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Ack! Large Group of TB's (some w/Foals) need homes ASAP

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  • Ack! Large Group of TB's (some w/Foals) need homes ASAP

    Info can be found here


    and here

    http://forums.delphiforums.com/alexb...es?msg=48566.1 (post #5 gives some bloodline info)

    Looking for safe loving homes - urgent!

  • #2
    Both links require a sign in. Can you give some information here? Any links to pictures or pedigree information that doesn't need a sign-in?

    Clowns to the Left or me Jokers to the Right...here I am...stuck in the middle


    • #3
      There's a thread on Giveaways with a lot more information about these horses.
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      • #4
        Copied and pasted from FB:

        I have been contacted about a Group of horses that are scheduled to be shipped to Camelot Auction for tomorrow night. We are trying a last-ditch effort to drum up homes before this happens. Right now, they are FREE and clean of infectious diseases, etc. These foals do not need to be subjected to the Sale routine--you KNOW they will get sick.

        Donald Jones of Wesstown, Orange Cty, NJ has 27 thoroughbreds -

        ~7 mares with foals by their sides

        ~7 open mares

        ~1 mare which is bred to a Section A Welsh Pony stallion for a 2011 pony foal.

        ~4 Yearling colts

        ~1 22 yr old Stallion

        Mr. Jones has committed to keeping the 22 yr old stallion and has someone who will take the 4 yearlings in August, so their needs are not as immediate. He has found housing for these 5, but cannot take them all.

        **BUT, the dealer is coming between 6 a.m. - 7 a.m. tomorrorow a.m. (Weds) , to pick them up for tomorrow night's sale.

        NEEDED ARE Comittments - homes and hauling - NOW.

        The owner has been trying for months to sell and give away these horses and is frustrated. He needs to vacate the facility he is at, and his hands are tied. He called with a final plea, for homes for these horses.

        If you can make a solid commitment and offer a real home, please call him ASAP. Donald Jones 845-591-7697. Horses are in Westtown, Orange County, NY. No frivolous calls please, do not harass him. He's trying to do the right thing, he wants homes for his horses and does not need hassling, he needs help, for the horses.

        Additional, Individual Info on the mares - -

        48566.10 in reply to 48566.5

        ~Andover Ally – 1990, colt 5/16 papers misplaced, foals are registerable

        ~Call Your Bid 1996 – 5/9 filly papers

        ~Celestial Touch 2001 – 4/8 colt papers

        ~Midnight Service 2005 – 4/20 filly yes papers

        ~Star Valley 2003 – 5/1 filly yes papers

        ~TC Blue Eyes 2002 – 5/20 colt - papers not readily available

        ~Peaceful Dawn 2002 – 5/10 colt didn't know if he had papers or not, but registerable colt.

        ~Looney Moon 1991 – lost her colt, she’s open yes papers

        ~Unreg. 2002 TB mare, petite dapple grey, nicely built, in foal to Welsh

        ~1990 Seattle Slew Mare, bred, but not checked - papers

        ~1990 Slew five Oh – not reproductively sound - papers

        ~Elegant Angel – sound, cribber, only one of the bunch 1999. Potential for riding horse. Uncomplicated.16H Big boned, nice mare. Papers might be at racing office, but not in his possession. Foals are registerable.

        ~3 mares with hind end issues – (1) 1991 Janitrix, (2)1996 Noble Satin Doll, (3) 1992 (didn’t get the name, cell dropped the call). He said they are not riding candidates - companion only or broodmares. One is a stakes producer, one has an incredible family. Cannot be field kept, will need TLC. No papers in hand at this time, but all foals can be registered.

        The others are spoken for.


        Andover Aly- by Alysheba out of Lively Living. KY Bred mare. 12 starts, uplaced.

        Call Your Bid by Spectacular Bid out of Calling Distance. NY Bred mare. http://www.pedigreequery.com/call+your+bid

        Celestial Touch by Montbrook out of Cupid’s Touch. Florida bred mare Unraced.... See More


        Midnight Service by Service Stripe out of Midnight Train. NJ bred mare


        Star Valley by Peaks and Valleys out of Last Moon. KY bred mare http://www.pedigreequery.com/star+valley4

        T.C. Blue Eyes by Honor Grades out of Make Yourself Go. KY bred mare 9 starts.

        Elegant Angel by Husband out of Ackvantinta (SWE) NY bred mare. 2 starts, unplaced.


        Jantrix by Claramount out of Broom Boss. NY bred. 30 starts, winner.

        Couldn't get info on a few, may be incorrect spelling or something with the names.

        From a layman's POV, there are some interesting bloodlines here. One of the other posts mentions that there are mares by Alysheba, Ogygian & Vicar. The latter two have some nice sport descendants.
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