My name is Marci Bemis, and I have a great story for you about “Craig”, aka Saint to the Bank. Craig was trained to be a track horse. At some […]
From Tails & Trails, a Sidelines Blog About Rescue Organizations: So You Want To Own An Ex-Racehorse? September 24, 2012 By: Lisa Molloy Category: General Lisa Molloy – ReRun Inc/Akindale Thoroughbred Rescue […]
From The Paulick Report: Some Thoroughbreds’ careers take them around the world and back, but for Max Attack, he’s always been a Kentucky boy through and through. After his […]
If you have a story and photos to share about an OTTB, particularly in Texas, please send them to me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Practical Horseman Magazine reprrinted a 40 year old interview with US Show Jumping Team coach Bertalan De Nemethy in its January issue. In response to a question about the qualities that […]
Ihearucallingme is a 2008 colt bred and raced by Dr. Nat Kieffer, former professor of genetics at Texas A&M. He is a son of Higher Calling out of the Devious Course […]
Many thanks to Ken Carson and Valor Farm for their recent donations to The Paddock Foundation in memory of Ralph Arnold and Robert A. Gentry.
HolystoneA son of the great Man O’ War, Holystone failed to be a champion on the racetrack. When he retired after earning only $850 he became a show jumper. He […]
Note: This is a great story from Esther Marr at Blood-Horse about a talented OTTB. Anyone in Texas have an artist in the barn? Today I bring you the […]
Jockey Rosie Napravnik riding her OTTB “Sugar” In 2012, Rosie Napravnik became the first female jockey to win the Kentucky Oaks. How wonderful to see a top jockey aboard an […]