We have five new bay geldings available directly from their breeder. She will only sell them if we think it is a good match. They all retired sound from racing and have been on the farm since they left racing.
Here is their breeder’s story:
MY BELOVED GELDINGS
Today I was asked by Elizabeth to give a little story about each of my horses that she will be finding a new home for, however, when I thought about it, and I did for some time, I realized that I could not talk about each of my horses alone, I had to write about them as a part of a family, because you see, that is really what they are, part of our family. I have five very nice, carrot loving, attention loving geldings that are retired race horses that have retired sound, happy and seeking attention. They need a new home so they can try their hand at a new and exciting equine discipline and show just how great they are.
Their names are:
Now, they were all born at either my farm in Tennessee or at a farm in Kentucky to be Kentucky breds, but they all have one thing in common, their daddy is MR. BEASLEY and Mr. Beasley resides at my farm.
Mr. Beasley is a well bred, big, dark, black bay son of Farma Way and about eight years, was the man of the farm. Both the mares and the stallion lived here and loved the quiet, peaceful surroundings that helped them all develop a gentle loving temperament. Around here, once the babies are born we try to find a name for them that will be significant and memorable and each one will have a special meaning. So it is, each of these geldings have a very special name and a special significance and I would like to share that part of them with you now.
I hope this has begun to give you some idea of who these geldings are and where they have come from. I have to say that they have a very quiet existence on the farm. We are away from the noise of the traffic and commotion and we are bordered by a big river that contributes to the serenity. If you met these horses you would have to love them. They give so much love back to you that you can not refuse to give them your time. I hope to see them go to a good home and to do some equine disciplines that will make me proud of them. There is life after racing for the thoroughbred and I know that, my wish is that they find the right person to take them to the next level. Thank you for letting me talk about my very dear friends.