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TAA Thoroughbred Spotlight
Onlythewinetalking made his way to TAA-accredited MidAtlantic Horse Rescue as an unraced 5-year-old.
Most recently, they earned sixth place in the MCTA Jenny Camp Horse Trial in the open beginner novice division.
Sunny Aftermoon made eight starts as a 3-year-old, never breaking his maiden. He retired from the track after one season with earnings of $4,820.
Currently, the pair is competing in first level dressage while schooling second level at home.
Meet Sasha’s Image, an Oklahoma-bred filly who survived a deadly tornado in Moore, Oklahoma.
Five months after the devastating storm, the filly made her first start at Remington Park earning just under $3,000 in 8 starts.
Quick Call retired in 1992, having made 86 starts and earning more than $800,000.
Now 35 years old in 2019, he is the oldest of the 650 horses cared for by TAA-accredited Thoroughbred Retirement Foundation.
Devil’s Passion retired from racing at 5 and then retired from his second career as a pony horse at 20. The son of Saucy Token was ready to slow down, but wasn’t ready to stop working as he began his third career at TAA-accredited Brook Hill.
Blackjack N Beers
Blackjack N Beers raced nine times, earning three wins and two additional placings in the maiden ranks. Now, after being adopted through TAA-accredited Southern California Thoroughbred Rescue, he’s a T.I.P. performance award champion and brave trail horse.