“He may or he may not be here tomorrow. If he is, then he is meant to be your horse. If he is not, there will be a better horse for you. ”
Life is full of twists and turns. Here is a story about two Thoroughbred horses sold from the race track to two young women in two different years.
SOLD! Congratulations to Chuck Dixon of Bangor, Maine on the purchase of Muchu! Sometimes you have got to act fast to get a horse from our Web site. Muchu was listed on our Facebook fan page and she was sold the same day. Be sure to Like our Facebook page to find out first about new Thoroughbred horses for sale from Bits & Bytes Farm.
Saturday and Sunday morning and Saturday late afternoon Bits & Bytes Farm will be hosting a dressage clinic with Evie Stephens. The ride time slots are all filled with the Thoroughbreds of Bits & Bytes Farm but we welcome auditors. If you have wondered about our farm and would like to see the horses of the Web site taking a dressage lesson, please stop in. We will have food and drinks and shade from the summer sun. We would love to meet you.
Read more about Evie in her own words.
Power Master is our newest Thoroughbred horse for sale. He is a 2008, bay Thoroughbred gelding who is already almost 17 hands! He is for sale from his breeder who is cutting back on the number of horses she is racing. This horse should go to a serious competitor. It is not often we get a horse that is young and unraced. He has looks, brains and the movement to do very well as a dressage or eventing prospect. Pass the word on to the eventing world. This is the young prospect you have been waiting for!
“Destin” – 2007 chestnut Thoroughbred colt for sale”Destin” is a 2007, 16.1+ hand COLT. He floats across the ground effortlessly. This horse would make a great 3-day event horse. His sire is Point Given who was the 2001 Eclipse Champion and 3 YO Colt & Horse of the Year. He was a massive chestnut colt. Point Given was the only horse in history to have won four 1 million dollar races in a row: the Preakness, the Belmont, the Haskell Invitational and the Travers. This colt is his son — but he can’t run. “Destin” has been a non-winner in nine races so it is time to find him a new career. Could he be your next eventing horse? Read more . . .
Popular Five is what EVERYONE asks for. I can’t call everyone looking for a big, sound, young, bay gelding (unraced) that is sound enough for a competitive career. I suggest you call your friends who watch our site looking for this horse. He will sell quickly! Get the word out now. – Elizabeth