Posted by: newvocations | October 2, 2009

Going into Fall

We had a nice September and want to thank everyone who supported our Little Brown Jug Party.  We successfully raised over $50,000 with over 500 people at the event.

In the past, September has been our slowest month for adoptions.  This year has been no exception.  Even though we have had over 7 horses leave this month  (from Marysville) there are so many more needing good homes.  We are looking forward to adopting out more in October.  Anyone looking for a good winter project should definitely keep an eye on our website.  We take great pride in offering the equestrian world with a quality group of Thoroughbreds and Standardbreds at a very affordable adoption fee of $0-$700. 

Also anyone looking for a broodmare prospect should try to adopt sooner rather than later.  Mares coming off the track need time for their bodies adjust and be ready to get in foal.  Breeders who adopt in the fall have a much higher success rate of getting the mares in foal than those who wait till January.  Currently we have 3 mares available, one has already had foals successfully and the other two are maidens.  All three are also riding sound and rather talented.

One of our horses that continues to be over looked is Prime Ticket.  This big gelding came to us in the spring from Keeneland.  He has actually grown an inch since he arrived and has filled out well.  He has been started over fences which he really seems to enjoy.   Prime is a like a little kid in an oversized body.  Definitely take sometime to check him out.




  1. love him looks like he acts like my horse already looks wonderful e-mail me please

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