In his five career starts, all in Southern California, Uluckydevil never placed. The son of Lucky Pulpit’s best finish was a fourth-place run at Los Alamitos Race Course.
Bred by TAA board member Madeline Auerbach, Marsha Naify, Barry Abrams, and Onofrio Pecoraro, the one-eyed chestnut gelding was retired from racing in early 2016 through TAA aftercare partner California Retirement Management Account (CARMA). He then made his way to Northern California to TAA-accredited Square Peg Foundation, a therapeutic riding nonprofit. And he’s settled into his new role just fine.
“He is fantastic! At only 5 years old he is already starting work in the program,” said Square Peg founder Joell Dunlap. “He has the sweetest personality of just about any horse you’ll ever meet.”
Photo courtesy of Square Peg Foundation.