Heather Wiley helped deliver All Hundreds and with the help of Caribbean Thoroughbred Aftercare, they have reunited and begin a new chapter together.
Our Serengeti ran 11 times, never breaking his maiden. The Oklahoma-bred retired to TAA-accredited Horse & Hound Rescue Foundation with $18,504 in earnings.
The Pennsylvania bred made 14 starts in the maiden claiming ranks at Monmouth Park and Penn National before retiring to New Beginnings.
Two OTTBs who faced challenges before being assisted by MidAtlantic Horse Rescue and Akindale Horse Rescue but are now living the good life.
The son of Northern Afleet only made three starts before retiring to Thoroughbred Athletes and being scooped up by an adopter looking for a show horse.
The striking grey with a king eye immediately captured attention once he was posted on the social media pages of Thoroughbred Athletes.
Pallium Prize racked up more than $114,000 before heading to MidAtlantic Horse Rescue. He caught the eye of an adopter looking for a quiet pleasuring riding horse.
Melissa Barber instantly fell in love with Zesty Zar when she saw the son of Tapizar on the website of TAA-accredited New Vocations.
Carrying the memory of a beloved horsewoman, Fearless Tears was a special adoption for TAA-accredited Thoroughbred Athletes.
The Oklahoma-bred son of Podium only made three starts before retiring. While life on the track wasn’t for Don’t Lecture Me, he’s found his calling through TAA-accredited Thoroughbred Athletes.