Did you catch Arrogate’s astonishing win in the $10 million Dubai World Cup on Saturday? Trained by Bob Baffert and ridden by Mike Smith, the colt had a bad break from the gate and started...» Read More!
Some total catches popping up on the west coast this week! All three of these OTTBs are available through CANTER California. Area VI eventers, come and get ’em! Sergeant Peto (Sea of Secrets – Celestial Risk,...» Read More!
The Maker’s Mark Secretariat Center, based at the Kentucky Horse Park, tiers its available OTTBs according to current training and future potential. At the tip-top of the heap are its Legacy Horses: “Legacy Horses are...» Read More!
What’s more fun (and rewarding) than bringing a baby along yourself? You get to install all the buttons just the way you like them, and you can bet the bond formed in early training will...» Read More!
Save the date! If you missed last year’s Hoedown at Hagyard, held the evening of Rolex cross country day just down the road at the Hagyard Equine Medical Institute, you have another shot to attend...» Read More!
CANTER PA just bomb-dropped some serious lookers this week! CANTER PA is based out of Penn National Racecourse but also lists horse at PARX as well as various farms throughout Pennsylvania. We’ve seen some very...» Read More!
I drool a little bit into my computer each week putting together this column, but this week’s batch made me especially weak in the knees. Sanctify’s “look at me” presence, Elusive Talmo’s smart dapples, Keen...» Read More!
This week’s edition of OTTB Wishlist features two special horses available through Thoroughbred Athletes, Inc. Located in Guthrie, OK, their mission is to rehabilitate, retrain, and rehome off track Thoroughbred horses and afford community youth...» Read More!
Do you love your OTTB so much that you’d get matching tattoos? We love this Jockey Club number ink! If you’re in the market of a horse with which to share a tattoo, or just...» Read More!
Did you catch the first blog post by EN’s new “Making It to the Thoroughbred Makeover” blogger Lindsay Gilbert? Lindsay is the owner of Transitions Sport Horses, based in Lexington, Kentucky. She participated in the 2016...» Read More!
All three of this week’s wished-for OTTBs are available through the New Vocations Racehorse Adoption Program, a nonprofit founded in 1992 to offer retiring racehorses a safe-haven, rehabilitation, and continued education through placement in experienced,...» Read More!