Sweet and chocolate brown in color, Bon Bon matches her name perfectly. The 2006 Florida-bred mare was a favorite of the Niall Brennan Stable racehorse training program and they were more than happy to have her back when she retired from racing. Bon Bon raced 62 times, mostly in Florida, and retired with six wins to her name. Upon retirement, she was sent by her trainer to Final Furlong Horse Retirement, the aftercare program set up by Niall Brennan Stable.
Bon Bon had received great flatwork experience in her early training days and continued on the eventing track after retiring from racing. She quickly picked up her new career and did not take long to be adopted. Alice B. has found a great eventing partner, along with a companion for camping trips. She has nothing but great things to say about Bon Bon, stating “She is gentle, kind, brave, and truly loves her new life.”
Final Furlong Horse Retirement is the aftercare program started by Niall Brennan Stable to provide retraining and adoptions for graduates of its racehorse training program. Final Furlong was founded in 2009 and accredited by the TAA in 2014. For more information visit: http://www.niallbrennan.com/ffhr.html.
The Thoroughbred Aftercare Alliance (TAA) is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization who accredits and funds organizations that provide aftercare for Thoroughbreds. For more information on the TAA, visit: http://thoroughbredaftercare.org/.