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After three starts at Penn National, a handsome bay gelding suffered a slab fracture, thus ending his career on the track.
Shewasnicerthen made 14 starts at Parx before retiring to After the Races at age 3, having earned $43,011 with a record of 1-3-3.
True Simon only ran four times. A life on the racetrack wasn’t meant for him, as he never broke his maiden, but he retired to TAA-accredited Secretariat Center to start anew.
Blind in his right eye since birth, Pollard’s Vision was named after Seabiscuit jockey Red Pollard. Old Friends welcomed new retiree Pollard’s Vision mid-March 2020.
The unraced son of Temple City has made quite a name for himself by consistently placing in the ribbons in a variety of disciplines.
Arch Daddy made eight starts as a 4-year-old before retiring with a record of 2-0-0 and earnings just under $64,000. The half brother to multiple grade 1 winner Lord Nelson retired to TAA-accredited Final Furlong.
The Mike Maker trainee earned just more than $383,000 and won the 2017 West Virginia House of Delegates Speaker’s Cup Stakes, but now his strong work ethic is proving useful in the jumper arena.
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.