One thing you can bank on is that this solid chap has many stories to tell if only he could talk. He last raced back in 2004 and somehow found himself in the New Holland sale bound for slaughter.
by Lisa Molloy Since moving from Kentucky to Virginia Beach in July, I hit the ground running and have not stopped. Working in partnership with highly respected charities ReRun and Akindale Thoroughbred Rescue and with an open door policy for The Exceller Fund, I opened a new facility close to the Virginia/North Carolina state line that is a showcase for retired Thoroughbreds looking for second careers and new lives away from the track, all made available by nationally recognized charities
Lisa Molloy – ReRun Inc/Akindale Thoroughbred Rescue So many times over the years, I’ve been contacted by prospective adopters that have had a slew of questions, many originating from fables told around the barn about what it’s like to own an off track Thoroughbred. While I always try my best to alleviate any concerns, I also like to be pragmatic and make sure any adopter is realistic in their expectations of what owning, riding and caring for a Thoroughbred entails
Friday, August 31 2012 by Editor
By Lisa Molloy/ReRun Horse Adoption The much awaited Mid Atlantic location for ReRun Horse Adoption and Akindale Thoroughbred Rescue is now up and running and already placing horses in loving pre-approved adoptive homes. Both registered charities operate out of the same location and each has their own application process