Strike N Win made all 90 of his starts in Puerto Rico, mostly in the claiming ranks. The Illinois-bred son of Tenpins retired with 10 wins and $72,854 in earnings. Then he came to Caribbean Thoroughbred Aftercare.
Odlum was a true warhorse, making the majority of his 62 starts in eight seasons in the claiming ranks. The Florida-bred son of Concerto racked up more than $150,000 in earnings before retiring to MidAtlantic Horse Rescue.
Shanes Gold retired from racing after 52 starts with a record of 9-9-5 and earnings of nearly $143,000. The warhorse made his way to TAA-accredited Remember Me Rescue where he made an instant connection with adopter Alexandra Lucas.
After 43 starts, Sawdust retired to TAA-accredited MidAtlantic Horse Rescue with a record of 6-7-8 and earnings of nearly $95,000. Upon being shown to Al Gillen’s daughters, Sawdust instantly stole the show.