The Unbreakable Bond November 30, 2023 By: Alexis Arbaugh Morgan’s anticipation grew as she awaited the outcome of her pending adoption application at Thoroughbred Athletes. She had high hopes for […]
American Thunder made 29 starts before retiring with a record of 2-7-2 and $25,590 in earnings. Rhi Rasmussen was competing in the 2019 Thoroughbred Makeover when the TAA-accredited Thoroughbred Athletes resident first caught her eye.
Rebecca Shurrum couldn’t resist stepping in to assist TAA-accredited Thoroughbred Athletes when the organization posted online about four pregnant Thoroughbred mares that needed help.
The son of Native Ruler retired to Thoroughbred Athletes with a record of 5-6-7 and earnings of $86,332. Now, he’s embracing the life of a trail horse with his owner Charles.
A warhorse of 42 starts, Kipper Dan only visited the winner’s circle once but it making moves in the dressage arena thanks to Thoroughbred Athletes.
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.
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.
A career maiden, Bull City Bonus retired to TAA-accredited Thoroughbred Athletes and found an instant connection with an adopter aiming to compete in dressage.