Adopted Horses

Throw the Fade

ADOPTED...Thank You!

Throw the Fade is a 2015, 15.2h+ barn favorite. This cool guy just had surgery to remove a chip from his knee and should be good to go in a few months. Get more information from After the Races. (Posted August 2020)

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Hey Mabel

ADOPTED...Thank You!

Hey Mabel is big, sweet and sound...and won't be available long because she is the whole package. Standing about 16.1h this 6 year old is retiring because she is no longer interested in racing. Hurry up and contact After the Races if you're interested because as you can see, she's going to be in demand. (Posted July 2020)

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Ducky

ADOPTED...Thank You!

Ducky is as cute as her name! You couldn't ask for a better, all around filly. She is 4 years old, about 15.3h and sweet and quiet. This lady is retiring sound because she was not competitive enough as a racehorse. The trainer's family wanted to keep her as a pony horse but unfortunately weren't in a position to be able to do so. Their loss is your gain! Give this lady a great homeland she'll give you great partnership! Meet her at After the Races. (Posted July 2020)

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Midnight Cry

ADOPTED...Thank You!

Midnight Cry is a classy gentleman. Standing a good 16.3h, this quiet fella unfortunately has come chips and arthritis in his knees. We had a well-known surgeon look at the x-rays and she said surgery would not help but a little time off would. Because of his knee issues, he will not be suitable for jumping, but would make an excellent trail horse. Keep Midnight Cry on your radar and contact After the Races for more information. (Posted July 2020)

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Tapping My Heart

ADOPTED...Thank you!

Tapping My Heart will certainly steal your heart! She's a 15.3h, 2017 filly that is retiring sound because she just wasn't fast enough to be a racehorse. We think the lady will be perfect in almost any discipline outside of racing! Meet the beauty at MidAtlantic Horse Rescue and see for yourself. (Posted July 2020)

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Elysium

ADOPTED...Thank You!

Elysium has been through the ringer physically but she is one tough, kind lady. This solidly built, 15.2h+ girl had surgery to fix a slab fracture and also has arthritis. When she was finally finished stall rest the other day and able to be turned out in a very small paddock, she promptly escaped and climbed a mountain of millings. There is a picture of her looking majestic up there surveying the landscape to prove it. We are not sure of her prognosis for riding at this time. We are hoping someone will fall in love with her and her lust for life and give her a home as a companion pasture ornament. Contact MidAtlantic Horse Rescue for more information. (Posted June 2020)

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Top That

ADOPTED...Thank You!

Top That is a 15.2h chestnut filly. Don't let the old wives tale about chestnut mares keep you from a great horse! She is only 3 years old and has had some time off for inflammation in her right knee. She is just about ready to roll and should have no hard limitations. She will be part of After the Races' Chestnut Mare Initiative program. Contact them for more information about this unraced filly. (Posted May 2020)

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Flip

ADOPTED...Thank You!

Flip is a 2016 gelding by Dubai World Cup, Breeders Cup Classic and Preakness winner Curlin. Standing at least 16.1h, this level-headed gent has some old chips and arthritis in his knee. Well known surgeon Dr. Patty Hogan agreed with the track vet that taking the chips out would not change anything for him. He will be somewhat limited due to his knee issues but he will be fine as a lower level mount. Meet him in person at New Vocations in PA. (Posted May 2020)

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Tiz Included

ADOPTED...Thank You!

Tiz Included is a 15.3h pretty filly that is retiring sound. What more could you want...oh, a classy roman nose you say? She has that too! Perfect size, sound and sweet! Meet this lady who is all that and a bag of chips at MidAtlantic Horse Rescue! (Posted May 2020)

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Buddha Kai

ADOPTED...Thank You!

Buddha Kai is going to go fast! standing a good 16.3h, this 2015 mare that is retiring sound. We won't waste time typing more so you can hurry and contact After the Races to schedule an appointment to meet her! (Posted May 2020)

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Crazy Wild Bill

ADOPTED...Thank You!

Crazy Wild Bill does not live up to his name, thankfully. He is not crazy or wild. He's actually a nice guy. This 2013 guy is not too big, measuring under 16h. He has a great demeanor and loads of potential and is retiring sound. To meet him in person, contact our friends at After the races. (Posted May 2020)

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Dajem

ADOPTED...Thank You!

Dajem is a jem! This 4 year old mare stands about 15.2h and is by Flatter. The beautiful gal had surgery to remove chips from her knees. The surgeon said, "I think she will do well. Very sweet little mare looks like she might make a nice eventer!" She has already had over a month and half off since surgery and should be ready to go soon. This picture does her no justice...trust us that she's very pretty or you can check her out on After the Races' website and make arrangements to meet her! (Posted May 2020)

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Able

ADOPTED...Thank You!
Able is a well-bred, very handsome 16h gelding. Though he does look like a million bucks, he toes in which led to him having a sesamoid fracture in the past. That fracture has completely healed and he even went back into training afterwards. His owner/breeder loves him so much that his confirmation worried her for the high physical demands of racing, so she actually retired him before he ever made it to his first race. His confirmation should not limit him for anything other than racing and upper level eventing. We think he is going to make a wonderful horse for almost anyone. If you are interested in the flashy guy, contact MidAtlantic Horse Rescue. (Posted April 2020)

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Playboy Skoal

Adopted...Thank You!

