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TB's I Have Known - [FB PAGE STARTED w/ Database!!! - update on 1st post]

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  • I thought I'd add...

    Masada (Roscoe the Great)
    Cisco (Win It Back)
    Pirie (Evil Twin)
    Quest (Secretos Lord)


    • Has anyone seen PENNY?
      16.0 hand chestnut TB, Penny would now be about 20. Drizzly star, stripe and snip. Very sweet. She was last know to be at The Galloping Fields Farm in Virginia and taken to HITS Ocala in 2000 and sold to a trainer named Will from Texas. If anyones knows where she is please contact me at [email]kequill@comcast.net or 978-771-9287 or 978-365-5458 . Please see my FB page (Kelly E. Quill) for photos. I just want to know she's okay and if she needs a retirement home I'd be happy to come and get her and bring her home to our farm in Mass. Thanks in advance for any help any of you might be.
      Last edited by Popov; Jan. 15, 2012, 08:27 PM. Reason: added info


      • Precious Jane

        She came into the barn mid-December of last year and I just got around to looking her up. She ran 71 times, soley in PA. Anyone know her? Plain bay, no white, but tiny! I'd remember her if I ever saw her race just because she's so small.
        R.I.P. Eagles Hill. 4/6/00-12/10/11.


        • First, an update on Soul's Comet - she is now out in my pasture and appears to be a true black, rather than her registered color of dark brown/bay. She has gained so much confidence and has taken over as boss mare, lol.

          She has been joined by The Shaughraun :-) Thanks to Mintano for the wonderful photos and stories of this guy.


          • OTTBs in our barn:
            Secret Advice R. N
            Aly's Question
            Jana O'Gaill

            Unraced TBs in our barn:
            Poke Poke
            Catch the Magic
            Hot Babe

            Others we've placed:
            Abby's Waltz
            Oui Ma Cherie
            Icy Ina
            Polish Riddle (aka Major Celebration)
            Bold Engagement
            Annie O

            Those are all current or recent. Now for the older stuff!

            My friend's dad had these when she was growing up:
            Docs Hot Pants
            Spirit Express
            Emerald City Queen
            Shawnee Princess

            And my friend had:
            Neat N Rowdy

            Another friend had:
            Charity Works
            Shall I tell you what I find beautiful about you? You are at your very best when things are worst.


            • Original Poster

              I wanted to bump this thread up to let everyone know that because of this thread, the owner of French Warpaint contacted me!!! I had handled and groomed him for the 1999 Keeneland Sept. Yearling Sale where he was treated like royalty, and sold for $205,000 to Mike Pegram. His new owner got him from a Humane Socioty in Cali. Half starved. People suck sometimes. I'm just so glad that he found a great home, where he is loved and cared for.

              Even though we no longer have our main list going, please everyone continue posting your TBs here, since this thread does show up on Google searches!!!!

              I would love to one day have a huge database of TBs, so that none slip through the cracks. The colt I knew could have easily ended u at some slaughter house somewhere.
              The Equine Wellness and Nutrition FB Group - Come join us!!


              • Anybody know Cover Magic? Big chestnut gelding with a blaze. Raced at Pleasanton and GGF in Calif. Trained by Alex Pacsiev (I know I screwed up that sp!)


                • I recently purchased Kool Kat Harry (renamed Harrington Cat) this past fall.


                  • Red Hattab renamed Wolf Walker from VA lived out his life with me. Born 3/21/89 - Past April 2009. Such a sad day.


                    • Settimo Cielo is at the barn I board at.
                      R.I.P. Eagles Hill. 4/6/00-12/10/11.


                      • I know:

                        R Lady in Blue
                        Handy Dandy Jake
                        Sweetie Baby

                        All in good homes. If any past owners are out there and want updates, feel free to contact me.


                        • I have Capital Flyer - Touch of Grey , bred by Peter Winston raced in Finger Lakes . He can't be beat on the flat , and boy does he tuck those knees.

                          The love of my life the sweetest horse . Derbys Moment - Modest Man bred by Beverely J Feeny NY . Ran out of Finger Lakes . Such a doll baby !


                          • Does anyone remember Mr. York federal?


                            • Has anyone known or ridden Just Plan Partners??
                              Nothing better than an OTTB.... Just Plan Partners,Penny, you have stolen my heart<3



                              • Itsatryst

                                I am wondering if any one knew itsatryst back when he was racing or shortly after he stopped?


                                • Adding

                                  Seneca Falls
                                  Ole Brother
                                  "I would not beleive her if her tongue came notorized"


                                  • I now own Holy Vows (Holy Bull - Final Vows, Halo).
                                    Don't wrassle with a hog. You just get dirty, and the hog likes it.

                                    Collecting Thoroughbreds - tales of a re-rider and some TBs


                                    • Trippedoutofadream.
                                      R.I.P. Eagles Hill. 4/6/00-12/10/11.


                                      • Hip Hop Lover 2003 bay G


                                        • Does anyone know where Buddha Power is?

                                          I tried to buy him, then his trainer changed his mind and he hasn't been seen since. :-(

                                          He was last seen at Delaware Park.
                                          "I am still under the impression there is nothing alive quite so beautiful
                                          as a thoroughbred horse."

                                          -JOHN GALSWORTHY