Oceans Finer, newly named Chance, is a thoroughbred gelding recovering from a really rough few months. Chance, (who won his last race as a racehorse), along with 3 other horses were sold by their owner/breeder at a slaughter sale in Louisiana. These horses along with others were purchased by a killer buyer. After several days they made their way to the holding pens of Eagle Pass on the Texas Mexico border to await their entry into Mexico for slaughter processing.
Yeah Me Do, winning in California for owners Roy and Sue Andolfo On February 19, 1983 a grey colt by Macarther Park was born to California racehorse breeders Roy and Sue Andolfo. These long time horse racing owners had high hopes fo... Read Post
This is my proposal for keeping our thoroughbred racehorses out of the human food chain. I am going about it from a different angle. Of course I do not want our horses to go through the horrendous journey to slaughter, but I also do... Read Post
My observations on harness race horse names the other day got me thinking...In 2006, former $5,000 claimer Stringtown Wonder won 12 races for owner/trainer Robert Seeger, and thus earned his title as Pennsylvania Thoroughbred Horsem... Read Post