Playboy Skoal is a sound gelding that retired because he just wasn't making it as a racehorse and his owner unfortunately passed away. We think he's going to make an awesome prospect for almost any discipline. Oh...did we mention he is also extremely sweet? Contact After the Races for more information. (Posted April 2020)

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Free To Trump

ADOPTED...Thank You!

Free To Trump is a kind, 16h, 2015 gelding that had a condylar fracture repaired in March. No hard limitations are anticipated after his recovery. Check out this great fella at After the Races.(Posted April 2020)

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Forty Acres

ADOPTED...Thank You!

Forty Acres is a solidly built, 15.3h gelding. The 6 year old ran 30 times and made almost $115,000. He is retiring with some calcification in his ankle joints so he will most likely be limited from upper level performance but he should be just fine for most activities. We don't think it will take very long for the good looking guy to get adopted so if you're interested, contact Akindale Thoroughbred Rescue soon! (Posted march 2020)

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Angel of Darkness

ADOPTED...Thank You.

Angel of Darkness is estimated to stand 15.2 hand and was foaled in 2017. This gal just wasn't making a racehorse. Her trainer is well respected for the way she kindly and consistently handles her horses so we know this girl has had a good start. She will need a month off and then she is ready to get back to work in the discipline of your choice. Meet her at Akindale Thoroughbred Rescue's NY location. (Posted March 2020)

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Kid Jeter

ADOPTED...Thank You!

Kid Jeter is a favorite of this poster. This poor guy took a long time to place because he had a sesamoid fracture. We have seen a number of horses with this injury go on to have very successful second careers. He is not going to be an eventer but there is no reason to think he won't make a fantastic pleasure horse or low-mid level show horse. He has been sound since we first saw him in August of 2019 and had a full year off. Racing all over the east coast this hard-knocking horse made over $105,000. This guy was a barn favorite with personality and a good work ethic. I truly believe someone is going to luck out with him. Meet this catch at MidAtlantic Horse Rescue. (Posted March 2020)

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Nola Moon

ADOPTED...Thank You!

Nola Moon is a sweet, petite 15.1+, 2013 mare that is looking for her person. This lady retired with a little "roughness" in he ankles. Per our much trusted vet, she should be fine with just another 30days off. We anticipate her being fine for most disciplines that are less physically stressful than racing. This pleasure horse, show horse, lessons etc. She's your lady! Meet her at the Foxie G Foundation to see if you click...we think you will! (Posted March 2020).

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Trump Change

ADOPTED...Thank You and keep checking here for your next partner!

Trump Change is a 2016, 16h gelding that is retiring completely sound. This guy is going to be a real stunner with a little weight. He was very well behaved for his evaluation and should excel at most disciplines. Meet this great gentleman at After the Races. (Posted March 2020).

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Irish Ditty

ADOPTED...Thank You!

Irish Ditty has a great reputation in her racing barn. Everyone said the 2017, petite filly is lovely to work around and ride. She will need a little time off for a cracked shin but she is expected to heal completely in a few months and have no limitations. You can meet her with our friends at After the Races. (Posted march 2020).

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Bovary

ADOPTED...Thank You!

Bovary is a very lightly raced 2016 filly. She only ran twice and didn't show an inclination towards being a racehorse. The lovely, 16h filly is retiring sound and we know she'll excel in another discipline. Does this beauty look like the blank-slate, partner for you? Meet her to find out at After the Races. (Posted March 2020).

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Trafficplan

ADOPTED...Thank You!

Trafficplan is a sound, big gal looking for her person. She has a great work ethic but wasn't the fastest racehorse...she did win two races, though! She is very kind so don't believe the hype about chestnut mares and meet her in person at After the Races. We're sure you'll fall in love! (Posted March 2020)

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Mid Ocean

ADOPTED...Thank You!

Mid Ocean is a really nice 2012 gelding by Mineshaft. Standing 16.1h, he's an all around great horse. He has some mild arthritis in his ankles so his owner and trainer did the right thing and retired him in excellent condition. He may not be an upper level eventer but will be suitable for most riders. He is fairly quiet, especially when he trusts his person. If you are curious about this nice guy contact After the races. (Posted March 2020)

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Just One Not Two

ADOPTED...Thank You!

