Success Stories

No Saint Sister
No Saint Sister

Bred by Don G. Trett, No Saint Sister was born in 2015. After 22 starts, the daughter of National Saint was decidedly not destined for success as a racehorse. No Saint Sister retired in 2019 with a record of 3-0-2 and earnings of $36,153. While she did not have much luck on the track, No […]

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Rowdy Runner
Rowdy Runner

On May 6, 1992 Rowdy Runner ran his last race and began his second career as a track pony – Rowdy’s temperament was perfect for the position and would help him greatly during the next twenty years as he led the next multiple generations of racehorses to their starting position.

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K C Against World
K C Against World

It was the spring of 2016 when K C Against World began his journey in the heart of the bluegrass. Bred by Kentucky-based Sun Valley Farm, the son of Verrazano was born on March 14 out of Tamdiid. Later that year, K C Against World sold as a weanling at the Keeneland November sale for […]

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Be In Charge
Be In Charge

Meet Be In Charge— a young, promising Thoroughbred with champion bloodlines that concluded the racing chapter of his story earlier than anticipated.

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One Nice Rae
One Nice Rae

One Nice Rae ran just six times at Parx Racing for owner Valley Forge Stables before retiring with a record of 1-0-0 and earnings of $23,060

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Totalitario
Totalitario

The homebred son of Super Saver, Totalitario made his racing debut as a three-year-old at Finger Lakes Racetrack for Dr. Rafael Lopez, under trainer Rafael Rohena. After breaking his maiden at Laurel Park as a four-year-old, the Kentucky-bred was claimed by Erin McElwee, the Maryland Jockey Club director of facilities. “I took a job for […]

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Dr. Hipp
Dr. Hipp

Dr. Hipp was thoughtfully retired by his connections to TAA-accredited Hope After Racing Thoroughbreds. The Iowa-based organization spent two months rehabbing Dr. Hipp before he was cleared to begin retraining for a second career.

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Ide B a Classic
Ide B a Classic

Ohio native Dr. Ashlie Henricks grew up showing on the A circuit in the hunter ring but put her successful show career aside to attend vet school at Ohio State and start a family. After accomplishing such major milestones, Henricks was ready to take on another exciting challenge. “I was introduced to the OTTB world […]

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Kid Blast
Kid Blast

Upon retirement from racing, “Kid”, as he is affectionately known, became a track pony at NYRA, his friendly and easy-going personality making him a good candidate for assisting racehorses on the track.

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Crazed
Crazed

Bred in Maryland and campaigned on the east coast, Crazed retired from racing sound and ready for a second career.

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