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  • Free TBs Need Homes in Ohio

    This was forwarded along to me from a dog rescue contact. I'm in FL and frankly, there are plenty of rescue TBs in this neck of the woods needing homes but wanted to put this out there for those of you in that area.

    Wish I had more info to pass on but what is below is exactly what I got.


    A barn full of 52 horses will go to Sugarcreek on Saturday if they are left.
    Gentleman died and his son wants nothing to with them

    Most broodmares are broke and some are in foal.
    weanling, yearlings,two yrs, and 3 yr old most are gelded - he was a vet -- NONE broke and very lightly handled

    Free and papered if they can find them you can have them.
    Friend of the deceased gentleman is trying to find them all homes 440-463-4288

    Barnesville,oh
    The rebel in the grey shirt

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    I'm bringing home 2

    Doc was my vet more than 30 years ago and I had bought two horses from him almost as long ago and also bred a mare to one of his stallions. All 3 of them were quality animals with great dispositions. So Kyle & I made the 2 hour road trip to check them out. It was like going into a puppy pen & trying to pick one out. They were all over us checking us out.

    They are all in good condition an nicely put together with good bone but you have to look past the FUR and dreadlocks! We finally made our choices by looking at their feet because we have had our share of problems with TB feet and thought that was the best place to start. It appeared that they haven't seen a farrier in quite some time. Kyle picked out a filly that had well balanced, evenly worn feet with HEEL!! He also observed her in the herd and liked her attitude. She also turned out the be out of the mare that the gal I spoke with and found out that the mare had won 12 races out of 74 starts so we figured that she had to be an athlete with heart and had to be pretty sound!

    I found a colt that had pretty good feet as well. He is out of a French Legionnaire mare and I know that there are some upper level event horses with that breeding. But it seemed that every time I turned around I would see that face with the very distinct whorl right between his eyes

    The only problem is I have to pick them up before Sat and we currently are having an ice storm. Keep your fingers crossed that it is an uneventful trip. I'm not looking forward to shipping two unbroke 3 year olds who have never been off the farm before!

    BTW, they were down to 25 horses needing homes and numerous people were schedule to come yesterday & they have been getting countless phone calls. The poor barn manager who had been there for more than 30 years is a bit overwhelmed.

    I feel so badly that Doc's son chose to disperse his father's life's work in such a way and I'm happy I was able to give two of these horses a home.

    There is a lesson here for all of us to make provisions for all of our animals in our wills!

    Jackie

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    • #3
      Funny that you should say that Jackie - - I was planning to "alot" a sum of money out of my "life insurance" to go towards the upkeep of my OTTB gelding in the event that something ever happens to me!

      My hubby is not a "horse person" - - but I know he would do the right thing - - cause he knows I would haunt him all the way to hell and back if he didn't lol!

      But -- it's always nice to have it in writing - - not only that my horses should go to "so and so" - - but that there are also funds somewhere to help make sure they are taken care of.

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      • #4
        The network today has all of them adopted.

        Nancy
        www.canterusa.org

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        • #5
          Originally posted by NMK View Post
          The network today has all of them adopted.

          Nancy
          OMG!!! That is THE-COOLEST-THING I've ever heard. AMAZING. Great great work, you guys.

          Be careful in this weather! It is dumping here, you must be buried!
          Proud and achy member of the Eventing Grannies clique.

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          • #6
            Thanks for the update Nancy I thought they were going to be able to get it done. That keeps me from bring an extra one home Dave has already given them barn names: Jack & Jill

            I of course have Jack. But I don't mind, the last Jack that I had was Vijack who took me around Rolex when they still ran a **

            Kyle's filly is going to need a new show name, her's is Ohio Rocket. I just don't want he living up to her name. She's by Colony Key out of Ask for the Stars, we're thinking Key to the Stars or Reach for the Stars. We'll see. I can't locate a name for my guy on pedigree query. Maybe I can ask Bob after things settle down. He's also by Colony Key out of Super Legionnaire. Any suggestions?

            Jackie

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            • #7
              No thanks go to CANTER, there were plenty of OTTB people like JFS stepping in to help. I was going to go today with some other OTTB lovers, but were told they were all adopted. I hope they all got good homes like Jack and Jill.

              Nancy
              www.canterusa.org

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              • #8
                JFS--The mare Super Legionaire (one n) is on Pedigree Query but there is no record of her offspring nor is there any record on there for offspring by Colony Key out of that mare. How old is the colt? Maybe Doc did not get around to sending in JC Papers. Maybe give them a call. I found them helpful over the phone.
                Nancy
                www.canterusa.org

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                • #9
                  He's a three year old so I also wondered if they didn't register him or if it's because his dam never raced? Doesn't really matter, we never registered Gus and at least we know his pedigree. Now the filly, that's a different story in case she ends up being bred some day.