Just One Not Two was given his apropos name because he only has one eye. He lost it in a pasture accident when he was very young so he is completely used to it. He is a barn favorite and everyone talked about how sensible and kind he is. This 15.3h gelding carries himself bigger than he is. If this super special 3 year old sound like the one for you, contact New Vocation in PA. (Posted March 2020)

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Clockwise

ADOPTED...Thank You!

Clockwise is 3 year old filly by Paddy O'Prado. She currently stands about 15.2h but we're sure she will grow. After only 4 starts, it was evident to her trainer and owner that she just was not going to be a racehorse. She is retiring completely sound. If you would like to meet this flashy lady, contact MidAtlantic Horse Rescue. (Posted 2020)

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Determined Vision

ADOPTED...Thank You!

All we can say is, "wow!" Determined Vision looks like he's straight out of a movie! Standing 17h at the great age of 5, this gentleman is retiring sound and ready to go. He had an avulsion fracture of the left front pastern two years ago which has healed. He ran successfully afterwards. His great trainer didn't want to push it so decided to retire him. He may not compete at the uppermost level, but how many of us will? Check out this unicorn at the Foxie G Foundation. (Posted 2020)

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All About Mike

ADOPTED...Thank You!

All About Mike will get you noticed! This 2014, 16h stand-out Thoroughbred has spots! The spots are vitiligo which is a skin condition where pigment-producing cells aren't working...people get it too. The result is an unusually beautiful horse! Mike had chips taken out of his knee and is just about finished his recovery and will ready to start light work soon. No hard limitations are anticipated after some down time. Meet him at After the Races. (Posted January 2020).

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Never Nevermore

ADOPTED...Thank You!

Never Nevermore is a classy 16h+ gelding by Dance With Ravens. Though he will be limited due to a fractured sesamoid which has healed, he will still be a handsome, eye-catching partner for low level riding for someone. (Posted January 2020)

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Hunca Rock

ADOPTED...Thank You!

Hunca Rock is nice-sized 2014, handsome gelding. He bowed a tendon in the past which has healed. We really like this gentleman and we are sure you will too. He is available to meet at New Vocations in PA. (Posted January 2020)

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Bricktop

ADOPTED...Thank You!

Bricktop is a sound, 2017 gelding that currently stands about 15.2h and will most assuredly grow. He was very well behaved for our evaluation. He is currently located at Akindale Thoroughbred Rescue's SC location...perfect time of year to head South and pick up a great partner! (Posted January 2020)

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It’s A Plane

ADOPTED...Thank You!

It's A Plane is not a bird or Superman but he is a large, 16.3h, sound 2012 gelding that wants to be a superhero to you! He is athletic and reasonable and is retiring because he is just not wanting to be a racehorse anymore. You can have a meet and greet at MidAtlantic Horse Rescue. (Posted January 2020)

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Weekends For Work

ADOPTED...Thank You!

Weekends For Work is a beautiful and petite 2016 filly. She is retiring sound and just needs a new job and a new buddy. if you are looking for a lovely lady to bring along in your discipline, meet her at Akindale Thoroughbred Rescue in New York. (Posted January 2020)

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Leeds Castle

ADOPTED...Thank You!

Leeds Castle is sound horse that is currently 15.1h. As a 2017 filly, she will probably continue to grow a bit. She is a very good-looking girl and may make a polo pony though she has the potential to do well in many areas. Meet her at the Equine Rescue of Aiken. (Posted January 2019)

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Bestkindoftrouble

ADOPTED...Thank You!

Bestkindoftrouble is a larger than life, 2014 handsome gent looking for a new job. He has a partial paralyzed laryngeal flap which should not cause any problems outside of racing and upper level eventing. In addition to being large and handsome (and having a white star that doesn't show in this picture), he also has a very nice demeanor. See for yourself at Akindale Thoroughbred Rescue in NY...he's worth the travel! (Posted January 2020)

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Irishrush

ADOPTED...Thank You!

Irishrush is a 15h lady that is looking for a new job. As you can see, she is a pretty, 2017 filly and is retiring sound. If you are looking for a flashy little lady that is unlimited, this is the one! Meet her at Equine Rescue of Aiken. (Posted January 2020)

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Just Warmin Up

ADOPTED...Thank You!

Just Warmin Up Is a BIG guy...17h to be exact. This giant-sized gentleman had a fractures sesamoid about 2.5 years ago. He has recovered completely and has no limitations per vet. He was recently in race training and his owner decided to retire him because she would rather see him as a show horse now. If you are looking for a big, competitive partner, meet him at After the races. (Posted January 2020)

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Sucina

ADOPTED...Thank You!

Sucina is a petite, sound lady that just isn't making it as a racehorse. She is a 2017 girls so she will still do some growing. She currently measures about 15.1h. We think she has a lot of potential for any discipline. If you are interested in this beauty her out at After the Races. (Posted January 2020)

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Gorbachov

ADOPTED...Thank You!

