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  • Looking for information on the horse "Stranglehold". Anyone out here seen him? PM me if you have any information.



    • Tom Archdeacon, Grey gelding, (from Arlington) lives with me in Texas.



      • I have a few to add.

        I leased this guy last year. He's now in Parker, CO being used as a school horse. He taught my SO to ride

        I had this one in NC as a training horse. He is being used as a hunter/jumper. I do know his current owner. He has a forever home there.
        Fils Du Reverdy (Revy)- 1993 Selle Francais Gelding
        My equine soulmate
        Mischief Managed (Tully)- JC Priceless Jewel 2002 TB Gelding


        • Stranglehold

          Hey Beowulf, I had Stranglehold as a youngster when I was an AT at Finger Lakes. He was a cute little shit with a ton of personality. He then went to a young man on the track whose mom is a trainer at Finger Lakes and he adored him. I hope this means that you have him!


          • Mistyledo

            My recently acquired 6yr old OTTB is Mistyledo from Slewledo and Misty Leader. She and my 15 yr are beginning eventing... She has the best form and temperment!!!


            • I don't know this mare, but I own her 2002 filly by APHA E Z Awesome. Her name is One Awsome Girl; black tobiano. I would also love to find more information on Ona's Girl and if she is still around. Small world!


              • Originally posted by foundationmare View Post
                Hey Beowulf, I had Stranglehold as a youngster when I was an AT at Finger Lakes. He was a cute little shit with a ton of personality. He then went to a young man on the track whose mom is a trainer at Finger Lakes and he adored him. I hope this means that you have him!
                wow, I can't believe I never saw this. No... I actually had his half-brother (same dam) and absolutely loved him - he was a cute little shit too with a jump that could blow most horses out of the water. Lost him in 2012 to what we assume was a lightning strike. If Stranglehold ever needs a home I would give him one, as from what you described he sounds like my late guy to a T.

                On that note... if anyone knows where this mare is (MIDNIGHT ABBEY) I'd like to know:
                AETERNUM VALE, INVICTUS - 7/10/2012


                • Man if I tried to type out all the horses I worked with, I wouldn't have any fingers left lol.


                  • I recently acquired a horse through the CANTER IL trainer listings. The people I got him from at the track have been wonderful, but didn't have him for all that long. I would love to know if anybody else knew him in his past life. His registered name is Imhereforagoodtime (which we will be keeping as a show name). He's a son of Flashy Bull out of an Awesome Again daughter.


                    • In my pasture right now I have -

                      Timpanogos 2000 grey mare raced at Portland Meadows and Grants Pass

                      Sweet Littledarian 2004 bay gelding raced at Portland Meadows.


                      • Haven't read this whole thread, but these are some that were quite special to me when I worked on the track that I've lost track of:

                        Grand Cherokee
                        Rise N Go
                        Dubious Miss

                        If anyone has worked with them at some point or knows where they ended up I would love to hear about it!


                        • Lil Charlie Too

                          I'm sad to report that on 03/24/2016 we were forced to put Charlie down. For the past year we have been fighting worsening leg and hoof problems. Vets, farriers, medicine and treatments carried as far as we could go, but bad days consistently began to outnumber the good ones.

                          Even as his legs/mobility failed him, his HUGE loving heart never showed his pain. When he was able to walk he would follow you around the pasture and walk up behind you and lay his head on your shoulder to snuggle. Of course, he always let out a large exhale as his nose passed your ear prior to resting his head on your shoulder. This was really funny when someone like my wife that wasn't used to him was in the pasture.

                          As we cared for him, there were the days that he could not walk and he would just lay in the pasture. Some times I would go and lay there by him. He would always move himself over so that he could somehow rest his head on me.

                          With all the horses I've been around, I've never seen one like Charlie and doubt I ever will again. We will never forget his smiles and big heart.

                          Now he can run without pain - R.I.P. Charlie (Lil Charlie Too)


                          • I am lucky to have Illustrious Kiss 2002, (Kissin Kris - Illustrious Home) as my BN eventer, hunter pace partner, and overall great guy. He's everything I had ever built up in my mind of what a TB should be.