 2010 with four new Thoroughbred horses for sale. We have a gray, a big horse, a bay filly with chrome and an older gelding who is ready to retire. Horses are selling fast so call today if you see a horse that catches your eye.