Gorbachov is a really cool gelding. This 2014 gentleman is by Ghost Zapper and is looking for the best of homes. He is sound but does have osselets that are setting. Our veterinarian said he can walk, trot, canter right now and as soon as they set, which should be in less than a year, he will be good to go for jumping too. If you are looking for an awesome horse to bring along slowly, you will luck out with him. He stands 16h and is very handsome. Meet him in person at After the Races. (Posted December 2019)

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Blazing Reed

ADOPTED...Thank You!

Blazing Reed is a special guy that was much loved by his owner/trainer who was very sad to let him go. By Dance With Ravens, this 15.3 guy is likely to be athletic. He had a chip in his knee which was caught right away and removed before it did any damage. He has no hard limitations. If you are interested in this cool guy, meet him at the Equine Rescue of Aiken in S.C. He is worth traveling for! (Posted December 2019)

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Orient Point

ADOPTED...Thank You!

Orient Point is a 2015 gelding that stands about 15.1h and just can't win his next condition meaning he is not fast enough to win anymore races. He has a small fragment in one ankle which multiple vets agree is not surgical and not bothering him at all. He's a good boy looking for a good home. His picture does not show how cute he really is. Meet him at the Equine Rescue of Aiken to see for yourself. (Posted December 2019)

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Determined Force

ADOPTED...Thank You!

Determined Force is a 15.2h, 2017 gelding. He is sound and just doesn't want to be a racehorse. This guy will probably continue to grow a bit and is a reasonable, blank slate waiting for his new partner. Check him out at the Equine Rescue of Aiken. (Posted December 2019)

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Brooklyn Sardy

ADOPTED...Thank You!

This lovely gentleman is Brooklyn Sardy. HIs is a solidly built 2015 gelding that stands 15.3h...pretty perfect! He is retiring sound and just needs a new career and a loving owner. Have a meet and greet at New Vocations in PA. (Posted November 2019)

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Chocomount

ADOPTED...Thank You!

Chocomount is a lovely, big guy standing 16.2h. He had chips removed from his knee a couple months ago and will need a little more time off. Though he is not suitable too be an upper level horse because of his knee, he will make a great lower level guy with his good looks and nice demeanor. He's going to be thrilled to be someone's partner! Contact the Foxie G Foundation. (Updated January 2020)

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Bahamian Royalty

ADOPTED...Thank You!

Bahamian Royalty is a miniature Black Beauty! She currently stands 15.1h and will grow as she is only 2 years old. Retiring sound, this gal only ran 2 times before her trainer realized she was not cut out to be a racehorse. If you are interested in bringing along a beautiful, sound filly, don't miss out on this one! Located at Akindale in NY and worth the drive! (Posted November 2019)

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Clear Sight

ADOPTED...Thank You and please keep scrolling through our available horses...we're sure you'll find your next buddy here!

Clear Sight is a two year old, sound gelding that was just not fast enough to race. He has a partially paralyzed laryngeal flap which wasn't worth fixing for racing due to his laid back and I'll-Get-There-When-I-Can nature. It will not cause problems for anything outside of racing. If you are looking for a sound, blank slate that is very quiet...on the lazy side eve, this sweet boy is for you! Meet him at New Vocations in PA.

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Little Boy Jim

ADOPTED...Thank You!

Little Boy Jim is a big, sweet 3 year old gelding. He is at least a solid 16.2h. This kind guy bowed a tendon and will need some time off. He should have no hard limitations after recovery but will probably not be suitable for upper level jumping. If you re looking for a big, handsome teddy bear, go meet this fella at MidAtlantic Horse Rescue...trust me when I say this picture does not do him justice (Posted October 2019)

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Bypass

ADOPTED...Thank You!

Bypass is 16.2h gelding. This 3 year old should only walk and trot right now due to a thickened tendon but can resume full work in 2-4 months. He is the whole package and is worth moving slowly with...our shipper was drooling over him! Meet him at After the Races. (Posted October 2019)

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Two Step Sis

ADPOTED...Thank You!

Two Step Sis is BIG, sound and ready to roll. Standing at least 16.2, this lady is still going to grow a bit. She exhausted her conditions (meaning she already won the races she could win at her level), so her great owner/trainer decided to retire her for a new career. She is lightly raced and reasonable. Contact MidAtlantic Horse Rescue to find out more! (Posted October 2019)

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Best Yes

ADOPTED...Thank You!

Best Yes is a 2013 gelding that stands at least 16h. He has some soft tissue soreness in his right front ankle (x-rays were taken and nothing was found) and will just have a little time off. He also had an old condylar fracture which was repaired and causes no problems. After a little time off, he should be good to go for most low to mid level disciplines. Meet this good looking fella at After the Races! (Posted October 2019)

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Bold Hunter

ADOPTED...Thank You!