                  Jackie

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                  • #10
                    I never actually asked Dave (husband) if he cared if I brought one home because he's been bugging me a little about selling the ones I have for sale. He called while we were just about to come home to see how they were and I told him that we had the pick of the bunch he said 'aren't you glad you went down early?" Never made a comment about me picking two! Sometimes he surprises me

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                    • Original Poster

                      #11
                      2008 colt?
                      His name is Collinwood Super

                      Here is his pedigree
                      The rebel in the grey shirt

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                        Originally posted by NMK View Post
                        JFS--The mare Super Legionaire (one n) is on Pedigree Query but there is no record of her offspring nor is there any record on there for offspring by Colony Key out of that mare. How old is the colt? Maybe Doc did not get around to sending in JC Papers. Maybe give them a call. I found them helpful over the phone.
                        Nancy

                        Just for future reference, equineline.com has free pedigrees that are much more accurate since their info comes from JC and not from anyone who wants to log in and change it. You cannot search for all offspring of a mare or sire (for free - but you can pay for a report), but you can search by dam and year foaled for free.

                        I found this guy's name by searching for YOB 2008 and Dam Super Legionaire.
                        The rebel in the grey shirt

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                        • #13
                          JFS, I listed a French Legionaire Mare for a lady many moons ago. She was one heck of a nice mover. At that point she was second level and it was soooo easy for her. I can't remember her name but she did come from Dr. Stearn's farm. Good luck with the new babies!
                          RIP Spider Murphy 4/20/02 - 10/31/10

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                          • #14
                            Thanks JWB. It's nice to know his name, although my husband still thinks we should call the pair Jack & Jill

                            Jenarby. That's good to hear. Keeping our fingers crossed. Never did see either of them move.

                            Jackie

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                            • #15
                              Found the mare I advertised for the owner:
                              http://www.pedigreequery.com/chocolate+patti
                              RIP Spider Murphy 4/20/02 - 10/31/10

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                              • #16
                                I like all the Nasrullah blood!!

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                                • #17
                                  TAKE HOME LESSON!here i

                                  TAKE HOME lesson here is for all of us to make provisions for all of of our horses

                                  I agree wholeheartedly!Jackie, I you upi with this info should have known you would be "on top of it"
                                  breeder of Mercury!

                                  remember to enjoy the moment, and take a moment to enjoy and give God the glory for these wonderful horses in our lives.BECAUSE: LIFE is What Happens While Making Other Plans

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                                  • #18
                                    Thx JWB I keep forgetting those are free. I have a brisnet account but race records are still not free there. There have been a lot of phone calls and my e-mail is overflowing about these horses so if any of you hear/get the same, please let them know they have all been adopted. Personally, I am very happy he is getting all these phone calls about Doc's horses.

                                    Nancy
                                    www.canterusa.org

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                                    • #19
                                      JFS good for you

                                      Originally posted by jenarby View Post
                                      JFS, I listed a French Legionaire Mare for a lady many moons ago. She was one heck of a nice mover. At that point she was second level and it was soooo easy for her. I can't remember her name but she did come from Dr. Stearn's farm. Good luck with the new babies!
                                      I have two youngsters (coming 5 and 4) from that mare, Chocolate Patti. I will PM you and send pics -- they are LOVELY. I leased her to give my teenage daughter a dressage education, she ran and tore her back fetlock out in the field, the owner let me keep her to breed - which was MY FIRST thought when I first laid eyes on her!!

                                      The 5 yr old gelding will now be my DD's event horse - she's waited 7 long years without complaining - and wowsa is he worth the wait! The 4 yr old filly from her is drop dead gorgeous, exactly what I wanted from her when I kept her to breed. Had to try twice to get it, but no regrets having two foals from this mare. I did not have the resources to continue breeding her (inventory tends to buildup ).

                                      Someone should contact me -- this mare is a giveaway right now and she is a first time pop easy, very fertile breeder - text book deliveries. Would be a good candidate with frozen.

                                      I posted on another thread about the bloodlines on this farm. Lucky people who got there in this weather and what a crapping shame that they ended up this way. Dr Stearn had nice horses.

                                      I put that photo of her up on pedigreequery. Another picture of mare here http://s272.photobucket.com/albums/j..._0334_0003.jpg
                                      Last edited by pony grandma; Feb. 2, 2011, 02:14 PM.
                                      The cue card kid just held up an empty cue card. For a minute there I thought I had lost my sense of humor. --- Red Skelton

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                                      • #20
                                        wow.... there was a huge facebook chain status for this, so many people all over north america posted this!!!

                                        52 thoroughbred horses need homes. Will go to Sugarcreek this Saturday for slaughter. Gentleman died and his son wants nothing to do with them. Most broodmares are broke and some are in foal weanling, yearlings, 2 yrs and 3 yrs old most are gelded. FREE and papered. Friend of the deceased is trying to find homes 740-463-4288 or 740-463-4288 Barnesville, OH

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                                        However, I have to say that they've found good homes
                                        "The bare necessities of life will come to you." -The Jungle Book

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