Bold Hunter is a lovely 16.3h, 4 year old gelding.He checks all of the boxes with great size, good looks and nice a demeanor. Unfortunately, this gentleman sustained a slab fracture of his right knee which we had repaired. After a few months to recover, this big teddy bear should make a great pleasure/ low level show horse. Meet him at the Foxie G Foundation (Posted October 2019)

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L’Overture

ADOPTED...Thank You!

L'Overture is a 2015 gelding that is looking for a new job. This sweet guy is recovering from a bowed tendon and should recover with no hard limitations. Meet him in person at MidAtlantic Horse Rescue...he's a great all around guy! (Posted October 2019)

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Roman Fable

ADOPTED...Thank You!

Roman Fable is a handsome 2016 gelding by Kentucky Derby runner Tale of Ekati. He has a splint on his left front leg which is healing but no big deal. He will have a little time off and be available for adoption shortly. He will probably not make an upper level horse due to some wear and tear in his right front ankle (no fractures) but he will be a fantastic low-mid level prospect for any reasonably skilled rider. (Posted October 2019)

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Glad Dad

ADOPTED...Thank You!

Glad Dad is a sweet, 16h+ gelding by Fresian Fire. This kind gentleman just had chips removed from his left knee. Luckily, they were in the upper joint which, as the surgeon said, "is very forgiving." He will need a few months off and should go on to have a second career with no hard limitations. If you'd like to meet this good all-arounder, contact After the Races. (Posted October 2019)

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She’s Got Sugar

ADOPTED...Thank You!

She's Got Sugar is an all around fantastic horse! Gorgeous, sweet and should have no hard limitations in her future. She did just have chips taken out of a couple joints but the doctor said her prognosis is excellent. The ladies at Akindale Thoroughbred Rescue are already in love with her. If you think she is your next equine partner, go meet her in NY! (Posted October 2019)

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She Be Sassy

RETIRED Permanently at Akindale Thoroughbred Rescue

She Be Sassy is a lovely mare that is retiring at the age of 7. The beautiful lady stands at least 16h...maybe more. She is athletic and ready to start a new career. We think the sky is the limit with this sweetheart. Have a meet and greet and with her in person at Akindale Thoroughbred Rescue. She is currently at their NY location but may move to their SC location. She is worth traveling for! (Posted October 2019)

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Jump Into Love

ADOPTED...Thank You!

Jump Into Love is going to be someone's perfect love! This sweet girls is about 15h and is 4 years old...she has great stats for a new career! She had swelling in her suspensory and needed a little time off. A scan confirmed there was no hole or tear but the owner felt that she wasn't interested in being a racehorse anyway so he took the opportunity to retire her. His loss could be your gain! Meet her at Akindale Thoroughbred Rescue in NY...she's ready to go. (Posted September 2019)

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Temple Sky

ADOPTED! Thank You!

Temple Sky is a little beauty that is retiring sound. She wasn't hitting the board enough so her owner/trainer decided to let her find a new career. If you are in the market for a handy, 5 yr old gal that is nice to handle, check her out! (Posted September 2019)

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Mines of Moria

ADOPTED...Thank You!

Mines of Moria is a beautiful gelding by Mineshaft. His legs are a bit crooked but none of us are perfect, are we? Legs aside, this guy is actually pretty close to perfect. The 3 year old stands 16.1h and has a lovely solid build and an excellent demeanor. He is retiring sound and is available to meet at the Foxie G Foundation. (Posted September 2019)

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That’s My Fella

ADOPTED...Thank You!

Obviously, That's My Fella is a grand looking chap. Standing 16.1h+, this grey gelding is 5 years old and very playful. He enjoys his farm time and was not cut out to be a racehorse. He is currently having a few months off for a suspected humeral stress fracture and should heal without limitation. If you are interested in Mr. Handsome, contacted After the Races. (Posted September 2019)

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Sofranko

ADOPTED...Thank You!

Sofranko is a well built, smaller gelding. He may not be tall but we think he is going to be a mighty partner. He is a 5 yr old, 15.1h guy with a very nice personality. Check out this practically perfect package at Akindale Thoroughbred Rescue's SC location. (Posted September 2019)

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Stomp Dance

ADOPTED...Thank You!

Stomp Dance is a great, handsome guy that is recovering from a slab fracture which was repaired. He will need a few more months off and should then be suitable for most activities. As you can see, he is a 15.3h handsome hunk of a horse. A playful personality, athleticism and a nice build make him a great candidate for someone that is going to show or do low level eventing. (Posted August 2019)

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Turbin

ADOPTED...Thank You for!

Looking for a been-there-done-that character? Turbin is your man! Turbin is not Beyond the Wire's typical horse but he is anything but typical himself. He was adopted into a fox hunting barn and has been out with the hounds. His owner could not keep him so he was returned to his trainer and through a series of events we agreed to help. Turbin is an experienced, kind and sound,15.3h, 9 year old. This picture definitely does not do him justice. To meet this whole package of a horse, make arrangements to get to Like, SC. (Posted August 2019)

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Kresses

ADOPTED...Thank You!

Kresses is a compact, lovely gal. The 4 yr old stands about 15.1h. She is retiring sound and can go on to do most any discipline. She does have some mild changes in her left ankle and knee, so for this reason we would not recommend polo as a career but she will be fine with mid-level jumping, trails etc...meaning she will be fine for most of us! See this beauty in Aiken SC! (Posted August 2019)

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Leighla

Thank You!

Leighla is a tall, beautiful all around good lady. She measures 16.1h, has a white stripe on her face and is retiring sound due to slowness. She can go on to do anything. If a 4 year old, sweet bay beauty is what you are looking for, look no further! She is located in Aiken, SC but what horses person doesn't want to check out Aiken? Now is your change to see beautiful horse country and come home with a beautiful horse. (Posted August 2019)

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Ohhowilovetheraces

ADOPTED! Thank You!

Ohhowilovetheraces did not love the races only running twice and finishing in the back of the pack both times. This 16h, 3 yr old leggy lady is retiring sound and ready for her new career. She is laid back, unlimited and pretty. You can meet her at After the Races. (Posted August 2019)

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Seekthefairland

ADOPTED...Thank You!

Seekthefairland is a 15.1h filly by the fantastic Giant's Causeway. She is 3 years old and is recovering from a sesamoid injury. If a petite, well-bred filly is the type for you, you definitely need to check this gal out. She is located at the Foxie G Foundation. (Posted August 2019)

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Union Blues

ADOPTED...Thank You!

Union Blues is a classy Stakes Placed, 2014, 16h barn favorite. He has a great work ethic as evidenced by his successful racing career. This gentleman had chips taken out of his right front knee and will make a great partner on the flat...the vets do not feel that jumping is in his best interest. If you want an appreciative partner for dressage etc that you can brag about, this is the horse for you. (Posted August 2019)

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Necessary Drama

ADOPTED...Thank You!

Necessary Drama is a sound, petite horse that is retiring after only 8 starts and one win. She was just too slow to be a successful racehorse. At 3 years old, she is a healthy, kind blank slate waiting for her new person. Check her out at Akindale Thoroughbred Rescue in NY...we can see her playing polo! (Posted August 2019)

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Glory Hound

ADOPTED...Thank You!

You gotta love the name...Glory Hound. If you are seeking to win at shows or just win at having the most fun...he's your guy. His name and his demeanor say so. Glory Hound is retiring sound because he is out of conditions meaning there are no suitable races left for him to win at his level. He measures 16+ and is a 2014 gelding. Meet this handsome fellow, that has a white stripe down his face, at MidAtlantic Horse Rescue. (Posted August 2019)

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Shoot the Gap

ADOPTED...Thank You and please check out our other wonderful horses!

Shoot the Gap is a handsome, sound 2014 gelding by Gemologist. He stands 16h and retired because he just didn't feel like being a racehorse anymore. He has unlimited potential and was even recently schooled by well known event rider, Sally Shirley. To get more information on this gentleman, contact MidAtlantic Horse Rescue. (Posted August 2019)

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Broken Hobbles

ADOPTED...Thank You!

Broken Hobbles is a lightly raced, 3 yr old, cool little package. She may only measure 15h but she has a solid build. After running 6 times and never hitting the board, it was evident that running wasn't her thing. We can see her being a great show hunter or foxhunter but she could do almost anything. To meet her, contact After the Races. (Posted July 2019)

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Full of Drama

ADOPTED...Thank you!

Full of Drama is a 15.3h lady that seems bigger than she is. This beauty is sound and ready to move on to another career. At 4 years old, we can't find any down sounds to her. If she looks like she night be your next athletic buddy, contact After the Races to make the partnership happen. (Posted August 2019)

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Apolodorodedamasco

ADOPTED...Thank You!

Apolodorodedamasco is a 16.1h 2014 gelding. This tall drink of water, was kind and quiet for evaluation and his picture definitely does not do him justice. He has some soft tissue inflammation in his ankle so he will be turned out for another 30 days. X-rays were taken and there are no bone issues. Someone is going to end up with a very handsome, sweet gentleman. Go meet his at MidAtlantic Horse Rescue. (Posted August 2019).

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Donna’s Delight

ADOPTED by a repeat adopter before she actually even set foot at Akindale!

The petite but solid Donna's Delight is a 2015 filly that stands 15h. This gal is retiring sound and can go on to do anything. If you are interested in meeting her check her out in NY at Akindale Thoroughbred Rescue. (Posted July 2019)

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O/O It’s My Honor

ADOPTED...Thank You!

This un-named filly is out of It's My Honor. She is only 2 years old and has never run. She developed a chip in her knee and Beyond the Wire had it removed. After recovery, no limitations are anticipated. This is a great chance to own a beautiful, kind, fairly blank slate! Get more information from the Foxie G Foundation. (Posted July 2019)

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Boot Leg

ADOPTED! Thank You!

Boot Leg is an unraced 2016 gelding that wanted to do something besides be a racehorse. This extremely cute, 16h guy can be see at New Vocations in OH. Here is your chance to have a great horse, that has some training under his belt that is ready to start off in almost any discipline. (Posted July 2019)

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Crookit

ADOPTED...Thank You!

Crookit is a 2013, 16h mare that is going to offer someone a wonderful partnership. The daughter of Louis Quatorze ran 34 times and made close to $120,000...this is a lady with a great work ethic that is ready to roll. Meet her in person at New Vocations in OH. (Posted July 2019)

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Tianita

ADOPTED...Thank You!

Tianita is a beautiful 7 yr old mare that stands a good 16.2h. This solid looker needs some time off for a bowed tendon but she be able to p[articipate in almost any discipline after her rehabilitation is complete. Tianita is most certainly with the wait. Visit her at New Vocations in PA. (Posted April 2019)

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Aussie Prayer

ADOPTED...Thank You!

Aussie Prayer is a beautiful mare that was a successful racehorse having made over $215,000. She did bow a tendon and will need some time off, but this classy 15.3h+ mare is certainly worth the wait. She will be available at New Vocation in PA after some recovery time. We can't wait to see what she'll do in her new career! (Posted July 2019)

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Jane’s Brew

ADOPTED...Thank You!

Jane's Brew is a solid, lovely lady. She is a 4 year old mare that will be having surgery to have chips removed from her knees. After recovery, no hard limitations are anticipated. A sweet demeanor and a height of 15.3h height makes her a good all around partner. Contact MidAtlantic Horse Rescue for more information and to meet her. (Posted July 2019)

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Reds Winning Call

ADOPTED...Thank You!

Reds Winning Call is a handsome, barn favorite. He has a very kind, laid back demeanor. Our Program Administrator got a horse herself from this trainer and the barn foreman said, "this horse is nicer than the one you got!" That is saying something! He has a bowed tendon and will need some time to recover. After his tendon has healed, no hard limitations are anticipated. (Posted June 2019)

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Buffgirl

ADOPTED...Thank You!

Buffgirl is an absolute beauty. After racing, she was a broodmare. Unfortunately, she had a tendency to colic when she was pregnant so after a surgery her owner decided not to breed her again. She is now up for her 3rd career. This lady retired from racing sound and has know known injuries. She will have a thorough veterinarian evaluation before going back into training. Meet this bay beauty at the Foxie G Foundation. (Posted June 2019)

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Pleiadian

ADOPTED...Thank You!

Pleiadian better known as P-Money as around the track, is one handsome and athletic guy. His racing owner bought him back from his last connections just to retire him. The athlete made over $375,000 during his racing career and has a lovely personality. A vet here at the track was pleasantly surprised with how good they looked. He has had a long career as he was born in 2010. He has some minor swelling before he left the track and will have a month off but no hard limitations are anticipated. Check him out at After the Races. (Posted May 2019)

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Astro Pop Kid

ADOPTED...Thank You!

As you cans see, Astro Pop Kid is an eye catching guy! You don't see too many gray roans but we have one available! We wish we could've gotten a better picture but you can tell how cute he is. The sweet 2016 gelding is by Lemon Drop Kid. unfortunately, he bowed a tendon and will need 6 month off. Keep him on your radar and check in with MidAtlantic Horse Rescue if you're interested...and who wouldn't be? (Posted June 2019)

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Nexus Unbridled

ADOPTED...Thank You!

Nexus Unbridled is a 7 year old gelding that is waiting for his new job and his new person. He had an old condylar fracture repaired which is healed and causes no limitations. He does have some skin disease currently which will be taken care of. Go see this cute, friendly chestnut at the Foxie G Foundation. He's pretty much ready to go!

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Ghost Bay

ADOPTED...Thank You!

Ghost Bay is a really cool character! This stakes winning gentleman measures about 15.3h and is all class. He bowed his left front tendon and will need close to a year off. Once rehabbed, he should be suitable for most lower-mid-level activities. Here is your chance to partner with a class act by Ghostzapper. Located at MidAtlantic Horse Rescue (posted June 2019)

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Belle N Tonic

ADOPTED...Thank You!

Belle N Tonic is a wonderful filly loved by all who meet her. Her vet at the track was particularly fond of her and commented on what a nice mover she and what a great disposition she has. "Belle" also has white on her face which adds to her attractiveness. She is 4 years old and currently stands about 15.2h and may continue to grow a bit. Unfortunately, she sustained a condylar fracture which was repaired at New Bolton Center. Her prognosis is good for almost all low level disciplines. She is currently recovering and will be available after rehab at the Foxie G Foundation. (Posted June 2019)

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Kissandsaygoodbye

ADOPTED...Thank You!

Kissandsaygoodbye is a big 16.2h, 2016 filly. This gorgeous lady would make a flashy jumper...or a flashy anything! Don't let that old wives tale about chestnut filly keep you from missing out on this beautiful, sound gal. See her for yourself at the Equine Rescue of Aiken. (Posted June 2019).

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Punch Your Brother

ADOPTED...Thank You!

Punch Your Brother is a well put together 4 year old. He just had chips taken out of the upper joints of both knees. Though no hard limitations are anticipated, we don't think he'll make a big jumper...how many of us truly need that anyway? Go see him at After the Races and see if he's the guy for you! (Posted June 2019)

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No Name (By Lookin’ at Lucky)

ADOPTED...Thank You!

This young guy has yet to be named. He is by Lookin' At Lucky and currently stands 15.3h. No Name is retiring sound but really needed some more time to grow up physically. His owner/breeder Olympian Bode Miller, felt that even with time, he probably was never going to be very competitive on the track. His loss is your gain! This gelding has plenty of chrome and will probably grow some more. Check him out at the Foxie G Foundation. (Posted June 2019)

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Knit Wit

ADOPTED...Thank You!

Knit Wit is a lady that deserves a sweeter name! This 15.3h chestnut filly is only 3 years old and may well grow a bit. She retired due to inflammation in her left front knee. NO fractures etc were found even with a bone scan. With a little time off, this gal is going to be golden! Meet her at the Equine Rescue of Aiken. (Posted June 2019)

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Patriot Saint

ADOPTED...Thank Your!

Patriot Saint is an all around great guy. Hi is 16h and has a kind personality. He has no hard limitations though he was having some minor lameness issues in his left hind leg. He has been thoroughly evaluated and x-ray'd and the vets believe he probably just had some soft tissue soreness that will resolve with a month or so off. He was sound for evaluation. This guy really is quite a catch! Meet him at the Equine Rescue of Aiken in S.C.(Posted June 2019)

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Canal Point

ADOPTED...Thank You!

Canal Point is a sound 16.1h gentleman that is retiring because he was just too slow. This guy is fantastic! He is handsome, solidly built, has a nice demeanor and is ready to roll with no known issues. What more could you ask for? Check him out at Akindale Thoroughbred's VA location! (Posted June 2019)

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Sister Says

ADOPTED...Thank You!

Sister Says might be on the smaller side but she is definitely mighty. A very talented and athletic mare, as evidenced by her Stakes Placed designation, Sister Says is lovely to rider per her exercise rider. Unfortunately, she bowed a tendon and will need a few more months off but once her rehab is complete she is going to make someone a lovely horse. To meet her in person, contact MidAtlantic Horse Rescue (Posted May 2019).

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Steve’s Queen

ADOPTED...Thank You and keep scrolling to find your next horse!

Steve's Queen is a 3 yr old filly. Her height is estimated to be 16h and we think she's a looker! "Queenie" currently has sore shins so she is having time off. She is anticipated to recover with no limitations. If she catches your eye, meet her at MidAtlantic Horse Rescue. (Posted May 2019)

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Genie Quatorze

ADOPTED...Thank You!

Genie Quatorze is a beautiful 4 year old mare by Louis Quatorze. Genie measures 15.3-16h, has a very solid build and is retiring sound. Bred and trained by the same family, this girl is really a pet that loves people. She could do anything but we think she'd make an especially nice hunter. She is located at Akindale Thoroughbred Rescue's S.C. location. (Posted May 2019)

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Princess Dee

ADOPTED! Thank You!

Princess Dee is retiring sound. She is a sweetheart that just wasn't very fast. A compact solid build and pleasant demeanor are two of many good qualities she has. If you would like to meet this 3 year old darling in person, contact MidAtlantic Horse Rescue. (Posted May 2019)

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Desire to Run

ADOPTED...Thank You!

Desire to Run is a sound, beautiful 3 year old filly. Her name certainly does not suit her...she did not have a desire to run so she was retired after only 3 starts. This personable gal is going to make a stellar partner for someone that is comfortable bringing along a young horse. You couldn't ask for a sweeter horse and we believe her athleticism is going to grow as she does. Check out this beauty at After the Races. (Posted May 2019)

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Trion Wings

ADOPTED...Thank You!

Trion Wings is a very handsome guy as you can see. He currently measures about 15.3h but at 3 years old, he is very likely to grow more. He is also still a colt but will be gelded before adoption. Keep him on your radar...he is going to need a few months of recovery time as he just had chips removed from both knees, but the good news is the surgeon said the joints are in good condition. Trion Wings may be slightly limited, but for most of us non-Olympic riders, it shouldn't matter! Meet him in person at After the Races. (Posted April 2019)

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